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  1. Is anyone out there shunning travel and enjoying their holiday weekend with a bit of gaming? In which systems/games will you be indulging? I will be continuing my progress through Hyrule Warriors. In addition, I’m going to give Doom a second chance. Finally, I’m going to try Skyrim for the first time.
  2. You can pick up some great Capcom titles on Switch, 3DS and the Wii U for a bargain RIGHT NOW! Mega Man Legacy Collection - 3DS - $5.99 (was $14.99) Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney - 3DS - $14.99 (was $19.99) Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Dual Destinies - 3DS - $10.19 (was $29.99) Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice - 3DS - $14.99 (was $29.99) Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy - 3DS - $14.99 (was $29.99) Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate - Wii U - $7.99 (was $39.99) Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate - 3DS - $5.99 (was $19.99) Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate - 3DS - $8.99 (was $29.99) Monster Hunter Generations - 3DS - $15.99 (was $39.99) Resident Evil Revelations - 3DS - $7.99 (was $19.99) Resident Evil Revelations - Wii U - $9.99 (was $39.99) Resident Evil Revelations - Switch - $14.99 (was $19.99) Resident Evil Revelations 2 - Switch - $14.99 (was $19.99) Super Street Fighter IV 3D Edition - 3DS - $7.99 (was $19.99) DuckTales: Remastered - Wii U - $3.74 (was $14.99) Dungeons & Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara - Wii U - $3.74 (was $14.99) >> Check it out on Nintendo.com here << Shoutout to @MrMischief for giving me the heads up!
  3. What is the strongest weapon you have ever picked up? I have a Royal Guard’s Claymore at 115, and I haven’t seen anything online stronger than that. Have you? I put a spoiler tag just in case someone hasn’t had the chance to play yet.
  4. Hey! For those of you who have SMM and like making levels, reply to this with the code for your first level, and then the code for your most recent level. I'll try to play as many as I can, and you guys can play other people's levels! Let's compare them and see how far we've all improved. Here are my codes: First Level (Mystery Cave) 74DE-0000-0096-34EC Most Recent Level (Super Mario Odyssey: SMM Style!) C63A-0000-0371-5632
  5. The End of an Era

