This week on the Nintendo NXpress Podcast, Goomba Stomp’s Nintendo Editor Jame Baker joins Tim, Rick, and Patrick to discuss the highs and lows of attending the world’s biggest gaming convention Gamescom and shares his review of Metroid: Samus Returns. Meanwhile, Patrick shares his first impressions of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle while Rick and Tim try to figure out what is going on in Sudo 51’s upcoming Switch exclusive, Travis Strikes Again. Of course, the gang breaks down the latest Nintendo Indie Direct and each picks the game(s) they are most looking forward to playing. All this and more!
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