This week on NintenPals’ we pick through the fallout of the recent financial meeting that Nintendo held and give our opinions on all of the big news, we also talk about the other pressing issues in the world of Nintendo. Otherwise we talk about Star Fox Zero, Earthworm Jim and Saints Row 4. Continue reading NintendPals: Episode 53
Tony has been going old school this week, James is playing a mixture of epic and ridiculous games and Myles is pleasantly surprised…
Tony Miller – Editor in Chief of Nintendo-Okie
Working my way through a couple of old school style RPGs. Asdivine Hearts on Wii U reminds me very much of SNES games like Final Fantasy IV or something like Golden Sun on GBA. The game is a top down RPG featuring a menu based battle system. Mix in a stereotypical spiky haired protagonist, a couple of female fighters and healers and a deity who’s gotten trapped inside the body of a cat and you’ve got a recipe for unique dialogue. The battle system itself shows you the turn order for your party and enemy fighters. Continue reading What the NintendPals and Pals Have Been Playing – 30/04/16
This week me and Nick try another method of communicating with each other as Skype continues to give us problems which means that we really struggle to hear each other and Nick has a weird buzzing…
Otherwise we chat about the brand new Star Fox Zero which came out on Friday, Myles finally finished Twilight Princess, Nick made his Game Boy Advanced SP shiny and we talk about out favourite Kirby games.
DISCLAIMER: There is a buzzing noise for the first 5 minutes of the show. If you find it to annoying skip to about the 5 minute mark and it will have dissapeared. Apologies for this, we’re still trying to find a good solution for communicating.
Time for another edition of of what the NintendPals and Pals Have been Playing. This week James starts an epic journey, Dave plays something brand new and Myles plays something bad…
James Haden – NintendPals YouTube Contributors
So I started on a new game this week; well I call it new but it’s actually the first game I had on the PS4; The Uncharted Collection…
So far I’m on the first game; and it’s already a masterpiece! I have played Tomb Raider from back in the 90’s; a staple of the next gen console back in the day, and Uncharted 1 reflects the same gripping formula from back in that day! Think of this as the next gen Tomb Raider and you can’t go far wrong… The story is believable and next gen graphics allow the story to be told like a motion picture.
I’ve only had about an hour or so gameplay time but already I’m looking forward to this series of games Continue reading What the NintendPals and Pals Have Been Playing – 23/04/16
We’re back after a week (and a day) off due to a ridiculous amount of wrestling kept us away. This week Nick is poorly and we talk about Nintendo going back to Red and White, Miitomo and a new Mega Man TV show. We also give our top 5 things that we’d like to see in the next Pokemon game and discuss our thoughts on the original Fire Emblem game.
Sorry for the audio issues this week. We were the victims of horrible lag thanks to Skype. We’re exploring options for a better more stable connection ready for next week. Continue reading NintendPals: Episode 51
The Big Game of the Week: Lost Reavers Open Beta for Nintendo Wii U – Free
Bandi Namco’s free to play co-operative shooter will be in an open beat until April 26th. The game has been featured on several Nintendo Directs and looks like a fairly wacky affair. You can play with up to three friends online in treasure hunting missions. Each character has a different attack style including a bazooka wielding soldier and a school girl who has a sword. This looks like it could be a really fun and mature (something the Wii U desperately needs) experience and it’s free too! Continue reading Nintendo Download for Europe 14/04/16
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For now though here’s what we’ve been playing this week.
Dave Gillam – NintendPals Listener
I remember back in 2010-ish when the original Rocksmith was announced. You probably remember too, it was when rhythm-action fatigue was setting in and it was hard to even muster a sarcastic remark about Activision running something into the ground so hard it created a new tectonic fault line. Rocksmith, though was the new kid on the block, it promised to be an actual music learning tool as well as a fun game. I simply couldn’t manage to be more apathetic towards this game and all it promised, but about 2 years ago I bought it in a Steam Sale because it was cheap and I have been shredding weekly ever since.