Let’s Talk About… Super Mario Run (Still no Sign of the android Release)


Welcome back to Let’s Talk About! The Miketendo64 series that comes in written, video and recorded form and in today’s edition, Mike and I are back to voice our views and opinions quite literally in today’s Let’s Talk About Podcast!

 

Coming up in today’s show, it didn’t have a Mar10 Day tie in. There has yet to be any talk of its forthcoming android release  and it’s almost as if there’s been put on the back burner! Let’s Talk About Super Mario Run! Continue reading Let’s Talk About… Super Mario Run (Still no Sign of the android Release)

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[Event] A Time to Play with Dragons! (Pokémon Duel version 3.0.4)


Following the release of version 3.0.4 of Pokémon Duel, the latest event is underway and the Dragon-types have come to play!

 

As with every cup, new figures have been added, which this time includes Dragonite, who can only by earned by achieving 35 wins. Wins that can help you get plenty of boosters that can be redeemed until the 30th of March. Additionally, all Dragon-type Movement figures 1 &2 now have an increase of 1 for Movement and Fairy-types now have an Attack increase of 20 for each attack. Continue reading [Event] A Time to Play with Dragons! (Pokémon Duel version 3.0.4)

A Trio of Tomorrow Corporation Titles Comes to the North American Switch eShop Later this Week!


Tomorrow Corporation’s World of Goo, Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine may have missed the Nintendo Switch launch, but they will be making their Switch debut later this week.

Granted the debut is only for North America, but the European release of all three titles is still planned, only at this moment in time, Tomorrow Corporation are unable to give a release date three titles for Europe. But remember, the Switch is region free. As long as you have a Nintendo Account with North America selected as its chosen region, you can of course access the eShop that way to get the games early. Continue reading A Trio of Tomorrow Corporation Titles Comes to the North American Switch eShop Later this Week!

Global Testfire Demo for Splatoon 2 is Available now! (For Japan & North America)


The time to get our ink on is almost upon us, are you ready?

 

With the first Splatoon 2 Global Testfire set to dominate all next weekend, the downloadable demo is available now from the eShop, for North America and Japan. Granted you can’t actually do anything with it as soon as it’s downloaded until next weekend, but it’s small in size anyway so it won’t take up too much space on your Switch if that’s something you were worried about. Continue reading Global Testfire Demo for Splatoon 2 is Available now! (For Japan & North America)

(Video) The Making Of: The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild


Nintendo Of America have just uploaded a new web series that dives into the Making Of The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild. The series is broken in to three episode and look into the how it began, the characters and story and the “Open-Air” Concept. If You are a Zelda Fan or even if you aren’t but are enjoying Breath Of The Wild regardless, you may find this series very interesting to watch. Because we are such nice guys and girls here at Miketendo64, we have done you the favour of having to look for these videos on Youtube and you can watch them directly below. Alternatively you can find them on Nintendo’s YouTube Channel. 

Please note that these videos may contain spoiler to Breath Of The Wild, If you don’t want any Spoilers, turn away now.

The Beginning

 

Story & Characters

 

Open-Air Concept

 

Source: Nintendo (YouTube)

SuperData Reveals Nintendo Switch to have Sold 1.5 Million Units in its First Week


Well, if Nintendo refuses to give us a number, I guess we’ll just have to listen to the sales tracking firm SuperData instead.

 

According to a gamesindustry.biz article, SuperData states, Nintendo has sold 1.5 million Switch units worldwide and those numbers do contain data that has been provided by GFK and Famitsu. However those numbers are just for first week sales. Nintendo always said would sell 2 million units during March and if those numbers are true, than that figure could easily have been reached already. But that’s not all! Continue reading SuperData Reveals Nintendo Switch to have Sold 1.5 Million Units in its First Week

The Miketendo Strip: Issue #16: Life After Metroid Pt.4


If you’ve come here seeking a laugh, you’ve come to the right place. I am avlongman9 and I am the illustrator of The Miketendo Strip! and today we have a new instalment for you to enjoy!

 

Since we seem to revisit our little Life After Metroid series every four instalments, it’s time to revisit that series once again. After all, Fem Shep has joined the case, so it’s about time we see how she’s settling in with the group, except instead of attending a meeting, they’ve all decided to attend Club Sugar instead. To find out what could possibly happen next, make sure you scroll down and find out: Continue reading The Miketendo Strip: Issue #16: Life After Metroid Pt.4

The First of Sun & Moon 4th Global Mission Rewards are Available Now


The 4th Global Mission for Pokémon Sun & Moon is well and truly over and the time to collect the first of our rewards has arrived.

 

Due to collectively earning 15,671,838 Battle Points from the Battle Tree as opposed to the mere 500,000 we needed to get to prove ourselves worthy of getting both 2,000 to 4,000 FC (depends if you have a PGL account or not) and a Heavy Ball, anyone who logs in today and pays a visit to the receptionist in the Festival Plaza, can now claim their deserved Festival Coins. As for the Heavy Ball and the Rare Candy you’re entitled to as long as you earned 3 BP of your own, that will be distributed a little later on this month via a Serial Code on the Pokémon Global Link website. Continue reading The First of Sun & Moon 4th Global Mission Rewards are Available Now

Breath of the Wild and Snipperclips Wallpaper American Rewards are Added to My Nintendo


Just like how the European My Nintendo saw the addition of wallpaper rewards, the American version is getting a similar treatment, only instead of Mario, they get Link. Continue reading Breath of the Wild and Snipperclips Wallpaper American Rewards are Added to My Nintendo

4 Reasons Why You Should Play Fire Emblem Heroes Today (Complete March 14th Content Coverage)


*Although we modified it to suit our own purposes, Feature Image original art credit goes to Auromaster from deviantart.com

 

It is the 14th of March, 2017 and with it has come a plethora of reasons to play Fire Emblem Heroes today and we’re going to count them down for you! Continue reading 4 Reasons Why You Should Play Fire Emblem Heroes Today (Complete March 14th Content Coverage)

Link Rider Breath of the Wild Amiibo Review


The Breath of the Wild Amiibo reviews keep coming! Find out if Rider Link is worth your money or not!

NintendoFigures.com

When Amiibo first were coming out, I would buy them in bunches on release date.  Any Amiibo, no matter whether I thought it would be common or not, I would get it, because who knew when I would see it again.  More recently, I’ve been buying Amiibo as I review them and not worrying too much about scarcity.  Well it would appear that these new Breath of the Wild Amiibo are selling quite well and several stores I’ve checked near me have sold most or all of their stock.  Nintendo will absolutely be making more but for the short term, it may hard to track these Amiibo down.

Based on my experience, the one Amiibo you are likely to see on shelves right now is Rider Link.  I picked him up a week after release and the stores I have been to seem to have Rider Link and nothing else…

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