There are tons of gaming podcasts in the wild, but Nintendo Week stands alone as it recaptures all the fun of Nintendo in the form of a weekly show. Every episode brings news recaps, discussions, games, music, and more to create a show for all kinds of Nintendo fans, whether they're new or old, passionate or passing-by.

Join Alex, Ben, and Colin as they discuss their most-wanted features for Nintendo's NX in the Dream Land segment, and then settle the timeless question—what's the greatest Zelda game ever made?—in The Glitz Pit, Nintendo Week's podcasting debate game. You can check out the episode after the jump—or if you'd like to save it to listen later, you can check the latest episode out on iTunes, available now.

Naughty Dog's The Last of Us was one of the most beloved and most successful games of the last generation, so it should come as no surprise that its fans have been clamoring for a sequel ever since it first launched in 2013.

Ashley Johnson, the 33-year-old voice actress who played Ellie in The Last of Us (who is also famous for playing Gretchen in the 1990s children's cartoon Recess), is aware that many people are asking for a sequel, and she recently commented to GameSpot that she would love to reprise her role as Ellie if Naughty Dog made another game. Head inside for more.

No Man's Sky gives players the ability to give a name to any plants or animals that they come across while exploring new planets across the universe. This core feature is a crucial way for players to leave a unique mark on the many planets they visit, and it was originally revealed in one of the game's earliest trailers. However, according to some stories that were recently uploaded to the No Man's Sky subreddit, it seems that the naming system may be suffering from a severe bug: several avid No Man's Sky players have noticed that many of the names they gave to their first discoveries have been erased entirely.

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We learned a few months back that Blizzard and Facebook were working together to create a way for you to live stream the popular developer's games directly through the popular social media platform. That feature has launched just today under the name "Blizzard Streaming." By updating your Blizzard client and linking it to your Facebook account, clicking a single button will automatically start a live stream of your gameplay on your Facebook page.

Blizzard released a short video showing off how simple it is to set this up and start streaming games like Overwatch; hit the jump to see it!

Lots of RPGs use an equipment durability system, but most of the time, durability never quite feels right. You're in the middle of a quest, and you've brought your favorite sword. Eventually, your sword starts to dull. You either burn through a repair tool, check in with a smith in town to get it fixed, or switch to one of the other weapons you're carrying and press on. It doesn't make the game any more difficult or deep, but it's built into the gameplay loop anyway, seemingly just for the sake of it.

Zelda: Breath of the Wild also features an item durability system, but it does so in a much more thoughtful, purposeful way—such that durability is actually an integral part of the overall game balance, and it makes Breath of the Wild a better open-world game.

Fallout 4 has been releasing DLC throughout the summer, and the final piece, the Nuka Cola-themed park dubbed "Nuka-World," is just a few days away from launch. But though it may have once been intended as a fun-filled land of cola-based attractions, Nuka-World looks like it never really could have been called family friendly, at least not if Bethesda's new trailer for the DLC pack is any indication. It shows the park's cartoon mascots giving a speech on staying safe in the park, but they quickly prove that this place is pretty darn dangerous. Even if it's all done in animated form, the trailer's message is clear: Nuka-World is as terrifying a place as any other in the Wasteland.

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In 2011, Gearbox released the long awaited Duke Nukem Forever, which was received with a mostly negative reaction from the public. This year is the 20th anniversary of Duke Nukem 3D, and numerous reports are indicating that Gearbox could be releasing a remake of the game in the near future. According to Reddit user Tezla55, the remake is being called Duke Nukem 3D: World Tour and is being developed by Nerve Software. Nerve previously worked on titles such as Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare and the Doom 2 remake on Xbox Live.

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iam8bit has made vinyl releases of several game soundtracks before, and now they're adding another title to their list: last year's indie smash hit, Undertale. The memorable melodies of Toby Fox are set to release as double-LP, 180-gram records, holding over forty of the game's best tracks for your listening pleasure. Of course, the actual soundtrack for Undertale contains over 100 songs, so iam8bit will be sending codes for a digital download of the complete album to those who purchase these records.

Head inside to learn more, including how you can preorder the vinyl!

Pokémon GO has been immensely popular since its debut last month, and lots of businesses have been finding creative ways to capitalize on the hype and boost sales. The latest company to catch Pokémon fever (Pokérus?) is Target. The popular retailer is known for the large red concrete balls (called bollards) that sit outside the doors of many stores, and they've recently started painting them as Poké Balls to create fun photo ops for Pokémon GO players. Hit the jump for more!

There's no question that Niantic had a huge hit on its hands with Pokémon GO when it launched. Pokémon GO was so successful in its first month, that it broke five Guinness World Records in the areas of chart positioning, downloads, and revenue. Now, a few months later, Pokémon GO seems to have hit a roadblock, despite all of this initial success. Recent reports show that the mobile hit has lost over 15 million users since the game peaked in mid-July—a staggering number equating to around a third of daily active users at the peak.

With hype for the game decreasing daily and users flocking from the game en masse, I'm convinced that Pokémon GO already has one foot in the grave. Head inside for my thoughts and to leave some of your own!

Nintendo has been keeping hype strong for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild by trickling out new gameplay videos every few days. These clips have shown off the ruins of the Temple of Time, the return of the Koroks, the ever-useful Woodcutter's Axe, the special Magnesis ability and other magical runes, and a variety of weapons. Another new clip was released today, and this time the focus is on Link's bow and arrow. Like previous games, you'll have multiple types of arrows, including fire, ice, and bomb arrows. You can see them in action by clicking below!

Nintendo patented a magnetic controller attachment for a portable device, which essentially locks onto some kind of screen. It uses infrared cameras to signal the main device when the controller attachment is pressing a button, and it matches quite conveniently with many other patents they've filed as well as reports about their next system, NX.

This was one of the talking points on this week's episode of Nintendo Week, our Nintendo-themed podcast here at Gamnesia, and we think this is an excellent idea for the NX. Check out the discussion video after the jump for our full thoughts, or keep reading for a brief, brief summary.

Next week, Paradox Interactive's Cities: Skyline is getting a brand new DLC pack called The Content Creator Pack: Art Deco. What makes this DLC interesting is that it adds several Art Deco buildings to the game that were created by a fan. Matt Cruz, who is known as "Shroomblaze" online, is a popular modder in the game's community and has spent over 3,400 hours on the game. He drew inspiration for the pack from Art Deco building styles, and he believes it needs to be represented as "one of the best building styles of history."

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Last month, Eurogamer released a detailed report on Nintendo's upcoming NX console that claimed it will be a handheld/home console hybrid device with detachable controllers. This report has since been corroborated by numerous other reliable sources, although Nintendo has refused to confirm or deny it. More potential NX news surfaced today, as gaming site Let's Play Video Games claims to have the scoop on some NX controller details. Hit the jump for more!

Resident Evil VII: Biohazard marks a return to horror for a long-running franchise that has become increasingly more action-focused in recent years. As such, Producer Masachika Kawata intentionally left iconic, fan-favorite characters like Chris, Leon, and Jill out of the game, giving players control of a "normal" person and stripping away any sense of empowerment. Up until this point, the protagonist's identity and motivations have been kept secret, but an ESRB listing appears to have leaked some key details. Click below for the scoop!