Some of the Fire Emblem character articles have a problem with the skills tabber, where it simply doesn't end. You can see this in Kagero, Hana, and presumably a few other articles. Even though it should end at "Other Appearances," the rest of the article, all the way to the Fire Emblem Fates characters box, is part of the Fire Emblem Heroes tabber. Does anyone know how to fix this?
So the Random Game template on the homepage seems to be broken. Even though the
This month's featured article is Pokémon Red and Blue as suggested by Tgr6234. Don't forget to to suggest A class articles on the Nomination page if you want them to be featured for a month.
What is to say about Pokémon Red and Blue. It is the first version of Pokémon that made its way to the west, it is actually just a slightly altered version of the Japan exclusive Pokémon Red and Green. It basically is the game that served as the basis of the entire Pokémon series and Pokémon has since made its way in tons of spinoffs, crossovers, and other media.
wel I’m get switch fixed time to play anch now to share acnh update idea: Brewster, more farming, better terraforming and bug/fish shop.
I've officially completed the playable characters table. Now I'm thinking on whether or not I'm making a non-playable characters chart.
- 1 Fighters Pass 2
- 1.1 Let's evaluate Fighters Pass 1
- 1.2 Slot 2: Somewhat Obscure Fighter
- 1.3 Slot 3: Western Fighter
- 1.4 Slot 4: Retro Fighter
- 1.5 Slot 5: Unlikely Fighter
- 1.6 Slot 6: Joke Character
- 1.7 Conclusion
Hi, so, it's been just over two months since Min Min was released and nobody's execting a new Smash fighter reveal yet. Not only does it take a while to create and program a character, stage and music tracks but Covid-19 is also slowing things down quite a bit. So, in this Smash void, I have decided to do the very original idea of predicting who the final five Smash fighters will be. Now, this isn't who I want ideally but it isn't the definitive list of who's getting in. It's mostly fighters I want that seem likely.
Fighters Pass 1 h…
- 1 Mario 35th Anniversary
- 1.1 Game & Watch Super Mario Bros.
- 1.2 Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury
- 1.3 Super Mario Bros. 35
- 1.4 Mario Kart Live Home Circuit
- 1.5 Other Stuff
- 1.6 Super Mario 3D All-Stars
- 1.7 Conclusion
Hi, so, earlier today Nintendo released the "Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct" and I'll be going over what I think of it. Quick note, I'm going over the UK version because that's the one I watched. I don't know if there are any differences but if there are feel free to tell me. Anyway, let's get into it.
First off, I think it's weird that they chose the 35th anniversary to hype up. I understand that they're making all these games now so they want to put them out now but I feel like it would make more sense to wait fo…
Like promised last month, this month's featured article is Golden Sun. Don't forget to to suggest A class articles on the Nomination page if you want them to be featured for a month.
Golden Sun is the first game in the Golden Sun series. Originally released on the Game Boy Advance during the year 2001, it is often credited as one of the most impressive game of the handheld when it comes to graphics and sound. Golden Sun went on to spawn two sequels and despite not having a new game for a decade, it is still remembered today as one of Camelot's best work.
was there actually a part of Nintendo's website from the 3DS/late Wii era full of QR Games images submitted to the website, being an image gallery of some sorts. I swear to god this existed, but I can't find anything of the sort
I've noticed that a few articles for Japanese exclusive games, such as Zangeki no Reginleiv and Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru (and possibly others) use English translations of their names (Reginleuv the Slasher and For the Frog the Bell Tolls) instead of the original Japanese names. But in games with English translations like Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, they're referred to by their original Japanese names. So shouldn't these game articles be titled with the original Japanese, rather than the English translation?