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TalkAndroid’s Best Gaming Gift Cards for the 2021 Holiday Season

The best thing about online gift cards is that they are easily accessible, you can choose what you spend and they almost never run out of stock! Plus when you really don’t know what to get someone; buying them something they want, for the content they enjoy, seems a win-win all around. They are also an excellent option for that last-minute gift you didn’t know you needed when Auntie Alice brings along her friend’s child for Christmas Day!
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Tetris 99's Next Maximus Cup Will Feature Mario Party Superstars

Nintendo has revealed the next Maximus Cup for Tetris 99 will this time revolve around their recent release, Mario Party Superstars. The 27th official Maximus Cup will kick off this week starting on December 9th at 11pm PT on Nintendo Switch Online and will run all the way you December 13th at 10:59pm PT, which will make it one of the longest cups they have ever run. Like all of the previous modern cups, players will earn event points based on their placement in each match against the other 98 players. Once you have accumulated a total of 100 event points, a new theme will unlock for you to use in your copy of the game. This time around featuring background art, music, and Tetrimino designs inspired by Mario Party Superstars for you to enjoy. We have more info on how the event will play out below, but as always, you'll need an NSO account to play the game since everything is based online. Best of luck to you!
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10 Characters in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Who Need More Alternate Costumes

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is rightfully considered a celebration of Nintendo and gaming as a whole. The inclusion of so many characters isn’t even where the celebration ends since Ultimate‘s attention to detail is where the developers’ adoration for gaming is truly apparent. Details like Palutena’s Guidance giving information on every fighter, the Umbra Clock Tower telling the current time, and lightly nudging the stick left or right to perfectly recreate Megaman’s NES foot shuffle all show how much thought was put into every aspect of Ultimate.
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Super Tilt Bro. 2.0-alpha10: Improved netcode, and movesets

The Super Tilt Bro.'s Discord server sees more and more active users. To the point it finally fills its initial purpose: to help find an online match. More than that, the community is striving. We debate the best characters, strategies, and tournament dates. Thank you everybody in the community, seeing...

Super Castlevania IV: Whipped Into Perfect Shape

Fog settles in on a lone grave as a bolt of lightning heralds the resurrection of Count Dracula. It’s an all too familiar song and dance, but Masanori Adachi & Taro Kudo’s chilling “Prologue” promises a darker Castlevania altogether. The opening is little more than text on the screen, but Super Castlevania IV’s soundtrack establishes a haunting atmosphere within seconds. Dracula is back. The series has always had a knack for classy presentation, but Super Castlevania IV is a different beast entirely, taking advantage of the Super Nintendo in a way few games knew how to in 1991. There’s a reason the game shares the same title as the 1986 original in Japan: Akumajou Dracula. Super Castlevania IV is the definitive Castlevania experience.

SwitchArcade Round-Up: ‘Big Brain Academy’, ‘Disney Magical World 2’, ‘Danganronpa’, and Today’s Other Releases and Sales

Hello gentle readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Round-Up for December 3rd, 2021. In today’s article, we’ve got a bit of news about an upcoming addition to the Nintendo Switch Online Expansion Pass before we head into today’s new releases. Quite a few games hit the eShop today, and we’ve got summaries of all of them as usual. Some really good ones today, especially if you like adventure games. We finish things up with the lists of new and outgoing sales, as ever. Let’s get to it!

Retroflag SuperPi 4 Case Review

This almost looks like an official console. Great build quality and a good price will see this case in many 16-bit fans living rooms. A few years ago miniature retro consoles were all the rage. Powered by a range of Arm SoC, these boards, often officially licensed from Sony, Nintendo and NEC, housed emulators which provided a little nostalgia for those of a certain age. We were not immune to these consoles and duly purchased a Super Nintendo and PlayStation 1 but drew the line for the Commodore 64. Before these consoles existed many retrogaming enthusiasts made their own consoles using the Raspberry Pi and this led to an active emulation scene led by RetroPie and Recalbox distributions.

Paper Mario Arriving on Switch Online Next Week

Nintendo announced that Nintendo 64 title Paper Mario will be available on Nintendo Switch through the Switch Online subscription service on December 10, 2021. In order to access the game, players need to subscribe to the Nintendo Switch Online + Expansion Pack option, which is available for $49.99 for a twelve month subscription that grants access to selected other titles released on NES, Super NES, and Nintendo 64.

Super Castlevania IV

In late September of 1987, Tokyo-based game development company Konami released Castlevania for the Nintendo Family Computer (or Famicom) in Japan. One of the first action-platformers to be released, it also stood out with its influence from Universal monster movies and Euro-based mythological creatures, Eastern European folklore and Greek mythology in particular. In fact, most of its inspiration was drawn from the Bram Stoker novel, Dracula, who serves as the game’s final boss. The one key difference with the book and the game is the game protagonist, Simon Belmont, who forgoes the use of sword with a preference to his trusty, monster slayer whip, along with a foray of side weapons including holy water and boomerang-functioned crosses. The game itself is still a novel play, but its tankish control, obnoxious hazards and foe placement, and crushing difficulty does make it a hard sell for a more casual audience, as does the cryptic sequel and even harder prequel.

Nintendo Switch Online: Paper Mario to be the first N64 game in the Add-on Pack

Paper Mario will be the first N64 game to be included in the new Nintendo Switch Online Membership Add-on Pack. Other N64 games will be available later. Nintendo has just launched an additional pack for its Switch Online subscription plan. Many Nintendo N64 and Sega Mega Drive games are included in this Pack, a kind of formula superior to the classic subscription. The first included N64 game will be Paper Mario, just announced Nintendo.
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Millions shocked over secret Alexa code that unlocks hidden Super Mode

A secret Alexa code revealed on TikTok has been viewed by millions of users. Saying the code aloud causes Amazon’s smart speaker to “activate Super Mode” – and will spark a Siri response too. The phrase in question is the Konami Code, a string of button descriptions from classic gaming...

NES @ Night: Super Mario Bros.

It’s an 8-bit challenge to race through the Mushroom Kingdom to save Princess Toadstool from the evil Bowser!. Take a step back in time select Thursdays in December to when Mario and Luigi ruled the video gaming world at NES @ Night: Super Mario Bros. Test your skills against other players with one of the best-selling video games of all time. See if you can beat the best for your chance at Super Mario bragging rights and a cool gift card!

How To Activate Alexa’s Hidden ‘Super Mode’ Easter Egg

Alexa has a hidden ‘Super Mode’ that can be activated with a spoken command, and many gamers will already be very familiar with the code. Alexa has a hidden ‘Super Mode’ that can be quickly and easily activated with a simple and familiar code. While the Alexa Easter egg doesn’t do much in itself, what is interesting is that the spoken command is the same as a button combination that was often used by many gamers when playing Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) games. Basically, Alexa understands one of the most famous cheat codes ever.