The release date for the ultra-creative Super Mario Maker is drawing ever closer so it is great to have a new trailer showcasing the innovative aspects of the game. For the first time ever Mario fans will be able to produce their own levels or alternately play some of the pre-existing levels on the disc. The interface looks as simple as possible so it will no doubt be a breeze to create ingenious levels to play and share online. Super Mario Maker will be making its debut in September.
Devil’s Third will be making its debut in Japan and Europe very soon, so it is encouraging that Nintendo has uploaded a brand new trailer for the game to get those who are considering purchasing the game reasonably hyped. We heard yesterday that the game will also be coming to the United States but not until the fourth quarter of 2015, which is the holiday season. Anyway, be sure to watch the action-packed trailer for the game in the video embedded below.
Just this morning, Bandai Namco revealed that Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden bundle would be making its way to Nintendo 3DS. However, we now know what the gameplay looks like, according to the new trailer (seen below). Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden is heading exclusively to Nintendo 3DS on October 20th.
Just a few days before its release, a new trailer for Yoshi’s Woolly World has emerged, taking you on a nostalgic trip through all the Yoshi games there’s been before. It’s fascinating to watch what was once just a side character blossom into a hero of his own games! The trailer ends on the beautiful looking Yoshi’s Woolly World for the Wii U, the cutest in an already adorable group of games. Take a look at the trailer and remind yourself of what Yoshi has been up to all these years, which is your favourite Yoshi title? Yoshi’s Woolly World will be coming out in a couple of days so read our review to see if it lives up to the legend!
Stealth-released after Nintendo’s Digital Event @ E3, Bandai Namco Europe revealed the trailer for Project X Zone 2. The tactical crossover RPG that brings together characters from SEGA, Capcom, and Bandai Namco is the sequel of the original Project X Zone.
According to the video, the game is set to release Autumn 2015 exclusively on Nintendo 3DS.
During the E3 Digital Event, we got a new trailer for Shin Megami Tensei X Fire Emblem— developed by Atlus– which you can watch above. It features cinematics as well as some gameplay, and some pretty funky music. The release date was confirmed to be 2016 for North America. What did you think of the trailer?
Showing a mix of new and old features, the new trailer for Yoshi’s Woolly World brought to you by Nintendo UK’s Wii U YouTube Channel showcases gameplay, amiibo support, and more:
Power badges, modifiers that will help you get through a level by granting you extra abilities, are briefly featured. These include:
- Play alongside Poochy!
- Clear the course!
- Grab items with Yoshi’s tongue!
- Improve your speed!
- All-you-can-eat watermelon!
- All-you-can-eat fire watermelon!
- All-you-can-eat Ice watermelon!
- Pull items to you with your magnetic force!
- Power up Ground Pound!
- See hidden items!
- Immunity to fire and lava!
Yoshi’s Woolly World will be available on Wii U on June 26 in Europe, and Fall 2015 in North America.