All the New Features Coming to Super Mario Maker 2

Nintendo recently streamed a direct for Super Mario Maker 2, which was roughly 15 minutes long and took a deep dive into new details about the game. Compared to the first game, which launched in 2015, this sequel appears to be adding a slew of new features and customization options.  One of the most significantContinue reading “All the New Features Coming to Super Mario Maker 2”

Project X Zone Pulled From eShop

Bandai Namco’s crossover strategy RPG, Project X Zone has been pulled from the 3DS eShop. No formal announcement was made, and no explanation was given for the departure of the game; it is simply absent from the store listing. For those who previously purchased the title through the eShop, it is available to redownload fromContinue reading “Project X Zone Pulled From eShop”

Kuru Kuru Kururin Lands on the Wii U eShop

Nintendo has always seemed to lack in terms of presence when it comes to the digital front, but it seems now that they are making strides to rectify this situation. It’s a small step, but Nintendo has confirmed the release of Kuru Kuru Kururin for the North American eShop. This title was previously exclusive toContinue reading “Kuru Kuru Kururin Lands on the Wii U eShop”

BoxBoy Sequel Announced, Launched

A new title developed by the team at HAL Laboratory has managed to sneak its way onto the Japanese eShop today, with minimal fanfare. BoxBoy: One More Box is the creatively titled sequel to last year’s BoxBoy, a minimalist puzzle game developed exclusively for the Nintendo 3DS, and distributed via eShop. The previous title sawContinue reading “BoxBoy Sequel Announced, Launched”