Today’s Daily Briefs: video retrospective for the Harvest Moon series, but also…
- Snipperclips: Cut it out, together!
- The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
- Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop
- Tool Assisted Speedrun
Today, Natsume uploaded a video retrosepctive for the Harvest Moon 20th Anniversay, looking back at all the games released in the series since the first one on Nintendo 64:
Which one of these games did you play?
NB: the actual video doesn’t actually lasts 13:38… it just loops three times, for some reason!
Snipperclips: Cut it out, together!
In the past few years, NST (Nintendo Software & Tehnology) haven’t done much work outside of the Mario vs Donkey Kong series (as far as games are concerned), but it seems like they’ve finally moved on from those games. Last year, we found out (thanks to Shikamaru Ninja) that NST actually developed Super Mario Maker for Nintendo 3DS.
And yesterday, that same Shikamaru Ninja reported that NST actually assisted with the development of Snipperclips: Cut it out, together!, on the Nintendo Switch. To be more precise, they handled Level Design, UI Design, Audio, and Co-Production.
No doubt that NST has other projects in the works… including a Mario vs Donkey Kong game for the Nintendo Switch!
Source: Shikamaru Ninja
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
You may have forgotten about it, but The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild also came out on the Wii U last week. And in North America, Nintendo of America made a rather amusing blunder: on the back of the box, they listed too many compatible controllers…
Indeed, the game can only be played with the Wii U GamePad and the Wii U Pro Controller. No need to try with a Wii Mote or a Classic Controller: it simply will not work!
Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop
Last week, Rising Star Games shared one lone screenshot for Cooking Mama: Sweet Shop, releasing in April in Europe and North America:
— RSG Team (@RisingStarGames) March 4, 2017
Tool Assisted Speedrun
Here’s the latest Tool Assisted Speedrun video, this time for Urban Champion on the NES (finished in 00:26.84):