Switch Craft Show Notes 583

Mini Direct with some surprises, RIP 3DS, 3rd Party Pro, and the Mailbag.

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  • MONSTER HUNTER RISE: This latest entry in the action-RPG series finds players battling fearsome monsters and reaching new heights. Prepare to be transported to the colorful Kamura Village, a new serene mountain locale where players will experience unique culture and innovative hunting technologies. Using a special insect called a Wirebug, hunters will be able to grapple themselves in any direction, making it possible to scale towering cliffs and structures. All combat areas within each quest are seamlessly connected, allowing for exploration of the vast and vertical landscapes with no loading times. MONSTER HUNTER RISE launches for Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021. Additionally, a Deluxe Edition will also be available, which offers the full game and bonus DLC. Pre-ordering the base or Deluxe version will unlock bonus in-game items like layered armor and more. Players will be able to get even more in-game extras with Monster Hunter amiibo accessories. The three standalone amiibo accessories will be available exclusively at GameStop locations in the U.S. and EB Games in Canada. Visit Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch today for details about how to pre-order the game.
  • MONSTER HUNTER STORIES 2: Wings of Ruin: Currently in development, MONSTER HUNTER STORIES 2: Wings of Ruin puts players in the role of a Monster Rider who befriends iconic monsters from the Monster Hunter series as they embark on epic adventures together. More information about this story-based role-playing game coming to Nintendo Switch in summer 2021 will be revealed in the future.
  • Ori and the Will of the Wisps: The little spirit Ori is no stranger to peril, but when a fateful flight puts the owlet Ku in harm’s way, it will take more than bravery to bring a family back together, heal a broken land and discover Ori’s true destiny. From Moon Studios, the creators of the acclaimed action-platformer Ori and the Blind Forest, comes a new adventure in a vast, vibrant world filled with new friends and foes that come to life in stunning, hand-painted artwork. Set to a fully orchestrated original score, Ori and the Will of the Wisps continues the Moon Studios tradition of tightly crafted platforming action and deeply emotional storytelling. Ori and the Will of the Wisps launches for Nintendo Switch … today! Plus, the “Ori Collector’s Edition” is available for pre-order from iam8bit.
  • Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise: The sequel to Fitness Boxing has entered the ring! Grab the Joy-Con controllers, select the music and courses, and get to a variety of boxing exercises! Players can pick any one of nine instructors, each with their own distinctive personality, with three making their debut in the game: Karen, Janice and Hiro. As players continue exercising, their bond with the instructors will grow. Players can even customize their outfits, providing more variety to their workouts. Several features are included in this installment, including a two-player mode, an alarm function and the ability to remove certain boxing actions. Save data can even be carried over from the first Fitness Boxing game! Fitness Boxing 2: Rhythm & Exercise launches on Nintendo Switch on Dec. 4.
  • Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny: As a result of Super Reincarnation, the boastful zombie Zed gets stronger the more he dies! By reincarnating their way through a variety of worlds, players will face off against the strongest God of Destruction. Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny marks the first time the series uses 3D models, with vibrant characters full of personality and the return of the series’ over-the-top battle system. Get ready for an experience that defies common sense, genre and destiny when Disgaea 6: Defiance of Destiny comes exclusively to Nintendo Switch in summer 2021. But the Disgaea news doesn’t stop there: Beginning Sept. 23 at 10 a.m. PT until Sept. 29 at 11:59 p.m. PT, Nintendo Switch Online members* will be able to download and play the full version of Disgaea 5 Complete.
  • Hades: Defy the god of the dead in this Greek mythology-inspired dungeon crawler. Thousands of story events and ability combinations ensure a unique experience each time players hack and slash their way out of the Underworld, wielding the powers and mythical weapons of Olympus to aid in their escape. Hades launches for Nintendo Switch … today!
  • Empire of Sin: In this new strategy game, players enter the criminal underworld of Prohibition-era Chicago in the 1920s. It’s up to players to hustle, charm and intimidate their way to the top of the pile and do whatever it takes to stay there. Empire of Sin launches for Nintendo Switch on Dec. 1 and is available for pre-order staring today.
  • Sniper Elite 4: Across the largest and most diverse world ever seen in a Sniper Elite game, players can look forward to the series-defining ballistics, tense stealth and third-person action. Sniper Elite 4 launches for Nintendo Switch this holiday season.
  • PGA TOUR 2K21: The fairway is open in PGA TOUR 2K21! Play against the in-game pros on visually stunning real-life courses, hit the links with friends locally and online*, or run full seasons and tournaments with Online Societies. Design and share the ultimate golf course using tons of custom options with the Course Designer. The digital version of PGA TOUR 2K21 is now available in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, with the physical version of the game launching on Sept. 25.
  • The Long Dark: In this exploration-survival game, players are on their own as they journey through a frozen wilderness in the aftermath of a geomagnetic disaster. A chilling narrative awaits players in the WINTERMUTE Story Mode, or they can choose to enjoy hours of permadeath gameplay in Survival Mode. Experience true survival on Nintendo Switch when The Long Dark launches … today!
  • BALAN WONDERWORLD: As Leo and Emma, players will don costumes to wield a variety of abilities. A costume with a gear ability, for example, lets players rotate gears to open doors or access new paths. There are more than 80 costumes to find, with the ability to carry up to three at once. Change between costumes to collect crystals and Statues scattered throughout stages. A two-player mode is also available! By combining costume abilities with friends, players may be able to reach new locations. BALAN WONDERWORLD will make its grand entrance on Nintendo Switch on March 26, 2021.
  • Rune Factory 5: Build a new life amidst a grand adventure in this heartwarming RPG. As a young man or woman with no memories, players will get a fresh start in the rural town of Rigbarth as a peacekeeping ranger. In addition to protecting the town, players’ day-to-day lives will include harvesting crops, fishing in the river and participating in local festivals. They may even find a special someone to start dating, fall in love with … and get married to! A new battle system allows players to perform combo attacks with allies to take down monsters. Begin life anew in a fantasy world when Rune Factory 5 launches on Nintendo Switch in 2021.

