Colin shares his thoughts on some of the big news he missed after last week's Nintendo Direct, then it's straight in to how great Image & Form's SteamWorld Dig 2 is on Switch!
Metroid Hunter himself, Ryan Black from Nintendo Nostalgia joins Mark to talk about the recent Nintendo Direct and Metroid: Samus Returns on Nintendo 3DS!
Nindies are causing some frustration in Camp Colin, but Mark's more interested in whether or not a Nindie Developer just leaked Nintendo's plans for an Achievement system. There's also a rumour about Bethesda bringing another, unannounced game to Switch this year! What do you hope it is? Let us know in the Whistle Gaming Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter & Instagram @the_warpwhistle
Colin has questions about Mark's new alter-ego, The CaNERDian Gamer, before diving in to how great Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is and how awesome the upcoming Nintendo Nindies look!
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Chicken Wiggle, the latest 3DS outing from Jools Watsham’s Atooi Games, is a testament that everyone’s favourite clamshell (or wedged) portable still has some life to live, and that quality games aren’t all moving over to Nintendo Switch. If you’ve played one of Jools games before, like the Metroid-esque Xeodrifter, Mutant Mudds, or its semi-sequel Mutant Mudds Super Challenge (two of my all time favourite 3DS games) you know that he and his small team have perfected playful yet precise pixel art platforming that feels practically perfect for Nintendo’s portables. Like Mutant Mudds, the game puts emphasis on super tight controls and fun challenging gameplay that is easy to pick up, but doesn’t hold back from kicking your ass if you don’t “git gud”. It’s not quite as heart-rate increasingly hard as Mutant Mudds Super Challenge, but as you progress through the almost 50 included stages, you find yourself getting lulled in to a false sense of “I got this” only to have the masterful level design slap you in the teeth and prove that you still have much to learn, young grasshopper... er... worm....Read More
Graphic designer and Splatoon powerhouse Jango Snow joins us this week to talk about his work, classic games, Nintendo characters and Splatoon! Click here to find Jason's work online!
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This week we cover a mysterious new AAA Switch port, Splatfests, Switch accessories and more!
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Nintendo Switch is selling like crazy and so are games on the system! From Splatoon 2 to Street Fighter, anything that hits Nintendo's little hybrid that could seems to be flying off the shelves!
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Splatoon 2 is finally out and Mark is loving it, but the hot button topic of the week seems to be Nintendo's Online companion app and voice chat system. Is it as bad as everyone says? Listen and find out!
We also review some Switch Dock covers from ArtsyChao on Etsy! Visit her shop at www.etsy.com/shop/ArtsyChao and be sure to check our YouTube page for a full video review!
Mark is joined by a special guest this week as he and Cole talk about the local Smash competitive scene, Nintendo's recent willingness to bring professional competition in to their games with Splatoon 2 and Arms, Nintendo Vs. on Twitter and more!
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Way back on Level 69 of The Warp Whistle Podcast, we came up with a wish list of games they were hoping to see on the SNES Classic, if Nintendo chose to unleash such a beast. That dream finally came true two weeks ago, so now we're looking back to see what we got right, and how we'd change the SNES Classic lineup that Nintendo will be releasing this fall!
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On episode 2 of Warp Whistle Gaming's Greatest Games Ever, Mark is joined by his wife Lauren to talk about her favourite game ever, and arguably one of the greatest games ever made, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time!
Mark kicks things off with an Arms review, then the boys jump in to some things they WISH they saw at E3 but didn't, and flesh out some ideas for what they hope to see from Pokemon Switch.
Our E3 reactions continue as we discuss the best of the rest of the E3 presentations. Which presentation did we like the best? Did we actually agree for once? Of course not, so listen to find out who liked what!
We asked our Facebook Group if they had any last minute Nintendo E3 predictions and they delivered! Thanks to everyone for your predictions!
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Mark does a 180 on Arms, Colin get distracted by Pikachu's electric butt, both of them love Magikarp Jump and share what they'd like to see with Nintendo's inevitable Zelda mobile game, and finish off with Nintendo's recently announced Online details!