With more news regarding Splatoon 2 dropping when we lease expect it, a whole ton of news, coverage and information has made its way online and we’re on hand to compile it all and share it in a single place. Best make yourselves comfortable, this one is going to be a long one!
Today’s first piece information is to do with the Spawn Points seen and used in Splatoon 2. Admittedly we have previously learned all we really needed to know about them and have seen them in action (provided you played last month’s Testfire or watched footage of it), but the Squid Research Lab have finally gotten round to posting an English report on regarding Spawn Points and we have a coup of that report, right here: Continue reading Spawn Points, Trend Changes, Kojudge-kun & Special Weapons! (Splatoon 2)
A little later on this year, Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers is coming to Switch and when it does, while Capcom are still publishing it, but as far as Europe is concerned, it has been revealed that Nintendo are in fact handling the distribution of the title in question, personally.
Although for some of you, this shouldn’t come as a surprise, given Nintendo’s relationship with Capcom, this is something that has happened quite a few times in the past, with regards to Ghost Trick: Phantom Detective, Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate, Monster 4 Ultimate and even Street Fighter IV 3D Edition, but it’s still interesting nonetheless and since we are covering Street Fighter on Switch, we may as well cover it in full detail. By that I do of course mean share the details from Nintendo’s newest and informative post that is heavily Ultra Street Fighter II focused: Continue reading Nintendo is Personally Handling the Distribution of Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers in Europe
Last month the very awesome Inti Creates brought the delightful Blaster Master Zero to both Nintendo Switch and Nintendo 3DS and I loved it. So having my desire of interviewing Inti relit once more and eager to know more about Blaster Master Zero and learn if it’s going to get a sequel, I reached out to the company and not only did they hear me, they also answered the questions I had. So if you like me, want to know a little bit more on how Blaster Master Zero came to be, then sit down make yourselves comfortable, because this is our Inti Creates interview with Mata Papa: Continue reading [Interview] Bringing Back the 80’s with Blaster Master Zero
Though Switch owners will have to wait a little longer before Yooka-Laylee releases for the platform, Reviews across other platforms have begun to surface on the internet. Though most of them are positive, it seems that the scores are a lot lower than what we anticipated for a game of this calibre, maybe that will change once more reviewers get their hands on a copy of the game. Here are the reviews for Yooka- Laylee so far:
Continue reading Yooka Laylee Review Scores Now Surfacing
For all you Fire Emblem Heroes players out there, The latest Voting Gauntlet, Wyvern Riders vs. Pegasus Knights, is now live so get ready to choose your favourite and play hard to acheive victory. The first round will end April 7th at 12 AM Eastern Standard Time.
Regardless of what kind of device you use to play Super Mario Run (iOS or android,) if you’re finding the app to be a bit buggy, than head over to your designated store and hit update.
Super Mario Run has an all-new update out for both devices and it is all about bug fixes and it is next to nothing in size so you shouldn’t have to worry about deleting stuff off your phone just to get it. And now you can go back to squashing Gold Goombas in Super Mario Run’s World Tour.
Source: App Store