Corey, Edward, and Celeste discuss the awesome opportunity that Koei Techmo and Nintendo have in telling a compelling story in the upcoming Zelda prequel, Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity.
This week, Corey, Celeste, and Edward are back to discuss Mario’s 35th Anniversary collections and what we could expect from Zelda and Metroid’s 35th next year as well as new Switch Pro rumors due to a patent for different stand alone joycon designs.
On this episode (210, not 211) streaming personality and community manager at Whitethorn Games BeeYoo joins Corey, Ed, and Celeste to talk about the recent rumors surrounding the Switch Pro and the 2021 lineup as well as the place in gaming for a Wholesome genre.
Corey, Edward, and Celeste are back and are joined by special guest Dan Murphy to talk about the games they’re excited for from the Nindie World Showcase.
Nintendo Pow Block is moving to Wednesdays! Don’t forget!
Corey, Edward, and Celeste are back, discussing the GoldenEye fan project, SNK’s tabletop arcade machine, and what the future of Nintendo Switch holds.
Corey and Edward are back, talking about Pikmin 3 finally coming to Switch! What else could be up Nintendo’s sleeves?
This week on Nintendo Pow Block, Corey and Celeste discuss some of the happenings in the world of Nintendo such as the huge Gigaleak, Tetris 99’s Paper Mario event, and their favorite beaches in video games and what makes them so special.
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.
In this episode of Nintendo Pow Block, Corey, Edward, and Celeste celebrate the show’s five year anniversary as well as discuss Wayforward’s new game, Limited Run Games, and a possible Tomb Raider collection coming to Switch finally.
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.