Corey, Celeste, and Edward are back to discuss how retirement is treating Reggie Fils-Aime, Paper Mario, the 35th Anniversary Twitter account for Mario, a random F-Zero Twitter account, and Retro Studios making more moves.
Corey and Edward are back to talk about all of the exciting things happening at Retro Studios, including the hire of a Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII Veteran. They also reflect on Game Informer Editor-in-Chief Andy McNamara leaving the company after 29 years.
Corey and Edward talk about the recent hirings at Retro Studios and discuss the ways Metroid Prime 4 can go based off of the talent there. This could be a bigger, bolder Metroid.
Can your Switch run Crysis? Well, it looks like we’re going to find out. Crysis Remastered, along with Void Bastards, has been announced for Switch. Corey and Edward also discuss HAL Labs also turning 40, The Legend of Zelda 25th anniversary speculation, and what advantages Switch has to compete with Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5.
Corey and Edward are joined by The CaNERDian, Mark Carabin, from Secret Friends Unite Co-op Mode to talk about Journey to the Savage Planet, Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition, Nintendo going above and beyond in customer service, and Nintendo’s 2020 after Animal Crossing.
Corey and Edward are joined by their first guests since their relaunch, Jeff James and the incredible, the unobtainable, luscious Brody Fultz. The guys talk about their love for Switch, Retro Studios hiring some more talent, Atlus games coming to Switch in the future, XCOM 2, and the ever loud discussion about third party support.
Corey and Edward take some time to discuss a lot of news including Metroid Prime 4 developer Retro Studios hiring a key art director from DICE, Platinum Games’ Kickstarter, the likelyhood of Cyberpunk 2077 coming to Switch (spoilers, not likely), the length of the Switch’s lifecycle, and big discussions about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 (and 3?!) and Metroid Prime 4.
Corey and Edward discuss some of the rumored games coming to Nintendo Switch in 2020 including a 2D Metroid and Paper Mario.
Corey and Edward ring in the new year with their tradition of breaking down Nintendo’s slate of games for 2020. Will Nintendo have what it takes to battle their competitor’s new hardware? Let’s find out on this episode of Nintendo Pow Block!
Edward and Corey discuss whether or not Metroid Prime 4 is actually coming out in 2018 and who might be the secret developer behind the anticipated Switch title.