The entire Mega Man X series is headed for the Nintendo Switch, but as with the previous Mega Man Legacy Collections, Capcom seems to have a ton more goodies to put inside them.
Suda 51’s spin-off of the No More Heroes Franchise is scheduled to be launched later this year on the Nintendo Switch. However, in a recent interview with 4gamer, Suda51 himself said that the game is only 30% completed.
At GDC 2018, Nintendo held a panel talking about the development of one of their latest hit franchise, Splatoon.
The creator of Harvest Moon, Yasuhiro Wada, has a new game coming up for the Nintendo Switch and unlike the farm simulation game which he developed back in the day, Little Dragons Cafe will be more about the people in the game than the adventures in it.
Metropolis: Lux Obscura is a game that is clearly out of Nintendo’s image as a family-friendly game. The game itself has all the aspects of a game that will usually put it out of Nintendo’s console, such as sex, nudity and heavy violence. However, as the Nintendo Switch is marketed as a console for everyone (not just for kids), the game made it into the Nintendo eShop… on Nintendo’s terms.
Southeast Asian physical copies of Dark Souls Remastered For Nintendo Switch will be coming with something special. The physical copies, which will be released on 25 May 2018 in the region, will come with an exclusive Upper Knight head bust.
Naruto Shippūden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Trilogy will arrive on the Nintendo Switch this April 2018. The game will include the first three games of the Ultimate Ninja Storm series. However, what if you just had not played the third game, or missed the first? It would seem that you’re in luck, at least if you make your purchase on the Japanese Nintendo Switch eShop.