The Treehouse now has their own Tumblr page, called the “Treehouse Log” (Get it?).
Last week as part of the announcement of the full lineup of eShop titles in Japan, a game called Soratobu Bunbun Baan was announced. Now we have more details as well as confirmation of a worldwide release on Friday, the official western title was confirmed on Famitsu as “Vroom in the Night Sky”. It’s being made by Kersploosh! developer Poisoft, it’s about “magical girls racing with bikes instead of brooms.” Their objective being to “gather star shards.”
It will also utilize the Switch’s HD rumble to simulate engine vibration, wind pressure, and impact.
The first review and score for Breath of the Wild is now out, in EDGE #304.
They gave the game…wait for it…
a perfect 10!
Perfect scores for The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild may result in extremely high levels of saltiness from crybabies that can’t accept Nintendo still makes and has always made amazing games.
I’ll give a short summery without any spoilery details
- They say you’ll roam around get distracted by dozens of things to do, that it’s “an absolute, and unremitting pleasure to get lost in.”
- They say the game is very dense.
- They said the frame rate is a little uneven on the Wii U version, but only dropping a lot during things like heavy weather effects.
- “19 years on Ocarina is held up as the high water mark of gamings best loved and greatest series. Now it may have to settle for second place.”
It’s less than a week away (unless you’re one of those punk Youtube kids who got the game early, HMK! *shakes fist*), and I’m going crazy waiting for it.
Nintendo confirmed today that Snipperclips is a launch title in North America, Europe and Japan.
They announced a demo that will be available at launch on the eShop as well.
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 24, 2017
It will cost $19.99 in the US, €19.99 in Europe and £17.99 in the UK.
There is also a bundle in Europe with Neon Joy-Cons, that will come with a download code. There was some confusion about whether that will be available at launch or on March 10th but it’s been cleared up. The bundle will be available on the 10th.
Here’s a video from Nintendo UK with Eiji Aonuma, it’s a pretty fun video.
Included with the Switch media kits are letters from Reggie, Nintendo of Europe President Satoru Shibata, and Breath of the Wild director Hidemaro Fujibayashi.
From Zelda director Hidemaro Fujibayashi:
I especially like how he says not to spoil the game for people, as he wants them to experience the game for themselves.