Square Enix have announced that owners of Dragon Quest X on the Wii will be able to have access to a free upgrade for the game on Nintendo Switch. Even though Dragon Quest X will be upgraded to version 4.0 in the Fall, services for the Wii version of the game will be discontinued. The Wii U version will still continue for now. Though this will no doubtedly affect Wii version players, Square Enix have stated that they will be providing everyone who owns a registered copy of the Wii version, a download code for the Switch version.
If you would rather have a physical version of the game, you will have to pay for it yourselve but this news may please some fans of the game who continue to play the Wii version of Dragon Quest X. More details about the upgrade program will be announced sometime in the future.
Source: Square Enix (hiroba.dqx.jp)
After Nintendo’s Announcement about the Switch selling over 906,000 units in the US in its first month, research firm SuperData have estimated that the Switch has sold around 2.4 million units worldwide after collaborating with researcher GFK and Famitsu. This has yet to be confirmed by Nintendo however so we will still have to wait and see when Nintendo release their financial findings at the end of their fiscal year on April 27th.
On top of that, SuperData have now changed their projected Sales for the Nintendo Switch for 2017 from 5 million up to 7.2 million.
Good Friday has come and with it, more content has come to Fire Emblem Heroes and it is of course the World of Shadows content we heard about earlier this week.
So what exactly was added? Well first up there are new Heroes available thanks to the new World of Shadows Banner and those Heroes are none other than Alm, Lukas, Claire and Faye from the upcoming Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. For a detailed explanation on each Hero and their skills, consult the images below: Continue reading [Event] World of Shadows Comes to Fire Emblem Heroes
Nintendo have had incredible success in regards to the launch of the Nintendo Switch as it has sold 906,000 units in the United States during March alone, which Nintendo has revealed. The Switch has done so well that Nintendo have stated that it is “One of the fastest-selling video game systems of all time.” and also within a “Non-traditional month for a console launch.” Continue reading Nintendo Switch Sells 906,000 Units In US & Zelda: Breath Of The Wild Sells 1.3 Million copies