For those of you who can’t get enough Devil May Cry action, prepare for a whole bunch of demon slaying early next year.
Japanese gaming publication Famitsu Weekly published new scans for the upcoming release of Tokyo Mirage Sessions on the Nintendo Switch.
Can you believe the Nintendo Switch is two years old already?
In case you missed the Pokémon Direct broadcast this morning, it was on very early, you can catch the replay below.
If you’re thinking that the Nintendo Switch has a great library of games, you’d be correct. But one series that found its fan base on the 3DS is now Switch bound. The Australian arm of the Switch eShop recently announced that Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy will be touching down on the Switch on April […]
In probably the best bit of news over the last 24 hours, Nintendo have announced not one but TWO Pokémon games headed to the Nintendo Switch. Apart from the names being announced, Let’s Go, Pikachu and Let’s Go, Eevee, they also dropped an amazing trailer for the titles which only gets better with each viewing. […]
Here’s a quick look at some adorable wedding Mario and Peach plushies hitting Japan next month themed around their characters from Mario’s outing on the Nintendo Switch, Super Mario Odyssey. So cute, right? These cute plushies hit Japan on June 15th, 2018, but here’s hoping they make it over to the West as well.
Exciting news out of Bandai Namco with the announcement that they may consider bringing their range of games based around the hugely popular series, Sword Art Online, to the Nintendo Switch. The statement was recently dropped by Sword Art Online series Producer Yosuke Futami and Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet Producer Keishi Minami in the middle of a Bandai […]
Great new for Nintendo Switch owners who are also fighting fans with the news that Capcom are bringing Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection to the console. Releasing in May 2018, the game will carry an impressive 12 Street Fighter titles that have made the series one of the most recognisable fighting series’.
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 lands on the Nintendo Switch with a lush gorgeous open world that screams for exploring, travelling and…did I mention exploring?