Saturday, August 1, 2015

Nintendo Celebrates National Kids Day

Being a kid is awesome! And on National Kids Day on Aug. 2, Nintendo wants to help you celebrate with the youngsters in your life. To encourage adults to spend more meaningful and quality time with their children, the gaming company wants to bring out the inner kid in every parent, aunt, uncle or cousin to play some of your favorite games with that special youngster in your life. Below is a snapshot of unforgettable games that can help bring nostalgic adults and kid gamers together.

Create Your Own Super Smash Bros. Tournament: Create your own Super Smash Bros. tournament at home and have your kid challenger show you who the real pro is! Available for the New Nintendo 3DS and Wii U systems, Super Smash Bros. is a game that kids can’t get enough of. First introduced in 1999 for the Nintendo 64 system, this series has generated a significant cult following with many gamers and is playable for everyone from veterans to newbies.

Mario Kart 8 Flashback: The latest game in the series was released on Wii U in May 2014. But since then, Nintendo has made additional downloadable content available for purchase that adds new characters and courses to your already fun kart-racing experience. Though young players cannot get enough kart action, adults nostalgic for past games will have fun behind the wheel showing off driving skills mastered when they were kids!

Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Ruby Alpha Sapphire Challenge:  Pokémon Omega Ruby and Pokémon Ruby Alpha Sapphire are fun Nintendo 3DS games that can engage players of any age. Bring out your inner kid and challenge the children in your life. Players will be able to fly high above the region to access new areas and even find powerful Legendary Pokémon from past games. The game offers text for kids to read and helps them learn both strategy and negotiation as they battle or trade their Pokémon with other players.

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