    Hello, I'm not quite sure if others are aware of this but I shall continue anyway. As all of you should know, Nintendo released the Switch a few months ago... The new device is heralding the end of the handheld DS. Meaning that Nintendo will most likely no longer release any new devices because they want to compete with the "big guys". Some of you may disagree, but it is plausible. Does the 3DS have a future now that the Switch is here? It is even suspected that the Switch will surpass the sales of the Wii U in a year. They've even closed down Miiverse, as some of you may know. I made one of my best online best friends on that platform, and I didn't get to say goodbye. But I guess it's time to say hello to the future. I hope we all make new, better memories in the future of Nintendo. -Gunner
  6. Hey! It's me, Fiscus! To provide a bit of backstory on why I was so late on covering this game, I have written a review before about the Nintendo Switch itself. I talked a lot about Breath of the Wild there. Then I realized that I had not explained all of the things that I could have, and here we are today. Before we begin, I will be calling this game BotW because it's easier to write, and saves us all some time. To start off, there will be NO SPOILERS in this review, for the sake of anyone who hasn't been able to buy a Nintendo Switch yet and wants one, or for Wii U owners who haven't had the chance to pick up a copy. HOWEVER, I will assume that you know about the shrines that have been advertised by Nintendo themselves for QUITE SOME TIME. Now onto the actual review: BotW is easily one of the best first party Nintendo games since the GameCube era. Some might even say it's the best Zelda game! You can tell that the designers really put a lot of effort in this one. I find myself often exploring just for the sake of exploring, which is definitely something that other Zelda games just didn't do. Every mechanic and I do mean EVERY MECHANIC is designed to not get in the way of exploring. The horse riding and mounted combat are spectacular, the battle mechanics are amazing, the towns, NPCs, and side quests all don't get in the way and feel unique, and the shrines are all fun and challenging. Everything is optional, so much so that you will find yourself wandering off instead of continuing with the story right away. Trust me. I'm not the type of gamer that strays from the plot, and even I got sidetracked. And the only times where you are doing something that should be mostly linear, you still have some degree of freedom, and nothing in the game feels necessary. Killing monsters is very fun, even guardians. (You will die to guardians A LOT.) Often times, you have various options of how to go about doing something that, by itself, is optional. This makes you ask questions that help make the game more enjoyable. A good example of this would be when killing monsters. Do you sneak attack them while they're asleep? Do you sneak attack them using special food, elixirs or gear? Do you shoot them with a bow from a distance, do you steal their weapons and attack them up close? Or my personal favorite: Do you SHOOT THE FRIGGIN EXPLOSIVE BARRELS? This adds a fair bit of depth and strategy to the game without feeling too overwhelming. Here are just a few more reasons why I think you should definitely buy this game: The story mode doesn't restrict ANYTHING AT ALL! Everything that you can see is explorable. That is, if your stamina is high enough. Weapons do break in this game, and some people may see that as a downside, but it adds more to the open world feel of the game. In a game where you can use tree branches and skeleton arms as weapons, you can always find a weapon lying around. This also helps to balance the over powered weapons that you can get. Even when you have finished the story, and done a fair bit of sidequests and exploring, your game will still be around 20 - 30 percent done. This leaves a whole lot to do and makes sure that the game will almost never get boring. Don't worry though, If you've played other Zelda games, BotW will be familiar enough for you to enjoy. BotW has the unique characteristic of a level of difficulty that newcomers and die-hard Zelda fans alike can enjoy. To wrap things up, BotW is the ultimate Legend of Zelda game in my opinion. I would say that it's the best open world game! But I'm biased. After all, it is the only Nintendo open world game on the market. From the depth of the in-game mechanics and strategy to the hidden little secrets, this game will keep you coming back for more. I give this game a perfect 10/10. It is the ideal Zelda game, and one of, if not the best game on the Nintendo Switch and Wii U. The sense of freedom and wilderness that it conveys has caught the attention of many gamers, myself included. I'm sure I haven't covered all that needs to be covered, especially with a game as big as this one. I tried to make it a concise review, to not bore anyone too much. If you have the time, feel free to comment in the thread, and let me know what you think about BotW. If you have any tips, please mark them under spoilers for anyone who doesn't like them. QUICK TOTALLY UNRELATED SIDE NOTE: There's a YouTuber who's name is Dystifyzer. He currently has a 24/7 Nintendo ONLY music live stream with LIVE REQUESTS. You should check it out sometime. Be sure to say Fiscus sent you! SIDE NOTE OVER And with that, yet another brief review is over. All your base are belong to me, FISCUS OUT. PostScript: I spent 15 minutes just writing the text on the thumbnail, so that's a thing.
  7. Is the Wii U worth it in 2017?

    Personally, I like my wii u very much along with my nintendo switch but if you didn't have it, is it still worth it? I personally think that buying the wii u instead of the switch is questionable, but not crazy since the price has dropped down a little. What is your opinion?
  8. BotW: Wii u vs Switch

    Is it worth it to buy a nintendo switch JUST to get the "playable" version of BotW when you already have a wii u? I have both consoles but what's your opinion?
  9. Hey all! As an avid fan of Nintendo, I was very intrigued when they released the peculiar Wii U back in 2012. I was amazed by the Gamepad and what new possibilities it unlocked for gaming, but sadly I (as well as many online critics) felt that it was rarely, if ever, used to its full potential. What games do you think did it best? What would you say is the best function of the Gamepad for gaming as a whole?
  10. nintendo switch games

