New Super Mario Bros.

Famitsu reveals Japan’s 100 best-selling games of the century

Japanese gaming mag Famitsu has published a list of the nation’s top-100 best-selling games from the 21st Century.

New Super Mario Bros. headlines

  • New Super Mario Bros. 2 'took 46 minutes to download' - Report

    New Super Mario Bros. 2 leads Nintendo’s approach to dispensing full retail games via the 3DS eSHop. However, the game has taken Siliconera 46 minutes to download, and it’s only 340MB.

  • Nintendo systems moved 12 million units in the US during 2011

    Nintendo has announced that it sold 12 million total hardware units in the US during 2011, marking the fifth year in a row it has accomplished such a feat. This includes more than 4.5 million units of Wii, more than 4 million 3DS systems, and over 3.4 million units of NDS systems.

  • Nintendo drops price of DS Lite to $99.99 in the US while Mario goes red

    Nintendo has dropped the suggested retail price of DS Lite to $99.99 and it has also announced that Mario games will be re-boxed for that customers can easily identify them.

  • Wii Sports Resort, Layton top Nintendo games of 2009 in UK

    ELSPA’s announced that Wii Sports Resort and Professor Layton and the Curious Village were the top-selling Wii and DS games, respectively, last year in the UK.

  • Japanese New Super Mario Bros. Wii sells 936,734 week one

    Famitsu’s reporting that Super Mario Bros. Wii has sold 936,734 units in its first week, beating Super Smash Bros. Brawl, which sold 816,000 titles in the same time-frame. According to Sinobi, the game managed 422,000 units in its first day. Hot banana. Thanks, Andriasang and Kotaku.

  • UK charts: Modern Warfare 2 keeps No. 1 despite 32% sales drop

    Guess what? Modern Warfare 2 stays No.1 at the UK charts, although it did get a 32% sales drop. The top three is rounded off by Assassin’s Creed II and New Super Mario Bros. Deja vu? Nothing much happening other then that. Find the full top ten below.

  • New Super Mario Bros. 'Demo Play' doesn't play for you after all

    Remember that whole Demo Play thing that had hardcore Mario masters up in arms a couple months ago? Well, as it turns out, it might not be that big of a deal. According to a Nintendo of Europe product listing, Demo Play’s just a gentle push in the right direction – not an autopilot. “New […]

  • Rumour: New Super Mario Bros sequel for Nintendo E3 presser?

    Take a look at this. It was shot inside the Nintendo E3 conference, which is due to start in 35 minutes. Now, take a look at this. That’s the Nintendo booth on the E3 showfloor. What could it all mean? Watch out liveblog to find out. Nearly there.

  • Nintendo has red and blue DS packs for Black Friday

    Nintendo’s announced red and blue DS bundles for the Black Friday sales, as you can see on Gamasutra. The red one’s got a big ‘M’ on it, whih probably makes it worth buying. Unless you’re waiting for a DSi. Red comes with New Super Mario Bros., blue comes with Brain Age: Train Your Brain in […]