9 posts tagged next level games
Those of you hoping for a Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon release date came away from this morning’s Nintendo Direct disappointed, but the livestream did give us this look at the game’s new U.S. cover. So, there’s that.
And in the presentation held across the pond, Nintendo of Europe president Satoru Shibata had the following to say:
“[Mario] maybe needs a little holiday in 2013. And maybe he will have the chance now as Luigi is finally ready to step out of Mario’s shadow in 2013. 2013 is going to be the year of Luigi. It’s going to start with Luigi’s Mansion 2.”
I wonder what plans the company has in mind?
PREORDER Luigi's Mansion Dark Moon
E3 gameplay clip for Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon — one last video for the night before we’re deluged by a flood of 3DS game media from tomorrow’s software presentation.
I wonder if the developer behind this, Next Level Games (Punch Out!!) has other 3DS projects in development?
Entire Luigi’s Mansion 2 demo recorded at E3 (audio directly captured). Oh man, Luigi is the beesssstttttt!
See also: More Nintendo 3DS news and media
[Via Nintendo World Report]
An old life for old fighters, shot by James Cao.
Preorder: Punch-Out!! ($39.97)
If you plan to buy Punch-Out!!, you might as well take advantage of this deal and save ten bucks.
If you don’t foresee yourself purchasing the game, then please enjoy this artwork of Doc Louis stealing an Excitebike, drawn by by Hyliaman:
See also: Punch-Out!! promotional video
New Punch-Out!! trailer.
I love Disco Kid’s goofy “getting punched in the stomach” animation. You’re alright by me, Disco Kid!
Preorder: Punch-Out!! (Releasing May 18th)
See also: Punch-Out!!’s glorious boxart
Punch-Out!!’s glorious boxart. Just a quick warning — we’re going to talk about boxes all day today.
“Punch-Out!! launches May 18 and brings back all of the fun of the beloved, classic NES game that thrilled players in the early 1990s.
Boxers battle as iconic hero Little Mac as they fight their way through a cast of new and familiar boxing opponents on their quest to win the coveted WVBA (World Video Boxing Association) Championship Belt.”