The Super Mario Maker series, which kicked off in the Wii U era, has achieved a major sales milestone today.
Today we have received the first official sales figures for Super Mario Maker 2 and The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.
Many Nintendo-published Wii U titles have already made their way over to the Nintendo Switch. At the onset of 2019, Nintendo has immediately kicked-off its first-party Switch line-up by releasing the New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe – a hit game ported over from Big N’s not so overly successful console: the Wii U. Since then, the Switch fandom have wondered (and speculated) what next title Nintendo might be planning to pull out from the Wii U’s sizeable catalogue.
As readers will know, Nintendo’s patents are always an interesting source of insight into the company’s big ideas. While we’ve seen the company toss around futuristic plans for bendable Joy-Con and even eye-tracking 3D visuals on TVs, a recent patent application by Nintendo seems to contain an interesting retrospective on a DS classic, instead.
How does Nintendo’s newest retro controller score on usability? Let’s find out.
Nintendo Co., Ltd have applied for a new “Information Processing” patent in Japan which could make its way into the company’s future game projects.