Nintendo Direct 9.13.2018 Recap

Another direct, another colossal disappointment for Animal Crossing fans.

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Nintendo Direct 08.03.2018 Recap

Last week the Big N held a Nintendo Direct that melted the Internet. While the usual deluge of ports for underperforming Nintendo games was announced, there were lots of new announcements to get fans excited- including the big one that many have been speculating about for months.

Here’s everything we saw in last week’s direct!

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Nintendo Direct Mini 1.11.2018 Recap

Nintendo dropped a new Direct Mini this morning which is a bit of a misnomer, as there was a load of announcements. In case you missed it, here’s everything Nintendo showed this morning, there are loads of exciting games coming to a Switch near you. Continue reading →

Nintendo Direct April 2017 Recap

In the first Nintendo Direct since the launch of Nintendo’s handheld/console hybrid, the Nintendo Switch, there was a great deal of excitement about the future of Nintendo. The Switch is the fastest selling console in Nintendo history and Breath of the Wild has sold over a million units since launch. Things are looking bright for Nintendo, especially after the bleak wasteland that was the last few years of the Wii U. So on April 12th, Nintendo aired a new Direct showcasing not only the future of the Nintendo Switch but their continued support of the Nintendo 3DS. Continue reading →

Interview with GoNNER’s Designer Mattias “D!TTØ” Dittrich

The first time I heard about GoNNER was when indie developer Rami Ismail tweeted out a picture with a shirt he was wearing that had the game’s logo on it. I was immediately intrigued. I wanted to learn more about this mysterious title and the designer behind it. I had been following the developer simply known as “D!TTØ” on Twitter since I saw Rami’s shirt. From his Twitter, I discovered a treasure trove of lovely prototypes on itch.io that sold me. After a quick search I learned that GoNNER was a gorgeous roguelike platformer coming out soon- so of course, I pre-ordered it immediately. I was not disappointed. Continue reading →