RIP 3DS

Mailbag

Outro

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  5. NEW ZELDA GAME! (sort of)

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How Should YOU Play in the Xbox Ecosystem?

It is now clear more than ever that the Xbox brand is not just targeting traditional console players. The vast majority of their marketing, infrastructure investments, capability efforts, as well as many other things have all pointed to a general “we want everyone to play on Xbox.” To play “on Xbox” doesn’t necessarily refer to the literal box under your TV anymore, it refers to the Xbox ecosystem; it’s games, it’s social interface, and other connectivity and integration. There are more ways than ever to access the Xbox library of games. There is the current console generation, Xbox One which includes the One S, One S All-Digital, and One X versions. There is the next-gen hardware, Xbox Series S and Series X. There is PC gaming, since all Xbox Game Studios releases now come to Steam and Game Pass for PC on release day of the console versions. Starting this week, there is now Cloud Gaming, available through a Game Pass Ultimate subscription.

Microsoft has given the gamer options. For people like me, that’s a good thing. Let me decide what’s best for me, my lifestyle, and most important to many people – the wallet. Let’s examine these options and do our best to determine what’s the best fit for the gamer inside of you. These options I’m about to discuss are not ranked in any particular and are my genuine best attempt to use people’s general behaviors, tendencies, and financials to decide what is best for them. There’s always circumstances that can come up that are unique to only you and your exact scenario may not be covered here, but I trust you’ll use this information to make the best decision regardless. Let’s get started!

Current Generation Gaming (Xbox One) – This is a little trickier to explain than you might think. The original Xbox One by most estimations is going to run like potato the further we get into next-gen games. If this is all you got, then it’ll work, but I’d recommend saving up for a new console. However, if you’ve got an Xbox One S or One X, both consoles should perform fine for the next couple years. The One X in particular is currently seen as the most powerful current gen console, so it’s not unthinkable that it can still hold its own for the next 2-3 years, or more. If you’re short on funds currently, have a gigantic backlog of current generation games, or just don’t feel all that hyped for any of the announced upcoming next-gen games, by all means, try and squeeze a few more dollars of value out of Xbox One. If you’ve got Game Pass, surely you’ve not played every game on there just yet so feel free to take your time upgrading. Keep in mind that the more time goes by, the less your current console will be worth via a trade in at a place like Gamestop. The upside to that is you can hold out for a good discount, perhaps a good Black Friday deal over the next 2-3 years and probably save more money on the purchase that you would’ve lost by not trading in your older console sooner. All indications are that Microsoft will be doing their best to keep Xbox One viable for as long as possible.

