Tag Archives: December Feature

Rocket League Collector’s Edition For Switch Releasing Jan 16 In US (Jan 25 In Europe)


If any of you have been holding off buying Rocket League for Nintendo switch because you want to get the physical version as opposed to the digital version that is already available on the Nintendo Switch eShop, you will be very pleased to know that the Rocket League Collector’s Edition for Nintendo Switch will be arriving January 2018.

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[Editorial] Learning the Final Verse of the Song with Breath of the Wild’s Champions’ Ballad DLC


Last week, something truly incredible happened. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild beat Super Mario Odyssey for the title of Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2017 and at long last, the Champions’ Ballad finally arrived and we weren’t prepared for it. Continue reading [Editorial] Learning the Final Verse of the Song with Breath of the Wild’s Champions’ Ballad DLC

Nintendo Switch Reaches 10 Million Units Sold!!!


We at Miketendo64 are extremely happy to announce that the Nintendo Switch has sold over 10 million units worldwide. This is incredible as it only launched in March and in only 9 months, it has surpassed over two thirds of the Wii U’s lifetime sales.

This is extremely good news especially for the wellbeing of Nintendo as as company and it really does look like the Big N is bouncing back.

Here is what Nintendo Of Europe President Shitoru Shibata had to say.

We are thrilled that fans all across Europe and around the world are enjoying the gameplay experiences that only Nintendo Switch can offer, whether it be the newest adventures with Super Mario and Link, or unique games such as 1-2-Switch, where players look at each other and not the screen.

Though I don’t think the Switch will reach sales like the Wii which is well above 100 million units, I do believe that it could surpass Gamecube sales within the next year just as long as Nintendo can keep knocking out great 1st party titles and maintain support from 3rd parties.

Source: Nintendo PR

[Feature] A 3 Page Look at the Tanzia Comic!


With all the games releases this month, it’s easy to forget about Tanzia’s impending Switch release. We may not have a release date yet, but it is close, so in a nice little way of building hype, allow us to tell you about the Tanzia comic via the help of Tanzia developer, Matias Kindermann:

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[Review] Mantis Burn Racing (Nintendo Switch)


Developer: VooFoo Studios

Publisher: VooFoo Studios

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Racing, Arcade, Party & Multiplayer

Release Date: 23rd of November, 2017 (EU & NA)

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[Interview] Fabraz on the Continuing Slime-san Saga for Switch & No Plans for a 3DS Port


It’s been a while since we’ve gone and done a double, but after posting one interview with Fabraz today, concerning their news of them becoming publishers and bringing SpiritSphere DX to the Nintendo Switch, it’s time to post our second interview with them. They do after all have a fantastic title available on Nintendo’s latest platform, so without further ado, it’s time to talk about Slime-san:

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[Interview] Fabraz on Moving into Publishing & Bringing SpiritSphere DX to the Nintendo Switch


Whether you’re a big fan of Fabraz, or have just been on Twitter today and saw the Nintendo news concerning them, then you might have heard the news that the developer is becoming a publisher. Their first game they’ll publish on the Nintendo Switch be SpiritSphere DX and having learned the news last Friday, we actually had the chance to conduct an interview with Fabraz’s Fabian, to talk about the new direction and their epic news, which we’ll be sharing with you right now: Continue reading [Interview] Fabraz on Moving into Publishing & Bringing SpiritSphere DX to the Nintendo Switch

[Review] Slain: Back From Hell (Nintendo Switch)


Developer: Andrew Gilmour & Stage Clear Studios

Publisher: Digerati Distribution

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Arcade, Action, Adventure & Platformer

Release Date: 7th of December, 2017 (EU & NA)

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[Review] Party Planet (Nintendo Switch)


Developer: Teyon

Publisher: Mastiff Games

Platform: Nintendo Switch

Category: Party, Arcade, Multiplayer & Adventure

Release Date: 7th of December, 2017 (NA Physically) & 12th of December, 2017 (NA Digitally) Continue reading [Review] Party Planet (Nintendo Switch)

[Editorial] Metroid Missions (Musings on What a Mobile Metroid Game Could be Like!)


Hey guys! Welcome back to yet another Editorial penned by me, “Miketendo64’s Maniacal OverlordJack Longman, aka Jacktendo92!

 

This week, due to how things are going as far as Nintendo’s mobile games are concerned, being the resident theorist, I was tasked with coming up with what a mobile Metroid game could be like and after doing some thinking, “Metroid Missions” makes the most sense. Continue reading [Editorial] Metroid Missions (Musings on What a Mobile Metroid Game Could be Like!)

[Review] SUPERBEAT: XONiC EX (Nintendo Switch)


Developer: Nurijoy
Publisher: PM Games & Rising Star Games
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Category: Music & Arcade
Release Date: 21st of November, 2017 (NA) & 30th of November, 2017 (EU) Continue reading [Review] SUPERBEAT: XONiC EX (Nintendo Switch)

A Complete Bayonetta at The Game Awards 2017 Digest (Bayonetta 1, 2 and 3 Are All Coming to Switch!)


Among the many epic things that happened at last night’s The Game Awards, one of the biggest things concerns a series I love, which isn’t Zelda and the news is something we’ve been waiting a long time for.

  

Bayonetta is back everybody and as well as ports of both previous games coming to the Nintendo Switch on February the 16th in 2018, Bayonetta 2 is being exclusively developed for the Nintendo Switch. So without further ado, let’s kick of this digest off with the Bayonetta 3 trailer that was shared, followed by a round-up of all the news that followed suit: Continue reading A Complete Bayonetta at The Game Awards 2017 Digest (Bayonetta 1, 2 and 3 Are All Coming to Switch!)

[Review] Teslagrad (Nintendo Switch)


Developer: Rain Games

Publisher: Rain Games & Flyhigh Works

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Platformer & Puzzles

Release Date: 16th of November, 2017 (Worldwide) & 7th of December, 2017 (EU & NA) Continue reading [Review] Teslagrad (Nintendo Switch)

[Interview] Keisuke Kikuchi and Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon


In case you didn’t hear, Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon became available worldwide on multiple platforms back in October and in a similar case with Panic Button, we got the chance to do an interview with Nights of Azure 2 Series Producer Keisuke Kikuchi. It took a bit of time to get our responses back and translated, but we have them now and we can’t wait to share them with you:

 

*All questions viewed below were written and penned two weeks prior to the October release of Nights of Azure 2

 

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[Event] Making Friends Gets Even Easier with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp


Just in case there wasn’t enough going on in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, due to an ongoing event that focuses on the festive time of the year, another event is underway and it’s all about making friends!

 

From today to the 11th of December at 06:59 CEST (21:59 PT on December 10th in North America,) players can now grow friendships with all the animals they encounter, quicker than ever before, so if love to please them, fulfill their requests and invite them back to your campsite, than this is the week to do so! More than that though, four new animals have been added for you to befriend, as well as plenty of new furniture choices to craft, only, you will have to reach a certain level first to be able to build some of them. As for what these new characters look like, we’ve got that info right here: Continue reading [Event] Making Friends Gets Even Easier with Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp