Nintendo Labo stirred up a lot of conversations with both fans and general gamers around. Especially with the Robot Toy-Cons, many wondered if this is Nintendo’s approach to VR.
Great games come from every corner of the world. Even though the Nintendo Switch has not officially sold in India, that does not mean that great Switch games cannot come out of India.
Nintendo has been known to bring unique, quirky and sometimes revolutionary controls on to the table. While the Wii took the world by storm with its motion controls, the unique control scheme was not friendly with every developer.
China is undoubtedly a huge market with gamers who are deeply interested in Nintendo games.
Though we haven’t heard much from Outright Games about Adventure Time: Pirates of Enchiridon coming to the Nintendo Switch, fans would be delighted to hear that Amazon has listed the Switch version up for preorder.
Nintendo is on a streak. Although it was not the best selling console of 2017, that goes to the PlayStation 4 (as the Switch was only released in March). However, when comparing the Switch’s first 10 month of sales to all the other consoles in history, we get something amazing.
Feel bad that you are the only one who thought that Nintendo made a game out of rubbish? Don’t be as the German Ratings Board, USK, came out to admit that they themselves nearly lost the review copy Nintendo Labo when a cleaning staff mistook the “newest way to play” as waste cardboard.
Nintendo Switch sales have hit an amazing height in Germany alone. In a tweet by @NinwedU, the Nintendo Switch has sold over 600 thousand units in the country alone, almost hitting the lifetime sales of Wii U in Germany at around 750 thousand units.
Nippon Ichi Software (NIS), having been inspired by Nintendo’s own Nintendo Direct is going to have a live stream 18 January 2018 at 0600hrs PT ( 0900hrs. ET, 2300hrs JST).