Those who pre-order Super Mario Maker at Target can receive a picture cube, pictured above. It’s also available for a standalone purchase much like the Splatoon water gun. If you’re looking to buy it without a pre-order, the item costs $5.
Shovel Knight is making big waves in the amiibo scene. This is the first time that a company other than Nintendo is handling the distribution of its own figure, and it’s the first licensed amiibo.
In a recent interview, Nintendo’s Damon Baker said that the company “is certainly open” to the possibility of more indie/third-party amiibo. He also said that the Big N will “continue looking at proposals” and “there’s every opportunity”.
Bandai Namco has passed along a few screenshots from its Wii U title Lost Reavers. Check them out in the gallery below.
Fresh screenshots are in for LEGO Dimensions, and we’ve rounded them up in the gallery below. Today’s images show The Simpsons, The Midway Arcade, and more.
In The Simpsons level, Monty Burns will face a pair of powerful villains: Lord Business and the Joker. The Midway Arcade level features classic arcade worlds, including sections based on Super Sprint, Gauntlet, Defender, and Robotron.
Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX download version is fairly large. It’s 17,834 blocks, which is roughly 2.23GB.
SEGA is bringing Hatsune Miku: Project Mirai DX to North America on September 8. The European release is scheduled for September 11.
The first teaser trailer has come in for Space Dave!, and we have official confirmation that it will be on both Wii U and 3DS. Find the video below.
Space Dave! will be available later this year.
Polygon posted a new video from The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes today. In it, we’re able to see the Snowball Ravine area for the first time.
Zelda: Tri Force Heroes will feature a number of unique outfits, including a parka that gives better traction on ice. Players can also obtain a fire power-up to light torches and melt giant snowballs.
Several reviews for Disney Infinity 3.0 came online earlier this morning. Here’s a quick roundup of the notable verdicts thus far:
Target has opened pre-orders for the wave 5B amiibo. Consumers can now reserve Dr. Mario, Olimar, Ganondorf, Zero Suit Samus, and Classic Mario 30th Anniversary. Get your pre-orders in here.
Here’s a link to each one specifically: