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Nintendo Dads Podcast #225: Farts and Garlic

April 12, 2019 / 12:57 AM

By: Jesse Waldack

On this week’s episode of the Nintendo Dads Podcast:

News
• Nintendo reveals that there will be a time when new NES games are not added to Nintendo Switch Online every month
Wolfenstein: Youngblood‘s physical release will contain an eShop code-in-a-box
• Nintendo Switch Online mobile app gets an update and is still useless
• New NES games for Nintendo Switch Online were released
Mortal Kombat 11 will come on a cart with 6.5 GB of data.  After day-1 patch will increase to 22.5 GB of data
Super Mario Odyssey‘s VR Update will include a Theater Mode to view the cut scenes in 3D.
Enter the Gungeon gets a physical release on June 25th
• Disney+ will launch in November.  Disney says they are in talks with Nintendo to get the Disney+ App onto the Nintendo Switch

Rumors
• Nintendo leaks in their own new commercial that Super Smash Bros. Ultimate may be getting a Stage Builder mode

Events
Tetris 99: 2nd Maximus Cup announced
Pokémon GO updates

Games we’ve been playing
Minefield
Yoshi’s Crafted World
Dragon Marked for Death
Blaster Master Zero 2

• Community Spotlight

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About the author /


Having played Intellivision and Atari games since he was six, Jesse has not only grown up with video games, but has seen just about everything. A husband and father of three teenagers, he still tries to squeeze in a game or three when he is able.

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