After the Super Smash Bros. Nintendo direct, host David (that’s me!), accompanied by co-hosts Jordan and Skylar, talk about their reactions. They discuss Corrin, Bayonetta, and Cloud all making their way into Smash Bros. The addition of Corrin also inspired discussion for Fire Emblem fates, where David and Skylar talk with Andrew, a guest to the podcast. Join them this week for a Smash and Fire Emblem themed episode!
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This week, Mojang revealed that on December 17th, Minecraft would finally arrive on Wii U. Minecraft Wii U Edition will launch with off-TV play (a common feature on the Wii U) and will include 6 different texture packs for free. There will also be plenty of DLC available from the start that players can optionally purchase. Now, my question is, is it too late to release Minecraft on Wii U? Is it worth it to get this edition?
After another short break, the Virtual Boys have returned to discuss their initial thoughts on Xenoblade Chronicles X. This short Xenoblade Chronicles X Review covers our thoughts from the first 20 or so hours of gameplay, so there should be no spoilers. We also talk a bit about the Video Game Awards, as well as our thoughts on some Nintendo NX information.
As Nintendo continues their quarterly report, President Kimishima announced that they would reveal Nintendo and DeNA’s first mobile game during Thursday’s investor meeting. The contract between Nintendo and DeNA covers five games for mobile devices, and on Thursday, investors and fans will be able to take a look at their first game. Because the meeting is held in Japan, the news will probably reach North America by 9:00 pm EST.
Detailed in the popular Japanese magazine Famitsu, Skull Kid will be making his appearance in Hyrule Warriors Legends as a playable character. As with any character in the Legend of Zelda and Dynasty Warriors mixed game, Skull Kid will have his own unique set of moves, mainly implementing his own ocarina. A fairy (probably Tael) will also accompany Skull Kid.