It’s not hard to walk into a gaming store or section to find piles upon piles of gaming accessories to help you expand your typical gaming experience. Some are good, some are bad, and some are downright ridiculous. This trend of bizarre gaming accessories isn’t new. Companies have been pedaling awkward add-ons since as far back as the Atari days. We have always been marketed unnecessary and overpriced equipment to “help” us experience our consoles in a fresh way, though most of the time it turned out rotten.
Are you one of those people who were sad the NES Classic was being discontinued? If so, I have good news for you: Nintendo is reportedly working on a SNES Classic that will release sometime this year.
If you were hoping to get an NES Classic soon, I've got some bad news for you. The system is being discontinued at the end of this month, with the last shipment already going out to retailers.
And now it's time for some feel good news to get you through the Monday. Over the weekend, a Redditor found an English sounding name in the credits for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Corey Bunnell, who alongside Shogo Kihara was the Wildlife Programmer. While it's rare to see a Western name in the credits like that, what's even more interesting is that Corey had finally fulfilled a life long dream of his.
The Nintendo Switch launched without traditional streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu in order to focus on gaming. While the thought was nice, it was heavily criticized for the decision, especially since it is supposed to serve as a mobile device as well. Thankfully, Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aime recently talked about this.
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