Nintendo made two big announcements today. Firstly, The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword will be made available to Wii U users from today onwards. Wii U users will be able to enjoy their favorite role playing game. Secondly, Super Mario Maker will be soon available to Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo new games will be released soon this year.
Nintendo new games addition of Mario to Wii U
After Wii U went portable with its games the coming of Super Mario Maker to Nintendo 3DS is good news. The game is based on allowing users to structure their own 2D Super Mario level but now Wii U version with its new 3DS edition will allow users to build their own Mario levels as well. The verge reports that players will be able to drag down obstacles, enemies and every item to their touch screen.
Super Mario Maker will be made available to the users on 3DS on the 2nd of December, which can be accounted as an early Christmas present by Nintendo to Wii U users. The game will be portable and users can also share their levels with other friends over local wireless connection. The aim is to bring users together with a zoom in on connecting local users in the game.
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The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword is one of the critically acclaimed games and now users can play it on their Wii U. The publishers of the game also made another announcement for holiday season coming up, where Zelda amiibos will soon be available in stores. The figurines will only be a handful. It is to be noted that the figures spanning throughout the stories will be available on stores which includes a lifelike adult link from Ocarina of Time, a cartoon link and Zelda from the Wind Waker. A block retro link figurine from the original The Legend of Zelda would also be available this season.
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