So I frequent Nintendolife and came across this:
seen ARMS a couple of times and I’m stoked for this game. It’s no Splatoon in
my eyes, but still looks like a real Nintendo game. Fun, flashy, colourful and
full of character. But something came to me when looking at the latest Nintendo
Direct, I think I can deduce how this game came about in it’s entirety.
Hello TAY, so the Switch is coming next month and one point of debate has been it’s online service, specifically the “free game a month” that’s promised with that service. The USA and UK sites word this free game in such a way that it seems that a virtual console game can be played for free every month with the game…
You have probably seen this around around the web before, but as TAY’s resident Dutchman I can’t help but plug this here. Love y’all
Small but interesting tidbit: NoE’s site had these buttons greyed (or redded) out for a while and I figured it was a programming error, but now they have full blown coming soon texts over it (it’s the same for the Dutch version of the same site).
This article is a must read for everyone expecting Pokemon Stars, Mario & Luigi or other Nintendo handheld-series on the Switch. Spare yourself the disappointment as I’ll prove why you shouldn’t expect these series either anytime soon, or ever at all.
G’day TAY, another day and another Switch post. I’ve held off on making one since many fellow TAY’ers have said most of what needs to be said. I’m personally much enthused by the Switch presentation and its line-up, but I can’t deny that the line-up is to slim for many gamers. But what if the line-up is slim and the…
Complete with Evil Ryu and newcomer (to me) Violent Ken this is Ultra Street Figher II: The Final Challangers according to Capcom.
I read the internet in English, so this little image made me laugh a lot. Do I get Ravenpuff points now?
Hi guys, sorry for my month long absence and especially to those following my Let’s Play, Miiverse style series. I was on holiday for a month and Iphone Safari doesn’t let me make comments for some reason. So I wasn’t able to tell you I was gone.
Hello TAY, a bit late again, but Blue’s journey hasn’t stopped. Blue just made it out of Rock Tunnel. We’re nearing the halfway point of the game now, and Blue isn’t slowing down. Enjoy:
Hello Tay, Pokemon fever is ramping up with Pokemon Generations launching it’s first episode today. Haven’t watched yet but they’ll probably focus on Red again. So let’s dive in to Blue’s adventures again to see him recover from the Vermillion ordeal and continue the journey.
Hi all. Work’s been killing rendereing me largely absent from TAY. Some bus drives and morning coffee has given me some oppertunity to continue Blue’s adventures though. It’s Vermillion City time.
Hello TAY, Blue’s adventures in Cerulean city are up for your viewing pleasure. I’ve tried to segment my play-through as best as I can. So I wonder if some of you think that these posts are too short, or too long, (is that to or too?), anyway enjoy part 3. Find part 2 through the tag, I haven’t been able to tag part 1…
Hi all, A bit later than I’d planned, Here’s part 2 of my Blue Playthough. Be sure to read part 1. So without further ado:
Having played through Pokemon Yellow more times than necessary, I figured i’d play Pokemon blue this time, and instead of naming my character Wim and going for my Pokemon Yellow team, I figured I’d name my character Blue so I could get a different team without feeling i’m ditching my faithfull friends. To add to the…
With the NES mini classic just announced, Nintendo’s handling of classic games has become a current topic. Anytime this comes up I see the same questions: why not make all the games? Why do retro consoles do what Nintendon’t?
Ten points for the TAY’er who can take this bad piece of Dunglish* and make it proper English
E3 has come and gone and for many it’s been one giant The Legend of Zelda marketing machine. It’s really amazing how Nintendo took one game and just made took a gamble with it by having it be 75% of their E3 plan. Seeing all the reactions online proved it a great plan. Then again, hindsight is always 20/20.