Category: Nintendo News

One of the most heavily rumored products from Nintendo has finally been unveiled as they have officially announced the Super Nintendo Entertainment System Classic Edition. Unveiled via Twitter just a short while ago, it is set to be released on September 29th. Aside from the NES and the SNES Classic Editions being about the same size, the SNES version will have an additional controller packed in. The SNES Classic Edition will come with 21 games which of course includes A…

When I first woke up this morning I can tell you that I didn’t expect to hear any Zelda news coming from Bethesda’s E3 conference. While it isn’t a new game or anything it’s still equally as surprising. During the event they showed off something that I for one certainly did not expect. When The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim launches for Switch later on this year you’ll be able to use a Breath of the Wild Link amiibo in order…

They say to never get in a fiddle match with the devil, especially in Georgia. Good thing we just made some bets on E3! But first, we talk about our frustrations with Nintendo’s ridiculous voice chat method for Splatoon 2. This week’s podcast is a bit late. Things are pretty hectic at the moment as my fiancee and I are finalizing things for the wedding. I’m also taking three grad courses over the summer which has constrained my schedule quite…

Big N’s plans for this year’s E3 have finally been confirmed. It will be very similar to last year’s event, which was all centered around Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Nintendo will showcase Super Mario Odyssey, the new upcoming Mario game for the Switch, as well as other upcoming titles in the year of 2017, in the Nintendo Spotlight event. This event will be taking place on June 13th 12pm ET. Immediately after this event, the Nintendo Treehouse will be…

Nintendo set quite the goal for their fiscal year: to move 10 million Switch units. President of Nintendo Tatsumi Kimishima is remaining cautious about this, however. Nikkei Asian Review has quoted Kimishima as saying that “I don’t think we can readily achieve the target [of selling 10 million consoles].” A special note from the same source indicates that “An executive at one software company said Nintendo asked it to introduce major releases ‘as early as possible.’” The software company in question is…

Stories Discussed: Nate’s Goodbye Nintendo Prime Book Club Genyo Tekada’s Retirement Breath of the Wild: DLC Pack 1 Darksiders 3 Release Trailer Darksiders 3 Gameplay

Game developers retire, and when someone as influential and long-standing as Genyo Takeda retires, it’s quite the story. Takeda was hired by Gunpei Yokoi in 1971, and worked on several under-performing titles. Takeda then went on to direct and produce several classics, including Punch-Out!!, Pilotwings 64, and Dr. Mario 64. He was also the brainchild behind the NES’s ability to save game data, the Nintendo 64’s analog stick and was the head of development for the Wii. Most recently, when Satoru Iwata…

Nintendo just released details for its first DLC pack for Breath of the Wild! Admittedly, it’s both what one could expect as well as something unexpected, but welcome nonetheless. The DLC includes six areas of new or additional content: Trial of the Sword Hero’s Path Mode Hard Mode Travel Medallion More Armor Korok Mask Trial of the Sword – “When you get to a certain sacred location, you can take on the new “Trial of the Sword” challenge. Face an onslaught…

I decided to give this a go and make this a weekly thing. I am trying to get rid of the black bars on the side of my video, but the software I’m using the record makes that a bit difficult. I’ll be playing around with some stuff in order to get rid of it. Regardless, I hope you enjoy this week’s News Roundup! Stories: BotW 2nd Best-Seller Developer Message Switch Launch Record 100% Speedrun TP HD Developer Commentary: 1,…

Only Nintendo can come out of left field with an announcement like that of the New 2DS XL. Remember all the hints and teasers leading up to the possibility of a new addition to the DS family? Neither do I. However, as far as announcements go, Nintendo might have just excited us all about a handheld console we never even knew we wanted. Compared to the original 2DS, the New 2DS XL has 82% larger screens while remaining lightweight and still…