Weeelcooome to episode 393 of our weekly Nintendo show and podcast, Nintendo Voice Chat. Filip’s gone missing (something about playing with cardboard), but that doesn’t stop Peer, Chloi, Brian, Zach, and Lily to talk about the biggest Nintendo news, including the new Mario movie and Mario Kart mobile announcements, and Nintendo’s 2017 performance and sales records. In the second part of the show, Chloi joins to chat about new Switch releases, including why you shouldn’t miss Night in the Woods.
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Discussion topics and times:
00:00 Weeeeeelcooome! And a word from Filip (kinda) on LABO.
03:25 “Maybe Nintendo will announce something…” Like Mario Kart Tour
09:00 Nintendo Switch Online launches in September: our thoughts on timing
14:07 The Mario Movie
20:27 Splatoon 2‘s new content — and Master Chief in Minecraft
23:15 Nintendo Switch is hot, hot, hot
30:40 Super Mario Odyssey sells big!
37:00 Chloi Rad appears
40:00 Dragon Quest Builders and other February releases, like Owlboy and Steamworld Dig
55:45 Pick of the Week: Night in the Woods
62:30 Question Block
Bonus Video: Nintendo Switch eShop Releases: January 22 – 28
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