Nintendo of America has today uploaded two brand new television commercials for their inktastic shooter, Splatoon. Some of you may have seen the adverts air during Fear the Walking Dead. I think it is safe to say that they are a step up from Splatoon commercials we have seen in the past from Nintendo America. Splatoon is out now and available for $5 cheaper if you’ve subscribed to Amazon Prime.
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A few Splatoon TV commercials have been popping up now, and this is the most recent called ‘Squid Kid’. Very similar to the other US commercial, with the same kind of cheesy music, repetitive lyrics and very much aimed at kids. And then there’s the Japanese commercial, which is a clear winner to me, opting for a calmer approach. Which is your favourite Splatoon commercial so far?
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D will soon be in everyone’s hands so it’s about time we saw the North American commercial for the legendary game. As expected it is slightly cheesy, but it does contain plenty of gameplay footage which is the most important thing. Hopefully people won’t be confused by the ending of the commercial which says the game is for the New Nintendo 3DS XL as the game works with the original Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo 2DS.
Generally we are greeted with CGI visuals while watching game trailers, but not for the magnificent Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on the Wii U. You won’t find anything but glorious in-game visuals in the US television commercial for the adorable game. There’s not too long to go before Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will be in everyone’s hands in the US as it is due for release on December 5th.
Super Smash Bros for Wii U is released today in the United States, but unfortunately gamers in Japan will have to hang on a little longer for the fast paced brawler. To celebrate its upcoming release Nintendo Japan has uploaded two silky smooth 60fps Smash Bros commercials to tide eager gamers over.What do you think to them?
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Nintendo of America have uploaded an extremely energetic commercial for the long-awaited Super Smash Bros Wii U which finally launches this month in the United States. The advert gives consumers a nice look at the brand new eight player mode which is sure to pop up at party’s everywhere.
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Nintendo of America has uploaded the glorious television commercial for Bayonetta 2. The game is scheduled to be released on October 24th and has received some excellent reviews across the board. Those of you that purchase Bayonetta 2 in the US will be eligible for the free copy of the original Bayonetta which comes packaged with the game.