Following a minor update on the last day of March, Nintendo are back with yet another update for both versions of Breath of the Wild. Continue reading [Update] More Adjustments for Breath of the Wild as Version 1.1.2 is Available Now
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!
Youtuber Haley Ojedi got the surprise of her life this week as she was finishing up her Breath Of The Wild Live Stream. During her fight with Ganon and the ending credits, Haley began receiving messages via live chat from none other than The Voice Of Revali himself (English Version), Sean Chiplock. He didn’t just congratulate her and encouraged her along but also sent a special audio message and gave a generous donation to help raise the money she needed to go to E3 this year.
It is nice to see that there are some people out there willing to give to complete strangers and help them on their way and when sharing a love for Zelda just makes it all the more beautiful.
You can check out the recording below of Sean Chiplock appearing on Haley’s Live Stream Below.
Thought Sean Chiplock voiced revali, the Rito Champion, he wasn’t the only character he voiced. He also did the voice work for the Great Deku Tree and Teba as well.
Source: Haley Ojedi (YouTube)
Hey everyone! Mr. Panda here, with a special treat! Here is my premiere review video of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch! Don’t worry. It’s spoiler-free. Enjoy!
Hello and welcome to the first instalment of Jacktendo Selects, a new monthly feature in which will see me countdown my favourite games on Switch in the month that they came out and reveal the game I’m most looking forwards to from the following month!
There won’t always be 10 games listed in every instalment, but for this instalment there is! But there are some rules. A game can only appear in this list, if I have personally played it, reviewed it and if it is a full game, so the likes of Splatoon 2’s Global Testfire Demo will not be featuring an appearance. Continue reading Jacktendo Selects: My Top 10 Switch Games of March 2017
Not to be left out, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the latest Switch available game to have a downloadable patch released this week.
The update is of course version 1.1.1 and consists of adjustments that have been made to make for a pleasant gaming experience and for players wanting to download the patch, can of course do so whilst playing, or whilst the console is in Sleep Mode as that is proven to download 15% faster. (Update is also available for the Wii U version of Breath of the Wild.)
Additionally Breath of the Wild may not be the only game that receives a patch/update this week, as Has-Been Heroes has another one on the way, as does FAST RMX and as always, you can expect to learn about the updates, here at Miketendo64.
IGN recently caught up with Zelda: Breath of the Wild director Hidemaro Fujibayashi, technical director Takuhiro Dohta, and art director Satoru Takizawa to talk more indepth about the development and creation of the game which brought up some very interesting comments. Some topics that were brushed on include starting out with a small team, the 2D prototype that represents the original Legend Of Zelda on NES, creating The Great Plateau first and building the map around it afterwards, How guardians came to be and more.
Below is a summary of the interview. You can find the full article at IGN here. I would also like to point out that most of the topics that were touched upon were also discussed in Nintendo’s three-part Making Of… Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild which you can check out in one of our previous posts (Video) The Making Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild.
Welcome back to Let’s Talk About! The Miketendo64 series that comes in written, video and recorded form and in today’s edition, Mike and I are back to voice our views and opinions quite literally in today’s Let’s Talk About Podcast!
Coming up in today’s show, it’s been getting some perfect scores, the mere mention of dlc sent a lot of us into an outrage and it doesn’t have a Hard Mode! Let’s Talk About Breath of the Wild! Continue reading Let’s Talk About… Breath of the Wild (Incorporating Hard Mode with DLC)
As most My Nintendo users will already know, every time you log into the My Nintendo website, they are greeted with several different animations of their Mii avatar doing various things like fishing, floating on balloons, painting and also playing videogames on Nintendo consoles. There is now a new animation that extends on the playing videogames as your Mii Avatar can now be seen playing Zelda: Breath Of The Wild on the Nintendo Switch with the Neon Joy-Cons in hand. You can see the new animation via the Gif below.
Love The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild but have been waiting for the right opportunity to show off that love? Well that opportunity has come!
While My Nintendo for America has a Zelda wallpaper available that requires purchasing, the official Japanese Nintendo website has not one but two Breath of the Wild themed wallpapers that are perfect for both PC and smartphones and are available in 8 different sizes and you can the different styles right here. Continue reading [Random] Nintendo Offers Free Downloadable Breath of the Wild Wallpapers to All
Hi everyone! Mr. Panda here with a review of one of the biggest launch games in Nintendo history, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild! A dawn of a new day in Zelda history is upon us, and I’ve explored the open world to see what I can uncover. The experience really is something else, and I’m excited to share what has been quite a review to write. Here’s my spoiler-free review of Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch!
Open Your Eyes
The Legend of Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma introduced in 2013 a new project that would “rethink the conventions of Zelda.” Skyward Sword was a step in that direction, blurring the lines between dungeon and overworld. A Link Between Worlds further paved the way, allowing players to explore dungeons in any order by offering every item upfront. But that wasn’t enough. Aonuma desired to see a world that was open to you from the start – one with no single correct track. With The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the team at Nintendo has achieved creating a fully open world that is truly breathtaking.
The theme of Breath of the Wild (BotW) is discovery. As such, I will avoid delving into any specifics, keeping this spoiler-free. Rather, I will offer the gist of what brings this game and all of its moving parts to life.
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Well, if Nintendo refuses to give us a number, I guess we’ll just have to listen to the sales tracking firm SuperData instead.
According to a gamesindustry.biz article, SuperData states, Nintendo has sold 1.5 million Switch units worldwide and those numbers do contain data that has been provided by GFK and Famitsu. However those numbers are just for first week sales. Nintendo always said would sell 2 million units during March and if those numbers are true, than that figure could easily have been reached already. But that’s not all! Continue reading SuperData Reveals Nintendo Switch to have Sold 1.5 Million Units in its First Week
Just like how the European My Nintendo saw the addition of wallpaper rewards, the American version is getting a similar treatment, only instead of Mario, they get Link. Continue reading Breath of the Wild and Snipperclips Wallpaper American Rewards are Added to My Nintendo
This just in from Nintendo of America, a 3 Part behind the scenes video series regarding Breath of the Wild’s development will be debuting tomorrow, so make sure you free up some space in your schedule, because this series will be a must watch!
And just in case time zones aren’t your specialty, 6 a.m. PT is 9 a.m. ET, 13 p.m. UTC (UK) and 14 p.m. for most of Europe. But should you miss it entirely, we’ll be sure to share it on our site just as soon as we can.
Source: @NintendoAmerica (Twitter)
Hey everyone! Mr. Panda here, with my first impressions on the Nintendo Switch! Yes, I finally got Nintendo’s coveted new console, so I’m here to weigh in my thoughts on the system, controllers, design, and some games. Happy Switch Week!
Out to Launch
The Nintendo Switch has arrived! I’ve been excited about the console and its upcominggames since we first heard about it months ago. After a frustrating launch experience, I finally got the new console, and I’ve been playing it a lot. The big question is: does it live up to the hype? After a full weekend of the Switch, here are my thoughts on the console, controller, and launch games.
The first unboxing revealed the key components of the system: the Joy-Con (L, left) and Joy-Con (R, right) controllers and the tablet-like Switch itself. Underneath lay the dock, the magical machine that delivers the system output to the television. The Joy-Grip, a makeshift controller that you can plug the Joy-Cons into, and some crucial HDMI and AC adapter cables comprised the rest of the included components.
I love that new console smell.
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