Nintendo May Be Headed Your Way This Holiday

Gift MarioNintendo of America is not taking the slow and quiet route out of this year, as we head into the holiday season. For the most part, going into Holiday 2015, gamers and fans are pretty aware of all that is heading their way from Nintendo. However, that is certainly not stopping Nintendo from promoting their major titles around the country.

All the hottest video games of the holiday season will be on display when Nintendo visits 16 malls around the country from Nov. 23 to Dec. 20. Holiday shoppers who want to make a fun pit stop can try the Japanese sensation YO-KAI WATCH game, which just hit U.S. shores on Nov. 6, the New Nintendo 3DS XL system, amiibo and more.

Fans will also get the opportunity to check out some other games on Nintendo 3DS as well as the Wii U.

And the Nintendo fun doesn’t end there! In addition to YO-KAI WATCH, other Nintendo 3DS games available to play include The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes, Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon, Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer, Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash, Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Mario Kart 7.

For Wii U, the scheduled lineup includes Super Mario Maker, Splatoon, Mario Tennis: Ultra Smash, Yoshi’s Woolly World, Skylanders SuperChargers from Activision and Super Smash Bros. for Wii U.

With so many games, yet so few locations, it’s important to know exactly where/how to get your hands on these game experiences.

Visitors can also check out the latest amiibo figures and visit Nintendo’s colorful interactive space to receive free giveaways and Nintendo Holiday Gift Guides, while supplies last. Nintendo holiday “gurus” will be on-site as well to assist gift givers with questions, and provide recommendations to those looking for the perfect gift from Nintendo. While supplies last, visitors can also receive a coupon for use on Nintendo products at Toys R Us locations this holiday season.

Celebrate the holiday season with Nintendo at the following locations:

  • South Shore Plaza in Braintree, Massachusetts
  • Woodfield Mall in Schaumburg, Illinois
  • Stonebriar Centre in Frisco, Texas
  • Cherry Creek Shopping Center in Denver, Colorado
  • Memorial City Mall in Houston, Texas
  • The Oaks in Thousand Oaks, California
  • Dolphin Mall in Miami, Florida
  • Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota
  • Perimeter Mall in Atlanta, Georgia
  • Queens Center Mall in Elmhurst, New York
  • King of Prussia Mall in King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
  • Scottsdale Fashion Square in Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Washington Square in Portland, Oregon
  • Westfield Valley Fair in Santa Clara, California
  • Westfield Southcenter in Seattle, Washington
  • Tysons Corner Center in McLean, Virginia

With only 16 locations, it’s unfortunate that many around the country will not have the opportunity to get to any of the above listed locations, but Nintendo has not forgotten about you.

Fans unable to make it to one of these locations can visit http://happyholidays.nintendo.com, where all members of the family can customize their own Nintendo holiday wish lists and then print, email or share it with friends and family.

This 2015 Holiday push is fantastic, to say the least. Fans will absolutely get the opportunity to ensure that they very things they are looking for are not mistaken. Whether they are looking for Nintendo 3DS games, Wii U games, hardware, or even amiibo, Nintendo has them covered.

Will you be heading out to visit any of the malls listed above? If not, will you take advantage of the wishlist option? What else do you think Nintendo could do to keep Nintendo products on the minds of consumers this holiday season?

As always, gaming is meant to be fun, so keep gaming!!


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