Is the fabulous Nintendo Switch with it’s innovative Joy-cons the savior the Nintendo is hoping for? Well judging by the rave reviews and huge sales in it’s first week it very well could be.
Notwithstanding a few bugs, the switch with the revolutionary Joy-con controllers seems to have caught the imagination of gamers. It’s certainly helped by the dual release of the Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild which some critics are hailing as the best video game of all time.
Maybe jumping the gun a little, but with a wonderful story line and luscious graphics it’s going to keep a lot of die hard Zelda fans very happy and bring many back into the Nintendo family.
The Switch deftly bridges the gap between playing your game as a Console TV combo, and playing by grab and go, without a falter.
We have curated the best reviews and insights in our Nintendo Switch Review and Legend Of Zelda Breath Of The Wild Review and Roundup. Plenty to keep you entertained here, so enjoy!
2017 represents a major, watershed moment for Nintendo. The video game giant has been around for more than a century, but it’s launching a new piece of hardware at a time when Nintendo’s future in the console market has been in doubt. Both from publishers and gamers worldwide, all eyes will be on the Nintendo Switch.
The console/portable hybrid is a first for the company, arriving as Nintendo adjusts to new executives and begins dipping its toe into the mobile gaming market. It’s also a company still sore from the limited success of its last console, the Wii U. It proved to be one of Nintendo’s least successful consoles with woeful sales and a lacklustre game portfolio, not to mention incredible competition from the PS4 and Xbox One. read more at fandom.wikia.com
Gaming anywhere you want. Joy-Cons are marvelous, versatile controllers. Amazing graphic quality from a relatively small tablet; Not as powerful as a PS4, but Nintendo got out of that game a decade ago. Sleek UI. Region-free game shopping is the best.
I want to love the Switch. I do love the Switch when it works. Ever since 1989, when Nintendo introduced the first Game Boy, it’s been taken for granted that your Nintendo home console and your Nintendo portable machine are separate devices, playing separate libraries of games, and never the twain shall meet. But in an age when mobile graphics are making Mario-sized leaps in quality, why should that always have to be the case? read more at wired.com
After the Wii U failed to ignite the imaginations of anyone but the most devout Nintendo loyalists, a lot rides on its successor. Thankfully, it’s a much more exciting proposition for players: home console-quality gaming on the go.
The Switch itself is the very tablet you hold, rather than a beast left tethered to your TV. It offers a pixel-dense 1280×720 screen with capacitive multi-touch features, but this is far from a Nintendo-branded iPad – slide it into its dock at home and it offers a 1080p output on the main screen. read more at theguardian.com
Playing video games as a couple can be hard enough, but try finding something for two people to play when one of them is blind adds a whole new set of considerations. Enter 1-2 Switch, the interactive party game that finally gave a wife and her blind husband something they could enjoy together.
At 23, Rich Maroney was diagnosed with Diabetic Retinopathy as a result of Type 1 diabetes. He and his wife, Mandi Bundren, have fun at the movies, go to concerts, and hiking trips without any problem. For gaming it’s different though. “We can’t play video games together unless we have something like 1-2 Switch that uses multi-sensory output,” said Mandi. Via kotaku.com
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is at once the most daring take on the decades-old series and incredibly loyal to the core of the series, blending tried-and-true Zelda conventions with fresh and innovative ideas. Just over a week after its release, Nintendo is giving us a look behind the curtain of Breath of the Wild’s development in a three-part video series.
The video series, called “The Making of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild,” goes through the development process from the planning stages to the game’s story and characters and the concept of the open and expansive world. read more at mashable.com
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a complete package of multiple brilliant aspects. Combat, game world, Mechanics, and Visuals, everything in the game is quite fascinating. Zelda: Breath of the wild has a unique Weapon System in the game as well.
This unique feature adds up to all the other fantastic things and makes the game more entertaining. Unlike other games, in Zelda: Breath of the Wild, the weapons you use get weak or sometimes they are broken because of enemy attacks. So, here the question arises! Can we actually repair the damaged, weakened, or broken weapons? Zelda Breath of the Wild Weapons: Are the Weakened or Broken Weapons Repairable?
What Are Amiibos In Breath of the Wild? These are physical collectible figures officially sold by Nintendo, they come equip with a scannable function to allow players to unlock additional items such as Plants, Food, Arrows and even Rare Weapons.
Now that you understand how Amiibos work in Zelda Breath of the Wild. Let’s Discuss How To Use Amiibo Unlocks and the type of Random Weapons and other items you can get. What You Should Know Before You Use Your Amiibo! read more at rankedboost.com