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Nintendo’s next mobile game, Fire Emblem Heroes, arrived this past week. It’s the debut appearance for Fire Emblem on smart devices, and the company’s first real attempt at a “gacha” game.

How many of you have downloaded Fire Emblem Heroes and tried it out? What are your thoughts thus far? If you have anything to say about the game, be sure to share your thoughts with us below.

Highlights from last week’s topic: The future of 3DS

In January, Trine developer Frozenbyte announced a brand new project. Has-Been Heroes, a new roguelike title, will be on Switch – and very soon. A release date of March 28 has already been determined.

We caught up with Kai Tuovinen from Frozenbyte this week to learn a bit more about Has-Been Heroes. Tuovinen spoke about the game itself, how it’s using HD Rumble, and more. We were also able to receive some comments about what it’s like developing for Switch, among other subjects.

Our full Has-Been Heroes interview with Frozenbyte is below.

System: 3DS
Release date: February 3, 2017
Developer: Good-Feel
Publisher Nintendo

Yoshi and his Woolly World are back to entertain you again, but this time on the 3DS – and with a friend. Yoshi has seen a long and healthy run in the handheld space with Yoshi Island remakes, spinoffs, and sequels, before going back to the console space. Now he returns home in Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World on 3DS. After Super Mario Maker, this is the newest 3DS port of a Wii U title from its library, but what’s the difference, if any, between its console counterpart?

[Let’s Talk] The future of 3DS

Posted on 10 months ago by (@NE_Brian) in 3DS, Let's Talk | 69 Comments | 0 Likes

Much of the attention surrounding Nintendo right now is focused on Switch, and understandably so. But the big N has another system on its hands that isn’t going anywhere. Naturally, we’re talking about the 3DS.

Several titles had already been announced for the portable this year. This week, Nintendo reconfirmed some of its 3DS plans (and some new ones), as well as its committment to the platform.

Don’t forget that Nintendo just announced Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia and Fire Emblem Warriors (New 3DS). Aside from that though, Poochy & Yoshi’s Woolly World comes out next week in the west. Tank Troopers then follows as an eShop title on February 16. Just one week after Switch launches, Mario Sports Superstars arrives in Europe with new amiibo cards to boot – it’ll follow later in March in North America and Japan. Pikmin is still heading to 3DS this year, as is Ever Oasis. Oh, and a Pikachu New 3DS XL system is slated for February along with two new Nintendo Selects in the states.

How’s everyone feeling about 3DS right now? Even after Switch launches, will you continue to play new releases (or older games you have for that matter)? I do think we’ll be seeing at least a few more announcements, whether they’re completely new or localizations of games like Miitopia. Let us know how you feel about 3DS in the comments below.

Highlights from last week’s topic: Fire Emblem Direct reactions

The huge Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 was only just hosted last week, but Nintendo continued to deliver big news a few days ago. On Wednesday, the company held its new Fire Emblem Direct.

There were quite a few announcements, and some surprises along the way. Nintendo kicked things off by revealing Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia for 3DS, a re-imagining of Fire Emblem Gaiden. Next was the confirmation of a brand new Fire Emblem heading to Switch in 2018, followed by a bit of gameplay from Fire Emblem Warriors – plus the announcement of a New 3DS version. Finally, we got a lengthy look at the mobile game Fire Emblem Heroes.

What do you guys make of the Fire Emblem Direct? Were you surprised to see another Fire Emblem game for 3DS? Do you intend to try out Fire Emblem Heroes when it launches on February 2? Let us know how you feel in the comments below!

Highlights from last week’s topic: Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 reactions

System: 3DS
Release date: January 20, 2017
Developer: Square Enix / Level-5
Publisher Nintendo

For a long time, it seemed like the Dragon Quest series was fairly underappreciated in the West. Not necessarily by its publisher Square Enix, but by the fans of its own genre. The series has usually garnered a cult following of sorts overseas all the while enjoying heavy praise in Japan. Yet to my pleasure, I’ve begun to see a somewhat recent change in that viewpoint. With the highly anticipated Dragon Quest XI on the Nintendo Switch’s horizon and the remakes of Dragon Quest VII and now Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King for the Nintendo 3DS, there couldn’t be a better time to get familiar with the Dragon Quest series. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King is an adventure that those who are new to the series or those who are well acquainted with it won’t want to miss out on.

The Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 finally happened this week. Nintendo delivered on a number of the major points that we needed to know, with the most important two being a release date and price. Switch launches on March 3 for $300 – probably a bit earlier and slightly more expensive than some had anticipated.

Games also took center stage, with Nintendo announcing 1-2-Switch, the new IP Arms, Splatoon 2, Super Mario Odyssey, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Fire Emblem Warriors, and Snipperclips. Zelda: Breath of the Wild is also confirmed for launch. From third-parties, we’re getting games like new Shin Megami Tensei and Tales entries, Project Octopath Traveler from Square Enix, Sonic Mania, FAST RMX, and more.

I’ll leave this brief since I’m still running around like a headless chicken having been insanely busy with little sleep since Thursday, but we want to know how you feel about everything that was shown. How do you feel about the price? What about the games? Are you pleased or disappointed? Let us know below!

Highlights from last week’s topic: The calm before the Switch storm

The Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 is almost here. In just two hours, Nintendo will be kicking off the event. It’ll begin at 8 PM PT / 11 PM ET / 4 AM in the UK / 5 AM in Europe.

You can watch the event as it happens with the live stream below. We’ll also be posting a live blog below, which Jake will be handling. Any significant news will also be posted separately. Make sure your body is ready!

Hey, it’s Jake! Presentation hasn’t started yet, but we are seeing the venue on streams! Laser show, DJ, and audience filling up. Times to get hyped!

  • Countdown has begun! It’s now or never! Speed up the music!!
  • President Kimishima is beginning the event, addressing crowd and everyone watching online.
  • Launching across the world on March 3rd!
  • Price: 29980 yen, $299.99, various in Europe
  • Can connect mobile device to Switch to connect with other users.
  • Free internet until Fall 2017, at which point it becomes subscription
  • No region-locking!
  • Shinja Takahashi, head of Software Development, is now speaking about how the Switch has taken aspects of previous Nintendo consoles

  • Highlights Switch as a console that can go anywhere, various modes
  • TV mode: Play with Switch connected to TV
  • Table mode: stand Switch anywhere and play with
  • Handheld mode: Keep controllers attached to play like handheld
  • Battery life, 2.5-6 hours depending on game, charge with USB-C
  • Up to 8 Switches can connect to each other for multiplayer games
  • Going over controllers now….

