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A few days ago, Nintendo announced that the NES Classic Edition (or NES Mini) will be restocked in June. Amazon Spain is now taking pre-orders here. It does ship to the US, so that’s something you can take advantage of. Separate controllers can also be ordered here.

Thanks to elfred for the tip.

French Nintendo historian Yamafuda has stumbled upon an interesting discovery. In 1966, Nintendo produced a toy called “Poï Tan”. This was unknown until today.

Poï Tan was designed as a toy, albeit a simple one. It involves throwing a plastic fish into a hoop floating in water.

Over 50 years ago, Nintendo was selling the Poï Tan for 500 yen.


My Nintendo has updated with the latest European rewards. Along with discounts including Wave Race 64, a Mario 3DS theme is available.

The full lineup of rewards is as follows:

A new image was revealed today for Pokemon The Movie: Everyone’s Story and it reveals that the newest Mythical Pokemon Zerora will be in the movie. It’s most likely Zerora will play an important part in the movie like the previous Pokemon movies with other Mythical Pokemon in them.


We don’t often cover hacks here, but this one is too amusing to pass up. YouTuber Sam Breadman has shown a video of the SNES Classic software running on a Switch. While there’s still work to be done, it shows that it’s possible.

Here’s a look:

Breadman says that there is a reason for the somewhat poor performance. Later on, future versions will be written with a different base.


Koei Tecmo has worked with a number of Nintendo-related IPs in the past, including Pokemon, Zelda, and Fire Emblem. President Hisashi Koinuma also has his sights set on another franchise: Mario.

In an interview with Kotaku, Koinuma stated:

Yuji Naka was instrumental for the creation of Sonic. He programmed the very first game, and continued to work on the series – as well as SEGA projects – for over two decades.

Naka would eventually leave SEGA in 2006 to form his own studio Prope. Earlier this year, he joined Square Enix.

The Tonight Show will be running its popular Classroom Instruments segment later today, albeit with a major twist. Ariana Grande will be performing “No Tears Left To Cry” entirely with Nintendo Labo.

Speaking about the collaboration with Nintendo, The Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon told IGN:

Last night, Nintendo announced that the NES Classic Edition will be back in stores on June 29. Fortunately, the same news applies to Europe as well. If you haven’t purchased a system yet, you’ll have the opportunity to do so on June 29 – just like North America.

Nintendo tweeted out the news a few minutes ago:


A number of official images have been released for the Nintendo Classic Mini Famicom Weekly Shonen Jump 50th Anniversary Edition. Along with photos, we have screenshots below.

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