Nintendo Switch's new cartridge set to 'taste bad' deliberately.
The guys at Mashable were able to catch up with the WWE’s biggest star at a Nintendo Switch event in California. He got to play the new Zelda game as well as 1-2-Switch, both available at release on the 3rd of March. Here is the interview and those all important opinions in full.
If you are going to have your band new Nintendo Switch in March then you may not have to wait as long as you think for a taste of the new Splatoon game.
You might not be a fan of American Football or the NFL, but one thing you must know is that the event is a huge commercial celebration of capitalism for the USA. Often the adverts are actually the biggest draw and get the most mentions in the media!
The potential audience reached is huge and combined with a prestigious event like the Super Bowl it makes it incredibly appealing to advertisers. It does not come cheap however. On average the price for a 30 second placement during the half time break can cost around $5m.
Nintendo are planning on spending a large chunk of money on this years game between New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons to promote their new console the Nintendo Switch. It is the big hope for the Japanese company who struggled to get their last offering, the Wii U, off the shelves.
Tech companies have always found the Super Bowl ads a lucrative pay off and Apple and Microsoft often pay the premium prices to get their products 'out there'. Nintendo are taking a leaf out of their book therefore and taking advantage of some useful hype theuy have already created.
The new console will come out on March the 3rd and anticipation is reaching fever pitch after a positive unveiling in January. The console will be priced in the late 200's and will be a cost effective alternative to the 'big boys' XBOX and Playstation.
Nintendo need to make a big splash with the switch so it makes sense they are turning to the Super Bowl for exposure.
We at Lets Nintendo Switch will be uploading the ad so you can see it for yourself the following day. Saving you having to sit through 4 hours of sport and shouting!
Find out what we thought of the Nintendo Switch Presentation from Japan. January 13th
The word of 2016 might be Trump or Brexit, but 2017 will be Switch! That is because this is the year a new type of gaming is introduced in the form of the Nintendo Switch. It was first announced in October 2016 and ever since then we at Lets Nintendo Switch have been frothing at the mouth like a Bowser hungry for a Mario. (Mario for Peach seemed inappropriate).
Universal Studios have revealed exciting plans for a new theme park ni Japan which is themed around none other than Nindendo!
The Super Nintendo world will cost up to $433m for Universal Studios Japan. It is hoped that it will be ready by 2020 for the Tokyo Olympics. It will not be in Tokyo however. The new theme park will be in Osaka, south of Nintendos home in Kyoto.
The Super Nntendo World will be comprised of expansive and multilevel environments filled with unprecedented, state-of-the-art rides, interactive areas, shops and restaurants, all featuring Nintendo’s most popular characters and games.
I am especially looking forward to being able to join in a real life Mario Kart race, or sneak around Bowser's castle. The possibilities and options are amazing for a Nintendo themed park. If there is one thing we can be sure of its that Nintendo and Shigeru Miyamoto will have plenty of ideas in their incredible imaginations.
The globally popular characters are still attracting new fans and one can imagine the mascots of Mario, Luigi and Link taking pictures with kids. artnership between Mr. Shigeru Miyamoto, Creative Fellow at Nintendo, and Mark Woodbury, President of Universal Creative, renowned for creative and technical excellence. Super Nintendo World will allow guests to fully immerse themselves and all five senses in the worlds of Nintendo, and is expected to attract guests from Japan and the world over
The Nintendo Switch was unveiled for it's first TV appearance on Jimmy Fallon's Tonight Show. In attendance was Shigeru Miyamoto who even had some fun and played the Mario theme with the show's house band The Roots.