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Weeeeelcooome to Nintendo Voice Chat, Episode 387 — our last news and impressions-focused NVC of the year. Don’t worry, we’ll return next week, but with a “Year in Review” focused special episode instead of our regular programming.
This week, Casey DeFreitas joins the panel as we talk about the latest game releases on Nintendo Switch (and some on 3DS), the awards Nintendo secured in our own annual “Best of Awards”, sales data from Japan, and Splatoon 2 and Arms updates, before answering many of your most burning questions.
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Discussion topics and times:
00:00 Weeeeeelcooome! (Filip’s out this week — Casey joins.)
01:56 Our Game of the Year choices at IGN, including genre awards. Which ones did Nintendo take this year?
08:30 Mario Odyssey passed a million units sold in Japan. Plus other fun sales stats.
12:07 Splatoon 2, Arms, and Stardew Valley game updates
14:25 Ubisoft’s Soliani’s Wind Waker GBA fan pitch Demake
18:18 Floor Kids for Nintendo Switch
20:35 More game impressions of recent releases, including Gorogoa, Enter the Gungeon, Brawlout, The End is Nigh, and Poly Bridge
35:10 Three great new Switch games this week: Blossom Tales, Tiny Metal, and Steamworld Heist (footage from the 3DS version)
43:30 Question Block. We answer your most pressing questions, including 2018 predictions, non-Nintendo franchises we’d like Nintendo to tackle, the best sandwiches, Mario Odyssey DLC, and more!
Bonus VLOG: Miranda shares what it’s like to work on the wikis team at IGN and write strategy guides for a living
What do you think?
What’s your favorite or most anticipated Switch game this December? Yes, Xenoblade 2 is the easy answer. You play anything else cool worth paying attention to? Did any smaller game surprise you?
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