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Hello my beautiful weapon triangles! Fire Emblem: Three Houses is coming out in three weeks, so we’re celebrating by discussing all about some new details we’ve got on how the game plays and how Koei Tecmo was involved with Nintendo to make this game happen.

We also talk about some interesting comments from Nintendo on 5G, Cloud Gaming, VR, and a new control style they want to create for next-gen that will become the new industry standard. Peculiar stuff! Oni also gushes about Daemon X Machina and laments Bloodstained stumble onto the Switch.

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At E3 2019, Bethesda kindly invited us to their booth for a gameplay demo and behind-closed-doors interview for their upcoming Switch release, The Elder Scrolls: Blades. In part seven of this series, I’ll be taking a deeper look at how the experience stacks up on Nintendo Switch with classic button controls.

You can hear me chatting about all things gaming (and more) on our weekly podcast, available on iTunes, Spotify, and many other platforms.

For detailed impressions of The Elder Scrolls: Blades, check below the break.

At E3 2019, Capcom kindly invited us to their booth for some behind-closed-doors gameplay demos of their upcoming Switch releases. In part six of this series, I’ll be taking a retrospective look at my experience with Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6.

You can hear me chatting about all things gaming (and more) on our weekly podcast, available on iTunes, Spotify, and many other platforms.

For detailed impressions of both Resident Evil 5 and Resident Evil 6, check below the break.

At E3 2019, SEGA kindly invited us to their booth for some personal time with their line-up of offerings. In part five of this series, I’ll be taking a retrospective look at my experience with a new entry in a game series that still blows my mind that it even exists: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

You can hear me chatting about all things Nintendo (and more) on our weekly podcast, available on iTunes, Spotify, and many other platforms.

For detailed impressions of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020, check below the break.

At E3 2019, Nintendo kindly invited us to their booths for a private look at their most important upcoming titles of the year. In part four of this series, we’ll be taking a look at a game I found to be a mixed bag… The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening.

You can check out footage of Oni Dino playing games from E3 on our YouTube and hear Oni Dino chat about gaming and more on our weekly podcast (available on iTunes, Spotify, and many more platforms).

For more detailed impressions of Link’s Awakening, check below the break.

At E3 2019, Nintendo kindly invited us to their booths for a private look at their most important upcoming titles of the year. In part three of this series, we’ll be taking a look at the spookiest game from Nintendo this year: Luigi’s Mansion 3.

You can check out footage of Oni Dino playing games from E3 on our YouTube and hear Oni Dino chat about E3 impressions from the show floor and more on our weekly podcast (available on iTunes, Spotify, and many more platforms).

For more detailed impressions of Luigi’s Mansion 3, check below the break.

Hello my beautiful Mario and Luigi makers! Super Mario Maker 2 is out this week so let’s chat! Takashi Tezuka has given us some pearls of info to muse on. Galen and Oni have a running argument on autorunner levels. The gang also discusses what Nintendo does with the future of Mario 2D side-scroller platformers as stand alone titles. Oni thinks they need to go a totally new direction, and he has THE BEST ideas. Nintendo, please check these out. They’re free. Oni and Galen have basically acted as creative producer on this and workshopped ‘em.

Oni and Galen then blab on about some new info on an upgraded Switch model, and consider things not only from a consumer standpoint, but from a developer’s burden point of view, as well. We muse on the big questions like, “Is the inevitable Switch model going to be a small bump or a huge leap so it can at least hold its own against the PS5 and Xbox Scarlett?” Galen brings up marketing and aiming at different markets, while Oni fights back with discussions of the slippery slope effect that the Switch could lose 3rd party support.

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E3 2019 was a fantastic time for Mana fans. Not only was Collection of Mana finally announced for the west, but Trials of Mana was also revealed to be getting a full 3D remake.

At the show, we were treated to a behind-closed-doors gameplay demo, and also met with a few of the game’s developers: producers Shinichi Tatsuke and Masaru Oyamada as well as project assistant Kohei Kuroda. Tatsuke and Oyamada answered a number of our questions about how the Trials of Mana remake came to be, how difficult it was localizing the original game for Collection of Mana, what the future looks like for the series, and more.

This month at E3 2019, Nintendo kindly invited us to their booths for a private look at their most important upcoming titles of the year. In part two of this series, we’ll be taking a look at the most unexpected game of the lot: Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3.

You can check out footage of Oni Dino playing games from E3 on our YouTube and hear Oni Dino chat about E3 impressions from the show floor on our weekly podcast (available on iTunes, Spotify, and many more platforms).

For more detailed impressions of Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, check below the break.

This month at E3 2019, Nintendo kindly invited us to their booths for a private look at their most important upcoming titles of the year: Luigi’s Mansion 3, Pokémon Sword and Shield, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 and The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening. Oni Dino was lucky enough to greet Mr. Takahashi Tezuka and Bill Trinen, but the main focus was getting footage and impressions for our lovely readers and listeners here at Nintendo Everything. They’re not important – you lovelies are.

You can check out footage of Oni Dino playing games from E3 on our YouTube and hear Oni Dino chat about E3 impressions from the show floor on our weekly podcast (available on iTunes, Spotify, and many more platforms).

For more detailed impressions, check below the break.