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1-2-Switch – Air Guitar footage

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Nintendo shared yet another look at 1-2-Switch on its Japanese Twitter page with a video for the Air Guitar mini-game. Take a look at it below.


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NIS America has opened pre-orders for Disgaea 5 Complete Limited Edition in Europe. You can reserve it from the publisher’s store here. It launches on May 26 for £74.99.

Thanks to axel for the tip.

Update: Added in details from the review at the bottom of the post. Some of the information is slightly spoilerish, so keep that in mind before you proceed.


Original: This month’s issue of EDGE is in. Only one Nintendo game is reviewed, but it’s a big one – Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

The lineup of scores are as follows:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild [10]
Horizon Zero Dawn [9]
Nioh [9]
Sniper Elite 4 [7]
Torment: Tides of Numenera [8]
Aaero [7] / PC
Dexed [6] / PSVR
Dandy Dungeon [9] / iOS

The Switch and Wii U versions of Zelda were both tested apparently. We’re waiting on the finer details of EDGE’s review, so we’ll let you know when we have some specifics.

Here’s a look at the beautiful cover for the month:

Another new episode of Nintendo Minute is now live. This time around, Switch producer Yoshiaki Koizumi stops by to chat about the system and share things that you may not know about it. Watch the full video below.

Final Fantasy XV director Hajime Tabata has once again weighed in on Switch. In an interview with Polygon, Tabata called the system “kind of like the dream machine” due to it being able to accomplish several tasks.

He said:

“Given my track record… I’ve worked on handheld titles, but I’ve also worked on console games. So the fact that Switch is both at the same time is really fascinating to me. I’m really interested in coming up with ideas and how to capitalize on that technology and how to create the best experience possible on the technology. But I’m not quite sure that I have it yet.

“You have your Switch sitting in front of the television and you’re playing on the big screen and then you take it out, put it down on the table. It becomes a monitor. You take out the two Joy-Cons, and you play with a friend … it doesn’t stop there, because in my mind, it would be really perfect if you could then take this new monitor and use it like a tablet, for example, and play different apps on it like you would on your iPhone or your Android. So basically, it’s accomplishing three tasks in one machine. It’s kind of like the dream machine.”

“While I may not be working on anything for it at this point in time, a lot of people on the staff are really interested in the Switch. Myself included! Many of the people on the dev team are older; they’re married; they have kids. One of the things they’d like to do is create something they could also play with their children, or that their children could play on their own, for example.”

To get a better idea about Switch’s size, IGN created a video comparing the system and the Joy-Con to various gaming devices. The GBA, GameCube, and Wii Remote are just a few included here. Get a look at the full comparison below.

A new piece of Zelda: Breath of the Wild concept art has landed on the series’ Facebook page. As pictured above, it’s the same enemy type from The Game Awards 2016 footage. This is just one of many enemies you’ll encounter in the game.

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First 4 Figures uploaded a new video today for its new Link statue from Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Take a look at it below.

GameStop has now opened an official page on its website for the midnight Switch launch. You can head on over here to find out which stores nearby will be open as soon as March 3 arrives. Of course, this includes Zelda: Breath of the Wild as well.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild can be played either on a television or on the dedicated Switch screen. However, when using the former option, you may encounter frame rate dips occasionally. In a new GameXplain video posted below, we’re able to see how the two experiences compare.

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