Golden Plains Revealed As New Stage In Super Smash Bros For 3DS

golden_plains_ssbSuper Smash Bros director Masahiro Sakurai has revealed a brand new stage for the 3DS version. The upcoming brawler’s new stage is named Golden Plains and hails from New Super Mario Bros. 2, where the area’s chock full of golden coins ready for players to collect. But the coins aren’t just for aesthetic merits, Sakurai also mentioned that players can turn their chosen fighter into a lustrous metal if 100 coins are collected within the colourful stage.

The new 3DS stage joins a variety of exclusive handheld areas, including Lumiose City from Pokemon X and Y, as well as Tortimer Island from Animal Crossing: New Leaf. Here’s what the esteemed director said on Miiverse, including exactly what type of attack bonus players will receive when the total number of coins are collected.

“New Super Mario Bros. 2 is a game where you collect tons of coins. Thus, it’s only natural that many coins will appear in this stage… Wait, is this really Super Smash Bros??

“If you collect 100 coins, you transform into a gold fighter! For a short period of time, your attack power will increase and you won’t flinch when you receive attacks. This unique stage’s name is Golden Plains and it’s exclusive to the 3DS version.”

Nintendo Australia Rewards Players Who’ve Collected A Million Coins In New Super Mario Bros. 2

new_super_mario_bros_2_coin_block_headNintendo Australia has revealed that players who’ve collected a million or more coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2 are eligible to receive a gift. To get a limited edition New Super Mario Bros. 2 certificate, and if you reside in Australia and have collected at least a million coins in the platformer, take a picture of yourself and your Nintendo 3DS, displaying your one million coin tally. After that, e-mail your photo to Nintendo, via the publisher’s website, by March 31st.

Here’s The Best-Selling Games In Japan During November

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Japanese gaming publication Famitsu has revealed precisely which games were the best-selling in Japan during the month of November. Unsurprisingly Animal Crossing: New Leaf was by far the best-selling game, selling an incredible 1,274,926 units. Three Nintendo 3DS titles made the top ten including Animal Crossing, Pokemon Fushigi no Dungeon, and New Super Mario Bros. 2.

  1. [3DS] Animal Crossing: New Leaf – 1,274,926 / NEW
  2. [PS3] Tales of Xillia 2 – 394,782 / NEW
  3. [PS3] Call of Duty: Black Ops II – 223,344 / NEW
  4. [3DS] Pokemon Fushigi no Dungeon ~Magnagate to Mugendai no Meikyuu~ – 125,911 / NEW
  5. [PS3] Assassin’s Creed III – 104,035 / NEW
  6. [3DS] New Super Mario Bros. 2 – 102,992 / 1,411,969
  7. [PS3] Shin Sangoku Musou 6 Empires – 91,533 / NEW
  8. [PS3] Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational – 86,912 / NEW
  9. [PS3] Okami HD – 78,137 / NEW
  10. [PS3] Yakuza 1 & 2 HD Edition – 63,725 / NEW

New Super Mario Bros 2 Owners Get Free Coin Rush Course Pack Based on Classic Games

Nintendo fans worldwide have amassed a mountain of more than 300 billion gold coins in New Super Mario Bros. 2 for the Nintendo 3DS system, and the tally continues to climb. To reward players for hitting this massive milestone, Nintendo is offering a free pack of Coin Rush courses that game owners can download wirelessly within the game at no extra charge.

The free Gold Classics Pack was inspired by games like Super Mario Bros. and Super Mario Bros. 3, and includes three new courses that can be played in Coin Rush mode. Players can test their skills, then share and challenge other players’ records through the StreetPass feature. The Gold Classics Pack is now available and will be free for a limited time to New Super Mario Bros. 2 owners. Starting Feb. 1, 2013, the pack will be available to purchase for $2.50 in the United States. A variety of other downloadable Coin Rush course packs are available for purchase through the New Super Mario Bros. 2 game.

“Nintendo fans have once again demonstrated their passion for the Super Mario Bros. franchise. The Gold Classics Pack is just one small way for us to thank players for their dedication. We’re all eager to see just how high that coin tally can get.”

- Scott Moffitt, Nintendo of America’s executive vice president of Sales & Marketing.

 

 

Style Savvy: Trendsetters From Nintendo eShop Requires More Than 10 Thousand Blocks

If you want to download Style Savvy: Trendsetters from the Nintendo eShop for Nintendo 3DS, you’ll need at least 1.4GB of free space on your SD Card. The downloadable version of the fashion video game requires more than 10,500 blocks of space, which makes it the biggest download from the Nintendo eShop to date, outpacing other retail and downloadable games, such as New Super Mario Bros. 2, and the forthcoming Paper Mario: Sticker Star, which requires 4,199 blocks.