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. Continue reading Meet the Cast of Arms in Character Introduction Video From Nintendo
Late last week, the final details about upcoming indie adventure game Rime were revealed. The Tequila Works’ title has soldiered through a troubled development cycle that saw it dropped as a PS4 exclusive to release on PC/PS4/Xbox One on May 26 and on Nintendo Switch at a later date. This is great news for those who have been intrigued by the game since its gorgeous reveal trailer at PlayStation’s Gamescom press conference in 2013. The game was revealed to cost $30 on all platforms, with one exception. While we don’t know when Rime will see its Switch release, we do know that it will cost $40. For those who struggle with math, that is $10 more expensive than the game’s incarnations on other platforms.
What the f*** is that about?
Continue reading Rime’s Switch price tag is a giant middle finger
With the launch of the Nintendo Switch mere weeks away, one pressing question continues to pop up concerning the system. What games can we expect on the system going forward? IGN offers an answer in their video spotlighting 61 titles confirmed for the Switch. Continue reading IGN Video Spotlights 61 Titles Coming for the Nintendo Switch
With a month to go before the Nintendo Switch launches, the long storied gaming giant is seeking to make the public a believer in its consoles once again. Continue reading Nintendo Switch Super Bowl Commercial Seeks to Make Masses Believers
As one of a select few Nintendo fans who were able to get hands-on time with the Nintendo Switch, I knew that I wanted to try the big three: The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, and Splatoon 2. Once I demoed those, I began exploring the lesser known titles. To my absolute delight, Snipperclips – Cut It Out, Together! quickly turned this not-so-known title into a top-tier demo experience.
Nintendo’s Switch presentation on Thursday was truly baffling. The missteps of the event have dominated the conversation that followed, but there was a lot to be excited about if you are interested in the Switch. Nintendo gave a glimpse into its first-party lineup, detailed the interesting features of the console and blew us away with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey. However, despite my status as an enduring Nintendo fan who is sold on the Switch, I was left with an odd feeling in the pit of my stomach.