Ever wanted to hear Grimer up close?
"What exactly do you do at work?" our future children ask. "Share videos of slimy fictional monsters designed to help people relax, dear child," we reply. "And this is considered a real job?" they wonder. "Apparently." Yes, today we bring you a video we'd never have expected to see, but one that will no doubt...
Char- Char- Charming
Nintendo has been putting out ASMR videos - that's Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response, or 'videos that are supposed to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end' - for a while now. Over the holidays we got 30 minutes of a woman playing her Switch Lite in a log cabin, for example. The lates
Ads really have gone downhill
If you've been keeping an eye on our lovingly-crafted site recently, you'll have spotted that Nintendo Australia shared an ASMR video of someone building a Nintendo Labo fishing rod yesterday. Now, things are getting even weirder still, with this 30-minute Nintendo of America video of someone playing a Switch Lite in...
In what appears to be part of a continued effort to attract the popping, scratching, and whispering-loving corner of YouTube's audience, Nintendo has shared a brand new ASMR video, this time using the sumptuous sounds only cardboard can provide. From opening the box and popping out all the pieces to folding everything down for a snug...
Here we go again
Earlier this year, Nintendo jumped on the ASMR bandwagon when it uploaded a special "Sights & Sounds" video advertising The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that highlighted the great outdoors and the portable features of the Switch. Months on, it has now shared another video for this same series, and this time it's for Sup
Listen, relax and get a free code
If you're not familiar with ASMR, it stands for autonomous sensory meridian response and by definition is characterised by a static or tingling sensation on the skin. There are a vast amount of ASMR videos on YouTube, which relax listeners with both gentle and soothing sounds. Even video game companies have been...