A new image has appeared online and it showcases all the user icons that players will be able to pick from when Nintendo releases the Nintendo Switch. Players will be able to pick from the images above to appear on their profile for the upcoming system. The only image that is missing that players will be able to choose would be their Mii icon. Only time will tell if Nintendo decides to release more user profile icons but I can see them putting a section on the Nintendo eShop for easy revenue.
Although I am not completely sold on what icon I will be picking, Gannon from Wind Waker is looking mighty fine.
The top selling software for the Nintendo eShop (Wii U) has been revealed so check out the list below. Mario Party 2 takes top honors followed by Pokemon Snap.
Check out what people have been downloading on their Wii U system:
1. Mario Party 2
2. Pokemon Snap
3. Mario Kart 64
4. Super Mario 64
5. Zelda: Majora’s Mask
6. Super Mario World
7. Zelda: Skyward Sword
8. Super Mario 3D World
9. Zelda: Ocarina of Time
10. Minecraft: Wii U Edition
11. Super Mario Bros. 3
12. Zelda: Wind Waker HD
13. Mario Party 10
14. Star Fox 64
15. Super Mario Bros.
16. Super Mario RPG
17. Yoshi’s Woolly World
18. Paper Mario
19. Zelda: A Link to the Past
20. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
If you’re into JRPG’s and will be purchasing a Nintendo Switch, make sure you watch the new trailer above. I am Setsuna looks to capture the magic of old JRPG’s and we couldn’t be more excited. I haven’t played this game as of yet, so I am pretty happy that it is headed to Switch.
Check it out and let us know if you plan on downloading this marvelous looking RPG. Enjoy.
The good people over at IGN were nice enough to out together this fantastic video, so check it out! The compilation displays 61 games headed to the Nintendo Switch. From Super Mario Odyssey to Splatoon 2 to Yooka-Laylee, the Nintendo Switch looks like it’s going to be off to a great start when it releases next month. I have mine pre-ordered and will be covering the new system in full so keep it here.
As we are all eagerly awaiting the arrival of the Nintendo Switch, the company has released two TV commercials that players will begin to start seeing on the tube. The first advertisement showcases the mini-game compilation 1-2 Switch while the 2nd TV commercial focuses on everyone playing the system. Although I prefer the Switch TV commercial that aired during the Super Bowl, these new video’s aren’t too bad. Check them out and let us know what you think:
An all new video for the upcoming Splatoon 2 Switch game has been released and it showcases a new stage as well as spectator mode. The original took the gaming world by storm with its unique gameplay and online matches. It was a breath of fresh air and gamers everywhere fell in love with its gameplay mechanics. Its sequel, which is set to debut on the Nintendo Switch, will look to capitalize on the franchises success and we can’t wait to get a hold of this one.
It has been announced that this year’s big E3 show will be open to the public. An allotment of 15,000 tickets will be made available for anyone to buy on February 13th. The tickets are priced at $250, but an early bird discount that begins on February 13th means that they will only cost $150 for the time being. There will be consumer passes, media passes, and industry passes. The tickets give attendees access to the show floor, panel discussions, and other events. Sounds pretty nifty (and pricey) to us.
E3 2017 takes place from June 13-15th. What do you guys think?
Another day closer to the Nintendo Switch release and I have decided to upload an all new video on the YouTube channel. This one discusses the “tablet” of the Switch (which I guess is the system itself) and asks the question- Can the Nintendo Switch theoretically get iOS and Android titles? If so, the library for the device could be INSANE!
What do you guys think? Should Nintendo explore this?
For the first time ever, Nintendo has decided to run an ad during the Super Bowl. The 90 second spot will feature a number of key Switch titles and will no doubt cost the company a pretty penny. I am thrilled to hear this news as the Super Bowl will captivate millions around the US this Sunday and it’s nice to see Nintendo spend some money and capitalize on it.
The catchy ad features a new song by Imagine Dragons called “Believer” that premiered worldwide Jan. 31. The Nintendo Switch’s Super Bowl ad is scheduled to run during the game’s fourth quarter on Feb. 5.