Geod has done the impossible. He’s created an NES emulator that changes your original NES roms and transforms them into 3D! 3DSEN has been in development for over 5 years and even has a VR version you can pick up on Steam. 3DSEN PC Steam release set for June 19th 2020!
I’ve seen a lot of backlit display mods for the original Game Boy, but this one just doesn’t compare.
DMG IPS Mod Kit from Hand-Held Legend: https://handheldlegend.com/products/g…
Hi, this in depth video shows a Brook Power-Bay Nintendo Switch Dock. This small dock packs in 2 GameCube controller ports, 2 USB ports and allows 2 separate Bluetooth headphone connections.
Today we take a look at all 285 issues of Nintendo Power Magazine.
From the debut issue from the summer of 1988 to the final farewell issue im December 2012
Learn the complete history behind Super Mario Bros. 2 and its Japanese counterpart, Yume Kōjō: Doki Doki Panic.
If building the Nintendo Labo piano seems like it’d be too much hassle, this new piece of software heading to Switch later this week might well come in as a handy alternative.
Simply called Piano, this new app lets you transform your Switch into a mini piano wherever you go. It comes with a free play mode, where you can tinkle the ivories to your heart’s content, and also includes nine tutorials of “classic” songs if you happen to be a beginner.
We don’t have any footage to share with you sadly, but judging by these screenshots provided by Nintendo, Piano may well be best suited for young, aspiring pianists rather than already-accomplished musicians.
After months of waiting it’s not Nintendo that has broken the silence about what they’re up to, but a series of leaks, which seem to confirm the company is planning a new remaster compilation. News began leaking out yesterday, from multiple sources, that Nintendo is planning to celebrate the 35th anniversary of Super Mario Bros. with remasters or remakes of a number of older 3D games, with Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy (presumably both of them) being mentioned by name.
Just when we thought our theme parks couldn’t get any better, we’ve caught wind that a Super Nintendo World is planning to set up camp inside of our very own Universal Studios Hollywood! Soon, gamers of all ages and expertise will get to experience an immersive world created around what may arguably be the most recognized video games in the world.
As of right now, all the buzz is centered around Universal Studios Japan and it’s Super Nintendo World opening ahead of the 2020 Summer Olympics. Though there isn’t much information released about the new theme park, Newsweek reports that it will be filled with “incredibly fun rides, shops, a restaurant, and interactive gameplay throughout the land.” If your mind is as blown as ours, wait ’till you watch this video below of ride-testing of some sort in Japan!
Players have been emulating and modding Super Mario 64 for years now. But a new port of the game has mysteriously popped up online: a fully functional, native 4K version of the game for PC, powered by DirectX 12.
A YouTube channel called Unreal (no relation to Epic Games’ property of the same name) posted a 12-minute gameplay video of the new port, which was spotted by VGC. It looks like the Super Mario 64 you remember, not the one that actually existed on your Nintendo 64. This version of the game is not emulated, and has built-in controller support, including the ability to use analog sticks to move the camera.