The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's "Apparatus Storage Glitch" is the new holy grail of game bugs

Bend Hyrule to your will

You think all the major glitches in Zelda: Breath of the Wild have already been discovered? Think again, my friends! A new glitch is making the rounds, and it's been dubbed the 'Apparatus Storage Glitch.' This glitch can lead to an insane amount of effects in the game. You'll be able to nullify temperature effects, max out hearts/stamina, ignore weather issues, skip portions of the game, and much more. Check out the footage above to see the glitch in action!

Thanks to CM30 for the heads up!

Breaking down the many glitches of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

It's a feature!

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the most amazing games Nintendo has ever made. Hell, it's one of the most amazing games in general! That said, the game certainly isn't perfect. There are quite a number of glitches and exploits in the game, and some fans would argue that those issues make the experience even more fun.

In the video series above, we get to see a detailed breakdown of the various bugs in Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Some of these glitches look so interesting that they'll probably make you fire up the game and try things out for yourself!

Thanks to CM30 for the heads up!

This week's North American downloads - March 21 (Final Fantasy VII, Blaster Master Zero 2 and more)

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
FINAL FANTASY VII – The Shinra Electric Power Company, a sinister corporation, has monopolized the planet’s life force. In the urban megalopolis of Midgar, an anti-Shinra rebel group has stepped up its campaign of resistance. Cloud Strife, a former member of Shinra’s elite unit now turned mercenary, lends his aid to the rebels, unaware that he will be drawn into an epic battle for the fate of the planet. The FINAL FANTASY VII game is available on March 26.

Unravel Two – When you cut ties to the past, new bonds form. In Unravel Two, create a Yarny of your very own. Then build relationships with other Yarnys in local co-op* or as a single player, fostering friendship and support as you journey together. The Unravel Two game is available March 22.

Blaster Master Zero 2 – The side-scrolling/top-down hybrid action adventure gameplay returns with a new sequel to Blaster Master Zero. Experience the yet-untold story of Jason and Eve after defeating Earth’s mutant scourge as they venture into the depths of space in their new battle tank, GAIA-SOPHIA.

Nuclear Throne – Nuclear Throne is Vlambeer’s latest action roguelike-like about mutants that spend their workdays trying to fight for the throne in a post-apocalyptic world. The radioactive waste in the world allows the player to get ahead by mutating new limbs on the fly. The abundant availability of powerful weaponry makes the quest to become the ruler of the Wasteland one fraught with peril.

Nintendo eShop sales:

Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Great deals this week! Check out the full list of deals available this week at http://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals.


Nintendo Splatoon 2 Ink-credible 20 Percent Discount – Take your ink-splatting skills to the next level with an ink-credible offer! Starting March 19 at 07:00 a.m. PT until March 28 at 08:59 a.m. PT, you can save 20 percent on the digital version of the Splatoon 2 game for the Nintendo Switch system when you purchase through Nintendo.com or Nintendo eShop on your device. To battle it out or cooperate with other players online**, you can purchase a Nintendo Switch Online membership separately or Splatoon 2 + Nintendo Switch Online Individual Membership (12 Months).

Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch:

Air Conflicts: Pacific Carriers – Available March 26
Air Conflicts: Secret Wars – Available March 26
Alien Cruise
Apocryph: an old school shooter
Assault on Metaltron
Azure Saga: Pathfinder DELUXE Edition
Bargain Hunter
Block-a-Pix Deluxe – Full and Demo Versions
Croc’s World – Demo Version – Available March 22
Doodle God : Evolution – Demo Version – Available March 22
GALAK-Z: The Void: Deluxe Edition – Available March 26
Gems of War – Available March 26
Grand Prix Story – Full and Demo Versions
Inventioneers – Available March 25
Nelke & the Legendary Alchemists ~Ateliers of the New World~ – Available March 26
Neon Caves – Available March 27
OMG Zombies! – Available March 26
Peasant Knight – Available March 22
Reptilian Rebellion
Rogue Bit
Super Phantom Cat: Remake – Available March 27
Sushi Time! – Available March 22
The Princess Guide – Available March 26
Windscape – Available March 27
Witch & Hero
Xenon Racer – Available March 26

Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS:

Horror Stories

Also new this week in Nintendo eShop on Wii U:

PixelMaker Studio

* Additional accessories required for multiplayer mode; sold separately.
** Nintendo Switch Online membership (sold separately unless otherwise noted) and Nintendo Account required for online play. Not available in all countries. Internet access required for online features. Terms apply. nintendo.com/switch-online

Minecraft: Wii U Edition - Patch 43 now available

Not much of an update

Minecraft on Switch got a massive update today, bringing all sorts of new content and features, as well as a ton of bug fixes and tweaks. Turns out the Wii U version of Minecraft got an update today as well! Wondering what the update does? Here's the patch notes, in full.

- Updated Splash Text

BadLand Publishing releases a statement on the Axiom Verge situation

The other side of the story

Last week, all hell broke lose pertaining to the Axiom Verge's long-delayed retail launch on Wii U. The picture that was painted was not a pretty one for BadLand Games/Publishing, the company responsible for getting the game out there. Things only got worse when news quickly followed that Thomas Happ, developer of Axiom Verge, never received donations that BadLand had promised to send his way.

Today we get an official statement from BadLand Publishing on the matter. You can read their entire response below, and make of it what you will.

Madrid, March 19th, 2019: As a result of the latest unchecked, non-contrasted news published and related to the sale of the Axiom Verge videogame, BadLand Publishing has been immersed in a succession of news stories that, without being related to the company, are damaging its image. It is for this reason that Luis Quintans and, by allusions, BadLand Publishing want to clarify that:

Neither Badland Games nor Luis Quintans have NEVER made any kind of profit from the sale of the game Axiom Verge.

Due to the commercial situation of the company Badland Games, motivated by the impossibility of financing due to the restrictive attitude of the financial market, last October 2018, goes into bankruptcy due to lack of liquidity.

As there were not enough assets to meet the claims against the bankrupt estate, the company's registration sheet was concluded, extinguished and closed. This entailed the absorption by the creditors of any possible profit or income derived from the sales or products belonging to or generated by Badland Games.

Both Badland Games and Luis Quintans have recognized at all times the existing debt with Limited Run Games and Tom Happ Games. They have repeatedly contacted them, attempting to resolve the debt, taking the initiative to reach out-of-court payment agreements to which either no response has ever been received or which were never accepted. The only answer is the filing of a lawsuit in the United States in which no execution took place in Spain.

It is suspected that all this is part of a defamation campaign that seeks to promote third parties to the detriment of our interests, something that is evident if we take into account the suspicious closeness with the launch of the title.

Badland Publishing also has a different administrator and shareholder structure from Badland Games. Luis Quintans is just another employee at Badland Publishing.

Finally, we would like to thank the patience shown by all media who have maintained a neutral and purely informative position on the matter.

Pokken Tournament arcade version losing online service later this month

Goodnight, sweet prince

The Arcade version of Pokken Tournament is about to have its online service shut down. Bandai Namco has announced that the service will be terminated on March 25th, 2019. This means the game will no longer support National Versus mode, the First-Time Tutorial Service, and the Banapassport card will also no longer be usable on the machines. The Pokkén Tournament portal website will also shut down on March 25th, 2019.

Fan creates Legend of Zelda: Breath of The Wild-Inspired Lanterns

Absolutely divine

The only way to defeat Calamity Ganon is to take back control of the Divine Beasts! Freeing the Champions and taking out Ganon's corruption Blights. With the true power of the Hero and the help of the Shiekah and their wondrous technology; Vah Ruta, Vah Rudania, Vah Medoh and Vah Naboris are here to help in the final battle.

These fan-made lanterns are absolutely gorgeous, and would be right at home on the desk or end table of any Legend of Zelda fan. You can grab one for yourself right here!

GoNintendo Video - The worst part of Axiom Verge's publishing fiasco is disgusting

This is downright horrible

Yesterday brought us an overload of information on Axiom Verge's retail release for Wii U. We learned why the game has been held up so long, as well as the plans to move forward and release the game. There was also another tidbit in there that I want to make sure people caught wind of, as I feel it's the most important aspect of the whole situation. It's not a pleasant topic to discuss, but one that deserves to be heard.

As the discussion in the video below is of a serious matter, I disabled monetization as soon as the video went live. Whether you share my video or not doesn't matter. What's important is that the story itself is shared, no matter how you choose to do that. Share my video, share a post in your own words, retweet someone else's coverage. As long as the word is spreading, that's what matters.

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My Nintendo Europe - content update for March 15th, 2019

Not too big of an update for My Nintendo in Europe today, but there are still some deals you might want to check out on. Have a look at the latest offers below.

- [New 3DS] 30% off Xenoblade Chronicles 3D: 130 Gold Points
- [Wii U / New 3DS] 50% off Super Metroid (Virtual Console SNES): 40 Gold Points
- [3DS] 50% off Mole Mania (Virtual Console GB): 15 Gold Points
- [3DS] 20% off Hydroventure: Spin Cycle: 65 Platinum Points
- [3DS] 50% off Cooking Mama: Bon Appétit!: 150 Gold Points

Just Dance Unlimited - 'Lush Life by Zara' Larsson trailer

I do love a good bath bomb

Wherever life takes you, Just Dance 2019 beats to the rhythm of your life moments! Whether there’s something to celebrate or for no reason at all, Just Dance is there for every occasion! Lush Life by Zara Larsson is now on Just Dance Unlimited!