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TodayMon, 27th May 2019

  • News German Retailer Lists Contra Physical Release For Nintendo Switch

    Targeting September

    If you enjoy classic run and gun shooters, Contra Anniversary Collection is probably a release you’ve been keeping an eye on since Konami announced it alongside two other digital retro collections in March. Of course, you can never have too much Contra in your life. Online German retailer NetGames recently posted a listing for...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Konami
    • Contra
  • News Rayman's Original Composer Passes Away

    May his music live on

    Rémi Gazel, the composer for Ubisoft's original Rayman game, has passed away after an ongoing battle with cancer. His wife shared this information on social media and said the funeral would take place at the end of this month. Gazel was described on his website as a "self-taught musician" who was "passionate about digital...

    • Ubisoft
    • Rayman
  • News The Director Of Sonic Mania Adventures Might Be Working On The Blue Blur's Movie Redesign

    Too good to be true?

    After ongoing backlash from fans, last week it was revealed the upcoming Sonic the Hedgehog movie had been delayed. The director Jeff Fowler made this announcement over on Twitter with the above image, showing Sonic's gloved hand holding up a sign, with the movie's new release date and a classic logo below it. Compared to what...

    • Sonic
    • Movies
    • Sega
    • Tyson Hesse
  • News Sumo Digital Explains Why Team Sonic Racing Doesn't Include Other Sega Characters

    It's tied to the adventure mode

    One of the main differences about Team Sonic Racing compared to the previous all-star racing outing is the fact the cast is limited to the Sonic universe. Characters from Sega's other games simply didn't make the cut this time around. If you've been wondering why Sumo Digital dropped characters like AiAi from Super...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Sonic
    • Sega
    • Sumo Digital

YesterdaySun, 26th May 2019

  • Rumour New Ubisoft IP Supposedly Leaked Ahead Of E3 2019

    Switch controller assets also discovered

    Spoilers ahead: A new Ubisoft IP appears to have been leaked ahead of its E3 2019 reveal. It's called "Roller Champions" and is based on the sport, roller derby. The game has seemingly been confirmed for the Switch, after assets for the Nintendo controller layout were reportedly discovered alongside the...

    • Rumour
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Ubisoft
    • E3 2019
    • E3 Expo
  • Video Digital Foundry Finds Assassin's Creed III Remastered On Switch "Hard To Recommend"

    "It all just looks a bit off"

    After ongoing rumours, Assassin's Creed III Remastered has finally been released on the Switch. So, how does it hold up? According to the team over at Digital Foundry, this version of the game is all over the shop. Docked, the game runs at 1080p – which is a rather significant boost compared to the 720p display in...

    • Video
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Digital Foundry
  • News Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Is Being Ported To The PlayStation 4 And PC

    Suda teasing another announcement for E3

    Remember earlier this month we heard how Goichi 'Suda51' Suda would be appearing on a panel at MomoCon 2019 to make a special announcement? Well, it turns out the Switch title Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes will be making its way across to the PlayStation 4 and PC. No release date has been provided and...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Suda51
    • No More Heroes
  • Review Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland - A Captivating Concoction That JRPG Fans Will Adore

    Double, double, toil and trouble...

    In 1997, Gust corporation kicked of the Atelier series, which would go on to span a whopping twenty-two platforms (including the WonderSwan) across the thirty-seven titles that comprise the series. Unlike your standard JRPG, Atelier games are typically not concerned about the fate of the world or something serious...

    • Reviews
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Atelier Lulua
  • News The N64 Version Of Joanna Dark Joins The Totaku Collection This September

    Relive the glory days

    If you still have fond memories of the original Perfect Dark game on the Nintendo 64, you'll likely be interested to hear Totaku has announced a figurine based on the Carrington Institute agent, Joanna Dark. This particular figurine is expected to join the series later on this year in September and follows on from the previous...

    • Retro
    • Rare
    • Nintendo 64
    • Totaku
  • News Game Freak's Junichi Masuda Reflects On The Original Yoshi And Pokémon Games

    A dose of nostalgia

    Game Freak has shared a new video on its YouTube channel featuring director Junichi Masuda talking about the development of the original Pokémon games as well as the puzzle game Yoshi – also known as Mario & Yoshi in Europe and Yoshi's Egg in Japan. For starters, most people to this day still don't know the classic...

    • Pokemon
    • Yoshi
    • Game Freak
    • Junichi Masuda
    • NES

Saturday25th May 2019

  • News Star Ocean: First Departure R Announced For Nintendo Switch

    The PSP remake returns in high definition

    Square Enix has announced Star Ocean: First Departure R will be released on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in the near future. This particular version of the action role-playing game was first launched on the PlayStation Portable in 2007. The enhanced PSP iteration is based on the Super Famicom Star...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Square Enix
  • News Former Rare Developer Shares New Details About Conker's Cancelled Sequel

    The game we never got to play

    Conker's Bad Fur Day designer Chris Seavor has once again taken to Twitter to share new details about the sequel that never saw the light of day. Well before the open-world multiplayer game Sea of Thieves, Rare had plans for a direct follow-up to Conker's original and mature-themed outing on the Nintendo 64. According...

    • Retro
    • Rare
    • Conker
    • Nintendo 64
    • Chris Seavor
  • Review Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary Edition - An Essential Purchase For Fighting Game Fans

    Heaven or Hell?

    Arc System Works’ Guilty Gear series first chaos-attacked its way onto the gaming scene back in 1998, immediately making a name for itself amidst the more established giants of the fighting game genre with its beautiful hand-drawn roster of twisted manga combatants, hardcore rock soundtrack and insanely fast, combo-based pugilism...

    • Reviews
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Guilty Gear
  • News Square Enix Teasing Dragon Quest Surprise In Upcoming Issue Of Weekly Shonen Jump

    All will be revealed next month

    Update: It's been revealed Square Enix is hosting a presentation on 3rd June for a new Dragon Quest smartphone title. The surprise Square Enix was teasing for the Weekly Shonen Jump issue due out on 10th June is expected to be about this game. Dragon Quest games aren't exactly in short supply on Nintendo systems...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Dragon Quest
    • Square Enix
    • Japan
    • