The Tokyo Game Show is going on right now, and we’ve already heard some new details about upcoming Nintendo games. TGS also hosts the Japan Game Awards, where a panel recognizes certain 2017 games for their excellence in overall design. In the end, Breath of the Wild won the Grand Award for 2017, beating out games like Horizon and Overwatch.
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Update August 11 1:21 PM EST: Champion amiibo are back in stock at Best Buy.
Nintendo announced during their E3 Spotlight new amiibo for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Of course, getting your hands on any amiibo is a real challenge, but never fear! Here’s a guide on how to get your hands on the new Zelda amiibo.
Axiom Verge is one of our favorite indie games here at NintenCity. And seriously, it’s a lovely Metroidvania game that helped tide us over before Metroid: Samus Returns was announced. Well, the developer announced a physical release of the game for August, and it looks like he’s running into some trouble with the Wii U release.
The morning before this recording, there was a Direct! The Direct was all about Splatoon 2, and we had to talk about the stuff that they revealed. It was pretty intense. Then, we had to review the Master Trials DLC for Breath of the Wild since we finally got to play it a bit. It was a great episode with some pretty good goofs. So enjoy this episode about our Splatoon 2 Direct reflections and Zelda Master Trials review.
When Nintendo first announced Splatoon 2, many fans thought it looked more like a remake, instead of a sequel. Using the recent demo footage, fans decided to see for themselves if Splatoon and Splatoon 2 have any differences visually.
The Master Trials DLC came out last week, and boy is it fun. However, fans are starting to wonder about the next iteration of the DLC, and speculation is starting to wonder if other characters are going to playable. Unfortunately for them, our buddy Link is the protagonist of the DLC.
I mean, we just got a tease for Bayonetta for Switch, and now we’re getting one for Wonderful 101? I mean, Platinum Games hints at Wonderful 101 for Switch must be important, right? Well, ok Platinum Games, I hope you know what you’re doing!