Here’s some random but interesting news. With the exception of World at War (which used GameSpy servers), the Call of Duty games on Wii still have workable online multiplayer. In this day and age when servers tend to be turned off a little quickly, that’s slightly surprising!
Nintendo Everything: Random
Every single year, rumors come about with people claiming to have some insider knowledge about what Nintendo will be announcing at E3. This speculation comes in many different forms, such as from those who say that they have an “internal document” with complete information about what will be revealed. Of course, these things are never true, but that doesn’t stop them from appearing each year.
Now’s your chance to get in on the fun! Someone has gone out of their way to create a website that generates fake rumors pertaining to Nintendo’s Digital Event once the page loads. Give it a look here.
Some fans have gone out of their way to recreate Splatoon in Minecraft. It’s designed for 4v4 play, though it works with any team size. There’s much more in the YouTube video below as well as its related description.
Are you a squid? By using Nintendo’s new infographic, you should be able to determine the answer to that very important question! We’ve attached it above.
At this point, I’m sure most of you are familiar with the N64 kid. But just in case you have no idea what I’m referring to, check out this video:
That video was uploaded over nine years ago, and has gained millions of views on YouTube. It goes to show how much it meant to that person having received a N64 for Christmas!
Brandon Kuzma and his sister Rachel, who are now 25 and 22 respectively, recently starred in a new Taco Bell commercial that attempts to recreate the same scene as shown in the original video. View it below.
Smosh Games’ continues its series of “honest trailers” with a new video for Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire. Watch it below.
This is the perfect sort of thing for the weekend! I don’t know how anyone would have the patience for it, but one fan has recreated the Super Mario Bros. title screen with 14,000 toothpicks. You can get a look at the results below.
Thanks to kurocchi0509 for the tip.
A little Easter egg has been discovered within the Japanese Super Mario Bros. 30th anniversary website. If you check the source code, you’ll notice that Mario himself is hidden inside! This is actually not on the North American site as far as I can tell.