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Next Generation Gaming (Xbox Series S and Series X) – Alright, so if you’re paying close attention here, you’re probably someone that is fairly certain or heavily considering the console upgrade for next generation. If that’s not you, then go back a section and see if you can be content sticking with Xbox One for a bit longer. For people that are certain they want that “next-gen experience” which of course is somewhat of a grey area based on the current games announced you know you want the new shiny thing, it’s just a matter of which shiny thing essentially. You’ve got two choices – Series S and Series X. These consoles are very clearly for different audiences. This is not to say that some people won’t be on the fence between the two systems, but the masses shouldn’t be if Xbox’s customer education and marketing is on point (which can be a big if sometimes).

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Xbox Series S is basically the budget console. It’s the new car with the automatic windows, power steering, good gas mileage and a few other things but it doesn’t have the 4-wheel drive, the sunroof, the reverse camera and things like that. It is priced at $300, which is $200 less than the Xbox Series X, and $100-$200 cheaper than the PS5 depending on the model. It’s also the same price as the portable Nintendo Switch, but very much more capable for higher end games. Whatever criticisms there are for this console can always be shrugged away with “but still, look at that price!” The cons are no disk drive for physical games, less internal memory, and weaker graphics capabilities than PS5 and Xbox Series X, namely 4K resolution. It’s pro’s are that is does everything else the same as those systems but at a greatly reduced price. It’s processing power is the same as Series X and technically on paper is faster than the PS5. It will have same next gen features such as faster loading times and quick resume. It’s a great bargain for anyone trying reign in that monthly family budget or not trying to break the savings account for Christmas this year. If you only play a handful of games, such as Fortnite (or any battle-royale), annual versions of FIFA, Madden, Call of Duty and don’t care about playing movies or physical media, this is probably your guy right here. If you don’t have a 4K TV or more importantly don’t care about playing games in 4K because something like framerate is more important to you, well then the reasons for Series S are piling up. Even if you don’t play any of those games but largely just stick to 2-3 games for long periods of time, then the system will still have plenty of storage for you to manage with. Casual gamers will love this system. New gamers will love this system. Veteran gamers that don’t consider the Xbox brand their preferred method of gaming might still pick one up as well. There’s a good amount of value, intrigue, and marketability for the Xbox Series S.

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Xbox Series X is the heavy weight. Using our car analogy from before, it’s the Cadillac Escalade. All the bells and whistles for next-gen consoles. It boosts the highest graphical power, targeting 4K as it’s baseline and reportedly 8K ready (assuming that ever becomes a thing in the next 10 years). It will handle 60 frames per second with ease and do quite nicely for those developers wishing to push up to 120 fps. It has the most built in storage space out of all the next-gen options. The only metric on paper that it isn’t the best or tied for best is it’s SSD speed, which is a smidge slower than the PS5. That’s it. It’s a straight up beast. This beast does cost $499 and includes a physical disk drive. It’s a big chunk of change, but it is boasting performance that on it’s launch day is more than most people’s gaming PC’s (for now). If you’re an enthusiast and have got the disposable income set aside, and perhaps don’t want to worry about storage space (by comparison), graphical capabilities, or having to upgrade anytime soon, this is likely your best match. People with an already build PC that has a 2080ti or better graphics card could elect to put that $499 into improving their PC rig if they wish. If you don’t have a PC to speak of for gaming, you’re talking about spending roughly $1500 on a new PC build just to match the Series X performance. The Series X is only a third-ish of that cost. Some people have a great gaming PC, but just prefer console. The people that have that kind of disposable income for a great PC but prefer console gaming will probably want Series X as well. We’ll talk more about PC in a moment.

