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[Feature] M64 Selects Castle Games on Nintendo Switch

Welcome to M64 Selects, the feature series where we head over to the Switch eShop with a keyword in mind and highlight four of the games that pop up. In today’s installment, our keyword is none other than Castle and these are the four games selected by yours truly:   *All games listed are from… View Article
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[Guide] Upcoming amiibo for 2020 & Beyond

*Last Updated: October 06, 2020   Since the introduction of amiibo on June 10, 2014, the toys-to-life product has gone on to be compatible with three pieces of hardware (Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Wii U and the Nintendo Switch,) and just when it looks like amiibo might finally be on its way out the door, recent months have shown to us… View Article
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[Feature] M64 Selects Crazy Games on Nintendo Switch

Welcome to M64 Selects, the feature series where we head over to the Switch eShop with a keyword in mind and highlight four of the games that pop up. In today’s instalment, our keyword is none other than Crazy and these are the four games selected by myself (Jack):   *All games listed are from… View Article
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[Feature] An Ode to the Nintendo 3DS (Love Letters from the M64 Team)

All things come to an end, and now, much like the Nintendo Wii U in recent years, we now must bid farewell to the Nintendo 3DS. It went from being announced in March 2010 and before April 2011, had been successfully released in the Americas, Europe, Australia, and of course, Japan. In the 9 years that have passed since the handheld system as seen the… View Article
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Partner Showcase | September 2020

[Feature] Let’s Talk About The Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase | September 2020

Nintendo fans have clamored for new game information in 2020. They love their directs, and they want one now, so Nintendo has started doing showcases with 3rd parties. These are short, but they showcase new games for the Nintendo Switch. There has been a lot of mixed reactions to these showcases by fans. They want… View Article
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Monster Hunter Rise

[Guide] Introducing the “Featured Games” of the September 2020 Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase

The third Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase (September 2020), has come and gone and just like always, the contents are a rather mixed bag. Some games shown were expected and some were pleasant surprises. (Looking at you Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin!) Whatever the case may be, you can count on us to… View Article
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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

[Feature] The Importance of Being Patient With Video Games Delays

Video game fans are unique. They hate it when games are unfinished and don’t live up to their expectations, but they also hate it when a game gets delayed. Gamers forget that delaying a game can help its quality. Don’t get mad at a game delay. That shows the developers and publishers care about the… View Article
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Legends of Ethernal

[Preview] Legends Of Ethernal by Lucid Dreams Studio

I recently had the opportunity to preview Legends of Ethernal by Lucid Dreams Studio. The game is a 2D single-player action-adventure game being published by Natsume Inc. and features Metroidvania exploration and inspired by The Legend of Zelda style gameplay. It’s unique styled artwork is based on that of East European Medieval Illustrations. It certainly is an interesting… View Article
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[Feature] M64 Selects Snake Games on Nintendo Switch

Welcome to M64 Selects, the feature series where we head over to the Switch eShop with a keyword in mind and highlight four of the games that pop up. In today’s instalment, our keyword is none other than Snake and these are the four games selected by Kerry:   *All games listed are from newest to… View Article
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[Feature] Super Rare Gems: Freedom Finger (SRG #39)

Welcome to a very special feature that we call “Super Rare Gems,” a small segment on the site that we have created to purposefully talk about the physical releases of games published by Super Rare Games. With a large library of titles under their belt and tons of limited releases that have sold out and Miketendo64 providing them with some… View Article
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Super Mario Bros 35

[Feature] Super Mario. Bros 35 is a Reality, but would Dr. Mario 30 have been the Better Choice?

Out of everything that was shown during yesterday’s Super Mario Bros. 35th anniversary Nintendo Direct, one thing I certainly wasn’t expecting was Super Mario Bros. 35. To me, it came out of nowhere and took me by surprise, but the more I watch its trailer and look at its listing over on nintendo.com, the more it leaves me scratching my head. I… View Article
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[Feature] Planning the Perfect 35th Anniversary for The Legend of Zelda

As the Mario 35th anniversary celebrations are underway, being the diehard Zelda that I am, my mind is fixated on what the 35th anniversary for the Zelda series could have in store for fans, but then, I have decided to go one better. Instead of thinking about what Nintendo would do, I choose to think about… View Article
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[Feature] M64 Selects School Games on Nintendo Switch

Welcome to M64 Selects, the feature series where we head over to the Switch eShop with a keyword in mind and highlight four of the games that pop up. In today’s instalment, our keyword is none other than School and these are the four games selected by Yours Truly:   *All games listed are from newest… View Article
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[Feature] Super Rare Gems: Dandara: Trials of Fear Edition (SRG #38 Collector’s Edition)

Welcome to a very special feature that we call “Super Rare Gems,” a small segment on the site that we have created to purposefully talk about the physical releases of games published by Super Rare Games. With a large library of titles under their belt and tons of limited releases that have sold out and Miketendo64… View Article
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[Feature] M64 Selects Zombie Games on Nintendo Switch

Welcome to M64 Selects, the feature series where we head over to the Switch eShop with a keyword in mind and highlight four of the games that pop up. In today’s instalment, our keyword is none other than Zombies and these are the four games selected by Kerry:   *All games listed are from newest to… View Article
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[Guide] Introducing the “Featured Games” of the August 2020 Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase

As Nintendo fans joined forces in hoping this would be the week of a true Nintendo Direct, instead what we got was another Nintendo Direct Mini: Partner Showcase. It might not have been as action packed as the last one featuring news of DLC for Cadence of Hyrule and some serious Shin Megami Tensei news,… View Article
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[Feature] Welcoming Resplendent Alm & Julia to Fire Emblem Heroes (September 2020)

As more and more Resplendent Heroes are revealed for hit mobile app, Fire Emblem Heroes, debuting heroes for September 2020, are none other than Alm: Hero of Prophecy and Julia: Naga’s Blood. Here’s what we know about them: Alm: Hero of Prophecy (Resplendent Hero)   Distribution Period: (As part of the Feh Pass) September 10,… View Article
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[Fan Fiction] The Adventures of Link: From Hyrule to Hytopia (Set between the events of A Link Between Worlds & Tri Force Heroes)

*The following is a fan fiction story set between the events of A Link Between Worlds & Tri Force Heroes that was first posted in the Facebook Group, The Triforce Brigade of Zelda. The Adventures of Link: From Hyrule to Hytopia – J.H. Longman   With the wish granted and Lorule’s Kingdom saved, life in Hyrule… View Article
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[Fan Fiction] The Adventures of Link: Friends Reunited (Set between the events of Majora’s Mask & Twilight Princess)

*The following is a fan fiction story set between the events of Majora’s Mask & Twilight Princess that was first posted in the Facebook Group, The Triforce Brigade of Zelda. The Adventures of Link: Friends Reunited – J.H. Longman   The journey was long and it took its toll on Link. Battle weary and a… View Article
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[Feature] High Praise for Netflix’s High Score!

“Hi-def? High five!” (Sorry Jon, couldn’t resist!)
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