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I'm sure some gamers out there have been wondering what Super Mario Kart would be like with more players. Each new iteration has seen a bump up in player count and in track size. Well, one creative gamer decided to test out what it would be like with 100 racers on the track at one time.
If you want to be the very best, like no one ever was, then youíve still got some Pokemon catching to do. Thatís right, trainers, thereís a new pocket-sized monster just waiting to be caught, and she was revealed over the weekend as part of the Pokemon 20th Anniversary celebration. Say hello to the clockwork wonder, Magearna.
Nintendo released a new story trailer for the HD re-release of the decade old Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess. The trailer covers the basic plot elements of Hyrule being attacked, Link getting turned into a wolf, link getting captured, and Link being rescued by princess Midna.
There's a host of new characters inbound and recently released for Super Smash Bros. Brawl for the original Wii, this includes Waluigi, Black Shadow and King K. Rool. A new video shows Waluigi in action as well as how to install him for non-modded Wii and Wii U game systems.
Itís a bittersweet day for Project M fans, as the popular mod development team for Wii's Super Smash Bros. Brawl is finally closing shop.
Gaming and porn seems to go hand-in-hand. It might seem unlikely to some but according to the recent breakdown in statistics by YouPorn, a large portion of gamers really love spending a bit of time browsing through the pornographic website whenever they can.
One of the big debates in the world of eighth-gen gaming centers around the limitations of today's game consoles not being able to properly hit 60fps in certain key game titles. Well, in the world of emulation the Dolphin emulator has managed to stomp out the arguments by enabling gamers to retroactively get games capped at 30fps to run at 60fps.
So a guy managed to beat all of Punch-Out! on the NES through a Wii emulator, all in one sitting... blindfolded! If that sounds insane, if you don't think it's possible, if it seems too far fetched, if it's one of those things you have to see to believe... well, you're in luck because you can see it to believe it.
After having the heavy hammer of scrutiny come down at the hands of the judicial law, it has been determined that the lawsuit filed against Nintendo for patent infringement will not continue. Nintendo has won.
Gather round, children, and hear my tale of a bountiful Club Nintendo harvest, featuring eight grand titles from generations past and present, all ready to be played on your Wii, Wii U or 3DS console.
Who wants to see some cobbled-together cut-scenes and in-engine gameplay shots from Activision's upcoming Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark, where the company decided to duct-tape two decent ideas together in order to make a 100% okay game?
Over on the GitHub page, there's a detailed rundown on how to get your Wii or DS back up and running with its online functionality.
Today Nintendo pulled the plug on the Wi-Fi features for the Wii, DS, and DSi. This effectively removes online multiplayer from those platforms' games as well as matchmaking and leaderboards.
Unity Technology is making it known that developers will no longer have to trudge through the battlefield of network multiplayer programming. They are offering a much easier solution for newbs and pros alike.
Get in as much online multiplayer with your Wii and DS games as you can over the next three months because, come May 20, Nintendo will be shutting down online functionality for all of its last-gen games.