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Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition

Frontier has supported Switch in a big way to close out 2020. Aside from bringing back a classic with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition, there’s also Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Edition. The former game is already available with the latter one to follow in November.

Recently, Frontier answered a number of questions about both of its new Switch releases. Director Rich Newbold spoke with us about Jurassic World Evolution: Complete Editions while director of publishing Zac Antonaci shared more about RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition.

Here’s our full discussion:

A Short Hike

Following its launch last year, the adventure game A Short Hike released on Switch. Nintendo Everything spoke with Adam Robinson-Yu to discuss the project’s creation and more.

As part of our talk, Robinson-Yu addressed a number of topics, including how A Short Hike came to be, other games he was inspired by (which included Zelda: Breath of the Wild), the distinct art style, and whether or not a sequel could happen down the road. We also talked about the new Switch version and potential support for the console going forward.

Here’s our full discussion:

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid Collector's Edition

System: Switch
Release date: October 13, 2020 (Collector’s Edition) / March 26, 2019 (original)
Developer: nWay
Publisher: nWay


There have been plenty of Power Ranger games since the SNES days, but the IP itself has never really seen a true title made with enthusiasm and passion from its development quite like Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid. While its traditional 2D fighter approach doesn’t stray away much from previous games, it’s the one that sticks out the most thanks to its continuous fun and being the first entry to support cross-play. Battle for the Grid reminds us why Power Rangers has been so globally recognized and beloved for decades as it is clearly made with love and appreciation for the series. Some may argue that the DLC and live-service approach can be a bit aggressive, but the game has come a long way now that the Collector’s Edition is on the horizon, making it the best possible time to jump in.

nintendo everything podcast 100

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast 100, both Oni Dino and Galen are exhausted and a little loopy… But there are some great games to talk about. Oni Dino’s been playing Prinny, Can I Really Be the Hero? While Galen’s hopping on the trends with Among Us. There were plenty of new details for games we’re excited about in the news, then we cap things off with a discussion of bad licensed games that we loved anyway.

To celebrate 100 episodes, we’ve opened up a podcast discord for listeners to chill, chat, and make friends. Check out links and timestamps below and come hang out.

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Azure Striker Gunvolt 3

Azure Striker Gunvolt got its start on 3DS where the series saw two games. Inti Creates is now continuing the story with Azure Striker Gunvolt 3, which seems to be set for release in 2021 on Switch.

Inti Creates has mostly kept quiet after the initial reveal this past summer, but we’re dying to hear more. And so we spoke with the company’s CEO, Takuya Aizu, who commented on the game in general, how long it’s been in the works, and more. Additionally, outside of Azure Striker Gunvolt 3, Aizu as well as Inti Creates producer Matt Papa spoke about Gunvolt Chronicles: Luminous Avenger iX, Blaster Master Zero 2’s Kanna Raising Simulator DLC, the future of Dragon Marked for Death, and the company’s support for Switch.

Our full discussion can be read below.

Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2

After the success of the original game, Inti Creates announced Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2 at the end of June. Fans didn’t need to wait long to get their hands on the sequel as it launched just a few weeks later.

Recently, Inti Creates CEO Takuya Aizu and Curse of the Moon series director Hiroki Miyazawa spoke with Nintendo Everything about Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2. We chatted about how the game came about, the possibility of a sequel (and whether it could go 32-bit), and more.

Here’s our full discussion:

If you’re looking to beef up your physical Switch collection this month, we’ve got you covered. Our video series returns with a details on all of the physical Switch games coming in October 2020, including trailers, boxart, price, and release date.

There are a lot of gems in here, such as Pikmin 3 Deluxe, so make sure to check out the video below.

Check back again for more features from our video series soon!

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Minecraft Kirby

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Minecraft Kirby blesses us with his presence. Galen goes for treats in Animal Crossing: New Horizon’s Halloween update, while Oni Dino joins the briny depths of The Sinking City. The news is quite hearty this week with Super Mario Bros 35, Mario Kart Home Circuit details, Live A Live revival teases, Pokemon DLC, and the big one: Minecraft Steve in Super Smash Bros Ultimate. We’re fans of his moveset despite not feeling one way or the other about his character. Regardless, Minecraft Kirby is here.

Check out links and timestamps below and come hang out.

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

Have you tried out the just-released Super Mario Bros. 35? Going through the different games in Super Mario 3D All-Stars? No matter the case, let us know in the comments below.

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Nintendo Everything Podcast 098

This week on Nintendo Everything Podcast, Tokyo Game Show 2020 is in full swing and we aim to be your go-to Nintendo podcast of two friends yelling at each other. Age of Calamity and Monster Hunter: Rise are really doing it for us – especially Hyrule Warriors Impa. But until those games come out, we’ve got the big Halloween Animal Crossing update. Also, a mega-corporation buying a developer/publisher that has no problems developing/publishing on their own is never good for consumers.

Check out links and timestamps below and come hang out.

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