It looks like something might be going on behind-the-scenes between Nintendo, Activision, and the Tony Hawk franchise.
Last year, a massive Capcom data breach reportedly led to the company’s 2021 plans leaking out to the public. Notably, the leak hinted that both Great Ace Attorney games would finally launch outside of Japan in the near future – and now even more convincing evidence of this has popped up abroad!
It appears that another beloved Star Wars adventure might soon be making its return on the Nintendo Switch!
Earlier this month, Universal Studios Japan updated their mobile app with a new section for Super Nintendo World – which showcases the park’s story and map with new Super Mario artwork. Well, it appears like Mario and his Mushroom Kingdom friends might not be alone for long in the theme park…
Earlier this month, a massive Capcom data breach apparently resulted in much of the company’s 2021 plans leaking out to the public. Part of the leaks pointed to what appears to be both Great Ace Attorney games heading to Nintendo Switch as a single collection in Japan – and now it also appears that western fans won’t miss out either.
It looks like Capcom, the company behind the Ace Attorney and Monster Hunter series, is getting a bunch of its secrets spilled to the public.
Earlier today, Nintendo revealed Control Ultimate Edition Cloud Version for Switch – seemingly pointing to more Cloud-based titles heading to the hybrid system. Well, it looks like Nintendo fans might soon be in for another blockbuster game in Cloud form as well, if a recent discovery is to be believed!