Nintendo has uploaded a brand new trailer for Kirby: Triple Deluxe – and proves that the animated pink ball is just as exciting as ever. Gearing up for his May release, Kirby’s positively sparkling in gameplay, with a range of new features and abilities on offer. Hypernova Kirby is out in full force and we get a great glimpse of the game’s bosses from the trailer. Fans can take a trip into Dream Land on the 3DS and 2DS when the game launches for North America on May 2, with Europe following on May 16.
Youtube user Hans Schneider has uploaded the French trailer for popular life simulation title, Tomodachi Collection. The video was posted on the French Nintendo site but was presumably quickly taken down. Hopefully we should hear of a release date soon.
Nintendo has uploaded a new trailer for Mario Golf: World Tour. Not everyone can be a pro golfer, even Bowser gives us a temper tantrum in the trailer, but by using item shots wisely you’ll be able to score big – or maybe just on par. These special shots can be activated by using an item to display interesting effects, with the hurricane shot, freeze beam and rocket barrel to name but a few from the trailer. Mario Golf: World Tour is due to release May 2 for the Nintendo 3DS and 2DS.
Nintendo UK has uploaded a new trailer exploring the various features of Yoshi’s New Island. Yoshi’s keeping up appearances and providing a stellar babysitting service – that’s until he gets hit by a Koopa, slime or Shy Guy, and then Baby Mario lets loose with his shrieks. But there are plenty of new secrets to discover in order to find those red coin collectables, plus hurling large eggs allow you to destroy excess pipes and uncover hidden doorways. If you’ve yet to play through a few worlds, check out the trailer above to see if Yoshi’s New Island tickles your fancy.
Nintendo of America has uploaded the official trailer for Yoshi’s New Island in the United States. The trailer emphasises Yoshi’s unique abilities that can be found throughout the game. Yoshi’s New Island is out on Friday, March 14th in Europe and North America.
Nintendo has uploaded a new Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze trailer to YouTube. The video highlights a couple positive quotes from gaming websites regarding the upcoming Wii U platformer, as well as Game Informer’s 9.25 out of 10. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze launches February 21st in stores and on the Nintendo eShop, where it will be available at midnight.
Watch out there are apes about in the new Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze trailer. DK’s release on the Wii U is just over a week away and it looks like he can’t wait to make a big return. The new trailer promises some fantastic action-packed platform levels, so don’t miss out – DK will not be pleased. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze hits the Wii U on February 21 in North America and Europe.
Mutant Mudds developer Renegade Kid has uploaded a new trailer for upcoming 3DS game Treasurenauts. The 2D platformer’s trailer reels us into an adventure for glittering treasure, but you better be careful as there’s something ghastly down in the Catacombs.
If the Lavender Town-esque music doesn’t give you the creeps, trying to avoid a number of ghosts sporting devilish grins, while picking up mountains of treasure may just keep you on the edge of your seat. Treasurenauts will land on the Nintendo 3DS eShop in the near future.
British video game developer Dakko Dakko has revealed that Scram Kitty and his Buddy on Rails will be skirting its way onto the Wii U eShop come April. And luckily for fans, the developer has published a brand new trailer – which you can see above – looking at the platformer’s gameplay in various levels.
Dakko Dakko is yet to specify details on the game’s pricing, but the developer has said that they hope to release Scram Kitty on the North American and European eShop within the same month. Will you be purchasing the Wii U exclusive game when it releases? Let us know in the comments below.