Posts by Phil Myth
Doug Bowser: Nintendo have learned a lot from NES Mini demand
By Phil Myth on June 22nd, 2017 0
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The hottest item this past Christmas for gamers was undoubtedly the NES Classic Mini, yet very few people actually managed to get their hands on one. Nintendo massively...
Plan your Breath of the Wild dye job with this cool site
By Phil Myth on June 21st, 2017 1
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For those that make the most of Kochi Dye Shop in Hateno Village, it's essential to properly assess just how your chosen outfit is going to look at the end of your dye job. It...
Ooh la la! Switch sells a quarter of a million units in France alone
By Phil Myth on June 21st, 2017 2
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The Nintendo Switch's impressive launch continues apace. It was the only console to experience a boost in sales in Japan following E3, it has been Nintendo's most successful...
Breath of the Wild glitch means Link can permanently lose a piece of key clothing
By Phil Myth on June 13th, 2017 6
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Despite its huge size and complicated physics engine, Breath of the Wild is impressively low on glitches, at least in comparison to some of it's other open-world brethren....
Speedrun fail: When Breath of the Wild fights back
By Phil Myth on June 13th, 2017 3
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Since Breath of the Wild finally dropped back in March, fans have been eager to set some pretty impressive speedrun times, utilising the open air nature of the game, and the...
Go shield surfing with your own Traveller’s Shield backpack
By Phil Myth on June 8th, 2017 0
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The good folks over at ThinkGeek have added some sweet new officially licensed Breath of the Wild merch to their inventory, the first of which is a backpack styled after the...
Wolk Link amiibo scheduled for restocking in North America
By Phil Myth on June 3rd, 2017 1
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Among the more interesting amiibo functionalities of Breath of the Wild is that of the Wolf Link amiibo, which bestows the game's protagonist with a four-legged friend to hunt...
Limited edition Legend of Zelda art cels reduced in price at Nintendo NY store
By Phil Myth on May 30th, 2017 0
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If you're looking for some gorgeous Zelda artwork to adorn the walls of your nerd cave, the Nintendo World Store in New York has you covered. The artwork, previously launched...
Breath of the Wild player takes a Bokoblin on a long journey
By Phil Myth on May 30th, 2017 0
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As a general rule, enemies in Breath of the Wild employ a zonal defence strategy. They have their territory and they'll defend it if you wander into it, and they'll chase you a...
Aonuma: Breath of the Wild staff were left “speechless” by fans’ physics exploits
By Phil Myth on May 17th, 2017 4
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During my playthrough of Breath of the Wild there have been several Shrine puzzles -- not to mention a Divine Beast or two -- that I've worked my way through using what I felt...
A Legend of Zelda smartphone game is reportedly in development
By Phil Myth on May 15th, 2017 3
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The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) is reporting that Nintendo is developing a Legend of Zelda game for smartphones. Having taken the plunge into mobile gaming in the past year...
Check out this out-of-this-world Switch paint job!
By Phil Myth on May 9th, 2017 2
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Nintendo usually provides us with a wide array of finishes to their consoles over time-- there's probably more 3DS variations than there are Korok Seeds by now -- but as we're...
Breath of the Wild wins Best International Game at German awards bash
By Phil Myth on May 2nd, 2017 0
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Deutscher Computerspielpreis is a German awards ceremony designed to shine a light on the German games industry -- but there's also a little love shown to the international...
The Onion unveils Nintendo’s new Durapro Controller
By Phil Myth on April 29th, 2017 0
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Satirical site The Onion has released a video detailing a new controller for Switch that is designed to take a beating. The "Durapro Controller" purportedly has a titanium...
This gorgeous custom Zelda chess set is now available
By Phil Myth on April 28th, 2017 1
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All that sword swinging and arrow firing is so barbaric. Frankly, Link and Ganon should settle their differences in a far more civilized manner. There are too many languages in...