It’s been about two weeks since the Switch launched, and those who decided to take the plunge with the console have pretty much put the console through its paces. This is evident given the number of reports about the left Joy-Con as well as the dock scratching issues that have been cropping up on various outlets. It’s…
I’ve read a lot of articles on the Nintendo Switch, most of them from the perspective of reporters who had access to information about the console before anyone else. These reporters also had the Switch mailed out to them before the launch so they could review it. I haven’t read much that details an average consumer’s…
Now that everyone has had some time with the latest and greatest Zelda game, I’m thinking it’s time to air out our feelings and discuss without fear of slipping in spoilers.
Well here we are after over four years of hype. Yeah it’s been that long; The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was announced in January of 2013. But we made it folks, and by golly was it worth the wait! This is apex Zelda, the natural evolution to the franchises most modern, best form. I tried to keep this as…
So, let’s get this out of the way first and foremost.
We’ve all had a week of official Nintendo Switch experience and there’s been opinions across the board for Nintendo’s latest system. Console launches are getting tougher, with more consoles dealing with “soft” launches and slow roll-outs of features. But Nintendo needs a hit right out the gate, and despite the hype,…
Hey new Switch owners! If you’d like connect with other Switch users from TAY this is the place to do it. Simply comment with your Friend Code and we can all buddy up for some online fun. Feel free to mention what games you’re planning on picking up as well.
Merry Switchmas Eve, everybody! I hope everyone is firmly braced for the floodgates to be thrown open tomorrow. But based on Nyren’s previous post about Switch pre-orders getting canceled, I wanted to check with the folk that pre-ordered a Switch and their ultimate result.
Consider, at conventions—game, anime, or otherwise—the prevalence of the Nintendo 3DS, followed in a distant second place by the Playstation Vita. For the Nintendo Switch appears to be, in numerous ways, the descendant of both systems.
I ran into one of my friends last night, who happens to run the local Game Stop, and he implored me too pay off my Switch preorder ASAP. I don’t actually have a Switch on preorder, but he warned me that any not paid in full in the next few weeks, might have their reservation cancelled. Apparently, Game Stop is not…
Hello again! If you read my previous post, you saw that I ended it with a promise to go into detail about my thoughts regarding a certain upcoming Nintendo console. After standing in line for about an hour, I tried the Nintendo Switch at PAX South this past weekend, and here’s what I thought of the whole experience:
The Switch needs to be alot more than the Wii U’s successor to have any relevance. The little machine is already turning heads and raising eyebrows, and people are wondering what this means for Nintendo’s handheld business.
I mean, you hold it in your hands and everything! Duh.
This article is a must read for everyone expecting Pokemon Stars, Mario & Luigi or other Nintendo handheld-series on the Switch. Spare yourself the disappointment as I’ll prove why you shouldn’t expect these series either anytime soon, or ever at all.
It’s a goddamn mystery, that’s what this is.
Hey all, Sylverstone here!