Friday, July 28, 2017

Nintendo: Face the Future Trilogy - Teaser Trailer

This is a teaser of the 3 Part Series entitled “Face the Future” with Part 1 already released. This teaser is highlights clips from topics discussed and with some that remain hidden for now, but to be discussed soon, the anticipation of what events will transpire for Nintendo will rise with your interpretation of what this trilogy is inevitably about. Stay tuned for Part 2 which will be coming soon (no date can be provided yet) but this teaser should help in making the wait easier. I appreciate the support of my followers during this time, so please continue to be patient and once Part 2 is able to be presented, then the conclusion will come not too long after.

Thursday, July 06, 2017

Nintendo Switch - Big Card of 2017 Not Yet Played

Nintendo has some very big surprises still coming in 2017 which is amazing since we already had so many this year.

Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Nintendo Switch - Full SDK Leaked & New Hardware Confirmed

The Nintendo Switch is in short supply, but now due to an apparent huge leak by a developer, even you can have public access to make your own Nintendo Switch game on your PC. I am not sure if this has ever happened before guys.

Monday, June 26, 2017

SNES Classic Mini - Reaction & Info Some Missed!

Thank you for the support guys! How excited are you for the Super Nintendo Classic Mini? Do you feel like I do? Or are you preferring something else? I feel this is a must have for everyone that is a Nintendo Fan or a gamer in general.

Thursday, June 22, 2017

Nintendo Switch - The First Party Trap Again?

-Shout out to Mizzah Tee in the video
-Shout out to Spawn Wave (see why in the video)

Nintendo can sell a lot of Switch consoles to Nintendo Fans quickly with just 1st party games, but to actually expand their business to appeal to more consumers, they need Third Party early in the system's life cycle to bring more people in that aren’t just interested in Nintendo games. Right now Nintendo is saying they have the same plan as Wii U in 2013, that they want to drive the install base with basically just 1st party again. So this is the problem of not having Third Party on board in the first year of the Switch, since it can very well lead to the Switch, just like Wii U, only selling to Nintendo fans and not expand the user base to others who might want to play: Battlefield, Call of Duty, Fallout 4, Nier Automata, Battlefront 2, Doom, Assassin’s Creed, Titanfall 2, Persona, Final Fantasy, Evil Within 2, Marvel vs Capcom Infinite, Resident Evil 7, Mortal Kombat, Injustice, Wolfenstein II and the list goes on and on, but these games are all not coming to the Switch thus far.

Monday, June 19, 2017

Nintendo Switch - Demand Change vs Damage Control

Nintendo Switch fans are dividing into two groups, ones that want to see action from Third Party developers and another that wants to make excuses for Third Party developers and for Nintendo not being able to get them on Switch. Why is this happening?

Saturday, June 17, 2017

Nintendo Switch - Capcom Has Moved On

Some very strange things are going on with Capcom and Nintendo support. However, let’s be real, Capcom doesn’t really have to say anything since their actions in regards to the Switch support speak louder than words. The question is now, what does Nintendo do to fix this and what can we do as fans? How about speak up, share your thoughts, your concerns and let Nintendo and Third Party know that you want more games on your system. In a recent interview with Reggie, he said that Nintendo wants all Third Party support on their systems, yet we see less Third Party support than even the Wii U had in it’s first year and E3 for Switch was supposed to be this big coming out party from Third Party for future support on the system right? Well right now, none of that is happening.