Back in January, as well as announcing a new Shin Megami Tensei title for Nintendo Switch, Atlus also announced a Shin Megami Tensei title for the 3DS as well and today, we finally got a name. Continue reading Atlus Announce Shin Megami Tensei: Deep Strange Journey for Nintendo 3DS
A couple of hours ago, the final event of the Splatoon 2 Global Testfire came to an end and with it ended Switch owners chance at trying out the colourful shooter.
But while the event is over, yesterday we got to learn something rather important indeed and that is whilst Venture Beat’s Jeff Grubb partook in one of the testfire events, during an entire hour he played, he did so whilst tethering from his phone and come the end of the session, he only used 150mb. Continue reading Splatoon 2 is Data Friendly (Uses around 150mb per 1 Hour of Gameplay)
As nice as it is to have new instalments to series’ that we love, sometimes it’s nice to get an all new IP and it seems that is the case as far as the Nintendo Switch is concerned.
During a recent interview with a Japanese magazine, Nintendo’s own Shinya Takahashi has confirmed that ARMS and 1-2 Switch will not be the only fresh new Nintendo’s own IP we can expect to see as far as the Switch is concerned as Nintendo are “preparing one new IP straight after the other,” and that there are some titles in development already. Continue reading ARMS & 1-2 Switch Won’t be Nintendo’s Only Unique IP for Nintendo Switch
Love Splatoon but unable to participate in the Global Testfire this week because you don’t own a Nintendo Switch? Not to worry, Nintendo has you covered.
The Nintendo Treehouse team will be on hand to live stream the very first event, which kicks off at 12:00 p.m. PT (15:00 p.m. ET/19:00 p.m. UTC for the UK,) on Friday the 24th of March. So even if you can’t play yourself, at least you can get a proper look at the game is really like and what you can expect from the full game. Make sure you save the link below:
But if you do own a Switch, in that case be sure to study the image below as it contains the controls you will need to commit to memory if you expect to win and remember, Stay Fresh!
Because Green just isn’t enough!
Following the reveal of a new 2.0.0 update coming to Super Mario Run and the tease that additional information would follow, the first of the additional information has come and as well as revealing just who exactly the new characters are, it also gives us a release date and that date is the 23rd of March! So while android users get to experience the delights of Super Mario Run for the first time, iOS users get a reason to play it again!
Owners of android devices, you have been patient for far too long and now it is time to be patient a little while longer!
At last Project Sonic 2017 has a name and that name is Sonic Forces!
I’m not a huge fan of the name, but at least SEGA did have a bit of style when they revealed it to us. Playing the trailer for Sonic Forces that we saw last year, which played pretty much exactly like it did before, only to then have Sonic Forces appear at the end of it. Although I’m not to show how it will do for Nintendo Switch since it’s releasing in the Holiday period, which is the same time Super Mario Odyssey is to release. (I hope their sales battle won’t affect their next Olympic debut.) Continue reading Goodbye Project Sonic 2017 and Hello Sonic Forces!
In case you didn’t get the memo, there was a huge Sonic panel at South by Southwest and a ton of stuff was revealed (including the name for Project Sonic 2017,) but before we begin our Project Sonic 2017 coverage, which is to be done via a separate post, this is our Sonic Mania coverage. Continue reading Sonic Mania’s Spring Release is off the table (Will now Release in Summer 2017 instead)
But will double be enough though?
Recent sales for the Switch is nowhere as good as its launch period, but then what do you expect from a console that practically sold in the first seven days? Of course it will sell badly as supply becomes non-existent, but according to the Wall Street Journal that is about to change. Continue reading The Future is Switch (Switch Production will Double in April)
The time for inheriting skills has come!
As previously stated, Inherit Skill is a new feature for Fire Emblem Heroes (now properly implanted) that allows your Heroes to receive skills from other Heroes. Skills that can soon turn the tide of battle in your favour and up to three skills can be learned from one Hero. Continue reading Inherit Skill Has Come at Last to Fire Emblem Heroes
While Switch owners in North America can get their hands on Tomorrow Corporation’s World of Goo, Little Inferno and Human Resource Machine today, at least those of us in Europe won’t have to wait much longer.
It has been revealed earlier today that all three titles will come to the European eShop next week (March 23rd) and should be around €9.99 euros if the US $9.99 dollars price tag per each title is anything to go by. So it’s only 7 days we’ve got to way, days that could be spent playing Zelda, Blaster Master Zero or even VOEZ. Continue reading Tomorrow Corporation’s Trio of Switch Goodness Comes to EU eShop Next Week & is Available now in North America
Are the Alm and Celica amiibo worth purchasing? For the answer to that question, read on.
Straight from the official Japanese Nintendo website, details regarding the functionality for Alm and Celica amiibo have been revealed and like it was previously leaked, they do in fact unlock an original dungeon but that’s not all. They can also be used for players to write data for each character on. Continue reading Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Alm & Celica amiibo Functionality Revealed
After keeping everyone in Europe waiting long enough, the Global Testfire demo is now available in the European eShop.
So just in case you are in Europe and haven’t downloaded the demo just yet and don’t know how to get it, here’s the most direct way how to. Turn on your Switch, head straight to the eShop and you should see it in the middle of the top row. Click on it and then click to download the demo.
Just remember that just as soon as it comes through, you will not be able to access it until the 24th of February, which is when the testfire gets underway and ends on Sunday of next week.
Source: Nintendo Switch eShop
While the Global Testfire demo still hasn’t come to the European eShop, it is available in the North American and Japanese eShop and in preparation of next weekend, more details have come to light.
Now that a few days have passed since the Ash-Pikachu distribution was revealed in CoroCoro, Serebii has had the time to translate the details much better and the results are interesting.
As it turns out, every single cap wearing Pikachu will come with the standard Poké Ball to call and each hold a Pikashunium Z Z-Crystal. They’ll all also all have the ability Static, but that’s were their similarity ends. Besides having different hats, they’ll also have different levels, and differing moves and we have all of that information: Continue reading More Details on the Japanese Ash-Pikachu Distribution for Sun & Moon