"Would you like to take a survey?" "Do you eat beans?" "Do you like movies starring George Wendt?"
No Game Boy? No Nintendo 3DS? No problem for this dedicated redditor.
This cabinet shell is small and cute, but it's got attitude! Like--like a tiger cub!
Kids love you. Kids look up to you. You can influence them positively--or wreck them emotionally.
More like Legend of Sanic: Ocarina of Fast.
Even digital dogs need a belly-rub from time to time.
Veteran mech-pilots get new content, and newcomers get a chance to see what the fuss is about.
An upcoming interview with Hajime Tabata shines a light on how the Final Fantasy XV producer overcame the game's many development problems--including how to make poor Prompto interesting.
Need a break from Zelda: Breath of the Wild? Invest in some fast-paced arcade action.
Feeling cold? Nothing a few bars of Bolero of Fire won't fix.
A post-apocalyptic setting need not be grim and grey. In fact, it shouldn't be.
Nadia cuts a slice of cake for Symphony of the Night and looks back at Jeremy Parish's Design in Action series of articles for the game.
A new video for Arms shows off the depth of each fighter, but its five-person roster is meagre. [EDIT: New characters ARE coming, but they're not featured in this video]
Everything looks to be in order, doc.
End Credits wraps up the week by pointing you to the coolest stuff we wrote across the past five days. This week: Disney Afternoon Collection is coming (but not to Switch), Zelda's oozing with cool stuff, and Mass Effect Andromeda looks ... ehh.
Need a cooking lesson? Try staring at a wall.
Racecars, lasers, and aeroplanes belong on the Switch as much as the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Don't call it settling. Hyrule is home to lots of people who deserve hugs and kisses.
Great news! Nintendo will probably survive even if one reviewer thinks Zelda: Breath of the Wild is just "all right."
DAY FIVE: Nadia concludes her Breath of the Wild travel journal by nailing down the specific reasons Nintendo's open world feels so wonderfully crafted.
We built this city across two years.
Choices! Destiny! Green hair!
Lots of new content is incoming, but players who want more story missions might wind up disappointed.
This April: Urchin Underpass will know no mercy.
DAY FOUR: They're good dogs, Link.
Video games will probably still be blamed for society's ills, but there's less and less data to go on.
Stand up and give your loudest 20-bark salute.
The team was excited to share new ideas with Iwata, only to realize they couldn't.
Horses are for chumps. It's all about boulders now.
DAY THREE: Zelda: Breath of the Wild isn't a horror game, but that doesn't mean it shies away from sights that make your skin crawl.