There are tons of gaming enthusiast podcasts out in the wild, but almost none of the top-tier podcasts are made specifically for Nintendo fans. That's where we come in! We here at Gamnesia are bringing you a new episode of "Nintendo Week," a podcast made for Nintendo fans by Nintendo fans.

Join Alex, Ben, and Colin for an easygoing week on the show, with a light News Block and laid-back rounds of The Game Corner and Mystery House. This week we cover the new Splatoon Amiibo and lots of other topics, including the differences between Pokémon generations, Nintendo's strategy to follow up Splatoon, Hyrule Warriors, Waluigi, and which Mario brother is our favorite. You can check out the episode below—or if you'd like to save it to listen later, you can check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now. And be sure to head inside to get a rundown of all the Nintendo news from the last week!

According to a set of recent comments on Twitter and NeoGAF, publisher Limited Run Games is interested in giving digital-only titles Fatal Frame: Maiden of Black Water and Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies physical releases, as well as a handful of other titles. Limited Run Games is a publisher known for giving physical releases to digital-only titles, such as Oddworld: New N' Tasty and Futuridium EP Deluxe; however, they've previously only released titles for PlayStation 4 and PS Vita, so releases of Fatal Frame and Ace Attorney would be their first Wii U and 3DS titles. Head inside for more.

Nintendo fans seem more and more to be growing up alongside Nintendo consoles—that is to say that their fanbase seems primarily composed of young adults and adults who've stuck with the company through and through, and less so of younger kids who are just being introduced to the company. On the 55th episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia, a listener asked what we think Nintendo can do to start winning back kids in numbers as big as they used to see in the days of the NES and other earlier hardware. Check out the discussion video after the jump for our full in-depth response, or keep reading below for a brief, brief summary.

Nintendo is changing up their usual E3 formula this year, choosing to focus on the upcoming Zelda game for Wii U and NX. In fact, it will be Nintendo's only playable game on the E3 show floor, and Nintendo will be holding a day-long livestream presentation to showcase its gameplay. Nintendo has just launched an official E3 2016 website that encourages fans to "Step Into a World of Adventure." Right now it's just a recap of all the information Nintendo has previously announced about their Zelda-themed E3 show.

Last month Nintendo surprised us by announcing that The Legend of Zelda for Wii U will be the only playable Nintendo game at E3, and the upcoming game will be the focus of Nintendo's E3 in general. Nintendo elaborated more on their E3 plans via press release, revealing that they'll be transforming their booth at E3 "to immerse fans in the world of the newest game in The Legend of Zelda franchise" with extended demos for the game.

Additionally, Nintendo announced that Reggie Fils-Aime will be introducing the Nintendo Treehouse Live team for a special day of livestreamed gameplay of The Legend of Zelda, including commentary from developers. The stream kicks off at 9:00 AM Pacific Time on June 14th. A lucky fan and a companion will be able to enjoy the action in person via a Twitter sweepstakes. Simply tweet @NintendoAmerica and talk about what The Legend of Zelda means to you with the tags #MyZeldaLegend and #NintendoSweepstakes for a chance to win. So far, Nintendo has not announced a more traditional E3 press conference or Nintendo Direct.

Back in February, Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced that Star Wars: The Force Awakens would be getting its own LEGO game. In honor of Star Wars Day, IGN recently interviewed LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens' director, who showed off eight minutes of brand new footage from the game. In the video, you start off on the planet of Jakku as Poe Dameron and BB-8, where the director shows off some of the gameplay. The game features that classic LEGO humor and introduces the players to some brand new features, like BB-8's ability to charge vehicles.

You can check out the video after the jump!

If you've got a Wii U and you're looking to expand your collection of games, Amazon currently has a selection of popular, critically-acclaimed titles from various genres on sale. Super Mario Maker, Splatoon, and Xenoblade Chronicles X are all currently available for under $50 a piece. Yoshi's Woolly World is even cheaper at $39.99. If sports are your thing, you can pick up Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash for just $30.80. If any of these deals are up your alley, you can take advantage of them by clicking right here.

