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.
There have been major changes to the Switch Lite, such as no detachable Joy-Cons, no TV and Tabletop Mode, no HD Rumble, no flimsy kickstand, and no IR Se…Read more >
Note: Sorry, there are a lot of grammatical errors in this.....
2020 is near, and everyone is speculating: What's next for Mario? Super Mario Odyssey released two whole years ago and was met with critical and commercial success, and I think Nintendo will make another mainline Mario game on the Switch because how well Odyssey sold, and more people will buy the Switch because of the launch of the fantastic Switch Lite, and Nintendo hasn't confirmed and spin-off Mario title for 2020. Here are my opinions on what Mario games will come in 2020:
Super Mario Odyssey 2?
I think Super Mario Odyssey 2 has a very high chance. Super Mario Odyssey sold very well with over 14 million copies sold, and critics like IGN gave it a 10. Nintendo made a sequel f…
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Turn's out that Mario is not a human and is an alien species called homo nintendonius. That's probably why Mario has such a big nose and can live three times and turn big when he eats a mushroom.
The Super Mushroom in almost all Super Mario games is a real thing. Anameda Muscaria is the Super Mushroom in real life. Side effects make you feel taller. Familiar?BonBonz&Mario (talk) 18:59, October 16, 2019 (UTC)BonBonz&Mario.Read more >
If a genie appeared and offered you just one wish...
Would you wish for more info about the Wiki?
I know I would!
“Wah hah hah hah...
“I will grant your wish, puny human!
It looks like my wish was just granted!
Let me present: the Nintendo Support website!
...OK, I might have been making up the genie thing. But it’s true that you can find all kinds of useful info on the Nintendo Support website about how to get the most out of your Nintendo game or console!
You can check it out any time on a PC or smart device, so why not have a look?
I’m here to provide you with the latest and greatest news about how to edit on the wiki! There’s plenty more where that came from!
Ta-ra for now!
SpencerLentRead more >
Find a Nintendo 3DS, Wii U or Nintendo Switch and then select Nintendo eShop from the HOME Menu. (That may be the shortest blog post I've ever written!)
Ta-ra for now!
SpencerLentRead more >
Mines was Super Mario 3D LandRead more >
What is your favorite game on the GBA?Read more >
As promised last month, this month's article is Soul Blazer. This article was chosen via the Nomination page and should have been the September article if I had the time to go through the suggestions during the first week of September. Instead Super Mario World was chosen because it was a genuinely well written article and I didn't really had the time to go for anything I wasn't very familiar with. This is now rectified and Soul Blazer can have October for itself.
Soul Blazer is an action RPG developed by Quintet for Enix during the SNES era. It released in 1992 for North America and Japan but took two more years to release in Europe, which is admittedly better than a lot of the games of this time period who often failed to come to Europe or eve…Read more >