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Switch Craft Show Notes 414

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On Episode … of Nintendo Switch Craft,

Doom is delayed, Don’t mess with this guy’s switch, what’s an orange ricky?

Those stores and more! On this episode of Nintendo Switch Craft.

Intro

Switch Craft is brought to you live every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Tune in live at Twitch.tv/runjumpstomp/ This episode of Switch Craft is made possible by Patrons like Chris N. Get Switch Craft and my other content ad free for as little as a dollar at Patreon.com/RunJumpStomp/ Leave a voicemail for the show by heading to runjumpstomp.com/voicemail from any device, and I may play it on the show!

GIVEAWAY! Winner was TFWagner!

Story Links for this Episode

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends will contain the original 100 levels

Feedback

Outro

Become a part of the community at runjumpstomp.com/discord you can also watch the show live at twitch.tv/runjumpstomp. Get a hold of me by emailing me Runjumpstomp@gmail.com or you can reach out to me on Twitter @runjumpstomp Use the #NintendoSwitchCraft

This show is part of the Giant Sized Team Up Network, for more information check out GSTU.net

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Switch Craft Show Notes 408

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On Episode … of Nintendo Switch Craft,

ARMS shows us where to go, Classic Doom gets an update, and a reason to log in. Plus your feedback on the next Smash character.

Those stores and more! On this episode of Nintendo Switch Craft.

Intro

Switch Craft is brought to you live every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Tune in live at Twitch.tv/runjumpstomp/ This episode of Switch Craft is made possible by Patrons like Chris N. Get Switch Craft and my other content ad free for as little as a dollar at Patreon.com/RunJumpStomp/ Leave a voicemail for the show by heading to runjumpstomp.com/voicemail from any device, and I may play it on the show!

GIVEAWAY! Winner was Gasarakii!

Thank you for 1 million downloads!

Story Links for this Episode

Arms official site redirects you (Not to worry though)

Thanks Mr. Iwata!

Feedback

Jeremy calls in (Make sure fader is up)

Email from Froozog

You said you are still having frame rate issues with Zelda but you have also said installing the game on the system could fix this.So if you have a back up of your game then you could uninstall it, remove the SD card and reinstall on the system.

In regards to Pokemon version exclusives. You and your son can pick up duplicates then trade them. So other than the legendary, you should be able to collect most of them, including Sir’fetchd, even if you aren’t playing Sword.

Email from Nick

I agree with you on loot boxes and other money sucking stuff.  Did you like the old days, no internet just your cart and game console.? I worry that soon the switch will not have a cart slot. If that happens I will retire from gaming.  I think you should be able to pay for a game “ONE AND DONE. I want to Thank You for spreading the word about what might be the end of console gaming. 

Email from James

I want to talk about Mario Kart Tour after you recently discussed on your show.

The game isn’t as fun as Mario Kart Deluxe on the Switch. It never will be. However, for a phone game, I think it is pretty fun. There are settings you can adjust, but generally I am able to steer my kart and enjoy the game.
Now let’s talk about the pay model. I will probably never pay real money for the game. $5 a month for minimal content is not worth it. I might consider at $1 a month, though. The rubies to unlock new karts and drivers through a gacha system are also not worth it. If Nintendo offered a bunch of permanently unlocked content for about $10 like Super Mario Run, I think I would do it.
Time will tell if Nintendo’s sales approach to this game will work. However, for now I am happy to enjoy a Mario Kart race on my phone for free for a few minutes here and there.

Email from Scott

Hey Bill… you told us we were free to tell you you’re wrong. 🙂 But
not on the topic you were talking about (which I agreed).

The detail I wanted to bring up was your comment about corporations
having a legal obligation to maximize shareholder profits. This is a
common myth often repeated around the internet, podcasts, and news
stories, but it is not true.

https://www.lawschool.cornell.edu/academics/clarke_business_law_institute/corporations-and-society/Common-Misunderstandings-About-Corporations.cfm
  (see the last/third point)

https://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2015/04/16/what-are-corporations-obligations-to-shareholders/corporations-dont-have-to-maximize-profits

Would be good to put an end to this “old wive’s tale” as many
justifications and rants I’ve heard have been based on this
misconception. If the person realized it wasn’t actually the case, it’d
often change the dialog considerably.

Outro

Become a part of the community at runjumpstomp.com/discord you can also watch the show live at twitch.tv/runjumpstomp. Get a hold of me by emailing me Runjumpstomp@gmail.com or you can reach out to me on Twitter @runjumpstomp Use the #NintendoSwitchCraft

This show is part of the Giant Sized Team Up Network, for more information check out GSTU.net

If you’re looking for ways to support the show, stop by RunJumpStomp.com/thankyou and for more content like this check out RunJumpStomp.com/shows

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Switch Craft Show Notes 374

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On Episode … of Nintendo Switch Craft,

Is Bethesda Doomed? Fire Emblem’s voice, The Last Day is coming soon! Those stories and more on this episode…

Intro

Switch Craft is brought to you live every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Tune in live at Twitch.tv/runjumpstomp/ This episode of Switch Craft is made possible by Patrons like Ron O. – Get Switch Craft and my other content ad free for as little as a dollar at Patreon.com/RunJumpStomp/ Leave a voicemail for the show by heading to runjumpstomp.com/voicemail from any device, and I may play it on the show!

