Hello, everyone. My name is none of your business. I’m a huge fan of Nintendo’s systems, from the Nintendo 64, to the Nintendo Switch, and all those systems in between.
So recently, I discovered a weird looking Nintendo GameCube controller that is wildly different from the final controller. Here’s a picture:
. It has a thing called a Turbo button. I don’t know what it does, but I’m guessing the Turbo button would’ve been used for power attacks in games.
Now I’ve got a favor to ask one of y’all. If you can, contact Nintendo about this controller, and get back to me as soon as you can.Read more >
Hello there. I hope this doesn't qualify as spam (if it is, I'm willing to take it down)
I'm part of Codex Gamicus, FANDOM and Gamepedia's joint venture in creating a full-gaming database devoted to all video games. We are situated on the Gamepedia side, but it functions fairly similarly to Wikipedia if you are unfamiliar. Our goal is not to compete with other wikis, but serve more as a hub, from which wikis with greater detail on narrower fields can make their footing.
We are in great need of more contributors, not only to provide vigor to the wiki but to help in updating many of our outdated pages. Help towards anything and everything Nintendo would be among the many things greatly appreciated. If you are interested, please let me know and…Read more >
Since no suggestions have been made on the Nomination page for this January, this month's featured article was choosed by myself. A nomination for Dr. Mario World made by TheAmazingRaspberry was considered but as they believe it would be better to not have a Mario related article three months in a row, this page will be featured in February instead. If you want to suggest an A class article on said page, there is a good chance that it will be choosed next month if other users agree with your choice.
This month's featured article is Nikki, which is a mascot character created by Nintendo for Swapnote back in 2011. Nikki's existence was not confined to that app, however. She has since made multiple appearances in other apps made by Nintendo. She…Read more >
this is me. unblock me at sonic news network because i mada a mistake.Read more >
Super Mario Maker 2's second update was announced today, with many course items added, including The Master Sword from The Legend of Zelda series, which transforms Mario into Link. Link isn't just a cosmetic change, as he has a different move set, and I love it! I want to see more updates or DLC, as there are some missing elements I want to see come to this game. Here is my list:
10. More Nintendo Characters
Since Link is coming in this update, if we ever get any updates in the future, we might get another Nintendo character. It would also be nice since the Mystery Mushroom from Super Mario Maker, which made Mario look like other video game characters, was removed from this game. Maybe Kirby, Samus, Donkey Kong, or the Inklings?
9. The Koopalin…
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Since no suggestions have been made on the Nomination page, this month's featured article was choosed by myself. If you want to suggest an A class article on said page, there is a good chance that it will be choosed next month if other users agree with your choice.
This month's featured article is Mario Kart Wii. Mario Kart Wii is the sixth game in the Mario Kart series. It is currently the best selling game in the franchise as well as the second best selling Wii game behind Wii Sports itself. It is a game that overall brought a lot of features that would be kept in the future games. This includes the ability to have twelve racers in a game as well as Bikes and online play.Read more >
Hello. I've been trying to add a slide to the slideshow on the front page, but it won't display for some reason. Could somebody add it? I chose the photo shown below and added the caption "Explore Galar in this newest entry in the Pokémon series," but you can choose something different.Read more >
I've been looking at the front page of the wiki and I can't help but feel that there should be a new poll up. The question of the current poll is "What is your most anticipated title for the rest of 2019?" The problem is that 3/5 of the options (FE:TH, LM3, and SMM2) have been released, 1/5 (PKMNSS) has been released in certain regions and will be availible in others soon, and the last (AC:NH) has been postponed until 2020. Because of this, none of these answers exactly fit for the poll, and the only other option is other. So I think it would be about time for a new poll for the front page. What it would be, I'm unsure, but I think that there's plenty of good questions to ask. Thoughts?Read more >
So the thought of changing the featured article at the beginning of the month completely slipped from my mind it seems. Sorry for the delay, it's entirely my fault. So this month the featured article is the Development of the Super Mario Galaxy series as suggested by Mahdi.
I can't really present you the article in much details as everything is in the title, it is a very well made article centered around the development of the Mario Galaxy series. See you in twenty days as I hope I don't completely forgot about updating the featured article in the first few days of December. You can always suggest a specific class A article on the Nomination page and I will select it if it is well made or if multiple users agree with your pick.Read more >
I have been playing with the Nintendo Switch Lite for over a month, and I have been enjoying it a lot. I downloaded a lot of demos and have been playing Super Mario Maker 2, Luigi's Mansion 3, and Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and I am loving it.
The Switch Lite feels really solid and feels way better and lighter than the original Switch, since its a dedicated handheld. When I held my OG Switch, it felt so bulky. The Switch Lite also looks really nice. I got the turquoise, and it looks stunning. The Lite also comes in Gray and Yellow, and a special edition Pokemon Switch Lite is coming in two days. The Switch Lite is also very comfortable for my small hands, even though I am 6 feet tall. (I am 12 years old, by the way....)
There have been major chang…Read more >