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Paper Mario: The Origami King

Paper Mario: The Origami King released in Japan last week, and Famitsu reported that the game sold 109,000 copies in its first few days. We now have a chart comparing the debut for every Paper Mario game in Japan (including Mario & Luigi: Paper Jam since it features that character).

Here’s the full chart ranked by first week sales:

Yesterday brought us another substantial Nintendo leak. Game protoypes, source code, and other data began to spread online. If that wasn’t enough, we found out about a pitch for an online Pokemon PC title and were able to get an early look at some classic games, including beta sprites and early designs.

Perhaps unsurprisingly, yet another major Nintendo leak has turned up today. The latest one is all about the N64 such as the system’s operating system and lots of games.

Mega Man

A Mega Man movie was first said to be in the works in September 2017. It was a year later that Capcom announced a live-action film based on the franchise. There hasn’t been much in the way of updates, but the project is still in the works.

Speaking with IGN, birectors Henry Joost and Rel Schulman briefly provided an update. Joost also indicated that “big news” is coming soon.

Joost as well as Schulman shared the following:

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This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s video, Kit and Krysta build custom LEGO Super Mario courses. Check out the full episode below.

News stemming from today’s Nintendo leaks isn’t slowing down. Aside from the news concerning iQue’s pitch for an online Pokemon PC game, fans are now starting to pick apart prototypes and beta builds of classic Nintendo games. It’s giving us a look at some new characters, designs for established characters, and more.

We have a look at sprites from Star Fox 2 above. Other highlights include:


Pokemon logo

As part of today’s big Nintendo leak, it’s been revealed that iQue proposed a mainline Pokemon game for PC that would have offered extensive online features.

The PowerPoint presentation is dated from November 2004. In it, we hear about plans for trading, battling, and chatting online as well as an online tournament mode, treasure hunting, and even the ability to use the Game Boy Advance as a controller.

Nintendo logo

The past few months haven’t been kind to Nintendo as far as leaks are concerned. The first incident involved the source code and files for Wii, followed by the source code for the 3DS operating system and Pokemon Diamond/Pearl.

Another leak is now making the rounds today, and it’s sounding pretty massive. We’re hearing about some things that we either knew very little about previously or hadn’t seen before, including

Here’s the full rundown as to what’s leaked:


Sonic the Hedgehog

Paramount has set a release date for its Sonic the Hedgehog movie sequel. It’ll be debuting in theaters on April 8, 2020, the company has announced.

Specifics about the movie have not yet been shared. However, we do know that Jeff Fowler is returning as director while Pat Casey and Josh Miller are writing the script.

Plans for a follow-up to the Sonic movie were announced at the end of May.


Ubisoft will host a second Ubisoft Forward presentation in September, the company announced during a financial call today. Specifics regarding planned content for the show were not detailed.

This month’s Ubisoft Forward was light on new announcements and Nintendo news overall. In fact, the only Switch-related content was relegated to the pre-show, where we found out about DLC for Trials Rising. There was a small update on Just Dance 2020 as well which was only about a few new songs. Fans are still waiting for a status update on Gods & Monsters after it was announced at last year’s E3.

We’ll report back with the final date and time for the second Ubisoft Forward broadcast when we have it.


Nintendo’s annual report provides some interesting information regarding its employees. We have a look at the average age, average salary, and more.

Here’s the full rundown as of March 31, 2020:


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