Hey everyone! Welcome to NintendoSoup’s third giveaway.
A lot of times, especially in recent years, the most interesting of games come from the most unlikely of sources. The usually hidden indie community has lit up in recent years, becoming the source of vibrant new games, sometimes even matching the big shots of gaming.
JESNET, one of the largest distributors of Nintendo products in Japan, became a subsidiary of Nintendo in 2016 after the company acquired 70% of its shares.
Qbics Paint is not a game that you see every day on the Nintendo Switch. Neither is it a very conventional game in any sense. But how does Abylight Studio’s unique new game stack up on Nintendo’s latest hardware? Let’s find out.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work at the Pokemon Center in Japan?
UPDATE: The giveaway has ended. Thanks for joining in, everyone!
The Pokemon Center sells a huge variety of official high quality merchandise – from plushies to T-shirts, and power banks to key-chains. There’s just too much to consider when choosing to buy something from the Pokemon Center.
Check out Sgt. Nitro as he takes you through some basic guerrilla warfare lessons! So sit up straight and listen. Gentlemen, you’re in for a treat today!
For years, late Nintendo President Satoru Iwata has been the public face of Nintendo Direct, a live broadcast program which delivers Nintendo news “directly” to gamers. It has been running up till today but more prominently presented by other faces in the company, such as Yoshiaki Koizumi, Shinya Takahashi, and Reggie Fils-Aime.
“On my business card, I am a corporate president. In my mind, I am a game developer. But in my heart, I am a gamer.”