GoNintendo Rewind - This week's original video content: Jan. 14th to 20th, 2017

Welcome to GoNintendo Rewind, which takes a look at the last 7 days' worth of video features on GoNintendo. Let's jump right into it!

As usual, we had our week's worth of "Today's BIG Story" features. If you missed any of them, you can find the Monday through Friday videos below. Unfortunately, we lost Thursday's video due to a technical hiccup.

We had two Talking Point features this week. The first was a rebuttal to Jim Sterling's video on the Switch. This video actually disappeared from YouTube as well, but a viewer had actually saved it on their computer! This is the reupload of that video.

Our second Talking Points video zeroed in on Switch haters. Not the people who aren't into the Switch, but the people who actively bash others who are interested in the Switch.

I also did a one-off video on a Gizmodo article that I saw about the Switch. A few of you brought it to my attention, and I felt it interesting enough to cover at length.

My parents return this week, but not with a new Parents Play. This time around, I had them react to the Switch presentation, as well as some game trailers. They also discuss price point, value and how they feel about what's being offered.

Lastly, we have the 596th episode of the GoNintendo Podcast. This was a special episode, because it mainly focuses on the hands-on impressions of the Switch that Nicky Hill and I got!

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German USK logo is mesing up Switch game boxart

As you can see, that giant USK rating is causing just a bit of trouble for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild's boxart. The game's logo had to be squished up against the side of the box! Ratings are important, but do they have to be so huge?!

IGN: Capcom on Ultra Street Fighter II - why dual art styles, launch timing, potentially staying exclusive to Switch

The following comes from an IGN interview with Capcom's Yoshinori Ono...

On the dual art styles:

“The Switch caters to a wide audience, and the people who played the original Street Fighter 2 on Super Nintendo are used to the retro-style graphics. Those players are now 30, 40, 50 years old, and they have become parents who are getting their kids into gaming, too. By adding the retro graphics, you give the older crowd a sense of nostalgia and remind them of the original. At the same time, with the current HD graphics, we can appeal to their kids as well. Parents and the kids can play together and say, ‘This is how we used to play this game back in the day.’ And kids can enjoy it without feeling that the game is too retro.”

On release date:

“We haven’t announced the specific date but, as you have seen, the presentation from Japan mentioned that the Switch would come out March 3rd. We would like to try to release it in close proximity of that date.

As mentioned earlier, we’re looking at the interactions of everyone playing right now. On other titles, we’ve done beta tests and focus groups to try and figure out how to balance the game. We’re trying to figure out where in the Street Fighter 2 realm does the balance on this game fall and that process might change when this product releases.”

On staying exclusive to Switch:

"If this title sells extremely well we’ll consider it. We put a lot of thought into how this can be fully enjoyed on the Nintendo Switch, so for the time being it’s only going to be on Switch."

Yooka-Laylee includes co-op feature for the main game

Coming from Playtonic's recent blog update...

As well as the local multiplayer arcade games, Yooka-Laylee offers a second player the opportunity to co-star in the main Yooka-Laylee adventure. Taking control of the Bee Team, a second player can grab quills, collect and store butterflies, stop traps and more!

Runner3 blog update - The Lords Are Back in Town

It probably comes as no surprise that these first few months of development have been focused on laying the groundwork necessary to, you know, make the game. There’s still some work to be done in that regard, but we’ve also reached a point where we can begin to allocate more of our focus towards the very important task of making the art! Because of this, we’re hoping to share more and more art and assets from the game moving forward. To kick off that initiative, we want to show you the final boss of Spookyland.

Full blog here

Disney Magical World 2 - latest QR code items

Houndstooth Mickey Ears, Houndstooth Minnie Ears, Mickey Cap, Minnie Cap, Metal Mickey Ears, Metal Minnie Ears, Denim Mickey Ears, Denim Minnie Ears, Wooden Mickey Ears, Wooden Minnie Ears, Camo Mickey Ears, and Camo Minnie Ears.

Fan-made Switch software infographic gives a much better look at the overall picture

While it might not be perfect, this fan-made infographic for Switch releases gives a much better look at what's heading to the system. By my count, this lists 77 titles coming to the Switch. Remember, Nintendo said that 50 devs are working on 80 games for Switch. With this new list, it's easy to see Nintendo isn't counting all devs working on the Switch, mostly in respect to indies.

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild - Wii U Vs. Switch screens

It's touch to compare, since the screens are taken at different times of day. That said, the poses are nearly identical in all screens. Is the Switch version objectively prettier, or does the lighting in each picture make the difference? Check out more here.