Nintendo has pushed out an update for the Switch’s firmware. The minor update to 5.0.2 focuses on increasing the general system stability and fixes a few issues players are facing such as erroneous motion controls.
It was clear from the start that the Switch is not the most powerful machine out there and that is why many games need to be optimised for it. Bethesda’s Wolfenstein II is a great example of a game that hopes to be better optimised for the Switch before its release.
Things have been quite on Playtonic and Yooka Laylee’s end for quite a bit but the developers have come out to reassure everybody that great things are baking in the oven.
As Suda51 continues to work hard on his upcoming game Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, a spinoff from the No More Heroes franchise, Suda51 promises that Travis Strikes Again is not just any mediocre spinoff.
David Wise, known for his amazing music compositions at Rare, had made an amazing performance at GX2018 in Kuwait a few days ago.
Tennis World Tour is coming to the Nintendo Switch late next month on 22 May 2018 and Big Ben Games have revealed a Legends Edition for the game.
Those who have been on the fence about Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology can head on to the Nintendo 3DS eShop right away to snap Atlus’ RPG.
Nintendo is always looking for new ways to enhance all our playing experiences. In a newly filed patent by Nintendo, the game masters at Nintendo attempt to reimagine what is possible with a collection of portable screens by allowing them to interact with each other.
It seems like some Target stores in the North American region is already putting up Nintendo Labo up on their shelves already. This is despite the fact that Nintendo Labo is only scheduled to be released next week on 20 April 2018 in the region.
Gal*Gun 2 launches in Europe today. While we work on our review of Inti Creates’ Gal*Gun 2, why not take a look at our first 50 minutes of gameplay.