Nintendo announced price cuts today for five hit Nintendo 3DS titles, three of which are the best-selling 3DS games of all time. Read on for the list of featured titles and more.
Ok, so we're not getting the Pikachu Yellow system like Europe and Japan, but North Americans will still be able to get their mitts on a special 3DS bundle just in time for the ominous Black Friday. For $170, this one delivers a Flame Red 3DS with Super Mario 3D Land pre-installed on it. More after the jump!
Fire Emblem: Awakening hits Japan on April 19, and Nintendo is introducing a 3DS bundle just for the occasion. The package includes the game, a special version of the Cobalt Blue 3DS, and a prepaid eShop card, which should come in handy for Fire Emblem's DLC. Pics and more past the break!
Haruka Ayase (the title character's daughter in Zatoichi chambara update Ichi and Production I.G's CG-animated Oblivion Island: Haruka and the Magic Mirror) is the latest celeb to be shown enjoying Super Mario 3D Land in the 3DS game's ad campaign. Video after the jump.
So PETA doesn't like how Mario apparently ruthlessly skins tanooki to wear their fur, right? Well, Mario has a calm, reasonable response to the organization's claims of animal cruelty, courtesy the folks at Dorkly. Video after the jump!
You may have seen photos previously of Nintendo's latest 3DS bundles, which package special versions of the portable with The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D in one, and Super Mario 3D Land in the other. Well, Nintendo has officially announced them for the United States in time for Thanksgiving. More after the jump.
Mario is back in Super Mario 3D Land, but how does his first original platforming adventure on Nintendo 3DS hold up to the high standards of his oft-revisited past? Find out in our review after the jump!
PETA has had issues with games in the past, perhaps most recently in an attack on Super Meat Boy, but now they're taking on Nintendo's iconic mascot. Seems not everyone is happy about him donning the famous Tanooki suit, and PETA has created a 2D flash game in which players attempt to reclaim it.
Much like Jurassic Park's John Hammond, Nintendo spared no expense to bring the past to life in Times Square this weekend. In celebration of Super Mario 3D Land, a life-size replica of Mario's platforming wonderland took over Military Island. Check out some great photos from the event, courtesy Nintendo, after the jump.
While Super Mario 3D Land won't be out in the US until November 13, that didn't stop fans from gathering to celebrate its Japanese release--past the jump, check out a party of portly plumbers and their dance number commemorating the latest in the classic Super Mario series!
We've seen our fair share of celebs jump in those iconic overalls—though none have quite surpassed the late Captain Lou Albano. Watch Kazunari Ninomiya, of popular boy band Arashi and live-action Gantz fame, leap into the TV game world in a commercial for Super Mario 3D Land after the jump!
In addition to unveiling a brand new, fiery color for their 3DS handheld, Nintendo has finally slapped release dates on two of their biggest upcoming titles, Super Mario 3D Land and Mario Kart 7. Hit the jump for the full story.