Showing posts with label Nintendo. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nintendo. Show all posts
Super Mario Run, the newest game from Nintendo to make headlines, is all set to launch on the Android platform in March. The company made the announcement by tweeting from their Japanese Twitter account.

Super Mario Run

This is in line with the deadline of early 2017 that was promised for an Android release at the time of the launch. It is to be noted that the game was launched in December last year for iOS devices.
One can now pre-register on the Google Play Store to get notified as and when the app is released.

Although Pokemon Go was based on Nintendo characters, it was developed by Niantic (and not Nintendo itself). Super Mario Run is thus, the first game developed by Nintendo for their hardware. As far as the game is concerned, it is portrayed as a new kind of Mario game that can be played with just one hand.

Watch the official gameplay video below:

October 23, 2016:

Nintendo has released a video showing the looks of the much awaited Nintendo Switch, aka the Nintendo NX.

April 27, 2016:

We have a good and a bad news for avid gamers. The bad news is that the mysterious gaming console from the house of Nintendo (yes, we are talking about the NX) is not going to launch anytime this year. Instead, it will launch, wait for it, in March next year. That's the good news.

Nintendo NX

After a lot of speculations, Nintendo has finally confirmed the NX launch date via a tweet posted by them. After a lot of fake leaks regarding the console's controller, we are happy to have an official statement. A lot of rumors over time have also hinted towards the NX being a hybrid of console and handheld form, but sadly there is no official information that can clear the air around the matter.

Additionally, according to another tweet, the upcoming Legend of Zelda game will simultaneously launch on Wii U and NX in 2017. In fact, it will be the focus of the next press event by Nintendo, which is scheduled for June this year. Unfortunately, this means that the gaming community will have to wait almost an year to get their hands on the new game. Better late than never.

Miitomo, the smartphone game by Nintendo which was launched earlier this year has now been played by more than 10 million people. As a result, the company has decided to bring more apps to smartphones, and this list includes the famous Fire Emblem and Animal Crossing.

And now we wait.