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indieszero made NES Remix, but Nintendo was still very much involved with the game’s development. In fact, two prominent staffers from EAD Tokyo contributed to the project.

Koichi Hayashida, director of Super Mario Galaxy 2 and Super Mario 3D Land, served as director. We found out about this previously through a message Hayashia posted on Miiverse.

Yoshiaki Koizumi also worked on NES Remix as producer. Koizumi previously directed Super Mario Galaxy and produced Super Mario Galaxy 2, Super Mario 3D Land, and Super Mario 3D World.

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Update: Accompanying this video is a message from one of the developers, Koichi Hayashida. You can find it here.


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NES Remix is 830MB

Posted on 5 years ago by (@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U eShop | 0 comments

Wondering how big of a download NES Remix is? You’ll need to reserve 830MB of space on your system’s memory or hard drive. That’s a fairly small download!

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A pair of mysterious, still unannounced games developed and published by Nintendo have appeared in the form of classification decisions on the Australian government’s classification website. The first, Steeldiver Subwars, seems to be a sequel to the early, bargain-bin filling 3DS game. A multiplayer-focused, potentially free-to-play Steel Diver game was teased by Shigeru Miyamoto earlier this year and it appears that this is the game that Nintendo and Steel Diver developer Vitei were working on.

Unlike Steel Diver, we know next to nothing about the other Nintendo game classified – NES Remix. No developer aside from Nintendo was noted and it received a “G” rating for “violence with a very mild impact.” The fact it is already classified suggests that we might hear some news about what the heck it actually is fairly soon. I’d follow this up with Nintendo of Australia but I’m not sure how quickly they can reply to a letter.

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