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With Ty the Tasmanian Tiger having just launched on Switch a few weeks ago, we thought now would be a good time to speak with developer Krome Studios. Creator Steve Stamatiadis and studio manager Lindsay Parmenter were kind enough to answer several of our questions regarding the 3D platformer.

During our exclusive discussion, Stamatiadis and Parmenter discussed the early days of Ty the Tasmanian Tiger and its creation, why the TV show never happened, and the future of the series. There was also plenty of discussion about the new Switch version, including the porting process and graphical/gameplay updates.

Our full discussion with Krome Studios can be read in full below.

Hello my avalanche cuties! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’re talking remakes: Resident Evil 3 and Final Fantasy VII, with plenty of critique on the good, the bad and the horny Jessie. We cover some quick-fire news with a new Switch hardware model being referenced in some firmware code, Gamescom cancellation, game announcements and Jason Schreier leaving Kotaku. And in the listener mail segment, we admit our embarrassing rage moments while gaming. Come hang out and have a chill game time.

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Paper Mario is in a much different place now than where it was when the series first started out on the N64. Nintendo and Intelligent Systems originally made a pure RPG experience. Since though, that’s changed significantly.

After Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door, the franchise went in a different direction with Super Paper Mario. The Wii game focused less on RPG mechanics and more on platforming. Things then took another turn with Paper Mario: Sticker Star. The sticker mechanic unfortunately wasn’t well received, and the battles didn’t really have much of an importance. Many of Sticker Stars’ ideas then carried over into Paper Mario: Color Splash… and that’s where things end – at least for now.

Hello my crypto currency miners! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we’ve got quite the wild news. There’s reports of physical imports of Animal Crossing: New Horizons being banned in mainland China, and a weird and wacky story of Cooking Mama: Cookstar. We’ve got game critique aplenty with Resident Evil 3, Hob: Definitive Edition, and more. Our listener mail is chock-full of JRPG goodness as we discuss Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, and learning to appreciate media that you don’t love. Come have a chill game time with us!

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A new month rolled right on in last week. Now that we’re in April, we want to know what you’ve been playing.

Still setting up your island in Animal Crossing: New Horizons? Trying out anything from the recent Nintendo Direct Mini like Good Job or the Bravely Default II demo? No matter the case, let us know in the comments below.

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Hello my remastered listeners—you’re all lookin’ great! This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, we have a special guest: Mr. Joe Zieja, decordated voice actor and superhuman talent. Join us for a candid talk with Joe and learn how he became who he is today. Joe tells us his story of life in the voice acting industry, his experience in the Air Force and military, embracing the Fire Emblem community and so much more.

Further, Oni Dino and Galen cover the Super Mario remaster rumors that were quite the storm this past week, Galen’s got a stronger grasp on Animal Crossing: New Horizons—the good and the bad, and the gang finishes things off in the listener mail segment with an in-depth discussion of the state of Final Fantasy over the decades.

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This past Monday brought us a slew of rumors regarding Nintendo’s plans for Super Mario this year. To celebrate the franchise’s 35th anniversary, 2020 will apparently be bringing many re-releases/remasters on Switch. Much of what we’ve heard concerns 3D Mario games. Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy will be returning, if the rumors turn out to be true. Super Mario 3D World may also be getting the “Deluxe” treatment with additional levels.

Out of these 3D Mario games, which one would you be most interested in seeing return on Switch? What about that game has managed to capture your attention out of all the others? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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System: Switch
Release date: April 7, 2020
Developer: Granzella
Publisher: NIS America


Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, the franchise’s first entry in the west in over a decade, puts players right down into a city that’s been struck by a 7.0+ magnitude earthquake that brings catastrophic damage over the area, injuring and trapping many people. Now with nowhere to go and everyone in hysterics, environmental awareness is key as you make your way to safety avoiding any other disasters that may come your way. Disaster Report 4 does well to set the tone and give players freedom of choice when it comes to helping others and doing what it takes to survive, but for everything it does well on the surface, it’s the performance that gets hit hardest, causing the Switch version to be a disaster of its own.

Hello my mini listeners! This week on the Nintendo Everything Podcast, we celebrate a drop of water in a desert with the Nintendo Direct Mini! Xenoblade, Bravely Default II demo, ARMS in Smash, Good Job!—there were a lot of highlights. And just before then, we’ve got more on why Animal Crossing is the perfect answer to social distancing. If you were ever curious what the first week of New Horizons is like, Mary’s got you covered. Galen also shares the tragic backstory he’s role-playing his Animal Crossing villager with. And the gang discusses a double dose of horror-action with the Resident Evil 3 demo and The Evil Within 2.

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Rumors of a possible Nintendo Direct circulated earlier this month. The speculation came to a head this week, as Nintendo finally aired a new presentation this past Thursday. It may have been a “Mini” presentation, but when it’s been more than half a year without a general Nintendo Direct, you’ll take what you can get.

This week’s Nintendo Direct started out by showing Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition – specifically what’s new such as the epilogue, and the May 29 release date. There was plenty of other news like a new ARMS DLC character for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, 2K bringing BioShock, Borderlands, and XCOM 2 to Switch, Atlus putting Catherine: Full Body on the console, Burnout Paradise, Mr Driller DrillLand, Star Wars Episode I: Racer, King’s Bounty II, Vigor, and Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. We also saw several shadowdrops between Panzer Dragoon: Remake, Good Job!, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Jedi Academy, Shinsekai: Into the Depths, and the Bravely Default II demo. The Nintendo Direct gave us a new look at The Isle of Armor for Pokemon Sword/Shield as well.

Given everything we saw in the Nintendo Direct (Mini), how’d you feel about the presentation? What was your personal highlight? And if you aren’t planning on purchase Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition, what’s wrong with you? Sorry, I had to. In any case, share your thoughts with us in the comments below.

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