Like many other Club Nintendo members who achieved Platinum status last year, I recently received an email with four special codes to download an early copy of the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS demo (the extra codes are for your friends). This demo will be available to everyone on September 19, but I took some video to give you a sneak peek!
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Mario Kart 8 has a neat new feature called "Mario Kart Television" that is a surprisingly big deal in the game. These auto-generated clips are one of the best new additions to the series, allowing you to quickly relive the best moments of your race. The smartest thing of all, though, is that Nintendo allows these to be shared outside of the game with a direct YouTube upload integration. With all of that mind, I wanted to share a few of my first videos with the game.
With the launch of the GameCube in September 2001, Nintendo finally broke away from the once-mighty cartridge and caught up to the rest of world with a disc-based console. Of course, the discs were half the normal size and the system lacked DVD playback, a major selling point of its competitors, but the GameCube was certainly not lacking in the karting department. Mario Kart Double Dash!! released in November of 2003 and brought the Mario Kart into the new generation.