Nintendo and live service gaming

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Nintendo is undeniably the biggest name in the gaming industry, a household name everyone grows up with. They’ve been here forever, being the oldest and still active video game company in the world. From the Game Boy, Game Cube, DS, and Switch, we have seen Nintendo evolve to what it is today — a gaming giant that continues to be a trailblazer in its own right.

In this episode of GZ Chop Shop, we talk about how Nintendo pulled a Microsoft as it closed down its Nintendo 3DS and Wii U eShops, and what it means for us gamers. We also talk about live service gaming and how much gamers actually spend on expansion packs and game passes, which arguably makes a whole lot of difference in the gaming experience.

Join us as we reminisce and think about this new era of Nintendo and the gaming industry!

Quick episode summary:1:24 Nintendo shut down their e-store for their 3DS and older console family11:44 Live service gaming and how much it actually costs17:33 DLCs, expansions, and game passes22:36 The efficiency of Nintendo controllers for fighting games29:20 Nintendo’s got something in the works

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About the Author
Gregory is a military veteran, content creator, avid gamer and host of the GZ Chop Shop podcast.Gregory is a military veteran of 8 years. After leaving the service, Gregory has pursued his passion for content creation and has since been producing podcasts and written articles across varying topics like technology and gaming. In his free time, Gregory is an avid gamer. His passion for the industry is evident in what he produces every day.

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