Nintendo Voice Chat

Hey, LISTEN! ... to Nintendo Voice Chat, IGN's Nintendo podcast. This week host Casey is joined by Tom,  Brian, and Brendan to discuss the Fire Emblem review (Brendan played for 155 hours. Woof.), our first play session with the mobile Pokemon Masters, and Joy-Con drift issues (that's that annoying thing where your Joy-Con analog sticks move your character when you don't want them to).

Here are some topic timecodes for your convenience:

  • 00:00:01 - Welcome / Housekeeping
  • 00:02:00 - Fire Emblem Three Houses review discussion and Q&A
  • 00:21:00 - Nintendo Now Fixing Joy-Con With Drift Issues
  • 00:34:00 - Pokemon Masters Hands-On Impressions
  • 00:43:00 - Some News! Oninaki, Tencent/The Pokemon Company collaboration
  • 00:47:00 - Out This Week
  • 00:54:00 - Whatcha’ Playin?Dragon Quest Builders 2
  • 01:01:00 - Question Block
Direct download: NVC_072519_MP3.mp3
Category:video games -- posted at: 5:26pm EST

Sam and Brendan join the Nintendo Voice Chat crew to discuss the improved Nintendo Switch, Tom's review for Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Splatoon 2's last splat-fest, Luigi Mansion 3's spooky release date, and much, much more. Expect many tangents about Sam's recent trip to the Kyoto, Japan Nintendo offices and more! 

Direct download: NVC466audio.mp3
Category:video games -- posted at: 6:00pm EST

Weeelcooomme to NVC! On this episode of Nintendo Voice Chat, Brian eats a Pokemon, and we dish out every detail we know about the Nintendo Switch Lite, along with what we think about it. Stick around for a discussion on games out this week, including Dr. Mario World, Sol Seraph, Dead in Vinland, and much more. Skip to 13:45 to skip the Pokemon talk, but we promise you won't regret listening to the first few minutes. Or maybe you will, for entirely different reasons. 

Direct download: NVC465.output.mp3
Category:video games -- posted at: 6:00pm EST

Half the year is gone, so the NVC cast chats about their favorite games so far, and what games yet to be released could possibly dethrone them. The Pokemon Company responded to the National Dex worries, but is it too little too late? We also go over Splatoon 2’s last Splatfest, how we appreciate Daemon X Machina’s transparent demo feedback trailer, and much more.

Direct download: NVC464.output.mp3
Category:video games -- posted at: 5:47pm EST