When .hack//G.U. Last Recode was announced there was mention of additional content. In this week’s Famitsu Magazine details about the new content have been revealed.
So last week had a lack of an episode due to some errors on my end for the recording but that is all solved now and the galaxy is at peace. This week we learn Ethan steals doors, Shannon and Tony claim to be Super Hot, and Micah looks through a museum. I could type more for you to read here but there is like … Continue reading Nintendo Okie Podcast – Episode 373
In my family, mini golf is a past time. When we go on vacation, we make a usual point to stop at an interesting course and have some competitive fun. Infinite Minigolf for the PS4 promises to bring that pastime outside of the sphere of our vacations and into the living room for us to play, whenever we feel like it.
This week is all Shannon, enjoy. Episode 373.33 Starring: Shannon Run Time: 00:49:32 You can talk to us on the Facebook group, follow us on Twitter or watch us on YouTube. As always, emails go to firstname.lastname@example.org. Continue reading Nintendo-Okie Podcast – Episode 373???
Even though Bandai Namco makes sure to release Pac-Man, Dig Dug, and Galaga on virtually everything with a screen, it has been nearly seven years since we’ve seen a proper Namco Museum compilation. With this latest entry, Bandai Namco brings an interesting mix of their arcade classics along with the Nintendo-exclusive, Pac-Man Vs., to Nintendo Switch. Continue reading “Namco Museum Review (Switch)”
Tomorrow marks the release of Bandai Namco’s latest classic games compilation, Namco Museum, on Switch. The game comes with a number of classic titles like Pac-man, Galaga, Splatterhouse, and Pac-man Vs. The multi-player nature of that last title means you might need some friends to play as well and you might need to carry more accessories than normal because of it. Waterfield Designs is releasing … Continue reading Buy A WaterField Case For Switch, Get Namco Museum For Free
Dimension Drive is a game I’ve been following for a while. It had a bit of a troubled history on Kickstarter that we talked about back in 2015 where they fell victim to a scam donation that had originally helped get them funded. They came back a few months later and got the game fully funded through another Kickstarter campaign. The game then released on … Continue reading Dimension Drive Makes Its Console Debut On Switch
In an effort to get every game that was on the Wii U onto the Switch Ubisoft and Nintendo have announced that Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition will be coming to the Switch beginning in September. The game, which will feature all of the content from the original game as well as new, exclusive content, will be available at retail and through the eShop on September … Continue reading Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition Heading to Switch in September
If you know anything about the staff of Nintendo Okie it’s that we all very much like rhythm games. From Elite Beat Agents to Rhythm Heaven to Project Diva and more. If it’s got music that you push buttons, tap screens, or rotate analog sticks in time to we’re probably going to play it. Some of us have talked about this newest game coming to … Continue reading Superbeat: Xonic Makes Its Way to Switch
Square Enix has announced when their newest Switch release will make its way to the console. The game, called Lost Sphear, is an RPG using the same engine as their most recent release on the system, I am Setsuna. The game will be available through the Nintendo eShop on January 23rd, 2018. Currently the game is available for pre-order through Steam and the Playstation Store … Continue reading Lost Sphear Coming to North America in January