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[Interview] Diving, Developing and all things Koral with Carlos Coronado

  For Mike and I, we have two equal passions, video games and scuba diving. If there is a game that takes place underwater, we’ll play it, but when you get a video game that’s developed at sea and its developer is also a scuba diver, you can guarantee we’ll go out of our way… View Article
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[Review] Final Fantasy X HD Remaster (Nintendo Switch)

Developer: SQUARE ENIX CO. LTD. Publisher: Square Enix Platform: Nintendo Switch Version Reviewed: eShop download Category: Role-Playing No. of Players: 1 player Release Date: April 11, 2019 (JP) / April 16, 2019 (EU & NA) Price: $49.99 USD (Packaged together with Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster)
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[Video] The Playful Side of Miketendo64 (Announcing #SteamWorldWeek & Our Upcoming Anniversary)

In the lead up to #SteamWorldWeek, I paid Mike a visit last week to shoot a video to introduce #SteamWorldWeek and talk about our upcoming theme week. Unfortunately, the two of us became too busy to be able to upload the video to YouTube. Still, given the fact that the full thing, including the outtakes,… View Article
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[Feature] Remembering Nintendo Games Released in 2015

This week at Miketendo64, we’re not just celebrating #SteamWorldWeek, we’re also celebrating our latest anniversary as Miketendo64 turns 4 on May 5 and believe it or not, 2015 was actually a great year for being a Nintendo gamer and today, I thought I’d take take the time to remind you of some of the 2015… View Article
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[Feature] Remembering Old SteamWorld Memories on Twitter

In today’s piece of #SteamWorldWeek content, I can’t help but indulge in Twitter and look at all of the old memories. From simple tweets, to illustrations and pictures, there’s plenty of gold to be unearthed and I just can’t help but share some of them. So, here are my highlights: Got any highlights of your… View Article
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[Feature] Is it Time for a SteamWorld Racing game? Hell Yes!

There ain’t no party like a Steambot party! When it comes to the SteamWorld series, developer Image & Form Games have said time and time again that they are always open to working on sequels to their existing games, but they also relish seeing what else they can do with the SteamWorld series. It’s because… View Article
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[Feature] Why Link’s Awakening is a Great Follow-up Game to Breath of the Wild

While some are addicted to Fire Emblem, Pokémon, Animal Crossing or Smash, my obsession is The Legend of Zelda. Link is one of my all-time favourite protagonists, despite the changes he endures and this decade, is by far my favourite one as far as Zelda gaming goes. Did you know that in this decade alone… View Article
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[Feature] The Story Begins with SteamWorld Tower Defense

Once more another theme week is underway at Miketendo64 and this week, we’re celebrating #SteamWorldWeek and what better way is there to kick things off, than to go back to where it all began! While SteamWorld Dig was one of the first game’s most SteamWorld fans were introduced to, by no means was it the… View Article
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[News] Loot Lake Secret?! – Something hidden in Fortnite’s Loot Lake

Loot Lake has received many makeovers during the past seasons in Fortnite, and it seems that a new one is coming. MasonMinePlayz encountered a glitch on the game, which could have inadvertently revealed how Loot Lake will look once the next update arrives. Inkling G from the Toys And More Club channel takes a look… View Article
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[Feature] Celebrating 4 Years of Xenoblade Chronicles X with #XenobladeX_fes19

With it now being April 29 in Japan, today marks the fourth anniversary since Monolith Soft brought Xenoblade Chronicles X to the Nintendo Wii U. As far as games go, it was one of the few that pushed the Wii U to its limits and showed off what the console could do. Even then, sacrifices… View Article
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[Video] SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Gameplay – Act 4 (Chapters 16 to 19)

SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech releases first on the Nintendo Switch this April 25th, and we got our hands on a review copy of the game. We have recorded HD gameplay of the game, capturing “Act 4” which covers Chapters 16 through 19. SteamWorld Quest is now available to purchase on the Nintendo eShop or… View Article
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[Video] SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Gameplay – Act 3 (Chapters 11 to 15)

SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech releases first on the Nintendo Switch this April 25th, and we got our hands on a review copy of the game. We have recorded HD gameplay of the game, capturing “Act 3” which covers Chapters 11 through 15. SteamWorld Quest is now available to purchase on the Nintendo eShop and… View Article
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[Feature] Breaking Down the Performance of Nintendo’s Best-Selling Nintendo Switch Titles (January 1 – March 31, 2019)

Once again, Nintendo have posted the latest results to their Best Sellers list and while Mario Kart 8 Deluxe continues to occupy the top spot and there’s a new addition to the list, the numbers aren’t as impressive as they could have been. Compared to the actual performance of each game in the last three… View Article
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[Video] SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Gameplay – Act 2 (Chapters 7 to 10)

SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech releases first on the Nintendo Switch this April 25th, and we got our hands on a review copy of the game. We have recorded HD gameplay of the game, capturing “Act 2” which covers Chapters 7 through 10. SteamWorld Quest is now available to be pre-ordered on the Nintendo eShop… View Article
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[Video] SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech Gameplay – Act 1 (Chapters 1 through 6)

SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech releases first on the Nintendo Switch this April 25th, and we got our hands on a review copy of the game. We have recorded HD gameplay of the game, capturing “Act 1” which covers Chapters 1 through 6. SteamWorld Quest is now available to be pre-ordered on the Nintendo eShop… View Article
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[Video] How We Made The Labo VR Headset Strap With Cardboard (Version 2.0)

After listening to feedback and comments posted on Social Media about our previous video on making our own Labo VR Headset Strap, we have added some new features like an overhead strap and backplate to help distribute the weight of the Labo VR Headset. You can check out our new video below as we talk… View Article
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[Guide] How to Download Stages in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

With Stage Builder now available in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, anyone and everyone can create a stage of their own and share it online for others to enjoy and in this guide, we’re going to cover how to upload some of your own stages, and download others. Uploading Stages: Before you can upload a stage,… View Article
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[Feature] Games We Want To See Get Labo VR Treatment On Nintendo Switch

What with the release of Nintendo Labo VR and games like Super Mario Odyssey and The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild getting some kind of Labo VR support, I began to think of what other games could get the same treatment. The Labo VR Toy-Con Blaster and the Labo VR Camera have too… View Article
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[Preview] Hands-on with Nintendo Labo: Toy-Con 04 – VR Kit

When Nintendo Labo was first announced, I must admit I wasn’t exactly ready to jump on board. The general idea was sound and I could see it being popular with young children and perhaps, parents who enjoy crafting things with their children. It wasn’t for me though and when the vehicle kit came around, I… View Article
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[Feature] Become a Master of amiibo with @moldyclay’s amiibo Compatibility Chart v.14

When it comes to amiibo, all bets are off. They can be hard to acquire, fun to use and they do look good when put on display, but they can also be useful. From adding new characters to new content, or just unlocking rewards, depending on which game you’re using them with, their effects can… View Article
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