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[Guide] Animal Crossing: New Horizons Critterpedia Sea Creatures Guide

Hey all! Trying to find every critter in Animal Crossing: New Horizons can be a task in itself. There are so many to catch and some only appear at certain times of the day and year. We have compiled some of the critters that can be found in the game into our very own Animal Crossing: New Horizons… View Article
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[Guide] STAR WARS Episode I: Racer Switch Cheats (Nintendo Switch)

STAR WARS Episode I: Racer is out now on the Nintendo Switch. For any of you wondering if the game has any cheats like the original Nintendo 64 game, then you are in luck. The Nintendo Switch version of the game has the exact same cheats that were used on the N64. We have listed… View Article
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[Guide] How To Find Max Honey In Isle Of Armor (Pokémon Sword / Pokémon Shield)

Okay, so you are adventuring through the Isle of Armor. You have tackled the Tower of Water or Tower of Darkness. You Kubfu has now evolved into Urshifu, so what is next? Well, now you have the joy of getting Urshifu to Gigantamax. It isn’t as simple as just giving it Max Soup. Oh no,… View Article
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[Feature] ARMS 3rd Anniversary Appreciation

It was 3 years to the day (June 16th) that Nintendo released an all-new fighting IP to the world. The game was ARMS, a cool motion-controlled fighter that had you swing your arms to punch your opponent (like boxing but your arms can extend). Even though it was mostly enjoyed by those that bought the… View Article
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[Feature] Getting A Closer Look At Yooka-Laylee and the Kracklestone (Book)

Yooka-Laylee may have beaten the Impossible Lair but now they have to stop Dr Quack in an all new adventure. The Chameleon and Bat Duo have leaped out of the video game world and into the literary world literally! The pair’s newest adventure is a visual novel by Dreamprism Press titled Yooka-Laylee and the Kracklestone…. View Article
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[Video] Bioshock: The Collection Gameplay

Bioshock: The Collection is out on Nintendo Switch and it has three incredible games wrapped in one tidy package (unless you decide to purchase them separately). Anyhow, we have recorded gameplay of all three games that you can check out at your own leisure. If you are on the fence about picking up these game(s),… View Article
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Nintendo Shares Free Downloadable Desktop Wallpapers On Website

If you are looking for some cool Nintendo themed wallpapers for your desktop computer or laptop then you are in luck. Nintendo America has shared a number of downloadable Nintendo Switch games wallpapers on their website ranging from Animal Crossing and Arms down to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the wild and Xenoblade Chronicles… View Article
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[Feature] Miketendo64 In 2015 – A Great Year For Nintendo Games (Wii U Edition)

In 2015, when we first started up Miketendo64, we were in for a treat as regards to Nintendo games. The Wii U may not have been successful and had a pretty barebones library at launch but it started building momentum with games in 2015. Such games include the likes of Super Mario Maker, Yoshi’s Woolly… View Article
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[Feature] Miketendo 64! – Five Years On

Wow! Just Wow! I can’t believe that it has been 5 years already since I first started Miketendo64.com. Where has the time gone? It still surprises me how far we have come in that time. Our little blog, a small corner of the internet has become so much more and we have our wonderful community… View Article
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[Editorial] Miketendo64: 5 Years on and Still None the Wiser

If you turned round to me in 2015 and told me my brother’s crazed dream of launching his very own Nintendo site, would still be a thing 5 years down the line, I honestly would not have believed you and even now, I still don’t believe it. You’d think, 5 years on, we might have… View Article
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[Video] Miketendo64 Presents “GamerCon” In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

With so many physical gaming events being cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we hope to create a virtual experience with our very own video game convention “GamerCon.” We have created our “venue” within the world of Animal Crossing: New Horizons complete with merchandise stands, demo booths and conference halls. The idea is to have… View Article
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[Interview] Top Hat Studios On Developing & Publishing Indie Games For Nintendo Switch

Hey all! We have a cracking interview for you all today. We reached out to Top Hat Studios who are a video game publisher and developer situated in New York. We spoke to them about developing and publishing indie games in general and for Nintendo Switch, how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected them and much… View Article
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[Gallery] New Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition Screenshots & Character Art

The Japanese Xenoblade Chronicles Twitter account has been busy over the last few day sharing new screenshots and character artwork for Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition. We have gathered up the images that feature Shulk and Co. and multiple locales and put them into the gallery below. Source: @XenobladeJP (Twitter)
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[Guide] Animal Crossing: New Horizons List Of Nook Miles Tasks

While bells are still the main currency in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, there is also another type of currency called Nook Miles that can only be used to buy exclusive items like Nook Miles, Tickets, Fencing, and special furniture. They are also needed to pay off your very first loan (5,000 Nook Miles in fact). You… View Article
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Animal Crossing: New Horizons “Know Your Visitors” Infographic

As you tend to your island and continue to improve it every day in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, you will come across visitors that come to your island to sell their wares or find themselves washed up upon its shores. There are quite a few of them and but only one will come to per… View Article
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[Guide] Animal Crossing: New Horizons Paintings & Statues Guide (Real Vs. Fake)

So, you finally have Redd visiting your island with the intent of selling you some amazing artwork to fill up your Art Gallery in the Museum. While Jolly Redd means well, not all of his artwork is the real McCoy. Some of them are as they say in the art trade “Authentic Replicas”. There are… View Article
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[Guide] How To Get The Art Gallery And Obtain Artwork In Animal Crossing: New Horizons

The 1.2.0 update has brought new features to Animal Crossing: New Horizons. One such feature is that if you have been donating enough to your Museum, you will soon be able to upgrade it to add an art gallery. This is a process that takes several days and a number of encounters with the mysterious… View Article
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[Guide] The Many K.K. Slider Songs Of Animal Crossing: New Horizons – What They’re Callled And How To Get Them

Animal Crossing: New Horizons has plenty of music tracks to listen to when close to music players like Hi-Fi systems, radios, and Jukeboxes. When first have a music player, they will not have any songs on them, to begin with. Songs have to be registered to the music player but where do you get the… View Article
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Yooka-Laylee And The Impossible Lair Update On The Way – Includes State Change For Impossible Lair & 8-bit Soundtrack

Playtonic Games has announced that a new update is on the way for Yooka-Laylee And The Impossible Lair. The update will release on April 14th across all platforms and will include a state change for the Impossible Lair at the flip of a switch. The new state change introduces the “Not So Impossible Lair” that… View Article
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Monster Viator Is Out Now On Nintendo Switch

KEMCO has announced that its Pixel Art RPG game Monster Viator is out now on Nintendo Switch. It is available digitally on the eShop for $14.99/€14.99. As the protagonist, Culter, who has lost his recollection of his past, team up with monsters and set out on an adventure to recover his memories and learn the truth… View Article
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