GAME Exclusive: Pokémon Mew 8″ Plush Toy

UK retailer GAME has landed yet another exclusive and this time around it’s this 8” Mew plush to celebrate Pokémon’s 20th anniversary. The listing says that it comes in a special crushed velvet material and reusable vinyl bag. This plush can be yours for £12.99.


GameTrailers Top 10 Divisive Games At The Office

The team over at GameTrailers never fail to make some entertaining videos and this latest one is no exception. This time around the folks discuss the top ten most divisive games at the GameTrailers office. There’s certainly some interesting choices selected so prepare yourself for 36 minutes worth of arguing.

Left is against, right is for:

10. Metroid II (Ben Moore vs Daniel BloodWorth)
09. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Kyle Bosman vs Brad Ellis)
08. Shadows of the Damned (Daniel Bloodworth vs Michael Huber)
07. BioShock (Kyle Bosman vs Brandon Jones)
06. Alien Isolation (Brandon Jones vs Michael Huber)
05. Fallout New Vegas (Michael Huber vs Ben Moore)
04. Kingdom Hearts (Brandon Jones vs Brad Ellis)
03. Knack (Ben Moore vs Michael Huber)
02. Borderlands 2 (Brad Ellis vs Kyle Bosman)
01. The Last of Us (Ian Hinck vs Brandon Jones)

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Video: Image & Form Look At Possibility Of An Official SteamWorld Amiibo

Image & Form, the developers behind the acclaimed SteamWorld, have produced a video asking the question whether a SteamWorld themed amiibo is within the realms of possibility. We know Nintendo is open to third party amiibo as we have already got the Shovel Knight amiibo so a SteamWorld one isn’t entirely out of the question.

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Super Mario Maker Adds A New Set Of Challenging Event Courses

It’s time to boot up Super Mario Maker again, as a fresh batch of challenging Event Courses have been added to the Wii U game. The new courses were created by Nintendo for a Japanese gaming event called Tokaigi. According to the publisher, they were used in the final round of the King of Course Creators/King of Course Players contest. Take up the challenge by trying them out for yourselves.

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Check Out The New Shantae: Half-Genie Hero Kickstarter Update

The team at WayForward have published a new Kickstarter update for Shantae: Half-Genie Hero. It started off by announcing that the final Half-Genie Hero backer enemy milestone has been reached. The enemy was created by a fan and was named Tuki.

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The developers proceeded to talk about the game’s current status. WayForward explained that their current goal is Pre-Alpha. They consider this when the player can experience the game from beginning to end with a few temporary objects being placed here and there. Two chapters and some rough spots are still being worked on, so the game is still roughly two months from reaching this phase. After some further fine-tuning, the game will reach Alpha. Some polishing will follow before the game reaches Beta and then the First Party Submission phase.

The update wasn’t all about Half-Hero Genie. WayForward went on to announce that the Wii U version of Shantae: Risky’s Revenge Director’s Cut is “moving into submissions at Nintendo of America and Nintendo of Europe”. The Xbox One and Playstation 4 versions of Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse are in the final stretch and are expected to reach North America and Europe “sometime in March”. They didn’t give an exact release date, but the window of “late March to early April” was tossed around.

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Nintendo Minute Unboxes Fire Emblem Fates Plus Giveaway

If you’re a fan of the Fire Emblem franchise then you’re going to want to watch the latest episode of Nintendo Minute. The hosts, Kit & Krysta, have gotten their hands on Fire Emblem Fates and have produced a lavish unboxing video. But that’s not all, as there’s a special competition running which gives fans the chance to win the Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition bundles. Check out the latest Nintendo Minute video, below.

Japan Has Released Some Candy Inspired By Super Mario Maker

While you have been busy unlocking Professor E. Gadd’s costume in Super Mario Maker, a tasty candy has arrived on the store shelves of Japan and it’s inspired by the same game. Created by Nobel, the new arrivals can now be purchased in flavors that include grape, orange, melon, and peach. The bag contains individually wrapped hard candies, 26 in total. Each of these wrappers has a different version of Mario on it. A prize is included, one of 20 sticker sheets.

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As for the pricing, it comes to a little under $4, including tax. There are currently no online stores selling them and there is no word on a western release of the candy.

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