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PRESS START | Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch) Specs and Details

PRESS START | The First 15 Minutes of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)


MARIO KART 8 DELUXE

PLATFORM: Nintendo Switch

WEBSITE: http://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/mario-kart-8-deluxe-switch

RELEASE DATE (U.S.): April 28, 2017

LAUNCH PRICE (U.S.): $59.99

FILE SIZE: 6.8GB

MODES: Offline modes, Online modes

  • Single Player
  • 2-4 payers split-screen
  • 2-12 players online
  • 2-8 players local wireless

PLAY STYLES SUPPORTED:

  • Pro Controller; Single Joy-Con; Joy-Con Grip; Wireless Joy-Con
  • Handheld mode; Tabletop mode; TV Mode

Happy gaming, everyone!

–Walapie Gamer


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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Playthrough | Part 12 “Hidden Apparatus” (Nintendo Switch)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Playthrough | Part 12 “Hidden Apparatus” (Nintendo Switch)


Please enjoy my continued Playthrough of a stellar Bucket List Game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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1 Hour Nintendo Music | Mario Kart 8 Deluxe [MAIN THEME] (Nintendo Switch)

1 Hour Nintendo Music | Mario Kart 8 Deluxe [MAIN THEME] (Nintendo Switch)


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ONLINE VS: Race#7 | Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)

ONLINE VS: Race#7 | Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (Nintendo Switch)


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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Playthrough | Part 11 “Shrine to Shrine” (Nintendo Switch)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Playthrough | Part 11 “Shrine to Shrine” (Nintendo Switch)


Please enjoy my continued Playthrough of a stellar Bucket List Game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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1 Hour Nintendo Music | Animal Crossing: New Leaf “Go K.K. Rider” (Nintendo 3DS)

1 Hour Nintendo Music | Animal Crossing: New Leaf “Go K.K. Rider” (Nintendo 3DS)


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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Playthrough | Part 10 “Far Away Faron” (Nintendo Switch)

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Playthrough | Part 10 “Far Away Faron” (Nintendo Switch)


Please enjoy my continued Playthrough of a stellar Bucket List Game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.

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Public Service Announcement: Stock Up on Wii Nunchuks!

Hello, everyone! Walapie Gamer, the Nintendo Archiver, here with a Public Service Announcement.

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I recommend stocking up on Nintendo Wii product especially the awesome Nunchuk accessory.  Oh. Why, you ask? With the Nintendo Switch out in the marketplace, and some inside of homes across the globe, new copies of older products will surely be hard to come by.

I’M ALL SET!

For those who want a brand new Nunchuk–or two or three, as you can see from my personal collection from the image above–I suggest checking the links below.

BEST BUY

Best Buy is selling these goodies for $11.99. Wow! What a steal. In fact, this is how I purchased my trio of brand new ‘chuks. They’re on clearance so snag them while the deal lasts.

AMAZON

Amazon has plenty hovering around (above and below) the $15.00 range. The lowest price I saw today was $12.92!!! Wow, again! Just check out the many third party sellers if you do not see one from Amazon directly. Still a good deal for a product with a suggested retail price of $19.99.

NINTENDO STORE

But if you do not mind a refurbished Nunchuk, you can purchase one straight from the source from the online Nintendo Store. $10.00 is the asking price in the colors red or white.

Act as fast as you can if you can afford to do so. All dollars are U.S. and all links are for North American purposes. This is the internet so search around to find Wii Nunchuk deals in your part of the planet. One thing is for sure: New Wii games and accessories will surely be harder to come by as the years continue to pass.

Well, that will be it for this Public Service Announcement. I hope you have fun chucking in the coming days, months, and years with your brand new Wii Nunchuks.

This is Walpaie Gamer, the Nintendo Archiver, signing out.

HAPPY GAMING. EVERYONE!


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Nintendo amiibo Hunting for Super Mario Series Wario

The Beauty of Wario

Amiibo are Nintendo’s physical figurines that interact with digital games for Nintendo’s various gaming hardware while also looking good on shelves. I’ve maintained a selective approach to obtaining these figurines. But because Wario is one of my favorite video game characters, it was only fitting I’d hunt for his amiibo.

Wario in All of His Glory

Just look at his mustache, round belly, and awesome grape-mustard color design. Wario doesn’t care if he’s essentially an evil imperfect clone of Mario turned upside down. He’s too busy having fun loving himself.

Wario In Time-Out

And now he sits next to all of my other amiibo, happy as can be. As long as he is not in “time-out” for bad behavior.

Fun fact: My spouse found this amiibo on sale during her trip to Hawaii! I’m proud of her.

But the same can not be said about GameStop’s eye for details. Wario is definitely not Waluigi. Because we all know Wario’s gonna win. 😉

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This is a non-sponsored article. I just wanted to share my Wario love with the all of you. You should love Wario, too.

