Dataminers have discovered some text in the 5.5.2 system update for the Wii U that seems to point towards the upcoming demise of the Miiverse, Nintendo’s odd social network for the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. Dataminer Shiny Quagsire tweeted the following quote from the system update text. “The Miiverse service has ended,” it reads. “Miiverse and any software features that make use of Miiverse are now unavailable.”Of course, this hasn’t happened yet.
Rösti on NeoGAF gets the credit for finding the trademark applications connected to this one. They actually present two possibilities. Might we see a Nintendo 64 Classic Edition next year? Given how much money the NES Classic made Nintendo, the hype surrounding the SNES Classic and these new trademark filings, it seems very likely. Nintendo filed four separate applications with the European Union Intellectual Property Office. They were each for controllers for the N64, NES, SNES and Nintendo Switch.
A fan has made Super Mario 64 Maker, a level creator based on Super Mario Maker that’s been designed for the classic Mario 64 ROM. Nintendo will make modder Kaze Emanuar take this down. If that haven’t by the time you’re reading this, they likely will soon. It’s only a matter of time. For now, at the time of writing this post, all the videos, links and instructions are still live. You can find everything you need in the description of the video below.
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Selecting a term
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