On the 5th of March, Nintendo gamers can enjoy the game we now know will be called Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Tipping Stars. For $19.99, gamers will receive the game as a cross-buy title for both the 3DS and the Wii U. Using the level editor, gamers can share their creations using the Miiverse with their friends, even cross-platform.

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A new Wii U title from Bandai Namco was announced in this morning's Nintendo Direct. The 4-player co-op game, tentatively titled "Project Treasure," will be free-to-play. Katsuhiro Harada, best known for his work on the Tekken series, describes the gameplay as following a formula in which "the basic aim is to clear traps, route enemies, and seize treasure." While it was noted that a release date could not yet be discussed, it's likely that this game will not be available in the near future as the announcement contained no game footage.

In today's Nintendo Direct broadcast, we got to see some footage of Kirby and the Rainbow Curse. The game's features were explained in English by director of product marketing, Bill Trinen.

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We learnt from today's Nintendo Direct broadcast that the upcoming Wii U game Mario Party 10 will be compatible with Amiibo figurines, allowing you to use them in gameplay. Each Amiibo introduces a new game board to the game based on that character, so Peach will have a Peach-themed board, Yoshi will have a Yoshi-themed board, and so on.

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Here's an interesting tidbit from today's Nintendo Direct: the exceedingly rare Marth Amiibo figure is coming back.

Nintendo announced that the Amiibo figure will resume production to prepare for the launch of Intelligent Systems' Code Name: S.T.E.A.M., which is compatible with Fire Emblem Amiibo figures. So don't go online to buy that figure for three-digit amounts of cash just yet. Wait a few weeks and Marth should be back on store shelves.

You may or may not have heard of IronFall. The game is an upcoming third-person shooter from independent developer VD-dev. Exclusive to Nintendo 3DS, Ironfall: Invasion aims to show how much power the handheld is capable of.

The game launches on the Nintendo eShop next month. What's more, it will use the C-stick of the New Nintendo 3DS XL to control the camera. The game also runs at silky smoother sixty frames per second, so you don't have to worry about lag messing up your aim. Not to mention the six-player online mode and single-player campaign.

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During today's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo announced the release date for The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3D: it's February 13, the same day as the New Nintendo 3DS XL. They also confirmed some New 3DS exclusive features, as well as a special edition New 3DS XL. The game itself is not bundled with the special edition and must be purchased separately, which we've confirmed with GameStop.

On New 3DS, Majora's Mask 3D will take advantage of the advanced 3D tracking, as well as offer full camera control via the New 3DS C-stick. This'll bring the game up to full modern standards for third-person camera control – a feat that Ocarina of Time 3D couldn't achieve when it launched in 2011.

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Intelligent Systems's upcoming Code Name: S.T.E.A.M. is a new strategy IP coming to Nintendo 3DS later this year. To celebrate the game's release, Nintendo is looking to celebrate an older franchise from Intelligent Systems: Fire Emblem.

By scanning a Fire Emblem Amiibo into the game, players can add characters from that universe into their brigade. Marth, Ike, Lucina, and Robin figures will all be compatible with S.T.E.A.M., and each one offers new abilities. For example, Marth brings the Falchion and Lode Star ability to the fight. Ike can use an axe, as well as Aether.

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In today's Nintendo Direct, we found out that Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker will be compatible with the upcoming Toad Amiibo. By tapping your Toad Amiibo to the GamePad, you will make a small 8-bit Toad appear hiding in each level. The extra software required for this will be added in an update on March 20th, 2015, the same day the Toad Amiibo comes out.

Will you be getting a Toad Amiibo for your copy of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker? Let us know below!

The New Nintendo 3DS is coming out soon, and so are its exclusives; a port of Xenoblade Chronicles is one of them. The game is being developed by Monster Games, the developer behind titles such as Excite Truck. Monster recently brought Donkey Kong Country Returns to the Nintendo 3DS, so they aren't newcomers to this porting business.

Alongside the announcement of Monster's involvement, today's Nintendo Direct also brought news of the game's release window. Xenoblade Chronicles will arrive on the New Nintendo 3DS XL in April, two months after the system's launch. Get geared up for adventure again, as this is the perfect way to get ready for Monolith's Xenoblade Chronicles X.