(RUMOR) Nintendo Direct Approaching Soon and My Predictions!

Hey everyone, Bulba here and I know it has been quite a bit of time since my last article. But I’m back… hopefully! Today I have some juicey things to talk about, such as the possibility of a Nintendo Direct coming soon and my predictions for said Nintendo Direct. Keep in mind, there is a possibility that this is all false so no need to attack me for something I never promised ok? Anyways, let’s start with the rumors and why I think one is coming soon!

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Nintendo Rumor Round Up! (Pokémon, Smash Bros, Metroid Prime and More)

Hey everyone, Bulba here and leak season has come upon us! We have exciting leaks, all of which are very credible. This involves the next Smash DLC fighter potentially being leaked and the Pokémon games on Nintendo Switch being ground breaking. Not only that, but we could have potentially gotten unofficial hints at a new Zelda and a Nintendo related trilogy. Before I get into this though, I just wanted to make it clear that these are all rumors with some being more credible than others. With that out of the way, let’s get to it!

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Nintendo 64 Review: The Best or Worst Nintendo System to Date?

Hey guys, Bulba here and I have something special for my sixty forth article here today. I am reviewing the Nintendo 64, Nintendo’s first attempt at a 3D system entry. It released in time for the 1996 Christmas season to compete against the PlayStation and SEGA Saturn which came the previous year, launching with a small handful of games (one of which had the biggest impact in 3D as we know it today; Super Mario 64). So what do I think of the Nintendo 64 considering I had never purchased one until a few years ago? I will analyze the system, it’s controller and six games owned for the console. Let’s get to it!

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