An Epic Fire Emblem Sale Begins (In Europe)


Back in late January, for Europe, Nintendo hosted a huge Zelda sale that lasted a whole two weeks and now they wish to do the same with Fire Emblem!

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[Random] Say Hello to Li’l Judd


Yesterday the mini Judd was revealed to be named Kojudge-kun and today, thanks to the Squid Research Lab, his English name has been revealed, along with additional details. Brace yourselves, for you are about to learn all about the ball of cuteness that is Li’l Judd: Continue reading [Random] Say Hello to Li’l Judd

Nintendo Switch is Square Enix’s Priority Platform for 2017


Time and time again Square Enix has sung nothing but praises for the Nintendo Switch, and will their support for the Wii U was rather meagre, a different tale is being said as far as the Switch is concerned. Continue reading Nintendo Switch is Square Enix’s Priority Platform for 2017

Choose Your Legends Top Voted Heroes Comes to Fire Emblem Heroes this Summer


Remember the “Choose Your Legends” event that ran prior to the release of Fire Emblem Heroes? Winners were chosen but then nothing was mentioned about their forthcoming appearance, until today. Continue reading Choose Your Legends Top Voted Heroes Comes to Fire Emblem Heroes this Summer

Official Mr. Shifty Release on Switch & Steam Press Release Announcement


A little earlier on today, tinyBuild Games revealed on Twitter that Mr. Shifty is coming to both Nintendo Switch and Steam on the 13th of April, and now they’ve followed up that reveal with the full blown announcement: Continue reading Official Mr. Shifty Release on Switch & Steam Press Release Announcement

Switch Games Shown in Best Sellers List is Determined by Two Weeks of Sales


Get ready for another Switch eShop related article because this one’s ready for you!

 

Earlier this week, after a round of maintenance, a new category was added to the eShop. For Europe the new category is called Charts, whereas for the likes of America, it’s Best Sellers. Well when this new addition was made, Switch owners now had the ability to see which of the Top 15 games have been selling well in their region, but other than that, nothing was really said about it, until a Nintendo Switch News item was shared.

 

According to the little news piece, games that are shown in the charts are not games that have sold well in the last week, but in the last two weeks, which at first doesn’t seem much of a difference but it does if you take into account that a game that could sell terrible one week and then fantastically the week after, could in fact take the top place.

 

Regardless though, it is a little interesting Switch tidbit we didn’t know before and if you feel like seeing the news item for yourself, we have it right here:

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 Source: Nintendo Switch News

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review


Wizard Dojo’s 200th video game review! TheManCalledScott tackles Breath of the Wild!

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*Review based on the Nintendo Switch version*

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a beautiful contradiction. It is at once the grandest adventure Nintendo has ever made, and their most minimalistic. It defies the established conventions of the Zelda series, while simultaneously celebrating its legacy. It’s Nintendo’s first foray into the open-world genre, and yet it’s the best game said genre has ever produced. In short, Breath of the Wild is nothing short of a masterpiece, and the new standard for the Zelda franchise.

When Nintendo claimed they were making this newest Zelda title an open-world experience, it was all too easy to assume Nintendo had done something they rarely choose to do, and caved in to conform with more contemporary gaming conventions. Nintendo is usually known for going by the beat of their own drum, but it seemed Nintendo had finally opted to do what everyone…

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