Gamemaster Classified: An Insider’s Guide to Nintendo’s Coming of Age
Howard “Gamemaster” Phillips worked for Nintendo of America from 1981 to 1991, becoming a spokesperson and known for his extensive knowledge of NES games. Now, he is using Kickstarter to publish a new book. The book is called Gamemaster Classified: An Insider’s Guide to Nintendo’s Coming of Age, and it promises to reveal insights gleaned from his time at Nintendo. The Kickstarter campaign will end on March 11, so don’t miss the chance to support this great book!
Nate the Hate
Known for his accurate predictions on Nintendo’s future releases, Nate the Hate is a veteran video game insider. He hosts a podcast with partner MVG, and many of his predictions turn out to be correct. According to the website, the Switch Pro is on its way to release in the first half of next year.
Super Mario Galaxy 2
Super Mario Galaxy 2 is one of Nintendo’s most highly anticipated games of all time, and its release on the Wii console was met with high praise from critics. In addition to its stellar gameplay, it also featured several technological advances and unique power-ups. It also won numerous awards and has sold over seven million copies worldwide.
Its predecessor, Super Mario Galaxy, was an amazing visual treat that shook up the Mario series. Its predecessor introduced new characters and challenges, and Super Mario Galaxy 2 continued the trend. It was also a technical challenge. As a result, the game is an insider’s guide to Nintendo’s future success.
Nintendo partnered with Blue Falcon Games East to develop the game, and its release was scheduled for 7th May. Although the game is a sequel, it was initially intended to be a reworked version of Super Mario Galaxy. In fact, it would have included some of the scrapped ideas from the original game. However, the development team expanded on the idea, and it was later released as a full-fledged sequel.
Pokemon Let’s Go!
Known for his extensive knowledge of NES games, Howard “Gamemaster” Phillips worked for Nintendo of America from 1981 to 1991. Now, he is bringing that knowledge to the gaming world with a new book, The Insider’s Guide to Nintendo’s Coming of Age. The book isn’t to be confused with the TV show Gamemaster, but promises to give fans a new perspective on the era. The Kickstarter campaign for the book is running until March 11, so there is still time to help fund the project.
Those interested in the NES and SNES can expect to find a number of games on the Nintendo Switch online service. While the company isn’t announcing specific titles, it has said that a variety of games from both systems will be available. The NES library was added last year, and the SNES library will be added in the future.