On this day in Nintendo history, Mega Man 3 was released. This game introduced the iconic Mega Buster weapon and the ability to charge up your shots. Mario Clash is an action-platformer where players take control of Mario and must fight their way through a series of levels. Pokémon Red, Pokémon Diamond, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition, WarioWare Inc., Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Wii Fit Plus are all games that were released on this day in Nintendo history.
On This Day in Nintendo History is a blog that posts daily on all things Nintendo. Today’s post is about the release of Mega Man 3, Mario Clash, Pokémon Red and Pokémon Diamond.
On this day in Nintendo history (September 28),…
Mega Man 3 for the Family Computer was launched in Japan in 1990. Only Mega Man can rescue the day in this action/platform game from Capcom! In the third installment of the series, you’ll face off against eight new Robot Masters. In the year 200X, the infamous Dr. Wily, who has repented and is now working for the forces of good, collaborates with Dr. Light on the development of a new kind of peacekeeping robot. Only Mega Man can rescue the day when a fresh batch of eight Robot Masters escapes the lab and wreak havoc on the rest of the planet!
In Japan, Mario Clash was launched in 1995 for the Virtual Boy. Mario must remove opponents from the 40 levels of Clash House Tower in this platform/action game created by Nintendo R&D1 and inspired by Mario Bros. Platforms may be found in the front and background, and Mario and opponents can use the pipes to travel between them. To convert the Koopa Troopas into a shell, jump on them. The shell may then be used to clear any spiky opponents that emerge. You advance to the next level of the Tower after you’ve defeated all of the monsters.
In North America, Pokémon Red was released in 1998 on the Game Boy. Trainers may access 150 Pokémon in this role-playing game created by Game Freak via thrilling exploration, fights, and exchanges. As a young kid, you begin your adventure in Pallet Town. Professor Oak teaches you how to catch Pokémon and then sets you on your own as a fledgling Trainer after a perilous encounter with wild Pokémon.
In North America, Pokémon Blue was released in 1998 on the Game Boy. During your adventure across Kanto in this role-playing game created by Game Freak, you must catch Pokémon to record their information in your Pokédex, as well as compete in Gyms spread around the area to improve your Trainer skills. Once you’ve proved your worth as a Pokémon Trainer, it’s time to face the Elite Four, a formidable group of trainers who will put all you’ve learned to the test. It will not be an easy trip for you.
In Japan, Pokémon Diamond was launched on the Nintendo DS in 2006. This is the greatest Pokémon adventure yet in this role-playing game, created by Game Freak, with over 100 new Pokémon, Touch Screen gameplay, and online play via Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection! In an extremely complex RPG journey, players are forced to explore the Sinnoh area. There are new Pokémon aplenty! New Pokémon such as Mime Jr., Lucario, and Weavile, as well as the three starting Pokémon, make their appearance.
In Japan, Pokémon Pearl was launched on the Nintendo DS in 2006. Players may start their journey with a Fire-type Chimchar, Water-type Piplup, or Grass-type Turtwig in this role-playing game created by Game Freak. The opportunity to trade and fight with other Trainers is one of the most enjoyable elements of Pokémon games, and the Nintendo DS allows you to do so wirelessly, either locally or through Nintendo Wi-Fi Connection. Trainers from all around the globe may now trade and fight with one other!
In Japan, Art Academy: Second Semester was published on DSiWare in 2009. Learn advanced skills such as color mixing and pencil work enhancement in this art education program created by Headstrong Games. Combine your talents to create a full-fledged piece of art!
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Anniversary Edition was published globally for the Nintendo DSiWare system in 2011. Expect traditional 2D multiplayer adventure as two to four players wirelessly connect their Nintendo DSi, Nintendo DSi XL, or Nintendo 3DS devices and work together to rescue Princess Zelda when Link divides into four with the aid of the Four Sword in this action-adventure game created by GREZZO. As Link, you and up to three of your pals will each wear a different-colored tunic. As you explore and play in four themed zones, make sure you cooperate together.
Chrom and Tiki were among the first wave of Fire Emblem amiibo released in Japan in 2017.
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