RJS Show Notes 25

Intro

On this episode of Run Jump Stomp….

We have the official floorplan for E3 | Wow Classic is in BETA | Plus Crazy Eddie on this episode of RJS

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E3 Floor Plan

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WoW Classic Beta and WoW Cinematic

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Crazy Sale from Epic Store

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Feedback

Outro

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Switch Craft Show Notes 336

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Intro

Switch Craft is brought to you live 3 times a week on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm US Eastern, and on Saturday at whatever time I can get to it. Tune in live at Twitch.tv/runjumpstomp/ This episode of Switch Craft is brought to you by Phillip – Get Switch Craft and my other content ad free for as little as a dollar at Patreon.com/RunJumpStomp/

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E3 News

Sales with Switch List

Horizon Chase Turbo is getting some DLC

Devil May Cry for Switch

Investor Q and A

Feedback

Boomr19 from Discord wrote

So, I had a thought about something that’s lacking in the switch firmware, the social / sharing integrations for the switch is not good. It feels like it’s the bare minimum for sharing a video/photo to fb/twitter. For example, an autocomplete on a # tag would be really nice. as well as maybe a google drive / dropbox integration where I could save my video out to a cloud service without having to physically take my sd card to a computer. While I’m at it, the typing on the switch screen (since I primarily use it handheld) is not very good either. I don’t think Nintendo has done a lot of work to make that experience very good. Typing on a switch is not nearly as important as on a phone, but I think nintendo could take a note from iOS/android by helping the user “cheat” while typing.For example, you can change the touch areas for the screen based on the word that is being spelled, and provide more autocomplete suggestions at the top of the keyboard. Or perhaps allow third party keyboards? I know that all of these are not trivial, and that the biggest smartphone manufacturers still struggle with thisI guess this is only a problem for those of us who are primarily handheld users of the system. Really the keyboard isn’t my biggest gripe, it’s the lack of cloud storage integration.

Outro

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Switch Craft Show Notes 320

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Intro

Switch Craft is brought to you live 3 times a week on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm US Eastern, and on Saturday at whatever time I can get to it. Tune in live at Twitch.tv/runjumpstomp/ This episode of Switch Craft is brought to you by Chris N. – Get Switch Craft and my other content ad free for as little as a dollar at Patreon.com/RunJumpStomp/

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Thanks for the reviews! Pink Flamingo Clown Fish, MeritorMan

Starlink goes digital

Mortal Kombat Arcade


Feedback

Email

Hi Bill, 
Great idea on a Zelda X-COM-type strategy game, similar to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle. 
I was thinking of even taking your idea a step forward and incorporating past and present enemies from the Zelda franchise. Your team can be made up of Link, Zelda, Sheik, Impa, and maybe the 4 Champions from Breath of the Wild as well…each with their own skill set. Link with his bow and sword and possibly hookshot, Zelda with more magical powers, etc. Then, each level could move you across Hyrule, closer to Ganon’s castle. There are so many enemies from the franchise to choose from as well…Bokoblins, Lynels, ChuChus, Darknuts, Lizalfos, Moblins, Wizzrobes, Stalfos…and more!! Each area could have a mid and final boss and then lead up to a possible Ganondorf/Ganon battle at the end! I would love to see Nintendo put this into the hands of Ubisoft and see what they come up with! 
On the flip-side, my ideal game would be to have Square-Enix create a Zelda JRPG set in Hyrule, similar to Dragon Quest!! I just finished Dragon Quest XI and was pulled in by how good this game looked and the deep story behind each character. 
Love hearing everyone’s ideas–and it’s great to see Nintendo finally taking in new ideas for their IPs 🙂 
Thanks, 
LuvMyNES

Hey Bill,Caught your last episode and you mentioned that you were looking for some Indy titles that might need some attention? Here’s one for ya – Lost in Harmony it’s a mobile port that was on sale for one dollar I was skeptical at first when I noticed it on the eshop because of the price but let me tell you it’s one of the best rhythm games( besides rock band, guitar hero,) I have played, your this kid cruising around on his skateboard avoiding obstacles and moving to the beat of the song also has a fantastic soundtrack and challenging at times.I find the best way to play is in handheld mode with headphones on. Definitely worth the $1 and some.Thank you for making great content on a consistent basis.

Jeremy in Portland.

Outro

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Noteblock Balloon Trip Remix / runjumpstomp.com/music

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Switch Craft Show Notes 319

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Intro

Switch Craft is brought to you live 3 times a week on Tuesday and Thursday at 3pm US Eastern, and on Saturday at whatever time I can get to it. Tune in live at Twitch.tv/runjumpstomp/ This episode of Switch Craft is brought to you by Omar J. – Get Switch Craft and my other content ad free for as little as a dollar at Patreon.com/RunJumpStomp/

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E3 is on its way!

Champions continue at E3

Save the date for Persona 5 (Joker Leak)

Feedback

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Hey Bill,
On Switchcraft, you asked about potential Waluigi games. My suggestion:
Waluigi’s Time Machine
Waluigi travels through time to other iconic Nintendo games (think NES Remix) and wins battles that other heroes originally won. Of course, he is cheating so these would not be difficult challenges until later in the game. Waluigi is basically stealing glory. As you win, the original Nintendo games are replaced with a Waluigi version and picture.
James aka Legolawyer

Hey Bill. Just picked up Mario rabbids recently because it was on sale and so far I’ve loved it. I was a little unsure about this game because tactical turn based games didn’t really interest me but I figured I’d try it since it was on sale. While I was playing i was thinking about other franchises that would be great capitalize on Maro rabbids success and then I thought of MegaMan. How awesome would it be to have Mario vs MegaMan or MegaMan vs rabbids. All the amunition MegaMan has and skills would be perfect for this game. What do you think? Love the show, keep up the great work

-Mel

Outro

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Noteblock Balloon Trip Remix / runjumpstomp.com/music

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Nintendo Switch Tournament Series Continues During Nintendo’s Activities at E3 2019

After weeks of qualifiers and regional finals, the winners of the Splatoon 2 North America Inkling Open 2019 and the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate North America Open 2019 tournaments were just crowned at the PAX East video game convention in Boston. The four-player team FTWIN splatted its way to victory in the Splatoon 2 final event, while the three-person team from the Southeast region of the U.S., composed of Wrath, Devonte and Poltergust, smashed their opponents to emerge as the victors in the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate finals. Poltergust won the final match using Yoshi.

But the finals at PAX East are not the end for this exciting series of Nintendo Switch tournaments. The winners of these tournaments will now head to Los Angeles to represent North America in the global championships for both Splatoon 2 and Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. The epic team-based Super Smash Bros. Ultimate World Championship 2019 3v3 and the Splatoon 2 World Championship 2019 tournaments will take place on Saturday, June 8, in Los Angeles. Both events will feature players from North America, Europe, Japan and Australia/New Zealand. More details about this exciting event, including how to attend or watch live online, will be revealed in the future. Keep an eye on e3.nintendo.com for more information.

“We will showcase some of the best players of some of our biggest games on a huge international stage,” said Doug Bowser, Nintendo of America’s Senior Vice President of Sales and Marketing. “Whether you’re cheering for a favorite player or you just love to watch top-level competitive play, you’ll see how these events highlight the Nintendo community and bring people together.”

For more information about these Nintendo Switch tournaments, visit e3.nintendo.com.

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