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In summary for next generation systems, if you’re looking to squeeze the value out of every last dollar and don’t give a rip about 4K resolution, go with the Series S. If you want the best and you don’t mind opening up the wallet a little, go with the Series X. The affordability argument for each console gets another layer to it however. Microsoft has it’s All-Access program for new consoles. The reader’s digest version is that you can finance your new console (and the Gamepass subscription) into 0% APR monthly payments over 24 months. Personally speaking, I’m not a fan of using credit to purchase something that is purely of entertainment value. With that said, the concept is basically the same as every time most people get a new cell phone. The monthly payment for the phone is lumped into your monthly service bill. At the end of the 24 months you own the console outright. You can get Series S and 2 years of Xbox Gamepass Ultimate for $25 per month, Series X and 2 years comes out to $35. If you don’t want the big lump some payment but have decent to good credit, you could go this route for Series S. If you are trying to be cost efficient but can see the long-term benefits to investing into the beefier console, Series X, because you perhaps want that extra storage or you plan on getting a 4K TV eventually, then you could go this route as well.

PC Gaming – It’s been standard now for a few years that Microsoft’s 1st Party games now release on Steam the same day they are released on console. PC performance all depends on your PC itself, but you have the same access to mostly the same library of games. PC has it’s own slice of the Game Pass subscription as well, you can use Game Pass for PC on it’s own, or use Game Pass for PC as part of your Game Pass Ultimate subscription. If you’ve already put a ton of cash into a PC fairly recently or you just prefer PC gaming in general, you still have significant access to the Xbox ecosystem. “But wait, doesn’t Microsoft want me to buy their console instead of playing on PC?” Not really, at least not in the traditional sense. Their business strategy as well as how they measure success is not in outdated console war metrics, but in software sales, active users, and total subscriptions. These three things bring the company more profit than console sales. Yes, they still need to sell some consoles because not everyone has a PC and if they don’t have a PC or a console, then it’s harder to sell software and the only thing left is a subscription service, which we’ll cover below. Consoles are generally sold at a loss, software is sold with as much as a 30% piece of profit to the bottom line. So if they can get you to buy software, getting up to 30% a pop without also having to take the loss on a console sale, why wouldn’t they? Anyway, that doesn’t matter to you. What matters is, if you like your PC, it runs great, you like playing games on PC, and you really don’t feel like buying another box for under your TV (or monitor), then by all means, use your PC to join the Xbox eco system through Steam purchases or Game Pass.

Cloud Gaming – Cloud gaming capabilities, formerly known as Xcloud, launched this week for those individuals with an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Currently android devices, mostly cell phones and tablets are set and ready to go with over 150 games to choose from. In it’s current state, Cloud Gaming with Game Pass is likely to be more of a supplemental service for people in the United States and more developed countries. There’s no doubt large audiences in places like India and elsewhere around the world where a cell phone device that streams games is more accessible for the average person that console or PC hardware, will think of it as their primary means. Until Cloud Gaming has more time to solidify itself, this is just speculation on my part. However, it’s unlikely that Cloud Gaming will just be an android cell phone and tablet service forever. Expect PC and Laptop browser capabilities to follow later on down the road. If you’re tired of different generations of hardware, dozens of game cases laying around and perhaps just want something to take with you to play when you’re bored at the doctor’s office, waiting for your flight at the airport, or various other situations of that nature, consider Cloud Gaming with a Game Pass Ultimate subscription. Those examples are just referring to phone and tablet usage. A really old laptop or PC can become your cloud gaming device if the browser support comes along. With cloud gaming, no downloads or patches, cords, cables, etc etc; you essentially game on someone else’s computer in a galaxy far far away, well not a galaxy, but you get the picture.

What Option Is Best For YOU? – As mentioned at the beginning, there are many options. If you’re like me, you might have one of these options as your primary but still use other secondary avenues to stay engaged in the eco system. Microsoft is determined to get people from all corners of the world, many varying economic backgrounds, and gaming backgrounds into their ecosystem. How are they doing that? Multiple entry points into the ecosystem. Older console, newer console, PC, and Cloud. We have more options to play games than ever before. The best part of more options is, YOU DECIDE!

Joel Mead is a gaming enthusiast since 1990 when he got an NES for Christmas. He occasionally streams on Twitch and you can find him talking about Xbox, Nintendo, and gaming in general in the RunJumpStomp discord community. Follow him on twitter @meadiocregamer.

