On this day (January 21) in the history of Nintendo…
- Hockey was released in 1988 for the Family Computer Disk System in Japan. In this sports game, developed by Nintendo EAD in collaboration with Pax Softnica, sharpen your skates and your skills as you make your way to victory! Hockey is a competitive sport where shots are hard and actions are fast. And this game recreates all the excitement, from face-offs to penalty kicks. Choose the formation of your team by selecting the characteristics of your players and get ready for kick-off!
- The emblem of fire: Monshō no nazo was released for the Super Famicom in Japan in 1994. The tactical role-playing game, developed by Intelligent Systems, has long forged the sword and fire emblem of Falchion, which were placed in the hands of Henry to destroy Medea, the leader of the Mamkut race. Many generations passed, and a war of conspiracies began to bring Medea back to life. Marf d’Altea has fled his kingdom and must now restore the emblem of fire to put an end to Medea.
- Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3 was released in 1994 for the Game Boy in Japan. In this platform game developed by Nintendo R&D1, you play as the villain and explore the many exciting levels of Kitchen Island. Everything is really cooked on the kitchen island. Wario heard that the pirates have a gigantic golden statue of Princess Toad. After being driven out of the last castle by his rival Mario, he plans to steal the statue. Help Wario collect treasures by crashing into objects and enemies.
- Super Smash Bros. was released in Japan in 1999 for the Nintendo 64. Can Link beat Mario in this fighting game developed by HAL Labs? Can Yoshi replace Donkey Kong? Can Kirby outsmart Pikachu? The answers to these and other eternal questions are provided by Super Smash Bros, Nintendo’s original starfighter for the Nintendo 64. Through multiple universes and dimensions, Nintendo’s most beloved characters are present in this fighting game.
- Tomato Adventure was released in Japan in 2002 for the Game Boy Advance system. In this RPG developed by AlphaDream, the ketchup kingdom is a land ruled by children who love tomatoes. Children who don’t like tomatoes are sent to the village of Kobora until they learn to like them. DeMille and his girlfriend Pasaran are among the exiles. On Tomato Day, the king of the tomato kingdom, Abira, introduces the Super Cara Cookbook, a weapon that turns people into toys. He kidnaps Pasaran for his heart energy.
- The wars that lie ahead: Days of Ruin (known in PAL territories as Advance Wars: Dark Conflict) was released in 2008 for the Nintendo DS in North America. In this turn-based tactical game developed by Intelligent Systems, your commander (OC) can now go straight into battle in a new version of the Advance Wars franchise. Being a skilled strategist in the war room is one thing, but being an admirer of a warrior on the battlefield is the true test of a commander.
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