  • Analog sticks can be pressed like buttons
  • NFC in Joycon for amiibo
  • Capture button (on left joycon) lets you share screenshots and, later, video through social media
  • There are L and R buttons on Joycon controllers
  • Give other Joycon to friends, call it “Sharing the Joy!” 😀
  • Joycon color variations, neon-blue and neon-red
  • Wrist-straps and motion controls, black version of strap will come with console
  • IR sensor that can detect basic hand movements, sense distance from hand to joycon, and also “HD rumble” that gives sense of realism to Joycon vibrations, such as ice cubes in a glass
  • First new game showcased: 1-2 Switch
  • Mini game compilation for multiple players, such as Wild West gun draw
  • Can be played without any screen, even Switch. Based entirely on feeling and moving Joycons and feedback
  • Intended to be party game, releases on March 3rd alongside the Switch
  • Second new game: Arms
  • intended to have depth and replayablility
  • Motion controlled
  • 3D fighting game, punch with Joycons and adjust angle to change type of punch or block
  • Showing fight between two characters, Spring Man and Ribbon Girl
  • Oh, Spring Man won
  • Releasing in Spring
  • Playable local on one screen, with two Switches, and online
  • New Splatoon: Splatoon 2
  • New maps, powers, and a second cat like Judd!
  • New weapon, Splat Duelies, allows for rolls and other movement
  • Can use Joycons or Pro, can use gyro controls
  • Can play online, can play locally with multiple Switches
  • Summer 2017
  • Super jumping is relegated to X button, can then jump to a teammate by another button
  • New Mario game:Super Mario Odyssey
  • MArio in various locations like a giant city, swamp, crystal area, flying around world
  • Hat throw is new ability, can jump on it, hat is alive!
  • Landscapes and areas are based on real-world areas
  • Holiday 2017 release
  • New game from Monolith Soft: Xenoblade 2
  • More cartoon/anime than previous titles
  • From Koei Tecom: Fire Emblem Warriors
  • Over 80 games in development for Switch from 3rd Party partners
  • Dragon Quest X and XI already announced, Dragon Quest Heroes I+II coming to Switch
  • Shin Megami Tensei title coming to Switch
  • Square Enix title: Project Octopath Traveler
  • Sega developing, doesn’t specify what
  • Bethesda confirms Skyrim is coming to Switch
  • Suda51 presenting now, Travis Touchdown (No More Heroes) will be coming to Nintendo Switch, title hasn’t been decided
  • EA now presenting, “world’s most popular sports game,” FIFA, will be coming to Switch by end of year
  • Reel highlighting various software now, Minecraft, battle mode in Mario Kart
  • Switch will include the conosle, left and right joycon, two wrist straps, Joycon, HDMI cable, AC adapter, Grip controller
  • Two versions of console: one with blue and red joy cons, other with two grey
  • Nintendo of Europe and America addressing fans, highlighting upcoming events to try Switch
  • Reggie says six different events will happen before launch to let players test the new system
  • Breath of the Wild playable at events
  • New trailer for Breath of the Wild, shows the vast landscape and voiceover
  • Launching March 3, alongside Switch
  • Believe it or not, it was almost two years ago when Satoru Iwata first mentioned NX, Nintendo’s next gaming system known as Switch. Now the moment we’ve all been waiting for is almost here. Towards the end of next week, Nintendo will finally tell us everything we need to know about Switch. What’s the final release date? How much will it cost? What are the launch games, and other titles in the production? These important questions will be answered, among others.

    Many people assumed that Nintendo would be hosting some kind of event to unveil Switch last year. Yet instead of that, we were teased with a brief announcement trailer. Since we’re about two months away from launch, so Nintendo really needs to fill us in on pertinent details.

    The Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 is what we’re all looking forward to. But even after that, Treehouse Live is returning to give us extensive look at new games. Hands-on events will also begin around the world. It’s almost like E3 in January! Actually, it might be crazier than E3. I know that on my end, there will be a lot more to cover.

    So for this week’s Let’s Talk, this is our general pre-Switch reveal discussion thread. We’ll have another one of these next week. Do you have any final predictions? Any last-minute hopes and dreams for the week ahead? Just want to share your excitement overall? You can do all of that in the comments below!

    Highlights from last week’s topic: What do you want to see at Super Nintendo World?

    The future is here! We’ve finally reached 2017. That means it’s officially the year of Switch. Exciting, right?

    To start off 2017, we have a couple of small site updates to bring your way. First, we’ve finally updated NE’s logo. As much as we’ll miss Wii U, Switch is taking over, and it only made sense to reflect that on the site – and so we’ve swapped out the GamePad in our logo for the Switch unit. I ultimately felt that a small, subtle change rather than a complete overhaul would be the right way to go. If you can’t immediately spot the difference… then mission accomplished!

    Massive thanks to Beta64 for helping us out with this. He approached me wanting to help, so I’m incredibly grateful. It was almost a happy coincidence that this happened since I’ve been watching Beta64’s YouTube series for a very long time. It’s fantastic stuff and there’s no doubt that it requires a ton of effort, so you should seriously consider giving it a watch.

    As another site update, I’m sorry to say that we’re removing NE’s “likes” functionality on January 8. That’s the little text you see in each post (and on the homepage) showing how many times something has been liked. It just wasn’t really used by anyone, and since NE sometimes feels like it’s hanging on by a thread, bogging it down with unnecessary features is probably silly at this point. If or when we find a way to make the functionality more interesting, we’ll definitely consider bringing it back.

    Thank you all so, so much for your support in the previous year. I seriously can’t believe that NE will be celebrating its 10th anniversary several months from now. I hope everyone has a great New Year’s and a great 2017 overall. There should be fun times ahead with Switch on the horizon!

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