The boys are back in town. After a two week hiatus, Myles rejoins Nick and the NintendPals discuss al the goings on in the world of Nintendo from the last few weeks. Regular features The Pokemon Wondertrade Game and Wrestlechat return too and the guys also rank their top 5 RPGs. Continue reading NintendPals: Episode 26
Do a barrel roll! Press… eh, you know the joke.
In this weeks episode Myles and Nick pay tribute to the President of Nintendo Satoru Iwata who passed away on Sunday 12th July. Also this week, they do a horrible job of reading the headlines, trade some Pokemon and do 5 Live Remaining possibly for the last time ever. Continue reading NintendPals Episode 22: In Dedication to Satoru Iwata
Technology man!!! We were let down by our computers this week and ended up loosing Episode 21. We were also unable to rerecord it due to Nick’s PC deciding it didn’t like keyboard and mice anymore. So Myles took it upon himself to put out a short one man episode. The latest news and releases are covered and Myles reveals his top and bottom 5 Nintendo franchises of all time. Continue reading NintendPals: Episode 21(ish)
Whatever Hyperkin is doing right now they need to stop and go into full production of this controller right now. This is exactly the type of Pro Controller for Wii U I’ve been dying to have. I absolutely adore the GameCube Controller. I’ve routinely called it my favorite controller of all-time. Since the Wii U was first rumored people were making mock-ups of the controller and one that caught my eye was a white shelled controller with blue buttons that was designed exactly like the GameCube controller. I would buy this in a heartbeat and I’d get a “full” set of four just to have around.
This controller is going to be at EVO 2015. According to Hyperkin if the reaction is good they will move into full production. This is a fully wireless controller without the need for a dongle. It works exactly as a Pro Controller and is supported by every game that supports that input method. They have said that they will consider a wired verison and that they’ll be looking for player feedback while at EVO this year.
How much would you pay for such a beautiful controller? Well the projected price range is $30-40, which is about right for a Wii U Pro Controller and at least $20 less than a Dual Shock 4, for comparison.
Please, Hyperkin, whatever you do make this controller a reality.
Nintendo’s E3 event has come and gone to some very mixed reactions and in this episode the NintendPals break down exactly what went wrong and talk about all of the games that Nintendo brought to the show.