YouTube Scorpigator Films have attempted the near on impossible and have created a chronological timeline for the Super Mario series. We will never know if it’s correct, but it’s certainly a pretty well-done attempt to make a chronological timeline for Mario. Be sure to watch it and leave your thoughts in the comments.
To make things super convenient, popular YouTube channel GameXplain has posted twenty-seven gorgeous new screenshots of Mario Party 10 in a handy video slideshow. We’ve only got a couple of months to wait until the game is released, so these screenshots will have to tide us over until then.
In case you missed it there was a live stream showcasing the upcoming Pokken Tournament. We’ve already reported that Suicune, Gardevoir and Pikachu will appear in the fighting title. Now we’ve finally got some gameplay footage of the arcade title in action. Admittedly it’s a little grainy, but it will do until we get an official trailer for the game.
As you may already know, the original Final Fantasy has been remastered for the Nintendo 3DS eShop in Japan. To celebrate its release, NintenDaan has captured twenty five minutes worth of footage from the remaster. Now let’s all cross our fingers and hope it comes to the Nintendo 3DS eShop in the west.
NintenDaan has managed to secure himself a Japanese copy of the long-awaited Kirby and the Rainbow Curse for the Wii U. As you can see from the adorable video, the game has a lovely clay animation look that suits the franchise rather well. Those of us outside of Japan will have to wait for the game to come to the west. It’s arriving in the United States first on February 20th and Europe sometime shortly after. Be sure to give it a watch.
Curious to see what Citizens of Earth is like on the Nintendo 3DS? Well Nintendaan has you covered with a 37 minute video showcasing Eden Industries latest RPG. The game see’s you assume the role of the The Vice President of the World and hilarity and mayhem ensue. The game clearly looks like it was inspired by the Mother series, so it’s worth a look.
YouTube user Master of Hyrule has put together a handy video which showcases The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D against the original The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask on the Nintendo 64. As you can see, there’s been plenty of visual refinements in the Nintendo 3DS version of the game which includes lots of improved textures. If you were originally on the fence about purchasing The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D, then this should make things a lot easier.