It’s another week, and that means the Nintendo Entertainment Podcast is here for you to listen to once again! And while the guys are still down a man, they make up for it with having a lot of news stories to talk about!

First up, the guys talk about their gaming adventures during the week. Todd has had a good run of luck in Fire Emblem Heroes via his summons, but finds out in the worst way possible that his exploits with a certain Pokemon in Pokemon Shield have been for not! Listen in to feel his outrage! Tyler meanwhile has been playing Super Smash Bros and testing out Byleth! But how has the Professor of the Three Houses been playing? Find out here!

Then, in the news, Pokemon Home has been detailed, EA continues to say shady things about the Nintendo Switch sales, the mobile initiative has grossed over $1 billion dollars in player spending, and the new quarterly Nintendo numbers have come! Where is the Switch at in overall sales? What games have joined the million-sellers club? Listen in and you might be surprised!

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Finally, the guys talk about recent rumors that the Wii U is going to be porting more games to the Switch! Is this the right idea? Or has Nintendo milked this horse too much? The guys discuss!

So sit back, relax, and enjoy the Nintendo Entertainment Podcast!

Plus, vote in our poll question, would buy more Wii U ports if they’re of good games?

Don’t forget that we want YOUR suggestions for opening themes for future episodes of the podcast! Send your NES, SNES, N64, Game Cube, Game Boy, Game Boy Color, Game Boy Advance, or Nintendo DS suggestions to us via Twitter! You can reach Tri-Force Todd at @Guardians_Comic, Tellius Tyler at @TylerKelbaugh94, or Wario Will at @shadowz596! AND, you can reach us at our podcast handle @NEPPodcast!

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About The Author

Todd Black

A self-proclaimed Nintendo fanboy, born, bred, and Mushroom fed! He’s owned every Nintendo handheld and every console since the SNES. He loved games so much he went and got a video game degree and dreams of writing video game stories