Though Nintendo announced that the NES Classic Edition would have its last range of shipments this month, it apparently has something else coming for nostalgia fans. According to source that spoke to Eurogamer, the SNES Classic is already in development and will be out by Christmas 2017.
As per the site, the development of the SNES Classic is the biggest reasons why the NES Classic is going out of production. Nintendo has not offered a public statement to this report.
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The Nintendo Switch has received a new update with update 2.2.0. What did the patch notes, crafted by informative folks at Nintendo, indicate about the update? Only that it brings “general system stability improvements to enhance the user’s experience.” We’ll have to wait for player feedback to know the extent of improvements.
The update will download automatically if your Switch goes online though it’s possible to start the update manually as well. Once it’s done, the current...19-04-2017, 12:39 AM
Nintendo has released a new patch for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. This update, version 1.1.2, has patch notes similar to the last update, simply stating that, “Adjustments have been made to make for a more pleasant gaming experience.”
The last update stated the same and offered improved frame rate performance in certain areas of the game. This was reported by players so it might be some time before any actual benefits from version 1.1.2 are discerned.
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Not wanting to be outdone by Sony, Nintendo has released a brand new system update for the Nintendo 3DS today. Update 11.4.0-37, which is now out, apparently makes “further improvements to overall system stability and other minor adjustments to enhance the user experience”. Which is another way of saying it does nothing.
Actually, if you are a homebrew user, you’ll find that this update blocks several system exploits, including safehax. In other words, this is Nintendo blocking...11-04-2017, 06:17 PM
Lest you think the month is bereft of Nintendo Switch releases, we have Mario Kart 8 Deluxe out later this month. As a port of the Wii U version, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe comes with several improvements especially to the Battle Mode. A new gameplay video (courtesy of GamersGlobal) has been released to showcase exactly what they are.
What else is new with Mario Kart 8? According to Nintendo, every single piece of DLC for the original version will be include. You’ll also see Splatoon’s...08-04-2017, 02:05 PM
Nintendo’s Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has received some short new videos that highlight its Battle Modes. These modes include Balloon Battle, Bob-omb Blast, Coin Runners, Piranha Plants vs Spies mode and Shine Thief respectively. Check them out below.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is essentially the Nintendo Switch version of the Wii U kart racer. It includes all previously released DLC, encompassing every single track and kart.
However, five new characters will also be added along...28-03-2017, 02:15 PM
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The Legend of Zelda Breath of The Wild Boss GuideThe Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is now out- and it is a sumptuous game, unlike truly anything that we have ever seen before. It is also a hard game- harder than any Zelda game in recent memory, harder than most AAA games, in fact. Taking a leaf out of Dark Souls and survival games, Breath of the Wild presents you with multiple scenarios where you can die.
One of these scenarios is in combat- when even regular enemies can take you out, bosses and the dreaded Guardians (the signature enemies of this game) can be outright terrifying, especially if you are not prepared for them. Thankfully, we’re here to help.
How To Defeat All The Bosses:
Zelda has always had some great bosses, but the bosses in Breath of the Wild may take the cake. They are unexpected, terrifying, unpredictable, and hard to take down. You will find them in dungeons, sure, but you will also find many of them in the overworld, simply as you are trying to make your way to some other place that you saw in the distance- and often at the worst possible time.
The video below tells you how to take on every boss in the game:
Complete list of all bosses:
Below is a complete list of all the bosses in the game.
- Divine Beast Vah Ruta
- Waterblight Ganon
- Fireblight Ganon
- Master Kohga
- Divine Beast Vah Naboris
- Thunderblight Ganon
- Divine Beast Vah Medoh
- Windblight Ganon
- Calamity Ganon
- Dark Beast Ganon
Guardians are the signature enemies of Breath of the Wild, and they are terrifying, dealing you one hit kill attacks most of the time. They come in several variations and forms, and most of the times, you need to be smart and cunning to take them out. Here are some tips to deal with them:
Don’t. Really, just… try and avoid Guardians if you can. Even the immobile ones, which you will run into earlier in the game, can wreak havoc on you. If you can avoid engaging them, maybe by stealthily passing around them, opt for that approach
Low level weapons do no damage to them. Most of the gear you get early in the game will do nothing to Guardians. Instead, you must wait for higher leveled gear to take them on. This includes specialized arrows- while Ancient Arrows are tailor made to take them out in one hit, should you manage to hit the bullseye, even Bomb Arrows, Fire Arrows, Electric Arrows, and Ice Arrows can do the trick. Similarly, higher leveled melee weapons can also take them on- if you have the gumption to get so up close to one, that is.
Their eyes are their weak spot. If you hit them in the eye, you can take them out far easier- in fact, if you hit them in the eye with the Ancient Arrow, you take them out in one hit. Use this fact to your advantage.
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