Nintendo Duel Screens 16 – Frame Rate Debate

Steve can’t figure out what week it is (its the week of September 25th regardless of what he tries telling you during the show). The boys go over some of the big news of the week,  share some intimate memories of the Final Fantasy VI/III, and they discuss whether or not 30 frames per second…

Game Stuff 9 – Switching it up 6 months later

On this weeks episode Kalai, Kory, And Tricky discuss the success or lack of success of the Switch 6 months into its launch. Is Nintendo finally showing signs of a successful console; Or was the Nintendo direct a disappointment to fans. Special thanks to the shows contributors, you can find the band of our intro…

Game Stuff 7 – Gaming Essentials

On this week’s episode of Game Stuff join Kalai, Kory, and Joe as they delve into the gaming essentials. How does Kalai fit all those portable gaming systems into her pocketbook? What should you eat while you play? Spoiler: NOT pineapple pizza.  How do we balance our work/gaming life? Special thanks to the shows contributors,…

Nintendo Duel Screens 13 – Super Tangential Mario

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is out! Buuuuuttt…the boys won’t be talking about that. Instead, Andy and Steve rank the top ten OTHER Mario games that are not Mario games, they get all pissy about the SNES classic nonsense, return to the Retro Game Club, and the HYPE ZONE IS LIT AS EF! We appreciate…

Nintendo Duel Screens 12 – Sonic Maniacs & Old School Dreams

Sonic Mania has driven Andy to madness, Steve duels Andy in the Hype Zone, and some Final Fantasy XVI talk? All this and more! We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Nintendo Duel Screens feed in iTunes, Google Play Music or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give you cookies, but it will help…

Nintendo Duel Screens 9 – N64 Musings

Join Andy and Steve as Steve tries to podcast while his son takes a nap. They talk Splatoon 2, The Ataribox, the Voice Chat clusterf*ck, and the rumored N64 Classic. We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Nintendo Duel Screens feed in iTunes, Google Play Music or RSS and please leave a review. We won’t give…

Nintendo Duel Screens 8 – The Listener Mail Extravaganza!

Steve and Andy are here to fill those holes in the sides of your heads with a triplet of Pokemon news, The Hype Zone gets angry, and the boys answer your questions! All this and…like…some more. Not a lot..but enough. Don’t get greedy. We appreciate your support (and your ears)! Please subscribe to the Nintendo…

Death Squared Review

Straddling the line between terrible and O.K. is never somewhere anyone wants to be, but that’s exactly the space Death Squared occupies. It has some decent voice-over work and introduces some interesting concepts throughout, but never manages to capture that Co-op magic that’s been all-but absent from this generation of gaming. SMG Studios has created…

Nintendo Announces SNES Classic

After the release of the NES Classic, many in the gaming world were hoping, and expecting that Nintendo would follow things up by going into the 16-bit era. Today, Nintendo confirmed that the SNES Classic Edition will launch on September 29 for $80. The console will come with two wired controllers that will have cords…

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle officially announced + Game Play Shown

The bizarre crossover between everybody’s favorite Mushroom Kingdom and everybody’s favorite French bunny rabbit minion things was officially announced. Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle will be released on August 29 for the Nintendo Switch. Take a look at the presentation in entirety below: The Rabbids go to the Mushroom Kingdom, as well as some evil…

Axiom Verge coming to Switch in August – Details

According to a press release today, Axiom Verge will be joining the Nintendo Switch line up very soon with a special edition called Axiom Verge: Multiverse Edition. See the press release and trailer below:  The Nintendo Switch joins Wii U, PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita as part of the Axiom Verge: Multiverse Edition launch Axiom Verge: Multiverse…

Arm Yourself! ARMS Global Testpunch Week 1

As we gear up for week two of the ARMS Global Test Punch this evening, I want to revisit last week’s and share some thoughts. Prior to release, game developers often stress-test their servers; however, with ARMS being a fighting game, one might assume that some balancing is in order.  Overall, the experience has been…

How Playstation could steal Nintendo’s thunder with the Vita 2.

Just over two months into its life, The Nintendo Switch has eclipsed 5 million in sales, and finding a console is nearly impossible. Amazon sells out of their stock in under 20 minutes. The handheld/console hybrid is a runaway success, and appears to have the software lineup to promote a lengthy life for itself. While…

Mario Kart 8: Deluxe – Review

Tuning Up the King of the Kart The last Mario Kart that I purchased was Double Dash on the Nintendo Game Cube. Double Dash was an incredible cart racer, and the very rock bottom of my Mario Kart addiction. In the following years, it would take a heavy 12 step Playstation rehab program and cleansed…

30 Games That Should Be On the SNES Classic

With the discontinuation of the NES Classic Mini, Nintendo has reportedly started production for the inevitable 16-bit follow up, the SNES Classic Mini.  There has been no new information released reporting a release date or price, but it is speculated this holiday season $59.99 USD, much like its NES predecessor, seems like a reasonable prediction.…

New Pokémon and Features Revealed for Pokémon Sun/Moon

The Pokémon Company International and Nintendo have released new information for Pokémon Sun and Pokémon Moon, coming November 16 for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Along with the final evolutions for the three starter Pokémon, the new trailer also shows off the guardian deities of the Alola Region and other game features. Below is a…

All the Different Ways to Play Nintendo Switch

Today, Nintendo gave the world their first look at the newest console, the Nintendo Switch. As the rumors and leaks predicted, the Switch is a combination home console and handheld gaming device. However, not only does the Switch blend the line of home and on-the-go gaming, it also introduces a console that has multiple ways…

Skyrim and Nintendo Switch?

As we all probably have see by now, Skyrim was one of the games featured in Nintendo Switch’s premiere video. While Bethesda has said that they were excited to partner with Nintendo and support the Switch, they said that Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is not confirmed to be available on the Switch. Whether this decision…