The Breath of the Wild hype is real as only a month remains before the game’s release. To celebrate, Zelda Producer Eiji Aonuma went out to the European wild, pretending to be Link. He even found the Master Sword stuck in a log! Although, he couldn’t pull it out. The sword is actually the statue that comes with the Breath of the Wild master edition. I guess he was able to get a preorder… lucky.
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Fire Emblem Heroes launched yesterday, and it’s been good for Nintendo. As of writing this post, the game is #17 on the Top Grossing section of the iOS store. The initial success has made Nintendo shares rise!
Time for us to talk about another super-hyped game for Nintendo Switch: Super Mario Odyssey! Join us as we discuss everything we know about the upcoming game. The discussion this week is led by Skylar.
For the time being, the Yooka-Laylee physical copy won’t be happening on the Switch. However, the physical copy may eventually come. Unfortunately, we also don’t know when the Switch version will release.
Nintendo’s newest app Fire Emblem Heroes just hit the iOS and Google Play store. Nintendo said they would be releasing the game on the 2nd; however, they never mentioned what time. So, now’s the time to play! The Heroes app is free to download, but it does include some in-app purchases.
Nintendo recently uploaded another Heroes and Heroines trailer for their next mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes. The trailer is similar to the previous in that it highlights new characters and their critical hit moves, along with the voice actor and artist’s name. Here’s a list of all the characters shown in the Heroes and Heroines trailer.
Nintendo President Kimishima announced earlier today how much their online service will cost. However, he only mentioned a yearly price in yen. The Nintendo Switch online will cost 2000-3000 yen, which is between $17.50-26.50. Unfortunately, Kimishima stayed silent on how the service will work.
A new Nintendo Switch trailer dropped in several countries around the world today, featuring primarily the on-the-go style of gameplay that the Switch is built to provide. But what gathered more attention was not the trailer itself – it was the mistake made in the Nintendo Portugal version of the video. It has since been fixed and re-uploaded, but for about an hour this morning the Portuguese version of this trailer showed footage of the console’s built-in developer tools: