Episode 83 of Today’s News Tonight has arrived with some breaking news right out of Nintendo! We’re joined by Modern Vintage Gamer to discuss Nintendo’s Game Builder Garage, a fan-made LEGO concept of Samus’ Gunship officially making to LEGO’s review phase, scrapped Fortnite collaborations, bad news for Blizzard, new uncertainty on the Detective Pikachu movie sequel front, and more!
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0:00 – Intro
4:13 – Discussing the original Shantae’s recent Nintendo Switch port with its creator, special guest Modern Vintage Gamer (MVG)!
14:23 – Getting caught up on the latest Apple vs. Epic litigation developments with the GVG crew and MVG!
21:22 – Nintendo announces Game Builder Garage for the Switch with a debut trailer, releasing on June 11th
30:22 – A super cool fan-made LEGO concept of Samus’ Gunship has made it into LEGO’s official “In Review” phase (but still, don’t get your hopes up for it to become a real product)
37:15 – As part of their ongoing litigation with Apple, Epic has revealed a list of scrapped Fortnite collaborations and it’s wild, to say the least
44:47 – Riot is going to start recording Valorant voice chat in an effort to combat toxicity in the game’s online play and root out problematic players
52:31 – Blizzard’s latest data show that their active monthly users have dropped by almost a third (29%) over the last three years
58:58 – Blizzard is moving to block Fox’s new “Diablo” trademark, intended for use on dinnerware, glassware, and pet food related to the network’s new animated series “HouseBroken”
1:01:33 – Mobile game Sonic Dash 2: Sonic Boom has gotten its first update in six years, adding Vector the Crocodile as a new playable character… even though the Sonic Boom show ended three years ago
1:03:41 – Detective Pikachu lead actor Justice Smith suggests in an interview with Inverse that “we just have to kind of bury our hopes” for a sequel to the film, though its official status either way remains fully unconfirmed
1:08:20 – An email between Phil Spencer and Tim Sweeney reveals the former hasn’t given up on trying to bring xCloud to other consoles
1:20:27 – Monolith Soft’s employee count has expanded to 272 members, with over a quarter of the staff being female
1:28:38 – Outro and where to find MVG
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