The Nintendo Switch landed merely three days ago, and already it’s generating more an more buzz. To celebrate the release on Nintendo’s latest innovation, we teamed up with Bournemouth University’s ResLife Programme where we set up our own little launch party.
Many thanks to Georgina and Carrie, as well with all those who attended, for letting us record your play time on the Nintendo Switch, as well as helping us set up this successful event!
Check out videos from the event after the break!
Last month, I had the pleasure of travelling up to London to try out the upcoming Nintendo Switch. The upcoming console’s main selling point is the ability to play any game, anywhere, anytime.
Check out our experience and our initial thoughts after the break!
Last month, Nintendo finally unveiled their new concept console, Nintendo Switch, to the whole world in a three minute trailer. Soon after the video aired, Nintendo also announced that they will be revealing more information regarding the console on the 13th January 2017. Today, Nintendo have announced further details around this event.
A presentation will air direct from Tokyo at 12 Noon JST. If you are in the UK, you may be annoyed to learn that this translates to 3am GMT, though I’m sure it will be worth waking up early for (or not even sleeping). If you’d rather not wake up at that ungodly hour, then we will do our best to have a chunky blowout article ready for you with your morning orange juice (not included). Elsewhere in the world, the event will be airing at 7pm PST, 9pm CST, and 10pm EST on the 12th January 2017.
Nintendo have also announced that the event will be specifically talking about the exact launch date, along with the launch line-up of games currently in development. So expect to see some pretty big announcements then.
Throughout the day, I will create a new page specifically for the event. This will have an embed of the live stream, along with the forum shoutbox, similar to the setup we had for E3 this year. This way, you will be able to interact with different fans during the stream.
SOURCE – Nintendo
2016 is going to be a big year, and one that will likely come with a bit more bias than usual. Yes, this year is the 30th Anniversary of The Legend of Zelda! Though Zelda’s 30th may not begin until the 21st February, we just cannot wait until then, so our celebrations are starting early, and will last for the next several months.
Be prepared for our Twilight Princess HD review in the next few weeks, as well as a review for The Legend of Zelda Wii U when it is eventually released. We also have several features planned which we all hope you enjoy and, if fortune smiles upon me, perhaps there may be a chance to win some Hyrulian Swag!
Until next time, keep on buzzing!
With The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess HD releasing in a month’s time, we made a video talking about some of the differences between the original and the remake. ENJOY!
PLEASE NOTE – I have not talked about the Wolf Link Amiibo as I do not currently have access to one… sorry
Today, we bring you two preview videos of The Legend of Zelda: TriForce Heroes. In the videos, you’ll be able to watch some single player action on the first Riverside level, as well as a small game which you can play in the lobby while waiting to set off for an online adventure.
Check out the videos after the break!
Its-a me, Mario… I mean Leon. We’ve just got a hold of a preview copy of Super Mario Maker and have decided to share with you some special preview footage from the game. We’ll be uploading new clips a couple times over the coming weeks until Super Mario Maker is released on the 11th September. We also hope to have our review up and running right before the game releases.
For now, let us show you some of the basics of Super Mario Maker from when you first boot up the game!