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Bayonetta 2 – Livestream Intro Aftermath

Bayonetta 2 – Livestream Intro Aftermath

Products provided by Nintendo! After having live-streamed Bayonetta last Friday (late) and continued to record uploads for the YouTube channel, I wanted to give viewers a taste of Bayonetta 2. Having never finished the first game, my plans are to do a full let’s play of it, while chipping away... »

January 28 – February 3: This Week in Nintendo News

January 28 – February 3: This Week in Nintendo News

January proved to be a surprisingly busy time for Nintendo, with new Switch announcements popping up almost every day. Not only that, but Nintendo announced that in 2017, the Switch sold 14.86 million units, and Super Mario Odyssey topped the sales for Switch titles at 9.07 million units. Even Xenob... »

5 Games We’re Excited for in 2018

5 Games We’re Excited for in 2018

Happy New Year! 2018 is upon us, and we have a whole new year of games to look forward to. Here are five Nintendo games we’re excited for in 2018. Bayonetta 1 & 2 (Switch) They might not be new games, but as someone who loved Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 when I played them for the first time ... »

December 3 – December 9: This Week in Nintendo News

December 3 – December 9: This Week in Nintendo News

This week included some major announcements for fans of Mega Man and Bayonetta, along with other release date news and new trailers, making it an excellent week overall. Nintendo Switch News Capcom started the week off with a bang for Mega Man fans. First, Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 and Mega Man L... »

Top 3 Rarest Wii U Games

Top 3 Rarest Wii U Games

With the Nintendo Switch just around the corner, it won’t be long before many Wii U games are difficult to find. Some are already tough to get, at least as far as physical copies are concerned. Let’s take a look at three of the rarest Wii U games. 3. Wii Sports Club Wii Sports Club can b... »

Upcoming Amiibo to Anticipate

Upcoming Amiibo to Anticipate

Amiibo figurines were Nintendo’s answer to the toys-to-life market, and while their in-game usefulness varies from title to title, they’ve proved quite popular with collectors. Nintendo has already confirmed that the Nintendo Switch will support amiibo, so what does the future of amiibo ... »

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