Switch Topics: A Look at the Launch

SwitchKaiser Dylan Hillis joins us to look back at the months of buildup, rumors, news, teasers and revelations that led to where we are today as we analyze and review the entire Nintendo Switch launch.

We review the Nintendo Switch rumors that were true as well as the dirty lies and how they affected things, what Nintendo did right, what didn’t go as expected, and what you listeners have to say about the whole shabang.


Switch Topics – Lingering Questions

With the Nintendo Switch mere weeks away, we still have a ton of questions and a few uncertainties still lingering around the system. But with the help of special guest DoorToDoorGeek, a SwitchKnight and host of the Podnutz Network, we’re going to delve into our biggest questions and try to see if we can divine any answers.

And of course, we take on questions from our listeners as well!

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SwitchCast #007: Reggie Feas-ible

It’s JV’s turn to get his grubby paws on the Nintendo Switch, and he shares a bit more of an in-depth analysis of Arms and No More Heroes. We also have a load of news to catch up on, particularly regarding the Switch online service, of which we may finally know the price!

In the Community Pulse, we answer your questions regarding the backwards compatibility, what our launch day plans are, and much more.

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There Are No “Hidden Costs” to the Nintendo Switch

Having been a writer and podcaster for over a decade, I can say with certainty that I am open to criticism. That doesn’t just apply to criticism of my own work, but of things I personally appreciate and support. If you come at me with a list of well-reasoned arguments why “Hello From the Magic Tavern” is NOT the best comedy podcast on iTunes, I will quell my rage, hear you out and engage in an exchange of well-reasoned arguments.

But what I have little to no patience for are misleading statements, flimsy reasoning and logical fallacies. While these are all ubiquitous on the internet, sometimes I find them in such concentration that I just can’t idly watch the misinformation spread. And right now, a great abundance of this misinformation is being spread about the Nintendo Switch. So much so, that I feel compelled to write a series of articles rebutting as much of it as I can – starting right here. Continue reading “There Are No “Hidden Costs” to the Nintendo Switch”