Nintendo eShop Biggest Sale of the Year

Up to 30% Discounts on First Party Titles

Mario, Zelda, Yoshi, StarFox, Wii Party, Fire Emblem, Lego, Animal Crossing, Kid Icarus, Just Dance, all have discounts.
We present you the full list of titles part of this sale.
Mario
Mario Party 10 (Wii U) $49.99 to $34.99
Super Mario 3D World (Wii U) $59.99 to $41.99
New Super Mario Bros. U (Wii U) $59.99 to $41.99
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Wii U) $39.99 to $27.99
Mario & Luigi: Dream Team (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS) $29.99 to $20.99
Mario Tennis Open (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
Super Mario 3D Land (3DS) $29.99 to $20.99
Dr. Luigi (Wii U) $14.99 to $10.49
Mario & Luigi: Super Star Saga (Wii U) $7.99 to $5.59
Mario Golf: Advance Tour (Wii U) $6.99 to $4.89
Mario Tennis (3DS) $5.99 to $4.19
The Legend of Zelda
Hyrule Warriors (Wii U) $59.99 to $41.99
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker HD (Wii U) $49.99 to $34.99
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap (Wii U) $7.99 to $5.59
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (3DS) $5.99 to $4.19
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons (3DS) $5.99 to $4.19
Yoshi
Yoshi’s New Island (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
Yoshi Touch & Go (Wii U) $9.99 to $6.99
Yoshi’s Island DS  (Wii U) $9.99 to $6.99
Yoshi (Wii U & 3DS) $4.99 to $3.49
LEGO
LEGO Batman 2: DC Super Heroes (Wii U) $19.99 to $13.99
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (Wii U) $29.99 to $20.99
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (3DS) $19.99 to $13.99
LEGO the Hobbit (Wii U & 3DS)  $19.99 to $13.99
The LEGO Movie (Wii U & 3DS)  $19.99 to $13.99
LEGO The Lord of the Rings (3DS) $19.99 to $13.99
LEGO Ninjago: Nindroids (3DS) $19.99 to $13.99
LEGO Ninjago: Shadow of Ronin (3DS) $19.99 to $13.99
Just Dance
Just Dance 4 (Wii U) $39.99 to $27.99
Just Dance 2014 (Wii U) $39.99 to $27.99
Just Dance 2015 (Wii U) $39.99 to $27.99
Just Dance Kids 2014 (Wii U) $19.99 to $13.99
Others
Wii Party U (Wii U) $39.99 to $27.99
Animal Crossing: New Leaf (3DS) $29.99 to $20.99
Fantasy Life (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
Kid Icarus: Uprising (3DS) $34.99 to $24.49
Star Fox 64 3D (3DS) $39.99 to $27.99
The sale will end June 23 at 8:59 am PT, so don’t miss out! What games catch your eye with these price tags? Please, do let us know in the comments!

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About Paco

Growing up in the late 90’s, Paco’s introduction to video games was Mario 64, and he hasn’t really stopped ever since, he’s also a player kin to Wind Waker, having beaten it an unholy amount of times, and completed it at least 5 times, or so he claims.

Mega May back on the Wii U eShop

Mega May 2015 to release 5 Mega Man classics on the Wii U Virtual Console.

Nintendo and Capcom have announced that for a second year in a row, Mega Man’s celebration throughout May will bring us some Mega games.
The two companies have shown to be closer than ever when it comes to the blue bomber.
Mega Man appears in Nintendo’s All-Star Fighter:
Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/3DS
The games will be released throughout May, all of them are originally from the Game Boy Advance:
Mega Man & Bass
Mega Man Zero 2
Mega Man Battle Network 3 Blue
Mega Man Battle Network 3 White
Mega Man Battle Network 4 Red Sun
Mega Man Battle Network 4 Blue Moon.
They’ve also released a pole for people to vote for the first title to be released out of the five. You have until April 29th to vote. The first game will be released May 7th. Let us know in the comment section which title will you be voting for.

Virtual Console N64 and DS titles coming to the eShop.

Super Mario 64 and Yoshi’s Island DS are the first titles on their respective consoles.

Nintendo has announced the line-up of upcoming N64 and DS titles to the eShop. It is filled with classics and some interesting choices.

Star Fox 64 3D, one of the Nintendo 64 titles
remade for the Nintendo 3DS.
The Nintendo 64 is regarded historically as the console that shaped gaming on a 3D space, something that’s used to this day, and the 3DS remakes of N64 games are some of the strongest titles on the system. So it’s no surprise that we’d eventually see Nintendo release its classics on the Wii U eShop.
The first N64 title to come out on the eShop is Super Mario 64, available now, to be followed by Donkey Kong 64 April 16 and Paper Mario April 30th.
Super Mario 64 DS, a DS remake of an N64 title,
Perhaps we’ll see this remake in the VC too?
As we mentioned before, the Nintendo DS is the other console making its debut on the Wii U eShop. Yoshi’s Island DS available now.
The next titles to come up are WarioWare Touched! and Yoshi Touch & Go, both April 9. Then, on April 23, Mario Kart DS.
Both Virtual Consoles will give you different customization options of both camera and screen settings.
What do you think of this line-up? What titles are you hoping make it to the VC? Let us know in the comment section bellow.

