After one of the biggest weekends in Nintendo history, the NXpress Nintendo Podcast is back to tell our harrowing stories of waiting in line for the Nintendo Switch! Luckily each of ended up getting our hands on one of these slick machines, and our thumbs have been glued to those joy-cons and pro controllers since. The first segment deals with launch day and some general impressions, but for the second, well, there’s a little matter of a certain highly-anticipated launch game…
Since its arrival in 1986, the Zelda series has always pushed the technical boundaries of whatever console it has graced, and Breath of the Wild continues this tradition (times two). Epic, mythic, simply terrific, Breath of the Wild brings a new kind of experience to fans across the globe. This week, Ricky, Tim, and Patrick finally get a chance to discuss the highly anticipated Nintendo Switch and its premier launch title in a one hour, spoiler free review. All this and more!
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01:00: Nintendosage: Shopping for the Nintendo Switch
16:00: Breath of the Wild trailer
18:00: Main Event: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild review
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