Earlier this week Nintendo lit up the Internet with a gigaton Bowser bomb in the form of a kaiju-tastic new trailer for Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury. Now you can see more in an overview trailer after the jump.
The excellent Super Mario 3D World is about to return in a new Switch version on February 12, which is when Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury hits shelves and the eShop. Hit the jump for a new trailer and more.
Nintendo isn't going to let Mario and Luigi hog the special Wii remote spotlight for much longer. Princess Peach is about to get her very own controller later this month in the form of an appropriately colored remote. Pic and more past the break.
Super Mario 3D World is officially available in North America and it hits Europe on November 29. Thus, Nintendo's UK branch has a launch trailer showcasing some of its whimsical majesty. Ooh and aah, and maybe even meow, along with Mario and the players after the jump.
You might have seen how you can grab the Cherry power-up in Super Mario 3D World to create clones of the character you're using. Along with other interesting tidbits, the latest installment of Nintendo's informative Iwata Asks column reveals that the feature came about by accident. Read on for more.
Nintendo is going absolutely nuts with Super Mario 3D World. As if the platformer didn't already look fun enough, a new trailer is here to introduce ten new things. Among the list is the reveal of Rosalina from Super Mario Galaxy as an unlockable fifth playable character. See what else is new after the jump.
As much as I love posting new Super Mario 3D World screens and trailers, it also eats me alive every single time. I sold my Wii U a couple months ago, and nothing makes me want to take it back more than stuff like Nintendo's latest screens after the jump.
Nintendo has been sharing a bunch of Super Mario 3D World content lately, and the latest preview takes us through some areas we've seen before, as well as some we haven't. Watch as Nintendo Minute plays through some of the upcoming multiplayer platformer after the jump.
Last week we saw a batch of screens showing just how fun Super Mario 3D World looks, even in still frames. For those who want to see more of the four-player platformer in action, Nintendo has a new Japanese overview video after the jump.
The new screens Nintendo released for Super Mario 3D World are absolutely gorgeous, showing up close just how absurdly fun the whole game looks. See the full set after the jump.