The PowerSwitch – How to Improve the Nintendo World Championships – Episode 39

Five ways to improve the Nintendo World Championships, AAA console games start to show the worst of lootboxes and microtransactions, PlayStation VR gets a model update, playing Metroid: Samus Returns, the month in game releases for October 2017, and more!

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The PowerSwitch – Grading the Nintendo Direct for Fall 2017

Switch and 3DS games for Fall 2017 are highlighted in a new Nintendo Direct, Bethesda shows a strong commitment to Nintendo, Super Mario Odyssey has another strong showing, Project Octopath Traveler returns from the reveal event, and more!

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The PowerSwitch – Telltale’s Plans for 2018 – Episode 32

Telltale Games announces new projects for 2018, Evo 2017 results, Kingdom Hearts III highlights the D23 Expo’s games panel, Pokémon GO introduces legendary creatures, Nintendo’s online smartphone app fails to impress, and more!

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The PowerSwitch – E3 2017 Predictions – Episode 28

Looking to the future with E3 2017 predictions, what the name of Project Scorpio will end up being, if we will see any more of The Last of Us: Part II, whether or not Nintendo’s Virtual Console plans for Switch are already in trouble, and more!

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The PowerSwitch – One Month Until E3 2017 – Episode 25

The podcast’s E3 2017 Yes/No contest kicks off as we are one month away from gaming’s big show, memories of past E3s, making the most of watching E3 from home, Nintendo’s upcoming Spotlight strategy, how The Pokémon Company handles where to publish the series’ next installment, and more!

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The PowerSwitch – So Long, NES Classic – Episode 22

Nintendo Switch sales are off to a record start, production ceases on the NES Classic Edition, a new Nintendo Direct highlights ARMS and Splatoon 2, the ongoing adjustments to how Nintendo presents its information, how to fix the lopsided polls in Fire Emblem Heroes, Microsoft trying digital refunds on Xbox One, Star Wars Battlefront II shows its first trailer, Dragon Quest XI confirms an extra-special release edition for Japan, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy gets a release date, and Bayonetta finally arrives on PC

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The PowerSwitch – Dissecting the Xbox Scorpio Specs – Episode 20

Microsoft partners with Eurogamer and Digital Foundry for an unprecedented reveal of the Xbox Scorpio specs, early thoughts on Persona 5, Atlus’ limitations on streaming games because of spoilers, comparing Xbox and PlayStations upcoming exclusive games, the changing dynamics of the mid-cycle console upgrade trend, the games that are needed to sustain Nintendo Switch’s momentum, and Peter’s personal history with the Persona franchise

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The PowerSwitch – The Hysteria of a Zelda Season Pass – Episode 11

A season pass has been announced for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild before its release, the outrage over Nintendo’s future DLC plans, Super Smash Bros. competitive drama over the Smash Summit invitational tournament, Steam Greenlight will be phased out in the spring, PS4 Pro will enhance game performance with Boost Mode, Microsoft’s E3 conference will be on a Sunday this year, Pokémon GO shifts to Johto, the “famous” animated gaming TV show will be based on Castlevania, Maker Studios parts ways with Pewdiepie, and Konami reports surprising profits

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The PowerSwitch – Evo 2017 Games and The Avengers Project – Episode 7

The game selection for Evo 2017, Square-Enix and Marvel partner for The Avengers Project, the cost of games in Trump’s America, what the latest Marvel news means for Kingdom Hearts III, preparing for a Pokémon game tournament, and the recap of reviews for the week of January 24th, 2017

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The PowerSwitch – Before the Nintendo Switch Event – Episode 2

Where gaming enthusiasts stand before the upcoming Nintendo Switch event, potential changes in primarily handheld or console-based Nintendo franchises, why Switch being underpowered does not matter, a Virtual Console renaissance and using past save files, the Switch’s launch and first-year game lineup, and Peter’s top five games of 2016

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