New Exclusive Outcasters Screenshots. Oh, and they answered some of our questions.

Before you get started reading the interview, you should check out the official Outcasters TwitterOutcasters Instagram, and Outcasters Discord!!!

Oh, and if you didn’t know, we’ve got a podcast all about Stadia! You should definitely listen to it, or watch it. Totally up to you!


Q: Can you describe for our community what kind of game that Outcaster is? 

A: Outcasters is a fast-paced, competitive, and chaotic shooter for up to 8 players. It’ll test your speed, skill, and creativity if you want to win.

Q: How long is the average match? Will the game be quick to pick up and play, or require a long time investment in each match?

A: Matches can be short if you’re really good! But we want you to be able to enjoy Outcasters no matter how much time you have. You can pick up and play for a few matches, or play it for ages with your friends.

It’s why Stadia is the perfect platform for Outcasters; it’s so easy to jump in with your friends straight away.

Q: Do your characters level up at all with play, or are any drops or unlocks just cosmetics?

A: You unlock abilities over your first few levels as you learn the game, but everything else is up to you!

Q: With support for both Keyboard/Mouse and controller (as well as touch controls on mobile) are you planning to separate people using different input methods for matchmaking?

A: We aren’t, but we’ve made sure that the different control methods all feel amazing to play.

Q: What Stadia specific features have you included in the game, any planned support for crowd play?

A: We aren’t talking about this just yet, but keep your eyes peeled!

Q: Why did you bring this game to Stadia in particular?

A: I don’t need to tell you, but Stadia is a really cool platform! Having no downloads, minimal load times, the ability to play anywhere and on any device is revolutionary. We thought Outcasters was the perfect fit.

Q: How has the development process been so far on Stadia? 

A: The team have been amazing to work with, but I won’t embarrass myself by trying to talk about the technical stuff! We’ll be talking more about that sort of thing in the future.

Q: Do you have any plans for post-release content you could share with us?

A: Not just yet! But Outcasters fans will have plenty to look forward to

Q: What is the coolest feature of the game that you can’t wait for people to play with?

A: Honestly, I’m just so excited to see people get their hands on it! Obviously, we’ll see some crazy customisations, but I want to see just how good people are going to get at it, and some of the amazing plays people will be able to pull off!

Q: What question do you wish that we had asked about Outcasters?

A: Where to find out more! Here’s Twitter and here’s the Splash Damage website!

Switch Craft Show Notes 582

Mario Emulated, Partner Mini Direct, New NES and SNES games.

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Mario games are emulated

Mailbag

Outro

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  2. Another Nintendo Direct Mini! (Partner Showcase)
  3. It belongs in a museum
  4. More Age of Calamity information coming soon, Themed Switch, Delays, Mailbag…
  5. NEW ZELDA GAME! (sort of)

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Switch Craft Show Notes 581

Why don’t we have xCloud on the Switch? Sales records broken, Hot shot racing and maybe even the mailbag.

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Live chat – Trev125 “Something I was thinking about with xCloud launching soon is why isn’t it on the switch? Do you think its a Nintendo thing or an Xbox thing?”

Switch breaks a sales record

Super Mario Bros. 3 Prototype

Mailbag

Outro

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  2. Another Nintendo Direct Mini! (Partner Showcase)
  3. It belongs in a museum
  4. More Age of Calamity information coming soon, Themed Switch, Delays, Mailbag…
  5. NEW ZELDA GAME! (sort of)

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Scarefest Kholat Gets Limited Quantity Physical

Red Art Games is pleased to announce that online pre-order for the physical boxed version of Kholat on Nintendo Switch are available now, with a limited edition of 3800 copies with a price of €29.99/£27/$35.

·         Pre-Order Link  www.redartgames.com 

Billed as the most terrifying journey of your life, Nintendo gamers can experience this epic adventure game, which was created by Polish indie developer IMGN.PRO and narrated by famous British actor Sean Bean.

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“We are very proud to announce the physical version of Kholat on Nintendo Switch – one of the best titles to usher in the new school term!” – Michael Binkowski – CEO of Red Art Games.

