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NXpress Nintendo Podcast 105: ‘Splatoon 2’ and ‘The King of Kong: A Fistful of Quarters’ Ten Years Later

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This week Rick, Tim, and Patrick continue to talk Splatoon 2, with Rick finally sharing some impressions, as well as offering a comparison to a game he has been warming up to lately, ARMS.
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Nintendo Showcases Holiday Goodies

S Luger
Nintendo of Canada hosted its annual holiday media event in Montreal yesterday, showcasing its offerings for the gift-giving season. Hosted by Musée Grévin, a wax museum in the heart of downtown Montreal, the event was full of game demos, photo ops, good food, and smiling faces. The museum is running...
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The Keys to Nintendo’s Success Beyond Gaming

Izsak Barnette
Nintendo, as a company, has had significant setbacks within their marketing strategy. They have seemingly abandoned the analytics behind console sales to conform to what they perceive to be the optimal way to effectively market their products and are a palpably stubborn company that refuses to modernize their approach to marketing. As a...
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‘The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD’ Making the Best Better

Will Stroad
The latest Zelda remaster, Twilight Princess HD, was released recently. While it still offers all the greatness of the original, it has been drastically improved upon. Many of the changes are fairly obvious but also remarkable in how much of a difference they make in the HD version. Of course, some changes were...
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Nintendo “Dogs” it with Wolf Link Amiibo

Ty Davidson
Last week, Nintendo released the first entry into the Legend of Zelda Amiibo series, Wolf Link, alongside the Wii U’s The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. Fortunately for Amiibo collectors, the figure came bundled exclusively with the console title and was relatively easy to find, saving hunters from another...
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Nintendo “Dogs” it with Wolf Link Amiibo

Ty Davidson
Last week, Nintendo released the first entry into the Legend of Zelda Amiibo series, Wolf Link, alongside the Wii U’s The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD. Fortunately for Amiibo collectors, the figure came bundled exclusively with the console title and was relatively easy to find, saving hunters from another...
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Amiibo: Why they’re not going away anytime soon

Craig Sharpe
It’s a strange transitionary time for Nintendo and its loyal fans. The glory days of the company’s illustrious and market-dominating NES and SNES consoles are long behind them. The cracks may have started to appear during their heated rivalry with Sega, but the house that Mario built was never truly...