The YouTube channel 8-Bit Gaming, recently challenged Super Mario Maker Producer, Takashi Tezuka, along with the title’s Director and Senior Director, Yosuke Oshino and Yoshikazu Yamashita, to play through their Super Mario Maker level.
The level seemed to bring great amusement to the trio, with Tezuka plunging Mario to his death within the first part of the level, soon to be followed by Oshino and Yoshikazu both making similar mistakes – despite watching previously. Will any of them make it through the entire level? You can find out by watching the full clip here.
In anticipation of Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash‘s release, Nintendo has posted a trailer featuring a preview of the title’s gameplay on their YouTube channel. The trailer features the use of the Chibi-Robo! amiibo along with a snippet of Chibi-Robo! in a Mario costume – which may be linked in with the use of the Mario amiibo in-game. The game will also be compatible with plenty of other amiibo which will give you in game coins.
Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash will be released for the Nintendo 3DS on October 11th in the US, and November 6th in Europe. You can watch the trailer over on Nintendo’s YouTube channel here.
Have you got an hour to spare? Then you could check out one hour of Super Mario Maker gameplay over on GameXplain’s YouTube channel! The clip shows off the 100 Mario mode which gives you 100 lives to clear eight courses selected from ‘Makers’ worldwide. It’s a good chance to have a look at levels other users have created – and you’ll soon realise that they don’t make them easy to play through either. The footage also features the creation mode along with how the online notifications work when people have played, commented on, or starred one of your levels. You can view the full clip here.
YouTuber UnlistedLeaf set himself a challenge to try to find every amiibo available in Australian stores within 24 hours after fan’s requests to show the ‘Australian supply’ of amiibo on Twitter. With there being 57 amiibo in total on the check-list, I’m sure amiibo collectors will share his pain in trying to hunt down particular characters that may seem like a never-ending conquest find! You can watch his journey on his YouTube channel here.
You may have read yesterday that Nintendo has gathered together a bunch of popular YouTubers and given them the task to create the ultimate level in Super Mario Maker. Well, those five levels are now live and you can vote for which one takes your fancy. There are levels designed by the likes of iJustine and the Game Theorists. The winners are the ones that receive the most likes on their video. Oh, and if you haven’t done so already be sure to check out our review.
You may or may not remember the Japanese version of the Slowpoke song that was released on the Official Pokemon YouTube Channel a year ago – if you don’t recall it, it’s a song about how Slowpoke loves to eat and sleep and has a mouth like a ‘supermarket door’ mixed in with a cool reggae beat. It was originally released to mark the new release of the Slowpoke merchandise on PokemonCenter.com.
Today, the Pokemon YouTube Channel released an English version to sing along to and you can check it out here. Prepare to be hypnotised by Slowpoke going round in circles, Enjoy!
Nintendo is busy ramping up marketing for the release of Super Mario Maker this month and what better way to spread the word than to get some YouTube celebrities such as iJustine and other YouTubers onboard to create the ultimate Super Mario Maker level. There’s five teams and their levels will be posted to YouTube tomorrow and you can vote for which one you believe is the best. You can watch an overview video of the Super Mario Maker Super Creator Challenge, below.