Random: Head Of Xbox Phil Spencer Still Has That Nintendo Switch On His Shelf

Nintendo Life Head of Xbox Phil Spencer has appeared on yet another live stream (this time for a GamesBeat Summit) and the Nintendo Switch that was spotted on his shelf earlier this month is still there. As you might recall, GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb has previously noted how “pretty much everything” on Phil’s shelf is a … Read more

Miitopia’s New Mii Creation Tools Are Terrifyingly Powerful

It’s been a long, long, long, long time since any new Mii creation tools were introduced — we’re all pretty much using the same technology from the Wii days — but Miitopia, of all things, might be about to change that. See, it turns out that Nintendo aren’t just re-releasing an old, weird 3DS game … Read more

Talking Point: Why Did Nintendo Give Up On Its ‘Classic Edition’ Concept So Soon?

© Nintendo Life We don’t exist in a bubble here at Nintendo Life, and there’s many a time we’ve glanced over other sites and spotted a feature that makes us jealous we didn’t think of writing it first. One such piece is this excellent RetroBeat feature by Mike Minotti over on VentureBeat, which asks one … Read more

How Do You Feel About Mario After His 35th Anniversary? Nintendo Apparently Wants To Know

Last month, Nintendo pulled the plug on Super Mario’s 35th-anniversary celebrations. It did this by removing Super Mario 3D All-Stars from the Switch eShop, shutting down Super Mario Bros. 35 and even ending online services for older Mario games. Many fans are still questioning why it had to end like this, and for some, it’s … Read more

Let’s Build A Zoo Will Bring Animal Splicing And ‘Theme Park’ Vibes To Nintendo Switch

© No More Robots / Springloaded Publisher No More Robots has been an eager supporter of the Switch eShop, and has confirmed to us that its next title will also make its way to the hybrid system. Let’s Build a Zoo, developed by Springloaded, is a Theme Park-style management sim in which you build your … Read more

Anniversary: The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask Is Now 21 Years Old In Japan

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask today turns 21 years old in Japan. Although it’s not quite as significant as last year’s 20th anniversary, in some countries Link and Skull Kid would now be old enough to have a drink. The game first arrived in Japan in the year 2000 and despite being one of … Read more

Random: The Internet Goes Wild For “Rockstar” Shigeru Miyamoto

Have you ever wondered what the creator of Super Mario and Nintendo God Shigeru Miyamoto might have looked like in his younger years? Well, here you go! A photo shared by Nintendeal on social media reveals Miyamoto’s appearance many years ago – back when he had long locks of hair. Some fans have even labeled … Read more

Warhorse Rules Out Kingdom Come: Deliverance Switch Release (Again)

At the start of this year, Warhorse Studios’ 2018 medieval role-playing title Kingdom Come: Deliverance was spotted on an official Nintendo Switch release schedule. At the time, Warhorse’s PR Manager Tobi Stolz-Zwilling said the game wasn’t planned for the Switch and mentioned that the studio was investigating how the listing occurred in the first place. … Read more

Nintendo Switch Is Now The Sixth Best-Selling Video Game System In Japan

Expected to overtake lifetime PSP and PS2 sales this year by Liam Doolan 52 mins ago © Nintendo Life The Nintendo Switch is now officially the sixth best-selling video game system of all time in Japan, according to sales data provided by Famitsu (via Video Games Charts). It’s apparently sold 19,410,000 units within this region … Read more

Cotton Guardian Force Saturn Tribute Announced For Nintendo Switch

City Connection has announced it’s bringing a new collection to the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. It’ll arrive in Japan on 30th September, and will receive a standard and special edition release. Cotton Guardian Force Saturn Tribute contains a total of three games by Japanese developer Success Corporation. There’s the 1997 title Cotton 2 and … Read more