How Definitive is Hyrule Warriors (Switch)?


Hyrule Warriors originally launched in 2014 on Wii U, got a second lease on life in 2016 for 3DS, and with another two years comes another version of the game. 2018’s Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition brings all the DLC together and all the modes into one stellar package! Simeon and Scott will show you the ropes.

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January Nintendo Direct?!?!?!


It really happened! What started as a rumor, and turned it to a leak, finally materialized as a bona fide mini-presentation from Nintendo themselves, outlining what kind of games we can expect to be playing between now and E3. It wasn’t half-bad!

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Linkle & The Question of Female Link

Linkle? Female LINK?! FEMALE ZELDA?!?! Wait…


#550 – Out of nowhere, Linkle appeared and paved the way for a female Link. Simeon and Scott sit down today to discuss the issue of Link and gender. Will Linkle ever star in her own game? Should the Hero of Hyrule reincarnate as a woman in a future game? WHY NOT?

Footage credit: Direct-Feed Games

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How Nintendo Handles DLC

Season pass used to be a bad word – now Nintendo’s saying it all the time!


Breath of the Wild may be receiving perfect scores from around the industry, but its recent DLC expansion pass announcement was not met with as much enthusiasm. Simeon and Scott take a look at Nintendo’s downloadable content track record today before discussing the promise of added content for Link’s newest adventure. How are you feeling about the opportunity to pay to play more of Hyrule’s open world? Sound off in the comments below!

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