 

Why Animal Crossing: New Leaf Is A Bucket List Game


ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW LEAF is a certified Bucket List game that everyone should play before he or she “kicks the bucket”.


Animal Crossing is one of those series that has enthusiastic players prioritizing the game over real life. So do not be surprised if you miss a real life meeting because you are preoccupied with the in-game meeting you have with a pink pig on Friday afternoon. Welcome to Animal Crossing, yet another worthy Bucket List game!

WHAT IS ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW LEAF?

It is the Nintendo 3DS portable entry in the long running life simulation franchise (titled Animal Crossing) from Nintendo. You control a cartoon-like version of yourself who is the mayor of a town filled with walking, talking animal villagers.

The game revolves around interacting with your animal neighbors, befriending them while also running errands and collecting a ton of collectibles. You can fish, catch bugs, collect fruit, decorate your home, change your wardrobe, build town projects, set town ordinances, go deep sea diving, accumulate wealth, and much more as the game progresses. The free “Welcome amiibo” update released in late 2016 added a substantial amount of content and improvements as well.

A LOT OF GAME, A LOT OF FUN!

A day in the life of Animal Crossing can be fun and addicting. Since the game is real-time (meaning that whatever time and season it is in real life it is also the same in the game), the player is tasked with making the best of the day ahead. Stores do not open until a certain time in the morning so perhaps collecting the daily dinosaur fossils that can be found throughout town beneath ground will fill your time. And do not forget to donate the fossils to the museum if you are looking to complete your town’s museum showcase.

Perhaps you find fun in socializing. Talking to your villagers can be addicting, too. So much so, you might find yourself planning your entire day around meeting an animal in New Leaf (like my spouse has done so many times before). All of the animals in the game have different personalities and can be comedic, or odd, or simply fun to interact with: I have a Wolf that really enjoys coming over to my place a little too much and can often be spotted hanging behind houses; an orange Toad that likes to workout; and a rainbow colored sheep that I think is a French clown—the awesome oddball collection of animals goes on and on.

BUSY WORK IS THE NEW FUN!

Your animal neighbors can easily entertain you for hours through conversation and chatter alone; when they start asking you to collect things for them and run errands, that is when I suggest you cancel all other social engagements for your day. This is my spouse’s favorite series so it is not uncommon for her to play the game for up to six hours in a row. Because there is so much to do!

Maybe you like fishing. There is always a fish lurking on the beach or in the rivers that run through the town. How about catching bugs? Try hitting the rocks around town and you might just catch a centipede or pill bug. Is your town looking a little thin? Try planting more trees and flowers in the way that looks best to you. Fruit trees will drop fruit for you to sell and flowers will help improve the overall beauty and satisfaction rating of your town. There is truly something fun and addicting in this game for every type of player.

PLAY HOW YOU WANT

You can play the game however you like. I play with a daily routine in mind and it takes me about a half hour just to do that. If I want to explore the tropical island to the south for fish and insects that are worth a lot of cash, I need an extra hour or so. The good thing is that you can save at anytime; there is no time limits, no enemies, and no one telling you what to do.

You can play New Leaf anywhere–since it is a portable game–and spend a minute playing while you wait in a line or play for hours when the mood hits you. Each day I play, I figure out what I want to do and I scale my play style to the amount of time I have allotted. For anyone looking for a pick up and play game or a deep dive hearty meal, this game caters to most play styles.

WELCOME AMIIBO

Fans and new players alike will also surely find joy in the features New Leaf and the Welcome amiibo update adds to the core Animal Crossing game. There are more fruit, fish, furniture, and insects to collect than ever before—completionists, this is your Mount Everest so prepare to have the time of your lives collecting the thousands of items in this game.

If you own the Nintendo figurines called amiibo, you can use them to summon villagers to a campsite near your town, buy items that they brought with them, and even ask them to live in your village. New Leaf also makes it much easier for players to keep the villagers they like from leaving town and this iteration also improves on the ability to accrue wealth and items. Chores may be the main focus of the Animal Crossing series but playing the game is far from a chore. The Welcome amiibo update makes sure of that.

YOUR NEW BUCKET LIST GAME

So, welcome to Animal Crossing: New Leaf, the game that keeps playing even when you are asleep. You will bond with your animal villagers, fall in love with the DJ dog that plays music every Saturday night, love some animal neighbors while despising others, and create a village that you will call home.

New Leaf truly improves on the core Animal Crossing concept in every way. This is the third game in the series I have put hundreds of hours into and it is as fresh and fun as it was nearly fifteen years ago when I played the first localized entry.

For anyone looking for a good time, hop on a train or the bus and travel to Animal Crossing: New Leaf, a Bucket List game, today.

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