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Super Mario Run has finally received a concrete release date on Android. It’s slated for March 23, Nintendo just announced.

It’s been a long wait for the Android version of Super Mario Run. Originally, the mobile game debuted December 15 on iOS.

Android users can pre-register for Super Mario Run here.

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31 minutes of TumbleSeed footage

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TumbleSeed was on display at PAX East a few days ago, and Nintendo World Report has shared extensive gameplay. View 31 minutes of footage below.

The region-free nature of Switch not only has benefits for gamers, but developers as well. SteamWorld Dig 2 maker Image & Form revealed in a Reddit AMA yesterday that the team is only required “to submit one version of the game for the entire world”. That appears to be a major improvement from Wii U and 3DS, which requires extensive work to cover various regions.

Image & Form community manager Julius Guldbog wrote:

“Now that Nintendo has embraced region-free publishing we save lots of time since we only need to submit one version of the game for the entire world (instead of multiple versions to cover all regions). It saves us months of paperwork!”

Switch truly is region free in every way possible. Cartridges can be played on the system no matter the country they originated from. On top of that, system owners can access the eShop for any region so long as they’ve made a Nintendo Account that corresponds to it.

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Following up on yesterday’s NPD report, a pair of charts have been published showing which games sold the best in the United States last month. We have a look at the results for both Wii U and 3DS below. 

Wii U

  1. Super Smash Bros.
  2. Paper Mario: Color Splash
  3. Minecraft
  4. Yoshi’s Wooly World
  5. Super Mario Maker
  6. Pokken Tournament
  7. New Super Mario Bros. U + New Super Luigi U
  8. Splatoon
  9. Super Mario 3D World
  10. Mario Kart 8

Portables

  1. Poochy and Yoshi’s Wooly World
  2. Pokémon Sun
  3. Pokémon Moon
  4. Super Mario Maker
  5. Super Smash Bros.
  6. Mario Kart 7
  7. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
  8. Pokémon Omega Ruby
  9. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
  10. Mario Party: Star Rush

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Polygon recently streamed some gameplay from the Switch version of The Binding of Isaac: Afterbirth+ through Facebook, and the video is now available to watch. You can check it out below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta show off the new Battle Modes in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe. Additionally, this episode was filmed in front of a live audience at PAX East, and some fans from the crowd were invited to play during the filming. Watch the video below.

A very skilled Street Fighter V player has modded Zero Suit Samus into the Street Fighter V, allowing players to fight as Zero Suit Samus in-game. While technically just a very well-made skin for the character Cammy, Zero Suit Samus nonetheless looks to be a great addition to the cast of the game. Check it out in the video below.

Nintendo has announced today that they will be bringing 8 playable Switch indie titles to EGX Rezzed 2017 in London, which begins on March 30 and ends April 1.

The titles that Nintendo will be bringing to EGX Rezzed were published on the website for the event, and are as follows:

Nintendo has officially filed for a trademark for the previously Japan exclusive Miitopia game, according to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Previously, there was no word on a western release for the title. While filing for a trademark doesn’t guarantee a release of the title in any form, it could mean that Nintendo is considering bringing the title outside of Japan sometime in the future.

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In an impressive display of both technical knowledge and creativity, YouTuber Allen Pan has modified an Amazon Echo to recognize and respond to songs from The Legend of Zelda played on an ocarina as opposed to just voice commands.

While this would be impressive on it’s own, Allen Pan has gone ahead and connected some frequently used devices in his house to the Amazon Echo and attached an appropriate song for each device. For example, playing the Bolero of Fire from Ocarina of time will turn on his heater; the Song of Storms will activate his humidifier and the Song of Healing from Majora’s Mask will reset all connected devices to their previous state, effectively working as an off switch for his entire house.

This impressive display of technical know-how is certainly one of the more unique and creative approaches to Zelda fandom. Check out the entire video below.

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