Nominate SwitchCraft for a Podcast Award

Vacation

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Fire Emblem Voice Actor to be replaced

Voucher Program is going away!

Joy Con Repair!

Feedback

Email from Corbin

Hey bill I am a fan of the show and have been listening for a while and I recently got back in to the game legend of Zelda botw and because of this I have come close to 100% but there is one thing in the game that I just can’t buy and that is the amiibo exclusivitie items but I can’t go out and spend 600 dollars on 22 amiibo to just mostly use in this game so I went on amazon and looked up botw NFC cards and I bought a pack of 22 for 40 dollars. What do you think of People like me buying this love the show and thanks for reading  ]

Email from Montey

Mr. Bill (Oh noooo),

In light of all this controversy regarding the Nintendo Switch and Joy-Con drifting, I wanted to put in my two cents as well as reveal a larger part of the issue. So, my Joy-Cons began experiencing the drift several months ago, but was of little consequence because I primarily use the Xenoblade 2 Pro Controller. Well, as of last week, my Pro Controller has begun to experience the drift issue as well now. In my, albeit foolish, attempt to repair it, I managed to strip one of the screws. With that being said, I sympathize with Nintendo’s plight and honestly would have been okay paying the four or five dollars they were originally charging for the repairs. Being free is obviously preferable, but even a few dollars would have been better than dishing out eighty dollars for another pair of Joy-Cons. Since it seems my Pro Controller is dead in the water, I was curious if you had seen this new Pro Controller by 8bitdo, which seems promising. I have never experienced their products personally, but know their name is unanimous with quality.

The 8bitdo Pro Controller:

The condensed version of all of this is Pro Controller are beginning to experience drifting to, but from everything I have read, if you can take it apart, spray some condensed air around the base of the joysticks, and everything should be kosher.

Thank you for your great work! Long time listener and deeply appreciate your content!

I remain a humble and loyal listener,
Montague.

Outro

Become a part of the community at runjumpstomp.com/discord you can also watch the show live at twitch.tv/runjumpstomp. Get a hold of me by emailing me Runjumpstomp@gmail.com or you can reach out to me on Twitter @runjumpstomp Use the #NintendoSwitchCraft

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StadiaCast Show Notes Episode 2

Intro

Before we get started – We record this show live! Sunday mornings at 10am Eastern on our YouTube channel

Main Discussion

Game ownership and preservation

How do you preserve a game that you never had the files of?

How do you preserve a game that was never designed to be run outside a data center

NEWS

Story 1

Story 2

Venture Beat Interview with Phil Harrison

Biggest takeaways from the article –

-Release is closer to the end of 2019 than the middle of 2019.

-Upstream needed is minimal (literally a few hundred kilobytes per second)

Story 3

Best possible environment, but damn this looked really convincing in the realm of latency.
Summary – latency was close to an Xbox One X locally.

Story 4

In an interview with Variety, Phil Harrison said there is another Stadia event coming geared toward YouTube creators sometime before summer. The YouTubers event will tackle, among other things, how those video creators will make money through the service.

Feedback

If you want to be a part of the show, send an email to stadiacast@gmail.com just like Scott did!

As a representative of the 29 million Americans living on the 96.5% of
the USA which is not “urban”, I’d like to chime in regarding Stadia and 
provide a bit of a reality check.  While it is interesting technology, 
it is rather tone-deaf to the state of the American internet 
infrastructure. Most of the people I know have “broadband” clocking in 
under 10Mbit/s, which a considerable number (such as my parents) stuck 
at a 5Mbit/s tier that often doesn’t even hit that consistently. Many of 
these people have DSL as their only option, with the cable companies (as 
horrendous as they are) not considering their area to be worth running 
cable to. I even have a fair number of clients who are stuck at 1MBit/s 
DSL. Combine those speeds with latency, and then factor in the 
ubiquitous data caps most ISPs hit you with, and there is a serious 
disconnect between the utopian views of streaming-only, cloud-only lives 
like Stadia and the reality to American internet. The people coming up 
with Stadia, self-driving cars, and so on really seem to live in an 
Urban reality-distortion bubble which is really out of touch with the 
world beyond the suburbs.

Not only that, but just like digital-only gaming and the decline of 
physical media, I fear what a streaming-only gaming world will lead to. 
Digital-only and streaming-only advocates are shooting themselves in the 
foot and ruining so many core aspects of the gaming world. Game trading 
and borrowing, reselling old games, and guaranteed longevity  are being 
sacrificed for the sake of impatience. Can you imagine if you no longer 
could play Super Mario Bros 3 after 1995 when the NES was discontinued? 
(Yes, Nintendo has been kind enough to keep it alive via “virtual 
console” and emulation on later consoles, but we are at their whim and 
viability. And for a wihle, it almost seemed we weren’t going to get 
retro games on the Switch)

-Scott

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