Dancing panda is here to present the Fire Emblem Warriors Limited Edition unboxing. She was a huge fan of Hyrule Warriors, so is super stoked to murder millions more with the cast from Nintendo’s hit strategy RPG. Shows us the innards of this cardboard box, Dancing Panda! Continue reading
Splatoon 2 is keeping things fresh on the Nintendo Switch, perhaps the first big genuine exclusive on the system (sorry, Arms). Inking has never felt so good, and with the release of the game Nintendo has deemed it fit to freshen up their accessories with the colours of cartoon squids to keep players playing with style. The case, joy-cons and pro controller have been inked up, providing more choice and a chance to allow player 2 to go pro without having to settle for two standard greys.
Fire Emblem has come a long way in recent years, from a near permanent franchise death to receiving multiple games a year and fancy special editions such as this one. The flames certainly burn brighter than ever. Continue reading
When it comes to new console launches, there is a certain appeal to going completely bonkers with the whole ordeal. Grab those unnecessary accessories, pick up that £50 party game you’ll play once, rinse the day one download store, and of course get the most luxurious special edition that exists. The aftermath is a miserable, confusing, poor experience, but on the run up? Well, it all feels so right when those gigantic boxes end up over the fence thanks to Yodel.
And so we have The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Limited Edition. A box bigger than the console the game is actually for. Here are some pics. Continue reading