Nintendo Hong Kong has put up a huge banner advertisement for Paper Mario: The Origami King in Hong Kong.
The industry numbers are in, and it looks like Nintendo has maintained its position as the first runner-up in the world of videogame TV adverts.
NPD Group, the company that tracks video game sales data in the United States, has shared some new information about video game sales for July 2020.
European Switch fans can now grab some nifty stationery based on Paper Mario’s latest Nintendo Switch adventure!
As many Paper Mario: The Origami King players will know by now, the game features various bosses that take the form of animated stationery – such as color pencils, rubber bands, and more. Here’s a little more insight into how that came about!
It looks like Nintendo has continued to take a backseat in the world of advertising videogames recently – even as one of it competitors surged forward.
Earlier this week, Nintendo finally released a patch to resolve some issues in Paper Mario: The Origami King. While some of its largest problems have been resolved, however, it looks like Nintendo might have overlooked a few more…
Nintendo has published the August 6, 2020 episode of Neko Neko! Cat Mario Time in Japan.
Nintendo has put out a new update for Paper Mario: The Origami King on Switch.
Nintendo Dream editorial team have announced a complete guidebook for the recently released Paper Mario: The Origami King in Japan.