    Hi what do you think about the nintendo switch versions of wii u games (like mk8, splatoon or pokken tournament)? Are they really "new" or are they just a sortof remake?
  11. I say the Wii U! Here is the list of Zelda games you can play on the Wii U. What other console lets you play 14 different Zelda series games? If you are a Zelda fan, you need to own a Wii U. -The Legend of Zelda -The Adventure of Link -A Link to the Past -Ocarina of Time -Majora's Mask -The Minish Cap -Phantom Hourglass -Spirit Tracks -Skyward Sword -Windwaker HD -Twilight Princess HD -Breath of the Wild -Link's Crossbow Training -Hyrule Warriors
  12. SPOILERS!!! I have Breath of the Wild on Switch, so if you own it on Wii U your experience may be a little different, I don't know. The Breath of the Wild starts you out in a small area of the gigantic map, with your only way out relying on an old man and his trade offer (Reminds me of the Old man from Zelda 1) and so you do what he wants so you can continue your journey. During this time, you get a feel for the world. You can do what he wants you to do in your order of choosing, and you quickly realize some environments require you to stay warm, some want you to stay colder to survive. After you do what he asks, he reveals that he is infact the ex-king of Hyrule, and the first main mission you get is to "Defeat Ganon." You can go right to Hyrule castle, but you will be destroyed. The story is that 100 years ago, Link, Zelda, and four champions fell to Ganon in an attempt to save Hyrule, and Hyrule has since fallen into ruin. You can traverse the world to do what you want, and you can find some special items that aren't required (Such as the Master Sword that people hint at throughout the game, and the Hylian shield, that people do NOT hint at throughout the game) and throughout your travels you find little Koroks to expand your inventory, and different villages to explore. The amount of intriguing sidequests offer many styles to play, you can buy your own house, make your own village, etc. The main goal of the game is to find four villages, (Zoras domain, Gerudo Town, Rito whatever, and Goron city) talk to an elder, beat a temple (Divine Beast) and defeat the boss. Do this four times, and take on Ganon. I don't quite understand age, though. Sidon remembers Mipha quite fondly, and if he was alive during her lifetime, he would be over 100 years old, and the Gerudo princess would also be over 100 years of age. It doesn't make sense. All in all, Breath of the wild is a Skyrim + Zelda 1 combination, and it works beautifully. Especially if you know lore, because you will find secrets much easier. What did you think of this game?
  13. Guys I'm wondering what's the best order to tackle the divine beasts in order of easiest to most difficult? thank you all
  14. Do you think the Switch will rise to the occasion or fall and burn like it's predecessor, the Wii U
  15. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NgBvbX1wTRA
  16. With the possibility of a Smash 4 port for the Switch, or simply more DLC for the Wii U version, which characters would you like for them to add. Personally, I would like Bomberman and Skull Kid from Majora's Mask.
  17. Zelda: WiiU Vs Switch

    I was wondering how many of you have played either the WiiU version and the Switch version of Breath of the Wild? Also are there any noticeable differences between the two versions and if it's worth buying the switch to play it on? Thank you~
  18. My thoughts on the Wii U

