Category Archives: Video

[Video] Say Hello to ARMS Fighter Felix!


A few times now it has been said new fighters would be revealed for ARMS and after one particular fighter was shown in passing during the recent Nintendo Direct, today Nintendo has shared a video dedicated to the fighter named Helix: Continue reading [Video] Say Hello to ARMS Fighter Felix!

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Video: Snake Pass – 2 Players with Separate Joy-Cons


Hi everyone! Mr. Panda here, with a special video of me playing Snake Pass for the Nintendo Switch! It’s no ordinary playthrough, as you’ll see. It’s a 2-player co-op playthrough, with each of us holding separate Joy-Cons for a unique co-op experience! an we coordinate our controls and guide Noodle the snake to collectibles? How long until we slither to their doom? Find out in our video! Enjoy!

(Video) Zelda: Breath Of The Wild – “Breaking Conventions” At GDC 2017


Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Developers Hidemaro Fujibayashi, Satoru Takizawa and Takuhiro Dohta were present in San Francisco for GDC 2017 to talk in-depth about breaking the conventions of Zelda. Nintendo have shared a short introduction video on their YouTube channel with the three developers. The full Panel on the other hand, can be viewed on GDC’s YouTube channel and is also included below. Bear in mind that the video is over an hour long so be sure to add it to your watch later list if you are short on time.

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Videos are below the break. Continue reading (Video) Zelda: Breath Of The Wild – “Breaking Conventions” At GDC 2017

[Video] Off-screen Footage Shows Oceanhorn Running at 60fps on Switch


FDG Entertainment aren’t bringing one game to Nintendo Switch, they’re bringing two and with one of those games being Oceanhorn, their first Switch release could be happening any week/month now.

 

So with that thought in mind, here’s some off-screen footage of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas running on Switch at 60fps to excite us further:

Hopefully FDG Entertainment will end our suffering some day soon and share a release date and once they do, you can expect to learn it here at Miketendo64.

 

 

Source: FDG Games (YouTube)

[Video] Just a Sample of a Few of the Games During the April 2017 Nintendo Direct


We’ve done our Gallery coverage of the newly revealed amiibo, so here’s our video round-up article that consists of a video of the dull Direct and videos pertaining to a selection of the games that were shown. Enjoy! Continue reading [Video] Just a Sample of a Few of the Games During the April 2017 Nintendo Direct

[Video] Feast Your Eyes on Killia and The Overlord of Gorgeous (Disgaea 5 Complete)


With Disgaea 5 Complete set to release on Nintendo Switch in North America and Europe next month, NIS America are upping their efforts to promote the game and today that effort sees them sharing a new character trailer that focuses on Killia and Seraphina and we’ve got that trailer right here: Continue reading [Video] Feast Your Eyes on Killia and The Overlord of Gorgeous (Disgaea 5 Complete)

Spoilercast – Zelda: Breath of the Wild


Hey everyone! Mr. Panda here, with a special spoilercast about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! We discuss the game’s story, characters, dungeons, and ending. Needless to say, this is a SPOILER WARNING, so listen to this after you’ve beaten the game. Without further ado, enjoy the spoilercast!

[Video] Who’s That Pokémon? It’s Marshadow!


We knew its name. We even knew what it looked like, but now Marshadow has been officially and we’ve got the official video that revealed the “new” Pokémon right here:

According to Serebii, Marshadow (a Fighting/Ghost-type Pokémon,) is to tie in with the upcoming Pokémon: I Choose You movie, which makes sense since the official Pokémon website cites Marshadow not being encounterable in normal gameplay. Other than that though that is literally everything that was revealed, but the promise of more details to come has been made and once we have them, you can expect to see Marshadow featuring on miketendo64.com once again!

 

Until said time comes though, keep on gaming!

                                                                                                     

Source: pokemon.com

[Video] Team 17 Presents Yooka-Laylee: Modernising the 3D Platformer


While a release date for Yooka-Laylee on Switch has yet to be announced, gamers across the globe can hope to lay their hands on the upcoming Playtonic title exactly one week from now.

 

Excitement is well and truly in the air, but just in case there isn’t enough going around, here’s a new Yooka-Laylee video that was uploaded by Team 17 onto YouTube today, which showcases members of the dev team talking about Yooka-Laylee:

The wait is almost over, unless like me, you plan on getting Yooka-Laylee on Switch. In that case the wait could be a day, or even two months, but as soon as we know, you’ll know.

 

Source: Team 17 (YouTube)

(Video) Playtonic Games Presents “Yooka Laylee Rap”


Yes, you read the title correctly. Playtonic games have released a Rap Video for Yooka Laylee. If you think it seems familiar,  you are definitely not mistaken as the brilliant minds that are behind Yooka Laylee, Banjo Kazooie and Donkey Kong 64 are the one that created that terrible, albeit silly rap in Donkey Kong 64 as well. The graphics of Yooka Laylee are a vast improvement since their days of old but lets face it, the Playtonic team’s rapping skills have not improved. It is still humourous to watch though and so we have included it below for you mild amusement.

Source: Playtonic Games (YouTube)

[Video] Fire Emblem Heroes’ Spring Festival is Almost Here!


After already being ousted by Nintendo of America yesterday and , just in case there was any doubt about who the bunny-eared Heroes, those doubts can now cease.

 

Shared to YouTube, a new video confirms the presence of a costumed Lucina, Chrom, Xander and Camilla, as well as a new Paralogue story and quests and you can see the video right here!

Source: Nintendo Mobile (Twitter)

[Video] A Stranger in The Engine Room and a SteamWorld Dig 2 Q&A


Image & Form are back with another instalment of The Engine Room and this time, joining Julius is the lead designer for SteamWorld Dig 2 and they’re answering fans questions with regards to the upcoming title. The new episode can be seen right here:

Source: Image & Form Games (YouTube)

[Video] Another Look at Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology for 3DS


Earlier this week, Atlus announced Radiant Historia: Perfect Historia: Perfect Chronology for the 3DS and today Atlus have shared a debut trailer and some gameplay footage that Nintendo Everything was able to capture and upload onto YouTube and you can see both right here:

Continue reading [Video] Another Look at Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology for 3DS

[Video] Reggie Promises E3 to be a BIG Year for Switch & 3DS During An Interview with Fox


Last week, Fox Gamer conducted an interview with Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aimé and while the conversation may have been a little short, it doesn’t mean what was said is small in nature.

 

So what did they discuss to name a few things, Reggie spoke about a few things such as being a Nintendo fan boy, early reaction to Switch and even how the videogames industry is so unpredictable, but the biggest thing he had to say, was when he talked about E3 2017. Not only will this year’s E3 be another event where Nintendo go all out, but Nintendo won’t solely be focusing on titles for Switch, but also the 3DS as well and purely because we can, here is Reggie’s statement regarding E3 in full followed by ta video of the interview: Continue reading [Video] Reggie Promises E3 to be a BIG Year for Switch & 3DS During An Interview with Fox

[Video] Come Watch Ribbon Girl and Pals Show off their ARMS and Weapons


A little later on this year, ARMS is coming to the Nintendo Switch and lovers of fighting games can’t wait, so to keep the ARMS hype alive, here’s two videos that showcase characters, weapons and some interesting stages to do battle on:

So did it work? Did it get you hyped? If not, you can always try watching it again, or sound off in the comments below!

 

Source: Nintendo (YouTube)