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Nintendo is no stranger to orchestrated live concerts thanks to its long-running The Legend of Zelda: Symphony of the Goddesses concert tour. Now, Nintendo is giving a similar treatment to a certain famous plumber and his arch-nemesis.

Announced today via Famitsu, Super Mario Orchestra Concert – “Koopa (Bowser) is the Hero!?” will be part of the KYOTO CMEX2018 (Kyoto Cross-Media Experience festival). A total of three shows will be held during the festival: at 6 PM on September 15th, at 1 PM on September 16th and finally at 5 PM on September 16th (all times JST). Ticket prices range from 1,000 to 8,500 Yen.

As the name of the concert implies, it seems like a special focus will be given to Bowser and his various themes from across the series. The concert will feature a variety of songs from many different Mario games, from the original Super Mario Bros. all the way to Super Mario Odyssey.

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GameStop has started taking pre-orders for the new wave of amiibo launching on December 7.

For Smash Bros. Ultimate, you can reserve Wolf here. Ridley is here and Inkling is here.

Lastly, the Octoling 3-pack is up as well. Reserve the set here.

SEGA has released a new behind-the-scenes video that provides an in-depth look at the creation of the Sonic Mania Adventures animated web short. It features interviews with director Tyson Hesse and Neko Productions’ executive producer Lirit Rosenzweig-Topaz about the 2D animated episodic series development. Watch the video below.

Where’s the last place you’d expect Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime to show up? How about in a Seattle Police Department lip sync challenge? Yes, that has actually happened.

Reggie makes a quick cameo appearance in the video below. If you’re having trouble seeing him, look around the 2:30 mark.

Four more indie games have been added to My Nintendo in North America. Members can spend their Gold Points on a new wave of titles for the 3DS and Wii U eShops.

Runbow Pocket (New 3DS), Noitu Love: Devolution (3DS), Severed (3DS), and Freedom Planet (Wii U) make up the latest selection. Everything here is 110 Gold Points, except for Noitu Love: Devolution which is 80.

All of the latest rewards can be accessed here.

Nintendo and Falcom aren’t exactly names that go together. The studio hasn’t done much on Nintendo platforms, which is why it came as a surprise when Ys VIII was announced for Switch earlier this year – courtesy of Nippon Ichi.

In an interview with DenFamiNicoGamer, Falcom president Toshihiro Kondo and founder Masayuki Kato spoke about the misconception that the company hates Nintendo and why it decided to focus on the PSP instead of the DS when the latter system was booming in popularity.

Super Mario has returned to McDonald’s in the United States. A new wave of toys are available with Happy Meals, as pictured above.

Several designs are present here, including a toy with Mario and Cappy in which the latter character can be thrown – similar to the action you can perform in Super Mario Odyssey.

You can get a closer look at the Super Mario toys on the official website here.

Last week, Retroism released Return of Double Dragon. The SNES game, originally from 1992, is the Japanese version of Super Double Dragon, which is now fully playable in English and expanded since its original version.

Here’s a trailer:

Nintendo has published a couple of new commercials for the New Nintendo 2DS XL for the summer. Watch the videos below:

Nintendo has shared a few photos of the activity from the Nintendo Gaming Lounge at San Diego Comic-Con 2018. Check out the photos below, along with their descriptions.

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