|Random: Turns Out Super Mario Odyssey's Dog Started Its Career As A Nintendogs Star|
Added: 19.06.2019 16:30 | 1 views | 0 comments
Here's a fun fact for you.
Remember the wonderful little good boy in ? The one that ran around and played with you at the beach? Of course you do.
Well, as it turns out, this very dog was actually already a famous Nintendo star, likely explaining its talent and confidence on screen when playing fetch with Cappy and digging up treasure. The dog is a Shiba Inu and the model used in Super Mario Odyssey actually appears to have originated from Nintendo 3DS title, .
|Indie Developer Shares "Bad News" About Publishing On Switch, After Pitching His Game To Nintendo|
Added: 13.06.2019 2:30 | 3 views | 0 comments
"Very disappointing and frustrating".
Do you know an individual who happens to be working on a small-scale video game and aspires to one day publish it on the Nintendo Switch eShop? Well, the above video might be of interest. It has been uploaded by an up-and-coming named Adam Ashbaker and talks about what is supposedly "bad news" linked to Nintendo.
So, what's going on? Ashbaker explains how his plans to publish his game SpikeBlade went pear-shaped when he encountered an issue with the iOS version of the game. He made the decision to scrap development for this platform and focus on the definitive Switch release. Unfortunately, the situation didn't get any better when he received an email from Nintendo at the start of June, after trying to pitch and submit his game for the hybrid platform to Kirk Scott (self-described as the Nindie guy), or more formally known as Nintendo's manager of publisher and developer relations. Here it is:
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