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What’s New on YouTube? (02/02/2014)

What’s New on YouTube? (02/02/2014)

by Alexandre TrottierFebruary 2, 2014

“What’s New on YouTube?” is a new feature that showcases the new content on NintendoFuse’s YouTube page, as well as a couple interesting Nintendo-related videos from around the web. Every Monday is “Music Monday”, where we upload a new song from Nintendo games. You can even vote on what next week’s song will be in the comments. On “Feature Fridays”, we’ll try to upload at least one new video feature. Additional content such as playthroughs and commentaries may pop up at random throughout the week. 

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New on NintendoFuse:

Mario Party: Island Tour – StreetPass Footage

Alex finally got a Mario Party: Island Tour StreetPass, and he decided to show the NintendoFuse community how the feature works!


Mario Party: Island Tour – Banzai Bill’s Mad Mountain Audio

Listen to the audio of the Banzai Bill’s Mad Mountain game board in the latest Mario Party game on 3DS!


Cloudberry Kingdom – Arcade Mode Playthrough

Greg plays through the Arcade Mode in Cloudberry Kingdom! It was one of his Wii U eShop Games of the Year, so be sure to check it out!


Audio – A Link Between Worlds Lorule Theme (Extended)

Check out this catchy update to a classic Legend of Zelda theme!


Around the web:

Attack on Titan X SmashBros Hand-Drawn Opening

This is the reason YouTube was created… it’s absolutely amazing!


How Saturday Night Live led to Playstation Now!

Perhaps you’ve heard of Scott Bromley, infamous among long-time fans of IGN’s Nintendo Voice Chat podcast for his constant spiking of the microphone. Well now he has his own show on Rev3Games, and it’s awesome! There’s tons of cool stuff about Nintendo games in this video, so check it out!

About The Author
Alexandre Trottier
Hailing from the frigid tundras of Canada, Alex plays video games not only to entertain himself, but also as a source of warmth to get him through the winter. Some of his favorite games of all time include Paper Mario and the Thousand-Year Door, Portal 2, and Super Mario Bros. 3.

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