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The final Nintendo Minute focusing on Fire Emblem Fates is now up for all to see, as posted below. Kit and Krysta take a look at DLC and talk about Revelation in today’s episode.

This week’s Nintendo Minute is another Fire Emblem Fates-focused episode. Today, Kit and Krysta reveal which version they’ve been playing and talk about the differences between Conquest and Birthright. Check it out below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. Today, Kit and Krysta unbox the Fire Emblem Fates Special Edition and Fire Emblem Fates New 3DS XL. There are also some giveaways in store for fans. View today’s full Nintendo Minute below.

This week’s Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s episode, Kit and Krysta give Shovel Knight another look now that amiibo support is here. We’ve gone ahead and posted the video below.

Kit and Krysta, the hosts of Nintendo Minute, are often asked why they started the show and how it came about. This is something that the two addressed head-on in a post on Nintendo’s new Tumblr page.

Here’s the full exchange between the two:

Kit: Today we’re going to cover a question that we get fairly frequently from Nintendo Minute viewers, which is “how the heck did the two of you get started doing this thing anyway?”

Krysta: I sometimes ask myself the same question but I think the number one reason (at least for me) is we started Nintendo Minute because of one thing and one thing only; we love Nintendo games and we wanted to share that with you guys!

Kit: Yes, I feel very lucky that throughout my life I’ve been able to have friends around me who are also into games, and that I can talk to about games, because let’s be honest, it’s what we’re constantly thinking about. At the same time, I know there are people out there who may not be in the same position. You and I have had these sorts of discussions ever since we started at Nintendo, so it felt natural to translate them to video and share with everyone else. It’s also been a fun way to document my journey with facial hair! Please look forward to my Viking beard braid in 2017.

Krysta: We’re incredibly lucky to work at a company that really cultivates this type of environment and really encourages us to share our passion with all of you. And yes, it’s weird to see how different we look through the years. And there’s one more thing I want to bring up. We’re definitely not making these videos because we think we’re, like, game playing geniuses or something. But one thing for me that I’ve always believed in, is that you don’t have to be awesome at games to love them. In fact, I think I really suck at most games but it doesn’t make them any less fun for me to play them.

Kit: Our failed dreams of eSports glory aside, Nintendo Minute has really brought us closer to the Nintendo fan community, whether it’s meeting people at events or reading comments (we read them all!). I love how there’s such a circular relationship.

Krysta: Well now I think you’re scaring them…

Kit: This post is too cordial…I…I…don’t know what to do next.

The very first Nintendo Minute aired during the middle of 2013. In May, the show will be celebrating its third anniversary. Time really flies, doesn’t it?

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This week’s Nintendo Minute is a special one for Zelda fans. In today’s episode, Kit and Krysta show off the Wolf Link amiibo as well as brand new footage from Twilight Princess HD. Check out the full episode below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In today’s episode, Kit and Krysta (along with some guests) try out some of the latest Smash Bros. DLC. Check out the full video below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In the new video, Kit and Krysta check out FAST Racing Neo and SteamWorld Heist. We’ve attached the latest Nintendo Minute below.

This week’s episode of Nintendo Minute has gone live. In the latest video, Kit and Krysta complete their playthough of Year Walk. Check it out below.

It’s the final Game of the Year selections in this week’s episode of Nintendo Minute. Kit and Krysta, along with MatPat “The Game Theorist”, Lamarr Wilson and Jirard “The Completionist”, present their picks for 2015 and fan categories. Watch the full video below.