Mark Hamill is teasing that some type of Star Wars: Episode 8 announcement will happen this Sunday.This time, he promises it won’t be a joke of some sort like his April Fool’s prank.
As he promised a few days ago, Mark Hamill teased a picture from the set of Star Wars: Episode 8.This picture harks back to The Empire Strikes Back when Yoda was on the back of Luke Skywalker.
While fans have since moved on, assuming that this was all they were going to get, a new tweet from Nintendo of Europe has ignited hopes for more DLC tracks and/or racers.Featuring an image from the classic Mario Kart 64 track Kalamari Desert, the tweet says “Good things come to those who wait.
Much like Mark Hamill tweeted out a few days ago, filming for Star Wars: Episode 8 is coming to an end soon.The actors that play Finn and C3-PO have finished filming already.
However, with the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Nintendo Switch on the horizon Nintendo has fixed the original game’s biggest issue, and the game has received a new trailer showing some of it off.There are 8 dedicated courses for this mode that feature the game modes Balloon Battle, Renegade Roundup, Bob-Omb Blast, Shine Thief and Coin Runners.
The end product, as the Nintendo Treehouse representative said, was the “Ultimate Mario Kart 8 experience.We did try out regular old Mario Kart 8 racing, and even here there were changes.
According to new info from Amazon Germany, via Nintendo Wire, it’s a pretty big jump.9GB file size from Wii U.
Rather than having to wait a few years for a completely new Mario Kart game on the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo wisely decided to port the game over to the Switch with a number of new features, some of which are shown off in a new trailer ahead of the release of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.The release for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is next Friday, April 28, so Nintendo is getting a jump on that release by releasing a new trailer for the game.
For those that plan on playing Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the go in handheld mode, the game’s resolution will drop to 720p.Like the previous release, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe supports a few different controllers schemes that all work quite well.