Kholat was previously released on PC /PS4 /XB1, where it sold over 700,000 units across those three platforms and accumulated over 3.5M users, becoming one of the most popular indie horror games. Kholat is an exploration adventure game with elements of horror inspired by the event known as Dyatlov Pass Incident. The player will plunge directly into the boundless scenery of the inhospitable Ural Mountains with the task of finding out what really happened. Controlling the main character you trace the steps of a group of nine Russian college students who went missing in February 1959 on Kholat Syakhl.

Kholat is told through a first-person horror adventure framework and presents an atmospheric storyline of intrigue and mystery. With standard survival equipment including map, compass and flashlight, the player must balance their health and well being with the challenges that unfold. A sense of unease will wash over the player as  periods of time pass,  the cold winds and wintery conditions that prevail as you move from location to location. Limited information in the form of notes and cryptic voiceover as the player journeys through the world add to the experience of feeling lost as ghostly figures roam looking for their prey!

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Features

·         Narrated by Sean Bean 

·         immersive exploration experience 

·         Chilling atmosphere and tension 

·         Self made story inspired by true events 

·         Non-linear open world 

·         Challenging exploration

·         In-game navigation by map and compass 

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About Red Art Games

Founded in January 2018, Red Art Games is a French video game publishing company offering physical versions of video games only available in digital and in limited edition. The games presented on Sony PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita and Nintendo Switch, very retro gaming oriented, are, therefore, particularly aimed at collectors. Today, Red Art Games has published no less than 30 video games, all platforms combined, and does not intend to stop there! 

For more information, visit www.redartgames.com and follow us on Twitter (@REDARTGAMES)

Stadia Cast Show Notes Episode 75

Intro

Before we get started – We record this show live! Sunday mornings at 10am Eastern at youtube.com/stadiacast.

If you want to directly support Stadiacast and you’re here with us Live you can use the Super-chat feature to support us and make sure that we see your message, we’ll respond to Each Super-chat in the second half of the show or in the post show depending on how long things go!

You can also now become a member of our Channel if you want to know more about that click the Join button right below the video.

What have we been playing?

Full playthrough with Lloyd

News

Ubisoft Forward Event

Apple allows game streaming, but don’t get your hopes up yet.

Microsoft changes Gamepass price includes EA

Baldur’s Gate 3 will have Crowd Choice at Early Access Launch

Crowd Play

Outro

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Ubisoft Forward, Apple nonsense, Microsoft changes pricing, Crowd Choice this month Stadia Cast – A Google Stadia Podcast

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  1. Ubisoft Forward, Apple nonsense, Microsoft changes pricing, Crowd Choice this month
  2. Avengers / Bomberman / Ubisoft and more!
  3. Marvels monetization model, September Pro Games, Are we FINALLY getting Crowd Play?
  4. Will Gotham Knights and Suicide Squad come to Stadia?
  5. Epic vs the world! Rock of Ages 3, Make Stadia Better, GTA V

Switch Craft Show Notes 580

More Age of Calamity information coming soon, Themed Switch, Delays, Mailbag…

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Pre-Orders unavailable

Screenshots from Age of Calamity

Fortnite themed Switch

Mailbag

since zelda’s 35th anniversary is happening next year, do you think that we are going to get either news of BoTW 2 on zelda’s 35th, or do you think we are going to get the full game? i would appreciate yout thoughts on this, and keep the great content coming.

Discord user – L1nkLegend

Outro

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  2. Another Nintendo Direct Mini! (Partner Showcase)
  3. It belongs in a museum
  4. More Age of Calamity information coming soon, Themed Switch, Delays, Mailbag…
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Switch Craft Show Notes 579

I think you are now ready, ready to hear what happened 100 years ago!

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New Zelda

4K Switch?

Mailbag

Outro

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Mini Direct with some surprises, RIP 3DS, 3rd Party Pro, Nintendo Switch Craft – A Nintendo Podcast

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  1. Mini Direct with some surprises, RIP 3DS, 3rd Party Pro,
  2. Another Nintendo Direct Mini! (Partner Showcase)
  3. It belongs in a museum
  4. More Age of Calamity information coming soon, Themed Switch, Delays, Mailbag…
  5. NEW ZELDA GAME! (sort of)

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