YouTube gaming channel, XCageGame, has recently posted a clip showing off their skills in defeating every boss in the 2006 release Yoshi’s Island DS without any damage. This is quite a challenge, especially when trying to defeat Bowser, as this level requires you to dodge his fire-breathing and rock throwing antics whilst protecting 4 Yoshi and their precious cargo!
Take a look at the footage below:
The Octobrush Nouveau was added to the Splatoon weapon roster just a few hours ago, it has the same stats as the Octobrush but is paired with both Splat Bombs and the Inkzooka as sub and special weapons. If you haven’t had chance to try it out for yourself yet, here’s some footage of it in action:
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Nintendo’s official UK Youtube channel has released a helpful video overview detailing the functionality of amiibo. The two-minute clip introduces the figures and demonstrates how to tap them into various games on the Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, and New Nintendo 3DS. Unlike the recent holiday marketing that focused on the costumes amiibo unlock, this video shows the unique game-specific functionality of the figures. Interestingly, however, the trailer does not state that the same amiibo figure can be used for multiple games, a point that Nintendo has stated differentiates it from its competitors.
YouTube star Action Movie Kid and a bunch of other young YouTubers recently had the fantastic opportunity to visit the Nintendo of America headquarters at Redmond, Washington. The cute video gives you a look inside the building and just goes to show how much more open Nintendo of America is these days.
The Xenoblade Chronicles X Survival Guide part 4 is now live on Nintendo’s YouTube channel. This episode focuses on the Frontiernav, FN site info, and Arms Manufacturers.
This is part 4 of 5, so another should follow shortly. You can watch this episode below:
The Famicom R.O.B. amiibo is a Japan exclusive variation of the original R.O.B. amiibo that was released in September. Unfortunately the Famicom coloured version won’t be coming to stores in the west, and the only way to get your hands on one is to import it from Japan – stock permitting. However, if you want to get a good look at what the Famicom version looks like, Nintendaan has posted an unboxing video over on YouTube.
You can watch the clip below and on Nintendaan’s YouTube channel.
Yo-Kai Watch fans can get excited because full episodes of the anime television series are coming to YouTube. Currently there are only clips and recaps of episodes on the Yo-kai Watch Official Channel, but that is going to change soon. Meanwhile, the Yo-kai Watch game is set to launch on November 6 for Nintendo 3DS. It revolves around distinct creatures called Yo-kai, which are invisible to anyone who doesn’t wield a special wristwatch known as the Yo-kai Watch.