Everyone once in a while, there is an RPG that draws me in just like the original Final Fantasy, Zelda, and Mana games. While I was not expecting it, Earthlock has become one of my favorite adventures in recent years.
While we have seen video games based on popular game shows before, I was excited to see Wheel of Fortune and Jeopardy! packaged together in America’s Greatest Game Shows for the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately, though, that excitement was quickly diminished once I began playing.
On episode 183, we’ll share our impressions about The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on Nintendo Switch and discuss a bit of the recent news surrounding Nintendo. For instance, what is Ring Fit Adventure, did we get a Switch Lite, how was year one of the Nintendo Switch Online service, and how did we celebrate Nintendo’s 130th anniversary? As usual, we’ll also interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show!
I’ve been a fan of the Bit.Trip games ever since the WiiWare days. I’ve since played Runner2, and I was excited that Runner3 was coming to Nintendo Switch. All this makes it hard for me to say it’s been a bit of a chore to keep going back to Runner3.
Do you remember that old game called Snake that was on basically every device known to man? Picture that same idea but on a sphere similar to one of the worlds in Super Mario Galaxy. Now instead of a snake, you are piloting a bear in a space suit competing against others. This is Astro Bears, and it might be something you want to pull out at your next game night.
In episode 182, we’ll share our reactions to the big Nintendo Direct from September 4, 2019 and discuss a bit of the recent news surrounding Nintendo. As usual, we’ll also interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show.
99 players. Large-scale battles. Non-stop puzzle action. Starting today at select retailers, Nintendo Switch owners will be able to pick up a new bundle that includes the fast-paced Tetris 99 game and a 12-month membership to Nintendo Switch Online at a suggested retail price of only $29.99.
Mario Kart Tour has a release date!
In episode 181, we’ll share our reactions following the Indie World Showcase, give a review of Play NYC 2019, and discuss a bit of the recent news surrounding Nintendo. As usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show.
Nintendo highlighted 29 indie games in their Indie World Showcase today. And we have the full list of titles and release dates!
Watch live with us on August 19 for a 20 minute presentation about upcoming indie games for the Nintendo Switch.