Submitted by Valay 836d ago | news

Nintendo characters confirmed for Scribblenauts Unlimited

Warner Bros. just annouced that Mario and Zelda characters will be joining the game. (Scribblenauts Unlimited, Wii U)

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fourtwenty2009  +   836d ago
What, no Bowser or Ganon?
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ninjabake  +   836d ago
I thought this game would be a perfect fit for paper Mario characters. Good to see some in here
wiiulee  +   836d ago
nintendo seem to be doing their best to court third parties and they are winning them over
Blastoise  +   836d ago
Great games, I think they're more suited for handhelds though
RmanX1000  +   836d ago
Now this is a nice touch XDDD
Deathdeliverer  +   836d ago
I just reserved this at Gamestop today. When my girl saw the hat (the one the main character wears) as a pre-order bonus it was a done deal. I've always wanted to give scribblenauts a spin and I guess theres no better time than with my incoming black Wii U.
DA_SHREDDER  +   836d ago
Rockoman16  +   836d ago
Oh wow!, that looks so cool!

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