A few weeks back, Nintendo announced the first cross-play title to be made by the Big N. And as you may know, that title is Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars. Continuing the series since the Gameboy Advance days, Tipping Stars sets to make a first by making an appearance on the console version.
We’ve know got the official boxart for our European readers, which you can see below. What a marvelous mini-Mario!
What do you think? Of course it’s a little tragic to see it’s just a download code for the game, but what do you think about the text sparssed all over the box? Would you rather just download directly from the eShop? Give us your thoughts in the comment section below.
We finally get a look at the boaxrt for Kirby and the Rainbow Curse has now been published for the public to view. Kirby, of course, is the center of the boxart rolled into his pink morphball, with Kirby looking very nice, and retains the same art style from the game.
In the background, you can see the Waddle-Dee and other various enemies in the ground and in the air. Kirby and the Rainbow Curse seems to have replaced the Nintendo Network ID icon with the Amiibo icon, showing consumers that the title will be compatible with the collection of Amiibo’s.
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse releases on February 2015.
With the previously announced double pack for Super Smash Bros. 3DS announced more than a month ago, the double pack now has an attractive bundle boxart.
As seen above, the official Japanese boaxrt comes in both a green case and red case, with some additional stickers. This bundle pack is exclusive to Japan as of now, but if it comes to the West, we’ll be sure to update you on the status of it.
Besides Japan, only 2 territories are getting the New 3DS and the New 3DS XL this year. The official Twitter account has revealed the boxart for the the New 3DS models that are releasing in Australia and New Zeland. It’s advertising the C-stick it has, the stable 3D movement, the NFC reader, which can be used to scan Amiibo’s into the game. The New 3DS XL is shaping up to be a good looking handheld. Here’s a better look at the New 3DS XL boxart.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is approaching its release date. With each day, the release date is crawling closer every day. Europe now has an official boaxrt for the game, giving the design of it a interesting look. In contrast to North America and Japan, which had their boxart changed to a yellow look, Europe is keeping the original sky blue background the other territories were also suppose to have.
What do you think about the look? Do you like it or do you want the yellow look instead?
Nintendo has officially revealed the cover for Ultimate NES Remix for the 3DS. The 3DS title which is set to take a spin on NES games is set to release for the 3DS on December 5th for the handheld for $30 in North America. Are you ready for Ultimate NES Remix on the go? Let us know in the comment section below.
Teeing it off
Get ready for some Mario Golf on the go. To get you hyped, the official boxart for Mario Golf: Toadstool Tour has been revealed. This is what the game front side will look in European store shelf’s and features Mario, Toad, Luigi, and Peach. You’ll be able to strike for birdies this May 2 in European territories.
Nintendo of UK have posted the box art for the game Kirby Triple Deluxe. It looks fairly similar to the Japanese cover, with the exceptions of the title of the game being in English. It also has “Compatible with 2DS” sticker in the bottom right corner, something the Japanese box didn’t have, as the 2DS is not available in the country of Japan. Kirby Triple Deluxe launches in the United Kingdom 16/05.