Welcome back to yet another Miketendo64’s Ammo Knights Newsletter, our weekly helping of dedicated coverage of upcoming weaponry and specials for Splatoon 2, and whatever Splatoon 2 news that happens to fall into our hands. Continue reading Ammo Knights Newsletter #7: N-Zap ’89 & 5th North American Splatfest News
Although it won’t be out for a couple more days yet, patch notes for Splatoon 2’s next big update are out already and we’re sharing them all, right here:
Get ready to get out there and catch some more Pokémon? A new update of the game that allows you to do just that is now available for Android and iOS devices and the patch notes for them can be seen here:
In case you missed it, or just live in a rock, last night was The Game Awards 2017 and among a few reveals of new games and more, there were also a lot of awards given out, so here is a list of every game that won, which games they beat and in which category:
It’s time to make the football action on Nintendo Switch even better, thanks to a new update for FIFA 18 that’s out now on Switch and we’ve got the official patch notes right here:
Publisher: PM Games & Rising Star Games
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Category: Music & Arcade
Release Date: 21st of November, 2017 (NA) & 30th of November, 2017 (EU) Continue reading [Review] SUPERBEAT: XONiC EX (Nintendo Switch)
Now that we’ve got our Bayonetta 1 to 3 Digest out of the way, let’s talk, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild!
As some had suspected, whilst also at The Game Awards 2017, the release date for the Champions’ Ballad DLC was in fact revealed and it is out now already now that the show is over. You will need to update your game to version 1.4.0 in order to play it, but given the new dungeon it adds, added story and a motorcycle Link can ride around on in Hyrule, you are definitely going to want to play and buy the DLC if you never brought the Expansion Pass before. Below we will be sharing a trailer for the DLC, footage of some of it in action, part of the press release that concerns it and an official overview: Continue reading A Complete Zelda: Champion’s Ballad DLC is Out Now Digest (Overview & Footage)
Among the many epic things that happened at last night’s The Game Awards, one of the biggest things concerns a series I love, which isn’t Zelda and the news is something we’ve been waiting a long time for.
Bayonetta is back everybody and as well as ports of both previous games coming to the Nintendo Switch on February the 16th in 2018, Bayonetta 2 is being exclusively developed for the Nintendo Switch. So without further ado, let’s kick of this digest off with the Bayonetta 3 trailer that was shared, followed by a round-up of all the news that followed suit: Continue reading A Complete Bayonetta at The Game Awards 2017 Digest (Bayonetta 1, 2 and 3 Are All Coming to Switch!)
Get ready to go to strategic war in the Mushroom Kingdom once again, as Versus mode is has arrived in Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, as the 8th of December update has released early in Europe and here’s what Ubiosoft had to say about in a blog post:
Developer: Psikyo & Zerodiv Inc.
Publisher: Zerodiv Inc.
Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)
Category: Arcade & First Person
Release Date: 7th of December, 2017 (Worldwide) Continue reading [Review] Gunbird (Nintendo Switch)
Good news everyone, we no longer have to wait for news of Shantae: Half-Genie Hero’s Friends to the End DLC as it is out this December 12th and it will only cost $7.99 US dollars. The official announcement can be seen here:
I guess we’re all going to have another reason to love actor Ryan Reynolds!
Developer: Rain Games
Publisher: Rain Games & Flyhigh Works
Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)
Category: Platformer & Puzzles
Release Date: 16th of November, 2017 (Worldwide) & 7th of December, 2017 (EU & NA) Continue reading [Review] Teslagrad (Nintendo Switch)
This just in, the world of Pokémon and Pokémon GO will never be the same again, as it is being expanded once again, when 50 new Gen 3 Pokémon come to Pokémon GO this week and here’s what Niantic have to say about it:
In case you didn’t hear, Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon became available worldwide on multiple platforms back in October and in a similar case with Panic Button, we got the chance to do an interview with Nights of Azure 2 Series Producer Keisuke Kikuchi. It took a bit of time to get our responses back and translated, but we have them now and we can’t wait to share them with you:
*All questions viewed below were written and penned two weeks prior to the October release of Nights of Azure 2