Club Nintendo releases 2015 Elite Status Gift List

Club Nintendo delivers the last Year-end rewards, and it’s quite the list!

Nintendo released today the last Elite Status, Year-end list of rewards for their Platinum and Gold members before their closure this July, the list is digital games-based, just like last year, but with many, many more options to pick from, the list is as follows, there’ll be a link to the official website bellow:



Mario Kart 7, one of the many titles available for Platinum members..
Platinum Rewards:

3DS:
Animal Crossing: New Leaf.
Mario Golf: World Tour.
Mario Kart 7.
Mario Party: Island Tour.
New Super Mario Bros. 2.
Yoshi’s New Island.
Ultimate NES Remix.
Wii U:
NEWS Remix 2.
Punch-Out!!
Pushmo World.
Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze.

Gold & Platinum Rewards:
Super Mario World 2: Yoshi’s Island. Its Gameboy Advance
remake is one of the many titles available for
Gold & Platinum members.

3DS:
Crashmo.
Freaky forms.
Pushmo,
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons.
The Mysterious Murasame Castle.
Wii U:
Advance Wars.
The Legend of Zelda.
Mario & Luigi Super Star Saga.
Metroid Fusion.
Super Mario Bros. 2.
Super Mario Kart.
Wario Ware, Inc.: Mega Microgames!
Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3.

Nintendo Direct to Stream April 1st, 2015.

No Joke.

Nintendo has announced that there’ll be a Nintendo Direct event tomorrow, April 1st. The Direct will consist of news of both Wii U and 3DS games.

The event will start at 3 p.m. PT or 6 p.m. ET. After, there’ll be a live Nintendo Treehouse presentation featuring one of spring’s upcoming games. Nintendo also urges to not be fooled by the date, the Direct is no joke!

TVG Talk – the Wii U in 2015

The Legend of Zelda, Splatoon, Mario Party 10, Yoshi’s Woolly World, StarFox, Mario Maker, Xenoblade Chronicles X.

Nintendo gave us a fantastic 2014 for the Wii U, and is looking like 2015 is going to be great too! But what exactly can we expect to see?
Splatoon
Splatoon is Nintendo’s latest IP, and it’s looking up to be a very unique Third-Person Shooter with platforming elements and customization. We’re particularly excited to see what it has to offer since it’s taking the summer spot that Mario Kart 8 took last year.

Yoshi’s Woolly World

Yoshi’s Woolly World is the first Yoshi title on a Nintendo home console since Yoshi’s Story back on the Nintendo 64, and it seems like it’s its first true sequel, the yarn textures on the game look gorgeous, and the 2-player co-op will probably bring the game to a high replay value.
The game was originally going to come out last year, but due to some delays it has been pushed to 2015, which is nice considering we won’t be getting many Nintendo 2D platformers this year.




Mario Maker

Have you ever wanted to create your own Super Mario Bros. level? Well, Mario Maker is exactly that! It allows you to create levels from the most iconic 2D platformer Super Mario games, which revealed so far are Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, and New Super Mario Bros U; which are arguably the most iconic in the whole series.
We aren’t so sure about the format of this game though, if it doesn’t get more options, or some sort of story mode or a set list of levels created by the developers, it’s probably going to be an eShop-only title or a budget release like Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker when it came out last year.
Xenoblade Chronicles X
Xenoblade Chronicles is arguably one of the best RPG’s for the Wii, and is no surprise that the reveal of a sequel on the Wii U has fans already hyped for it.
Weather we’ll be seeing again characters like Shulk is yet to be confirmed, but the gameplay seems familiar enough to make us feel safe, and the visuals stunning, and the story interesting enough to keep us excited.

Star Fox
Star Fox is easily one of the most recognizable franchises by Nintendo, and yet, is one that has had very few releases, and of those releases, some are very experimental like Star Fox Adventures, and it has so little releases, that the last true Star Fox game on a Nintendo home console came out back on the GameCube in 2005.
Another odd thing about it is that we know very little of it, in fact, there is no screen shots, not even a logo or teaser to go on from, that’s why we picked promo art from Star Fox 64 3D, all we know is that it’ll take advantage of the Wii U Gamepad’s features like the Touchscreen and the Gyro-sensor.
The Legend of Zelda
Even though we got an HD remake and a spin-off, the upcoming Zelda title marks the first true Zelda on the Wii U. and boy it’s shaping out to be a spectacular game!
Beautiful landscapes, exploration, huge open world, dungeons, and it takes advantage of the Wii U Gamepad in ways similar to the WindWaker HD.