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Super Mario Bros Wonder character art

Original (6/24): Nintendo has posted new character art for Super Mario Bros. Wonder, showcasing Mario himself as well as Daisy and other aspects highlighted in the first trailer.

Super Mario Bros. Wonder will have several playable characters, including Daisy. Another new aspect shown off for the side-scrolling platformer is the series’ newest power-up, which lets Mario transform into Elephant Mario – that’s one of the new art pieces as well. Something else that’s different is the Wonder Flower that flips the game on its head – pipes could come alive, hordes of enemies may appear, characters might change their looks, and more.

Switch OLED - Mario Red Edition

We have a bunch of photos showing off the recently announced Switch OLED – Mario Red Edition.

The upcoming system is being made to tie in with the upcoming launch of Super Mario Bros. Wonder. However, the game itself will be sold separately.


Another Code: Recollection

Nintendo has sent out the official boxart for Another Code: Recollection. Additionally, we’ve got a look at some screenshots as well.

Below is an overview of the Switch release:

WarioWare: Move It boxart

We have the official boxart for WarioWare: Move It, which we’ve attached above. Additionally, a new set of screenshots is available.

Below is an overview of the game:

Nintendo has passed along a bunch of screenshots from Super Mario RPG, and we have the boxart as well. The announcement was made during a Nintendo Direct presentation today.

Find some information about the Switch remake below.

Super Mario Wonder boxart

Thanks to Nintendo, we have the official boxart and screenshots for Super Mario Bros. Wonder. These assets follow the reveal of the game which just happened moments ago in today’s Nintendo Direct.

Here’s what Nintendo has shared about Super Mario Bros. Wonder so far:

Nintendo is going all out with The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom with a special Switch OLED system, Pro Controller, and carrying case. We now have a closer look at all three with some new photos.

As a reminder, the Switch OLED system features a design which appears in The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, including the familiar Hylian Crest from the series on the front of the dock. The Pro Controller and carrying case also have designs based on the game.

Pikmin 4 boxart

Nintendo has shared the boxart for Pikmin 4, which we have above. Additionally, a bunch of screenshots are in.

Here’s an overview of the game:


Metroid Prime Remastered boxart

Nintendo has passed along the boxart for Metroid Prime Remastered as well as a bunch of screenshots. This follows the game’s announcement and immediate launch.

Below is an overview of the game:

Bayonetta 3 art

Bayonetta 3 has received a new batch of art. Aside from a look at the main characters like Bayonetta herself and newcomer Viola, we also get to see weapons and Demon Slaves.

Here’s an overview of Bayonetta 3:

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