Brian Shea — “January 7, 2022”
On this first 2022 episode of All Things Nintendo, we dive into the Wii U wasteland to see what we can possibly still salvage. With 2022 on the horizon, Brian invites former Game Informer editor and current MinnMax co-host and GameMill Entertainment marketer Kyle Hilliard on the show to chat about the biggest Wii U games that still haven’t made the jump to Switch.
The All Things Nintendo podcast is a weekly show where we can celebrate, discuss, and break down all the latest games, news, and announcements from the industry’s most recognizable name. Each week, Brian is joined by different guests to talk about what’s happening in the world of Nintendo. Along the way, they’ll share personal stories, uncover hidden gems in the eShop, and even look back on the classics we all grew up with. A new episode hits every Friday!
00:00:00 – Introduction
00:01:33 – First Nintendo Game/Favorite Nintendo Game
00:09:42 – Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity/Shin Megami Tensei V Sales
00:12:43 – Pokémon Brilliant Diamond & Shining Pearl Mystery Gift Event
00:13:40 – New Features and Content Coming to Cruis’n Blast?
00:16:17 – Switch N64 Controller
00:19:15 – Five Genesis Games Added to Switch Online Catalog
00:22:54 – Sonic Frontiers Original Release Plans
00:29:55 – When Will the First 2022 Nintendo Direct Be?
00:33:05 – The End of The Nintendo Minute
00:35:36 – Wii U Games That Wouldn’t Make Sense on Switch
00:46:04 – Wii U Games We Want on Switch in 2022
01:04:55 – Definitive Ranking: Old Nintendo Games We Want on Switch
01:13:13 – eShop Gem of the Week: Iconoclasts
01:14:44 – Replies: Game History, Persona, and Mario Kart: Double Dash
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