Welcooooooome back to Nintendo Voice Chat! We bring you NVC a day early this week in an effort to help ease the wait for Super Mario Odyssey.
This week, Ryan McCaffrey joins Zach Ryan, Brian Altano, and Peer Schneider to talk about his play experience with Super Mario Odyssey and expand on his glowing review. But before we get to our 30 minutes of spoiler-safe Mario talk, we also fill you in on the newly revealed Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, Poi (worst release timing, ever!), and an indie that many might overlook simply based on its license: The Mummy Demastered. Plus, there’s news about Shin Megami Tensei V and the New Nintendo 3DS XL SNES Edition (say that three times in a row).
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Discussion topics and times:
00:00 Weeeeeelcome! (It’s Ryan’s first-ever NVC!)
05:35 Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp: our thoughts on Nintendo mobile game reveal
16:20 Does Pocket Camp spell doom for a Switch version?
19:38 All the new Switch and 3DS games out now, including Fire Emblem Warriors, and
23:05 Shin Megami Tensei V is heading to Nintendo Switch
23:50 Is it a great time to release a new 2D Metroidvania? We played The Mummy Demastered
29:40 Super Mario Odyssey. Ryan shares what’s so great about it
44:00 Nin10do: Zelda and Mario compared
49:07 We recently ranked the top 10 best core Mario games. Where’s Odyssey fall?
01:00:00 Question Block: Smash Bros.? Super Mario Sunshine HD? Your most-burning questions answered
Bonus VLOG: You ask many questions. Peer answers some of the ones we couldn’t fit in last week’s episode!
Super Mario Sunshine HD — if it were to happen, what would you want improved?
Many of us think Sunshine was a truly great Mario game, but also had some rough edges. Do you agree? What would you like Nintendo to improve?
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