Get ready for another big update in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as the return of the AC Nintendo Switch and amiibo cards!
In what seems like it will be a monthly showcase, Nintendo was back this morning with another Direct Mini, showing off several games from third-party developers.
On episode 206 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we’ll discuss what we’ve been playing and talk about the Super Mario 35th Anniversary Direct announcements. We’ll also cover recent Nintendo-related news, like the Ubisoft Forward event, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity’s announcement, Nintendo possibly preparing for 4K, and much more. And as usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
While Apple, Google, and Epic battle it out over Fortnite in the mobile app stores, Nintendo has struck a deal for a special edition Nintendo Switch bundle. The only catch is that this is exclusive to Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
Super Mario 3D All-Stars will soon be available for a limited time offer. According to Nintendo, you can only buy the collection of three games from September 18, 2020, until “approximately March 31, 2021.” If you want an extra bonus on your pre-order, though, check out these deals that Gamestop, Walmart, and Target have announced: Joy-Con covers, stickers, and magnets.
While it was rumored and even predicted on our last podcast, Nintendo fans still woke up surprised this morning to see a Super Mario Bros. 35th Anniversary Direct this morning sitting on their YouTube subscriptions page along with several announcements that were not included in the original rumors.
Last month, Epic Games made the huge announcement that Rocket League was soon going free-to-play across all platforms. According to a follow-up announcement today, we also found out that Nintendo Switch players will also be able to play online without the need for a paid Nintendo Online account. They also provided a lot more details on new ranks, challenges, friend list, modes, hit boxes, playlists, and more.
On episode 205 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we’ll discuss what we’ve been playing and get Hassan’s exclusive review of the LEGO Super Mario and LEGO NES sets. We’ll also cover recent Nintendo-related news, like the August Nintendo Direct Mini, Gamescom, Switch Pro rumors, the future of SEGA Ages, and more. And as usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
There have been constant rumors surrounding Nintendo Direct videos all year, but they were especially heating up this last week with industry experts saying we would get one as early as August 28. Either they were wrong or someone at Nintendo hit the publish button too early, because awoke to a surprise Partner Showcase this morning, August 26.
Nintendo continues to show huge support of the independent gaming community. In this morning’s Indie World Showcase, they spotlighted 23 new games and a free update to an existing standout indie game.
On episode 204 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we’ll discuss what we’ve been playing and recap the latest Indie World Showcase and Play NYC 2020. We’ll also cover recent Nintendo-related news, like the newest sales numbers, the announcement of Pikmin 3 on Switch, rumors about Mario and Zelda’s 35th anniversary, and more. And as usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
Amidst the rumors of another Nintendo Direct, Nintendo just sent us a press release for the next Indie World Showcase. It will be tomorrow, August 18, and it will run for approximately 20 minutes starting at 9:00 am Pacific Time (12:00 pm Eastern Time).
Did you want an Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Luigi’s Mansion 3, or Ring Fit Adventure theme for Tetris 99 but missed them the first time around? They’re back, and you’ll only need 50 points, rather than 100, to get them in the 16th MAXIMUS Cup.
Get ready to head out to the far reaches of space with Alph, Brittany, and Charlie. Pikmin 3 is about to make its way from the Wii U to the Nintendo Switch in a Deluxe format on October 30, 2020.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate just got its 8.1 update, which no one was expecting. While it does not include some missing elements players have been asking for, it does include a few updates that many should enjoy.