Much like Limbo, Playdead is set to bring its latest title to as many platforms as possible. Already available on PS4, XB1, and PC, Inside will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and iOS. Advertisements
It has been a while since his last appearance, but everyone’s favorite beam katana assassin is back. Travis Touchdown returns to gaming action in the fittingly titled Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes.
A hero’s quest to rescue a loved one is a tale as old as time. Team Meat puts its spin on this familiar story for Super Meat Boy Forever, arriving on consoles, PC, and mobile next year.
In a surprise announcement, Nintendo has revealed a slew of new information regarding the online capabilities of Switch (see more)
As soon as Mario exclaimed “MARIO KAAART EIIIIGGHHT” on the title screen of the recently released Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, I knew I was done for. A game that I had sunk over 100 hours into on my maligned Wii U had hooked me again. Before I knew it, I was dusting Daisy so hard … Continue reading Dear Nintendo: Bring on the Wii U Ports
Earlier this evening, Nintendo announced that there will be a new version of the 2DS.
Eager to learn more about ARMS and Splatoon 2? Nintendo has you covered with a new Nintendo Direct this week.
Nintendo’s Amiibo have been hugely successful since day one, with the game maker raking in tons of cash from these small, plastic collectibles with NFC tags embedded within them. Clearly this benefits Nintendo nicely, but are these figures good for the customer? As it turns out, no — and it may even be worse than downloadable … Continue reading Nintendo’s Amiibo Are Worse Than DLC Season Passes
A major component of any fighting game is the appeal of the characters. Nintendo is hoping gamers gravitate to the colorful cast of Arms, its new fighting game for the Nintendo Switch.
Impressions of the Nintendo Switch are flooding the internet. While the hardware itself has garnered positive reviews, the thought that it is launching bereft of features has become pervasive. Entertainment apps, a web browser, a robust online experience and a strong launch lineup are but a few of the items missing from the Switch’s March … Continue reading Does Nintendo Switch seem rushed? Blame Breath of the Wild