After numerous delays, Nintendo finally launched Star Fox Zero last month. The Wii U exclusive received mixed reviews prior to launch, and that translated into underwhelming sales at launch in Japan. The series hasn't pulled in particularly impressive numbers since Star Fox 64, but as it turns out, Zero actually had historically poor sales at launch. A chart using data from popular Japanese publication Famitsu compares the launch sales of each entry in the franchise since Star Fox 64 (no launch data was provided for Star Fox on Super Nintendo), and Zero is in dead last, barely trailing Star Fox Command. You can take a look at the comparison chart by clicking below.

The making of custom Mario levels has never been limited to just Super Mario Maker. Custom levels have been around since the dawn of ROM hacking with games like Kaizo Mario. More recently, fans have been making custom galaxies for Super Mario Galaxy 1 and 2 using homebrew Wii programs. One such fan named MeTheMarioMan has used one of these programs to recreate the iconic Bob-Omb Battlefield from Super Mario 64 earlier this year. The homemade level manages to pretty accurately represent the classic world with only the limited assets of Super Mario Galaxy 2. One notable exception is the absence of a traditional Chain Chomp, which, while featured prominently in Bob-Omb Battlefield, did not appear in Super Mario Galaxy 2. Those interested in exploring the level themselves can find some basic instructions on how to do so in the video description.

Hit the jump and check out the video!

In January, Nintendo revealed a free-to-play game called Mini Mario & Friends: Amiibo Challenge. The game came out last week, and you can download it now from the eShop onto your Wii U and 3DS. Nintendo has also just released a launch trailer for the game that shows off its stages, characters, and how to actually play it. It also shows you how to use Amiibo with the game and gives a sneak peek into some of the special abilities these Amiibo unlock. You can tap any Amiibo to unlock a mini toy, and you can also tap a different one at any time to change characters.

Head inside to check out the trailer!

Super Mario Maker has been a popular title on Wii U, selling over 3.5 million copies, and it owes a lot of its success to Super Nintendo classic Mario Paint. Producer Takashi Tezuka has stated that Mario Paint served as a starting point for Super Mario Maker, and the Wii U game pays homage to this fact with obvious references, like the game's Gnat Attack mode. As it turns out, there's also a not-so-obvious nod to Mario Paint hidden in the Objects Menu. If you tap the screen enough after activating the menu, you can trigger some new, cowbell-esque sound effects in Super Mario Maker that are ripped straight out of Mario Paint. Click below to see how it's done.

I am a big proponent of voice acting in games and think it would greatly benefit the Zelda series if implemented in future titles. Just to give you a feel of how voice acting would sound like in the Zelda universe, Zelda Universe has dubbed all cutscenes in Hyrule Warriors for their Hyrule Warriors: The Movie project. They recently added Linkle's Tale, and in doing so they have given much more soul to this dramatic story of a heroine without a sense of direction.

Head inside to see the dubbed version of Linkle's Tale for yourself!

It's been nearly a year since we learned that indie hit Terraria is coming to Wii U, but owners of Nintendo's home console are still waiting. Thankfully, the wait is almost over. Developer Re-Logic has announced today that the popular 2D sandbox game will finally launch on Wii U on June 24th in Europe and June 28th in North America. Additionally, they released a new trailer that highlights the game's exploration, combat, crafting, and more. You can check it out by clicking below!

Last month Hori started selling a fantastic Zelda-themed Wii U GamePad protector, giving fans the ability to save Hyrule in style! If being the very best like no one ever was is more your style, however, they've got you covered there as well. Hori has just announced that they'll soon be selling officially-licensed Pokéball-themed Wii U GamePad protectors. These beauties are available for preorder on Amazon right now, and they'll cost you $14.99. The actual release date for the protectors is June 21st. You can check out some images by clicking below!

Super Meat Boy has been out on most consoles for ages, but Nintendo fans still can't play the punishing platformer. Thankfully, that's all changing very soon, as we recently learned that Super Meat Boy is coming to the Wii U Virtual Console in Europe on May 12th.

Today we have confirmation that it will be available on the same day in North America. You'll be able to pick up Super Meat Boy for $14, which is a 20% discount. This deal is good through May 26th. Additionally, BitWorks seemed to tease an upcoming 3DS version of the game in their announcement of the Wii U release date. You can read their message by clicking below.