Limited Run Games held their third annual game showcase on July 8th. What surprises did they have in store for Switch owners?
On July 15, 2020, we will get two more SNES games and one more NES game, bringing the total SNES games to 31 and NES games to 54.
On episode 201 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we’ll be giving out prizes, talking about what we’ve been playing, and discussing the latest news around Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokémon Unite, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2, Paper Mario: The Origami King, and more. As usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
On episode 200 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we’ll discuss all the recent announcements about Smash Bros., Pokémon, LEGO Super Mario sets, Jump Rope Challenge, EA Play Live 2020, the New Game Plus Expo, and more. We’ll also reminisce the past 199 episodes and talk about some giveaways! And as usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
Mr. Sakurai appeared from his own home this morning to present the latest new fighter for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. We knew the character wold be from ARMS, but until today, we didn’t know who it would be. Sakurai considered most of the characters, but finally decided on Min Min.
Out of the blue, the Pokemon Company announced via Twitter that they will be hosting a live stream filled with some new Pokemon news.
Earlier today, Nintendo decided to give us a little treat by showing off more of the different Super Mario line of LEGO sets.
Have you been looking for a way to stay active? Jump Rope Challenge is a brand new game/app created by a small group of Nintendo developers. As they were working from home, they developed this simple game to add fun movement to their lives. And now, you can get it for free on your Nintendo Switch until the end of September 2020.
On episode 199 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we lament over E3’s absence, but there is still a LOT of news to discuss: How Nintendo responded to George Floyd’s death, Nintendo’s upcoming shareholder’s meeting, March 2020 Switch sales numbers, Kirk Scott’s departure from Nintendo, an update on Nintendo’s account breach, the eShop summer sale, Super Nintendo World Japan photos, the Nintendo Ambassador program, and rumors about Game Boy Advance games coming to Switch Online. As usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
We have been captivated by the idea of Super Nintendo World ever since we heard of its inception. On our last podcast, we talked about some photos that had surfaced on Twitter of the park in Japan. They were great to see, but they were still grainy and at a distance. We put out a call for someone to get an aerial photo of the park, and just a couple days later, we have it!
[UPDATE: We apologize, but Universal Studios has asked the photographer to take the photo down, so we have also taken down our image.]
On episode 198 of the NintendoFuse Podcast, we will discuss the recent announcement of Paper Mario: The Origami King and Wholesome Direct. We’ll also talk about the latest LEGO Super Mario news, along with the upcoming Smash Bros. tournament, the issues with Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition on Switch, Super Nintendo World, and more. As usual, we’ll interact with you all in the live chatroom throughout the show, so make sure you join us!
Nintendo and LEGO have partnered up to bring a brand new experience for Mario fans in the form of the Super Mario sets, launching in August 1, 2020. They have since stated there will be expansion sets. Today, they announced another add-on in the form of the Power-Up Pack.
Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics will be available on Nintendo Switch starting on June 5, 2020, and Nintendo recently released a video walkthrough of all 51 of those games.
With these four additional games, the total NES and SNES games now tops 80 on Nintendo Switch.
Fans of Paper Mario have been wanting a sequel for years. Just recently, on our podcast, we speculated that we probably are not getting any new game announcements this year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Well, we were wrong. This morning, we were greeted with an announcement trailer for Paper Mario: The Origami King, a brand new adventure dropping on July 17, 2020, for the Nintendo Switch.