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Fan creates 3D-printed NES cartridge to store Switch game cards

Yo dawg, we fit 12 games in your game!

I created an NES cartridge to hold my Switch games. from r/3Dprinting

Looking for an interesting way to store your Switch game cards? Redditor FlyingPurpleBovine has cooked up an interesting idea that pays tribute to Nintendo's history.

The above picture might look like it features an NES cartridge, but that's actually a 3D-printed case made to look like a classic game. You can slide that cartridge open and store 12 game cards inside altogether. Certainly a fun way to store your games, and quite helpful if you're looking to take a bunch of Switch games with you on the go.

John Wick creator working on TV show pitches for My Friend Pedro and Bendy and the Ink Machine

That would be bananas!

John Wick creator Derek Kolstad has obviously found massive success with that franchise, with multiple installments, a game adaptation, and more on the way. That success hasn't satisfied him though, as Kolstad is looking to create even more content. That includes some plans for TV show adaptations of games.

In an interview with Comicbook.com, Kolstad opened up about two game-to-TV show pitches he's working on right now.

"I'm going out with a pitch for a television series based on the My Friend Pedro video game, as well as for Bendy and the Ink Machine. I am playing any... It's funny, the reason I'm answering it this way, literally, I have these Post-It notes on my computer of, 'This is what I'm working on today.'"

Toonami reviews Animal Crossing: New Horizons

Tom knows what's up

Toonami is at it again with another game review, and this time they've focused on Animal Crossing: New Horizons. See what Tom has to say about the game in the video above.

Nintendo the most-seen gaming industry brand on TV for April 16th to May 15th, 2020

Nintendo does it again


The latest TV commercial info for the game industry has come in, and Nintendo once again dominated the airwaves. The Big N was #1 for April 16th to May 15th, 2020, and you can get the full details below.

- 413.9 million TV ad impressions generated by 14 spots that ran over 2,700 times
- most-seen ad with 150.9 million impressions was “How We Play: Mario Kart 8”
- networks Disney Channel, Cartoon Network, and Nick generated the highest impressions-counts
- top programs included SpongeBob SquarePants, Big City Greens, and Bunk’d

Over 50 questions answered about Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

We answer over 50 of YOUR questions about Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics on Switch in our Q&A including unlockables, difficulty settings, how multiplayer works (both online and local), if there's voice chat, how it compares to Wii Sports & Wii Play, and TONS more.

Retailer who stated Metroid Prime Trilogy was coming to Switch back in 2018 updates their listing, now claims June 19th release

Second time's a charm?

Swedish retailer Inet.se started quite a ruckus back in 2018 when they shared a listing for the Metroid Prime Trilogy on Switch. At that time, they included a Feb. 2019 release date, which obviously didn't happen. When the retailer was reached for comment, they said they posted the info because they expected Metroid Prime Trilogy to be announced at that year's Game Awards.

Now we see that Inet.se is back at it again. The listing has been updated to remove mentions of the Game Awards from its "About" section, and now it shows a June 19th, 2020 release. While we would all love for that to be true, the retailer's shady past casts quite a bit of doubt.

Thanks to Sephiroth_FF and Dondom95for the heads up!

Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath "Meet Robocop" trailer

The long, metal arm of the law

Johnny's heard the legends of RoboCop since he was in diapers. On May 26th the epic saga continues with Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath! This new entry expands the critically acclaimed story campaign of Mortal Kombat 11 with an all-new cinematic narrative centered around trust and deceit. Joining the fight will be Mortal Kombat alumni, Fujin and Sheeva, and guest character, RoboCop, making his series debut.

GoNintendo Podcast Webisode 771

The one where we talk about Toucan Sam

Thanks to @KrazyKernal for the awesome artwork!

There's so much going on in this show, I don't even know what to say! I guess I'll mention that we have a super special announcement in this episode. I promise, it's really big news. I know I'm excited for it, and I hope you are too! Along with that, it's all the usual trimmings of the GN Podcast. This one really came together!

Download Episode 771!

Switch eShop file size round-up: Shantae and the Seven Stars, Minecraft Dungeons, and more

Make way for new games!

If you're a digital-first kind of Switch owner, you're always looking to make room for the next slate of games. That's why we're here to provide you file sizes! Plan ahead by checking out the next round of upcoming games and their sizes below.

Little Misfortune – 6.5GB
Edna & Harvey: The Breakout – Anniversary Edition – 3.5GB
Infliction: Extended Cut – 3.2GB
Minecraft Dungeons – 3.2GB
Potata: Fairy Flower – 2.2GB
Project Warlock – 2.2GB
Shantae and the Seven Sirens – 2.1GB
Let’s Sing 2020 – 2.2GB
The Takeover – 1.9GB
Indiecalypse – 1.4GB
Aery: Little Bird Adventure – 887MB
Genetic Disaster – 741MB
Climbros – 452MB
WildTrax Racing – 401MB
Awesome Pea 2 – 399MB
Depth of Extinction – 358MB
Despotism 3k – 282MB
Ailment – 129MB
F-117A Stealth Fighter – 129MB
Missile Command: Recharged – 95.0MB

Monolith Soft explains why they wanted to create Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition's Future Connected epilogue

For the future...

Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition is right around the corner, and it offers up something for newcomers and fans alike. Newcomers have a whole world to explore in the original game, and those who've played Xenoblade Chronicles already can enjoy the brand-new Future Connected epilogue.

In an interview with Famitsu Monolith Soft president and creator Tetsuya Takahashi explains why the team wanted to jump back in and make this content. Check out the translation courtesy of NintendoEverything below.

“With Future Connected, we’re able to draw in those who’ve already played Xenoblade Chronicles; moreover, there’s details there that connect to the future of Xenoblade. So we created it for two and a half reasons. Another rationale being we had an unused map from the main game, the Bionis’ shoulder, which was appropriate for the setting.”

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