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[Interview] Thrasir, Lily & the Talented Lizzie Freeman

For those of you who still play Fire Emblem Heroes, Book III dropped this week and among the new cast of story characters, is Thrasir. Serving the side of the Dead, Thrasir is voiced by none other than Lizzie Freeman, the very same Lizzie Freeman who leant her voice to Lily in Dragalia Lost earlier… View Article
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[Interview] RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures, Atari’s Mark Perloff and Our 4 Questions!

Whether it is real-world rollercoasters or the RollerCoaster series of video games series, some of us love them and some of us just can’t stomach them. Regardless of those feelings, with RollerCoaster Tycoon Adventures releasing on Nintendo Switch this December, we were granted the chance to do a small interview with Atari’s Mark Perloff and… View Article
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[Interview] Yannick Berthier on Gear.Club Unlimited 2 (Go Big or Go Home)

One year ago today in North America, Eden Games took what was once a mobile game, and made it into a console port, just for the Nintendo Switch and next month, they’re releasing its sequel! Unlike the first game though, Gear.Club Unlimited 2, is exclusively made for the Nintendo Switch and with still so much… View Article
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[Interview] Kai Tuovinen and Bringing the Entire Trine Series to the Nintendo Switch

In case you missed the news, Trine 4 isn’t the only Trine game that will be living the portable life on Switch, as Frozenbyte took the time last week to reveal all three released games are in the process of being ported, with the very first game out now. So, as we wait for Trine… View Article
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[Interview] Hosoi, Kikuchi and Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World

Having already conducted one Atelier related interview earlier this year (Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings,) with plenty more on the way, we were given the chance to interview the producers of Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists: Ateliers of the New World and by god we took it! So, as Atelier… View Article
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[Interview] Preparing for Battle as we Talk Warriors Orochi 4 and More with Producer Masaki Furusawa

Warriors games might not be to everyone’s liking, but here at Miketendo64, we love them all. From Hyrule Warriors to Fire Emblem Warriors and Samurai Warriors, as long as they’re on a Nintendo platform, we just can’t get enough of them and our latest obsession is Warriors Orochi 4! Long before we actually got the… View Article
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[Interview] Talking “On The Origin: The Unofficial Guide To Pokémon Design” with Noah Shepherd

Last week we had the pleasure to write about a Kickstarter Campaign by Noah Shepherd. A campaign that if funded, will see Shepherd release a book based on the Pokémon franchise that takes a good look at the Pokémon of Kanto. With the campaign now into its final week and short of its mark, we… View Article
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Super Hyperactive Ninja interview

[Interview] Víctor Pedreño: How Super Hyperactive Ninja came to be & Bringing it to the Nintendo Switch

Provided you love games that feature ninjas and coffee and especially love them on a platform like the Nintendo Switch, then you will love Super Hyperactive Ninja. Developed by Grimorio of Games, the title is currently being ported to Switch and keen to know more about it and the Switch release, we took the time… View Article
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[Feature] A VR Zelda Game? Sign Me Up! It’s time to Talk about The Lost Rupees VR!

The best thing about smaller gaming events like Gamepolis, Barcelona Games World, is the fact that they’re local. Not everyone has the luxury to go to E3 and Gamescom, but there is almost every chance they can attend an event that is only down the road from them. There’s also the fact that these events… View Article
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[Interview] SwitchWatch: The Tale of Two Cousins and a Whole Lot of Games

As with any industry and media, anyone who doesn’t write for you/with you/for the same outlet you’re with, are the enemy. They’re your competition and to help them is a sin. It’s something we’re told, but at Miketendo64, we chose not to abide by that notion and it’s not because we’re naïve, but because we’re… View Article
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[Interview] Joshua Boggs and Bringing the FRAMED Collection to the Nintendo Switch

In case you missed the memo, Loveshack Entertainment’s FRAMED Collection launched on the Nintendo Switch today and in preparation for the release, we had the chance to ask a couple of questions. Here’s how we got on with our chat with Joshua Boggs, founder and designer of Loveshack Entertainment: In typical interview fashion, would you… View Article
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[Interview] Hanging out with Toad man himself, Brian Cooper of Japanese Nintendo!

As with any industry and media, anyone who doesn’t write for you/with you/for the same outlet you’re with, are the enemy. They’re your competition and to help them is a sin. It’s something we’re told, but at Miketendo64, we chose not to abide by that notion and it’s not because we’re naïve, but because we’re… View Article
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[Interview] Hiroaki Yura and TINY METAL

Advance Wars might not be getting a Switch revival any time soon, but thanks to Area35 and Unties, we did get an Advance Wars like game last year on Nintendo Switch. TINY METAL might not have had the strongest of starts, when it released, but thanks to continued support post-release, it is getting better, bit… View Article
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[Interview] Keisuke Kikuchi and Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings

Last year, thanks to the PR team as part Koei Tecmo UK, we had the opportunity to ask Fatal Frame and Nights of Azure series producer, Keisuke Kikuchi, a whole bunch of questions regarding Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon. The interview resulted in some great answers, but Nights of Azure 2… View Article
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[Interview] Castle of Heart: Inspiration, Game Difficulty, Switch Exclusivity and Other Game Details

If we had to pick just one indie game above all others that we’re really looking forward to this month, it’s got to be 7Levels’ Castle of Heart. Without a Castlevania game on Switch, Castle of Heart has all the makings to be a fantastic Castlevania substitute, to tide us over until a proper Konami… View Article
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[Interview] Celebrating 30+ Years of Ys! We Chat with Limfinite of Digital Emelas

So, Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana. It’s coming to the Nintendo Switch, we only posted an interview concerning the game, with NIS America today and you probably thought that would be everything, but it’s not. Knowing we were going to do Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana interview, we felt it was necessary to learn about… View Article
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[Interview] A Little Lesson on Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana for Nintendo Switch with NIS America

While some would argue Mario Tennis Aces and Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition were the biggest things to take away from the Nintendo Direct Mini we had back in January, we’d argue every game that was shown is worth talking about. Especially Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana, as it will coming to the Nintendo Switch later… View Article
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[Interview] From Mobile to Switch! We Ask Vector Unit if AAA Mobile Phone Games Deserve a Place on Switch

Oceanhorn and Beach Buggy Racing, 2 decent games that started out on mobile devices, but soon found a home on Switch, like many other mobile games that have been ported in recent months, but what about Angry Birds? Farmville 2? Clash of Clans? These are huge titles on mobile devices and make money over fist… View Article
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[Interview] From Kickstarter to Success on Switch! We Talk Blossom Tales with FDG Entertainment

With Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King, being the beautiful Zelda like game that it is and releasing this week, much like we had the opportunity to talk to FDG Entertainment about Oceanhorn and a made for mobile Zelda game, we also had the chance to talk a bit about Blossom Tales! So, in our usual… View Article
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[Interview] From Oceanhorn to the Legend of Zelda! We Talk Made for Mobile Zelda with FDG Entertainment

If certain reports and rumours are to be believed, as I sit here typing out this interview intro, there is a Legend of Zelda game being developed for mobile devices. Such a game could never live up to the likes of Breath of the Wild, but if done right, it could at least be worthy… View Article
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