Last Friday, Nintendo not only released their newest console, The Nintendo Switch, but they also released their newest entry in “The Legend of Zelda” franchise – “The Breath of the Wild”. Now here’s the question – should you upgrade from the Wii U to the Switch because of this game? Advertisements
Last Friday, Nintendo released their newest console “The Nintendo Switch” and like with most devices released, there were a whole slew of destruction videos. If you’re not into those, you may enjoy a careful disassembly video of the console.
Nintendo just announced that their highly-anticipated “The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” will be getting a season pass that includes two pieces of downloadable content. Well, I guess we knew this day was coming eventually, what with the Nintendo Switch requiring you to pay to play online.
In some rather bad news on the Nintendo Switch front, the “free game” download offered as part of the Nintendo Switch’s paid online service lasts only a month. That means you lose access to that game after the month.
The Geeks are back for year 3 and they’re trying new things. Join Erik, Craig, Danielle and Mike as they discuss the Nintendo Switch January presentation. Did I saw discuss? I meant they’re doing a video commentary.
During Nintendo’s Treehouse stream on Friday, Street Fighter Executive Producer Yoshinori Ono revealed the trailer for “Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers”. Oooh… so pretty. So… much… nostalgia. Wait, was that a 3D Ryu at the end of the trailer? What the what?
Nintendo has announced “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe” for the Nintendo Switch. The updated version of the Wii U game will include everything in the original as well as new characters and a revamped Battle Mode.
Nintendo’s squidiest ink shooter, Splatoon, is getting a sequel on the Nintendo Switch. New weapons? Check. New clothing? Check. New hairdos? Heck yeah!
During their Switch presentation, Nintendo officially announced the next entry in the “Super Mario” franchise “Super Mario Odyssey”.