Following the surprise launch of a new site design (now with 127% more purple than before), Caspius, Imitanis, and SiliconNooB review the forthcoming July releases, comment on the surprise return of a 3DS game to the UK sales charts, and shovel The Plop.
After Caspius reviews Final Fantasy VII Remake, Imitanis and SiliconNooB discuss the future of the series, including the likely outcome for both the battle system and overworld in Final Fantasy VII Remake-2 and Sephiroth Returns: Final Fantasy VII Remake.
As England and Australia contest the fourth Ashes Test, Nintendo releases a new Direct announcement with both broad support for classic ports and the long-predicted addition of a Super Nintendo Switch Online service, leading to Mr. Nintendo’s depression.
The Luminous Engine still lives, and Nintendo has had a big Direct in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB delve into the latest news from the Nintendo Direct, including surprising new game announcements and release windows, and they share heartening details about the forthcoming Nintendo Switch release of Dragon Quest XI S.
This week’s Nintendo Direct had something for everyone, with announcements for Dragon Quest XI goodies, the surprise release of Tetris 99 and Final Fantasy IX, and the announcements of Super Mario Maker 2, Link’s Awakening, Oninaki, and Astral Chain!
There have been a ton of video game announcements in the news of the week!
Lusipurr is unwell, so SiliconNooB takes over the duty of discussion protagonist, issuing forth sundry beer-infused opinions on the news of the week, but especially the Nintendo Direct–and, The Day Tonight’s prognostications are proved once again!
Nintendo dropped a Direct, Shenmue III is a waste of everybody’s time and money, and Anthem’s lead writer has quit Bioware in the news of the week!
Nintendo has a plan for those unsold Wii U boxes, David Cage has been #METOO’d over highly trivial claims, and Fable 4 is in production in the news of the week!
Lusipurr and SiliconNooB record late into the night on the information overload resulting from the resumption of Nintendo Direct, whilst the XBox One goes backwards compatible, and Cricket comes to America in a trio of truly legendary All-Star matches.
Adeki decides to look back on key Nintendo Directs in observation of the first Nintendo Direct to be released since Satoru Iwata’s tragic passing, which will be released in just a couple hours after this editorial’s publication.