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Photos of Mario ordering up at McDonald’s to kick off the Mario Kart 8 Happy Meal program

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, kids ride through the McDonald’s drive-thru on their Mario Kart Ride On vehicles and are handed Happy Meals by Mario and Luigi July 12, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nintendo is celebrating the recently released Mario Kart 8 game for the Wii U console by partnering with McDonald’s nationwide to include themed toys in the Happy Meal program. The program began on July 4 and is available while supplies last in stores until July 31. (Photo by Nintendo of America/Bob Riha Jr.)

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Mario and Luigi enjoy Happy Meals on July 12, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nintendo is celebrating the recently released Mario Kart 8 game for the Wii U console by partnering with McDonald’s nationwide to include themed toys in the Happy Meal program. The program began on July 4 and is available while supplies last in stores until July 31. (Photo by Nintendo of America/Bob Riha Jr.)

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, Mario shows off one of the Mario Kart 8 themed Happy Meal toys at a McDonald’s restaurant on July 12, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nintendo is celebrating the recently released Mario Kart 8 game for the Wii U console by partnering with McDonald’s nationwide to include themed toys in the Happy Meal program. The program began on July 4 and is available while supplies last in stores until July 31. (Photo by Nintendo of America/Bob Riha Jr.)

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, excited fans compete for first-place as they play Mario Kart 8 on Wii U inside a McDonald’s restaurant on July 12, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nintendo is celebrating the recently released Mario Kart 8 game for the Wii U console by partnering with McDonald’s nationwide to include themed toys in the Happy Meal program. The program began on July 4 and is available while supplies last in stores until July 31. (Photo by Nintendo of America/Bob Riha Jr.)

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In this photo provided by Nintendo of America, kids receive Mario Kart 8 themed Happy Meal toys from Mario and Luigi at McDonald’s during a special event on July 12, 2014 in Los Angeles. Nintendo is celebrating the recently released Mario Kart 8 game for the Wii U console by partnering with McDonald’s nationwide to include themed toys in the Happy Meal program. The program began on July 4 and is available while supplies last in stores until July 31. (Photo by Nintendo of America/Bob Riha Jr.)

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Wii U GamePad High Capacity Battery coming back in stock this month or in August

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The Wii U GamePad High Capacity Battery has been sold out on Nintendo’s online store for quite some time. Thankfully though, it won’t be long before the item comes back in stock.

A Nintendo customer service representative has said that the battery will be available once again either this month or in August. Consumers are advised to check back regularly to see when stock is available.

Hello Ken,

Please forgive the delay in our response, for we have been especially busy lately. I’m glad you contacted us with your questions. In answer, we expect the Wii U GamePad High Capacity Battery to return to stock sometime this month or in August. We aren’t able to notify you directly when we receive more stock, so I recommend you keep checking back periodically.

Sincerely,
Ben Weekly

Nintendo of America, Inc.

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Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate screenshots, details show off the Old Desert and more

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Capcom unveiled a new field for Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate known as the “Old Desert” at the series’ Hunting Rival event in Akihabara today. Additionally, the company had news to share about new monster subspecies and returning monsters.

You’ll find all of the latest Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate details below. Check out new screenshots above.

- Returning monsters include the Desert Tyrant Flying Wyvern Diablos, the Ultimate Shield Crab Daimyo Hermitaur, the Sand Wyvern Cephadrome, and the One Horned Wyvern Monoblos
- Monster subspecies appearing for the first time include Kechawacha Subseries, Tetsucabra Subspecies, Zamtrios Subspecies, Najarala Subspecies, Seltas Subspecies, Seltas Queen Subspecies, Nerscylla Subspecies
- New field: Old Desert
- Hunters and monsters alike have engaged in battle within this vast desert
- In this land under intense sunlight, where hot sand flutters about, players will encounter various plants and animals, as well as quicksand, a rock-face oasis, cave, and Felyne den
- Through the passing years, players will be able to witness the desert’s topographical and ecological changes
- New weapon action revealed
- If you find yourself extra surprised from an ally player’s attack, from there you can perform a jump attack
- Using heavy fire from your Felyne Firedrake Carriage, which resembles the monster Teostra, you should be able to take out even large monsters

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AVGN Adventures hitting Wii U “very soon”, 3DS to follow

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At SGC today, FreakZone Games revealed that AVGN Adventures is finally coming to Wii U “very soon”. The 3DS version will follow “afterwords”. Note that there’s no final release date for either version just yet.

FreakZone wrote on Twitter:



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Slightly Mad Studios explains Project CARS’ Wii U delay

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Bandai Namco, the distributor of Project CARS, has already weighed in on the racer’s Wii U delay. Now we have a few words from the game’s developer as well.

On Facebook, Slightly Mad Studios explained that Nintendo’s platform “uses a substantially different architecture to other consoles and the PC”, which means more time is needed “to code to the same quality of the other releases.” Ultimately the team needs a bit more time to adapt Project CARS for Wii U.

Check out Slightly Mad Studios’ full comments below.

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TreeFall Studios trying to port Gem Collector to Wii U

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TreeFall Studios’ 2D platformer Gem Collector may come to Wii U. The indie developer confirmed on Twitter today that it’s something being attempted at the moment. If TreeFall is able to figure things out, Gem Collector will come to the eShop sometime in the future.



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