The Year of Luigi / Take a look back at the green bros year
Mario Golf: World Tour Review / by Dante Vocaturo
Super Mario Bros. 3 / Retro Guide by Benni Castellanos Ruiz
Super Mario Bros.: Peach-hime Kyushutsu Dai Sakuse / An anime movie which was released in Japanese theaters in 1986
Baby Mario Kart race, Wario gets told off, Ultimate NES Remix and more!
Published on Friday, 17 October 2014 19:57
Written by Luke Hackett
Just a quick update with a few cool and random things that have popped up
recently. We're still not too hot in terms of news as everything we got is going
into fixing up all of our existing content but once that's done we will be flying
again; so here goes, enjoy
Toadette announced as a playable character in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker for Wii U
Published on Saturday, 11 October 2014 08:18
Written by Luke Hackett
"Captain Toad embarks on his first solo adventure" they said. It seems the
good Captain wasn't strong enough to go it alone and it has since been announced
that his female Mushroom-comrade, Toadette will be coming to back him up; in the
form of a second playable character. I'm pretty sure this is Toadettes first
adventure game playable character appearance? Anyway, heres the official release
Who’s ready for adventure? Captain Toad certainly is, but he’s not the only
one. Pink-pigtailed Toadette joins Captain Toad and makes her debut as a
second playable character in portions of the upcoming Captain Toad: Treasure
Pink-pigtailed Toadette joins Captain Toad and makes her debut as a second
playable character in portions of the upcoming Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker
Yeaaah!! Toadette enters the
Armed with a headlight and a can-do attitude, Captain Toad and Toadette must
make their way through enemy-infested locales like Wild West shanties and
Goomba waterparks. Each location is bursting with puzzles to solve and secrets
to unearth. These heroes need to be extra clever in order to tackle these
obstacles, since they can’t jump.
These tiny heroes are on the hunt for the ultimate treasure, a coveted Power
Star. At the beginning of their adventure, Wingo, a giant, greedy bird who
makes life difficult for these timid treasure trackers, makes off with their
only Power Star, and even whisks away Toadette. Players must then help Captain
Toad retrieve the Power Star and Toadette in order to unlock her as a playable
character, and ultimately, defeat Wingo. In the process, they’ll encounter
more than 70 fun, puzzling stages while also collecting stars and gems. There
will even be different power-ups they can use to their advantage, like the
Double Cherry item that makes another copy of Captain Toad or Toadette, making
some of those stages even more riveting.
Captain Toad with a double cherry running through a maze based level.
Captain Toad and his puzzling levels first appeared in
Super Mario 3D
World for the Wii U
console. The levels were such a hit with fans that he and Toadette are now
getting their own game. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is just another way
Nintendo is expanding its universe of games with familiar characters facing
fun new challenges.
The Wii U game
launches in stores and in the Nintendo eShop on Dec. 5 at a suggested retail
price of $39.99. For more information about Nintendo, visit http://www.nintendo.com.
My personal highlight "Armed with a headlight and a can-do attitude" - I
Wingo, a giant, greedy bird (who seems to be wearing Toadette as a
necklace) is set to be a constant source of inconvenience to our adventurers.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is set for release on December 5th for the U.S,
where the UK & Europe are lagging behind and don't get the game til 9th of
Knock knock... anyone here? Yep, we're not dead. Renovation at 75%
Published on Tuesday, 07 October 2014 17:35
Written by Luke Hackett
Sorry its been a while since we've had an update. Myself and the rest of the
team are working on renovating well... the entire site basically. And we are
about 75% of the way through now. Any good writers who think you can help please
. Also we are looking
for a new forum manager - anyone who thinks they can make our
forum into a hive of
activity, please get in touch.
All of our official
art galleries which have been broken for an eternity are now fixed and
contain high res versions of everything. And our every game page in the
pages has been completely redone with loads of new info and videos featuring the
plumbing elite that are Mario and Luigi.
We'll be back on top of bringing you the latest and greatest from the
Marioverse as soon as possible (and I have loads of weird obscure Mario stuff
I'd like to share when we get time too)
Don't forget to follow us on our social sites too.
Big thanks to our 13,935 followers to date. Promise we'll be active again
soon in the mean time, a cool image I found on IMGUR highlighting the double
standards of what makes you a hero and what makes you a villain in Nintendo
world - good point bro!
I ordered this a while back but only now got around to posting about it, so
one Saturday the postman rudely awoke me from my slumber with a signed for item
from the U.S, I opened it up and there it was a little box branded 8bit
Evolution with a Gameboy Advance inside, my postman rage quickly dissipated and
I inspected the little box further, reading the back of the box:
You are holding one of 8 Bit Evolution's professionally redesigned
Gameboy Advance Consoles. Relive your childhood memories with a back-lit,
graphically superior LCD screen.
The system is fully refurbished: Custom colors, new buttons, new shells,
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