For anyone who has purchased the Expansion Pass, the Champions’ Ballad DLC is now available for Breath of the Wild on the Wii U and Switch. New shrines, dungeons, weapons, and more. We have all the details fresh from Nintendo, so read on!
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild received the award for Game of the Year at The Game Awards 2017. To read more about the Nintendo-related awards and nominations, read on!
While Bayonetta fans are undoubtedly ecstatic following the announcement of Bayonetta 3 coming exclusively to the Switch, gamers new to the series will be happy to know that they can play the first two games in the series February 16, 2018. Check out the trailer below!
Fans of action games rejoice! Reggie Fils-Aimé went on-stage at The Game Awards to announce that Bayonetta 3 will be coming exclusively to the Nintendo Switch. No further details or a release window have been announced at this time, but you can check out the stylish teaser trailer after the break.
If you’ve bought the Expansion Pass for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, get ready for some good news. The game’s second DLC expansion, “The Champions’ Ballad” is out “tonight” on the Wii U and Nintendo Switch! The announcement is fresh from The Game Awards, and you can check out the trailer below.
The latest 2D platformer to grace the Switch is Edmund McMillen and Tyler Glaiel’s The End is Nigh, which released on PC earlier this year. In “The End is Nigh,” you control a black squishy blob named Ash, one of the few things still alive on Earth after some apocalyptic event. He’s been holed up at home ever since, playing video games. But when his game console breaks, Ash decides to head out into the world to make a new friend.
Minimal design, maximal fun. VVVVVV was originally released as a Flash game in 2010, and since then it’s been ported to everything under the sun. I remember playing and loving the 3DS release years back. And I’m happy to report that the game is as good as ever on the Switch. In fact, this might be the best version yet.
Splasher is a game where you play as a kid with colorful hair, running around shooting ink on the floor and walls. This might sound a bit like Splatoon, but that brief description is where the similarities end. Read on to find out whether or not you should enter the Splash Zone.
Skyrim was released 6 years ago, and since then, it’s been THE open-world game to live up to. And at long last, it is arriving on a Nintendo platform. This seemed like a perfect opportunity for me to finally dive into this game’s world. Ever since I got my hands on the game, I’ve been spending most of my spare time with it. However, Skyrim is a massive game, and I feel like I’ve only scratched the surface. So in lieu of a full review, here are my initial impressions on the game’s performance, as well as some of the Nintendo-exclusive features. Don’t worry, a full review is in the works. I just need to spend a lot more time in Tamriel before I can do this game justice.
The Internet is abuzz with discussion around Nintendo’s latest 3D platforming masterpiece, Super Mario Odyssey. What many people don’t know, however, is that another 3D platformer, an indie gem called “Poi”, was released onto the Switch’s eShop just a few days before Odyssey’s big launch. This game is what we’ll be looking at today. So is Poi a joy, or a ploy? Read on to find out.