On this day in Nintendo history, a new installment of the iconic Mario & Luigi RPG series is released. The game had been delayed for three years and was met with mixed reviews from critics. A remake of Ocarina of Time also releases on November 23rd marking the 20th anniversary since its original release. Finally, F-Zero: GP Legend debuts as one last game before Super Smash Bros 4’s launch while 1080° Avalanche makes its debut as well.
On this day in Nintendo history (November 28),…
- Golf was launched in Japan in 1989 for the Game Boy. Meet your caddy at the tee in this Nintendo-developed sports game. This game has 32 holes of realistic golf action, complete with hazards that vary with each round. Each hole has a unique set of dangers, so planning ahead is essential. Read the wind direction, measure the distance, choose a club, fine-tune your swing, and maintain your gaze on the ball. Then drive it back to your house. Each hole’s points will be recorded on a scorecard.
- In Japan, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time Master Quest for the Nintendo GameCube was published in 2002. A revamped version of the original Ocarina of Time is included in this action/adventure game created by Nintendo EAD alongside Nintendo Software Technology. The game has a lot of the same material as the original Ocarina of Time, but with revamped, more challenging dungeons, similar to a Second Quest. On an unique extra DVD, which also had the original Ocarina of Time, was made available.
- In Japan, F-Zero: GP Legend was published on the Game Boy Advance in 2003. The year is 2201 in this racing game by Suzak Inc., and the ultra-high-speed F-ZERO is the most popular sport in the world. Take control of eight distinct characters, including Captain Falcon and newcomer Rick Wheeler, a policeman who was wounded in the past but has been resurrected to help bring down the criminal gangs that are profiting off F-ZERO.
- In PAL areas, 1080° Avalanche was released in 2003 for the Nintendo GameCube. Experience the most thrilling snowboarding experience this side of the real thing in this racing/extreme sports game produced by Nintendo Software Technology! As you learn snowboarding physics and an all-new trick system, as well as silky controls that recreate the sensation of gliding through fresh mountain-top powder, your pleasure will snowball.
- In North America, Mario & Luigi: Partners in Time was published in 2005 for the Nintendo DS. Mario and Luigi partner up with their younger selves in this role-playing game produced by AlphaDream, in a time-twisting, tongue-in-cheek adventure that sees the heroic siblings battle a new foe: mushroom-like aliens known as Shroobs! Take control of both the adult and child versions of the heroes, and utilize their special abilities in fight situations as you get hands-on with the controls.
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