YouTube app now live on Switch
Posted on 1 week ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes
A few days ago, we first started to hear that a YouTube app for Switch could be launching today. As it turns out, the app has indeed been released.
Head on over to the eShop to download YouTube on Switch for free. The download takes up 89.0MB of space.
Here are a few screenshots of the app:
Nintendo’s site seemingly reveals that YouTube app is coming to Switch next week
Posted on 2 weeks ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments | 0 Likes
Switch is just a few months away from its second anniversary. Some system owners have been clamoring for video apps since its release, but there haven’t been too many options. Hulu came to Switch last November, but offerings since then have been few and far between.
The good news is that, next week, Switch might be receiving a major video app. Though the page is currently inaccessible, Nintendo’s website indicates that YouTube is launching on the eShop very soon.
Nintendo details how recent YouTube changes affect Nintendo Creators Program members
Posted on 9 months ago by Tyler(@tylerlelliott) in General Nintendo, News | 0 comments | 0 Likes
Following changes made to YouTube in January, Nintendo has laid out how these changes will reshape the Nintendo Creators Program (NCP) in an email sent out to NCP members. Specifically, eligibility requirements have been reworked. Current channels involved with NCP who do not meet the new requirements will be deactivated from the program. See the updates in full below:
Super Mario Odyssey was one of the most-viewed games on YouTube from E3 2017
Posted on 1 year ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 11 Comments | 0 Likes
YouTube has provided an official listing of the most-viewed games from E3 2017. Super Mario Odyssey made the list, taking the sixth spot.
Here’s the full results:
As far as trailers go specifically, Super Mario Odyssey was second with 5.5 million views. Nintendo’s video is now almost at nearly nine million views. YouTube says the game’s placement is “impressive” given how it was one of the last games shown at E3.
YouTube Wii support ends at the end of June
Posted on 1 year ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Wii | 10 Comments | 0 Likes
Support for the YouTube app on Wii is ending in the near future. An official notice states that after June 30, users will be on their own, but can still access YouTube “in many other ways.”
Frankly, it’s surprising to see that support lasted as long as it did. Nintendo has created two new consoles since the Wii after all.
Super Mario Odyssey trailer now the most-viewed game video on Nintendo of America’s YouTube page
Posted on 1 year ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 32 Comments | 0 Likes
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s trailer from E3 2016 became the most-viewed game video on Nintendo of America’s YouTube channel a few months ago. Super Mario Odyssey has now managed to usurp it.
Super Mario Odyssey’s trailer from the Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 is currently at 11.2 million views. Meanwhile, the view count for Zelda’s E3 trailer is at 11.1 million.
Note that Switch itself is still the overall most-viewed videon Nintendo of America’s YouTube page with over 26 million views.
Super Mario Odyssey trailer tops ten million views on Nintendo’s North American YouTube page
Posted on 1 year ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 20 Comments | 0 Likes
The Super Mario Odyssey debut trailer has now been seen over ten million times on Nintendo’s North American YouTube page. It’s the third most-watched video on the channel, following only behind the initial Switch reveal and Zelda: Breath of the Wild trailer from E3 2016.
Speaking of Zelda, the new video is the fourth most-watched item on Nintendo of America’s YouTube page. It’s done well for itself with 6.5 million views.
Other view counts from the Nintendo Switch Presentation 2017 are as follows:
– Mario Kart 8 Deluxe: ~ 3 million
– Sonic Mania: ~ 2.5 million
– Splatoon 2: ~ 2 million
– Arms: ~ 1.75 million
– Xenoblade Chronicles 2: ~ 1.25 million
– Super Bomberman R: ~ 1.2 million
– 1-2-Switch: ~ 1.1 million
– Puyo Puyo Tetris: ~ 400,000
Pokemon Sun/Moon starters reveal video makes YouTube’s most-viewed game trailers of 2016
Posted on 1 year ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in 3DS, News | 5 Comments | 0 Likes
New data is in from YouTube, showing the most-viewed game trailers of the year. Pokemon Sun/Moon made the list thanks to its reveal of the starter Pokemon. That video amassed 10.8 million views.
The Pokemon Sun/Moon trailer placed seventh in YouTube’s chart. For the full results, continue on below.
10. Doom – Fight Like Hell cinematic trailer: 9.6 million views
9. Watch Dogs 2 – cinematic reveal E3 2016: 10 million views
8. FIFA 17 – The Journey official trailer: 10.6 million views
7. Pokémon Sun and Moon – Starter Pokémon revealed: 10.8 million views
6. Overwatch – “Dragons” animated short: 14 million views
5. Clash of Kings: 16.8 million views
4. Gears of War 4 – Tomorrow: 17.1 million views
3. Clash of Clans: Hog Rider 360-degree video: 29.9 million views
2. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare – Reveal trailer: 35.8 million views
1. Battlefield 1 – Official reveal trailer: 49.7 million views
Zelda: Breath of the Wild one of YouTube’s top trending games of June 2016
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, Switch, Wii U | 5 Comments | 0 Likes
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild made YouTube’s chart as one of the top trending games of June. Stemming from its big appearance at E3, Breath of the Wild ended up at the seventh spot. Minecraft: Story Mode – a game available on Wii U – was number one. You can see the full results above.
Minecraft dev looking into YouTube copyright strike issues with the new Super Mario Mash-Up Pack
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U | 18 Comments | 0 Likes
Minecraft: Wii U Edition was updated with the new Super Mario Mash-Up Pack this week. Enthusiastic gamers have since started to upload clips to YouTube, but some have encountered issues with copyright strikes.
Developer 4J Studios took to Twitter earlier today and provided an update on the situation. It turns out that these strikes aren’t supposed to happen, and Nintendo even assured the team that it wouldn’t be a problem. They’re now following up with Nintendo on things.
Here’s the tweet straight from 4J:
We're hearing reports of copyright strikes on Super Mario Mash-Up videos. We were assured this wouldn't happen. Following up with Nintendo.
— 4J Studios (@4JStudios) May 19, 2016