    Before I give my thoughts on the Wii U, I thought I'd give a sentence or two about the past Nintendo consoles that I've owned. Well, as some of you may know...the first console that I owned was the Nintendo 64. It was a blast to explore 3D environments and experience the then latest in graphic capabilities. The Gamecube reminded me of a lunchbox. I owned a Purple one, and the controller felt so nice to hold, unlike the Nintendo 64. Also some great game for the Gamecube like Luigi's Mansion and Paper Mario: TTYD. The Wii was for casuals mostly. I did, however, enjoy the motion control which were implemented into some of the games. The motion controls weren't perfect, but did add some reality to the games. I enjoyed games like the Trauma Center series, Super Paper Mario, and Super Mario Galaxy! Alright, now time for what I thought about the Wii U! Well, I always tend to buy my Nintendo consoles relatively early in their life cycle. There weren't a lot of games at release, and along with the poor idea of calling it the Wii U, which led to many people getting confused, did not help the console's market share. However, the Wii U was absolutely brilliant in that it allowed people to play without needing their tv turned on, or they could let other people watch shows. This helped me a great deal in the early days, as my family only had one television at the time. This was also where we first got fantastic titles like Splatoon, Xenoblade Chronicles X(my first Xenoblade game, I would later buy the first one for 3DS at a later date), and new versions of classics like Mario Kart, Super Smash Brothers and Mario Party(which still is quite bad...hopefully they return to formula for the Switch version). We also ended up getting more independent games which increased the library size for the system. We ended up with Axiom Verge, Freedom Planet, and Armillo to name but a few. However, the Wii U wasn't without its problems. Along with relatively few game releases at launch, the Wii U was also prone to long gaps of no games being released for the system later in its life. Also, Nintendo themselves made some weird decisions regarding games...releasing Mario Maker for 3DS and Wii U, and same with Yoshi's Wooly World. Also, the fact that the gamepad was needed to play the system...Mine broke once, and it was tough having the Wii U in the house without a way to play many of the games... Without the market and mind share for the Wii U, the system was ultimately a failure for Nintendo as being a business. However, to everyone that owned one, it was great! The Wii U also marked the time when I would get into streaming(which has been an experience in and of itself). To this day, I still have yet to complete the library of the Wii U's since I lost all my save data about a year ago. I'd be interested to hear your thoughts on the system, and if you agree or disagree with my viewpoint.
  19. Hey everyone! My name is Paola, a.k.a. westcoastsmoker. So, anyways, I think all of us Nintendo fans know that the Switch came out right? Okay, good. In my opinion, from what I've seen so far, it is very cool. I like the idea of the Joy-Cons, and the look of the Red and Blue ones look fantastic. One thing i'm wondering about, is if the Switch is touch screen. I'm pretty sure it isn't. Not that is has to be, it's just that this is for such going to annoy some people. But, what is the point of a touch screen, when you have the Joy-Cons. I would like to comment on how small, and smooth it is. I think that is just excellent how nice it is to hold. Unlike the Wii U, which was very bulky. The switch is much easier to hold, and play with. My hands tend to sweat while using bulky gaming consoles, so hopefully, I won't have a problem with the Switch. It is very portable too! I like that about it, and how easy it is to pull it out, and play your game. Another thing is, is that I really don't get why everyone is complaining about 720p. I really don't see a problem with that. That's quite good really. And it's great that when switching to a TV, it can be 1080p. C'mon guys, it's better than 140p. The 3DS screen is of lower quality, and everyone seemed fine with it, so accept the fact that it isn't the best screen quality there can be, and remember, it's better than nothing. Is it just me that thinks the Switch is a spin-off of the Wii U? The Switch and the Wii U are VERY similar in my opinion. Well, that's all I need to say. Bye!
  20. Zelda Breath of the Wild

    Has someone bought it already? Can u recomend it?
  21. Wii U Karaoke Is Shutting Down

    According to a miiverse post by NintendoMike, on March 31st Wii U Karaoke will be shut down. The title will be removed from the eShop and anyone who already downloaded the game will find it inaccessible. Tickets purchased for the game will become invalid and all of the Miiverse communities for the game will be closed. Is this the start of the Wii U online services coming to an end so soon after the Switch release? Full text of miiverse post by NintendoMike:
  22. I skipped the Wii U generation of Nintendo consoles but read a lot about how most games didn't utilize the gamepad for the opportunities it could have provided. With the Switch coming up and the potential for the Wii U to drop in price, I was wondering what games used the Wii U gamepad well? Thanks!
  23. Reddit user plooper14 shared some great fan art to celebrate the Wii U. He says:
  24. Nintendo has recently ported Bomberman '94 to the Wii U's virtual console. One of the greatest Bomberman games to jump into and start playing is Bomberman '94 other known as Mega Bomberman for the Sega Genesis. If you're currently anticipating Super Bomberman R, this one is definitely a cult-classic to play and appreciate the series. Check out the trailer below: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YnuCS-j3nQU
  25. With the switch on its way March 3rd and Zelda being released on day one I've been considering picking up a pro controller. I'm not sure if it will be worth it though since its so expensive. Do you guys think I should pick it up on day one or wait? Does anyone have experience with the Wii U pro controller? I feel like that could foreshadow whether or not I get it haha.

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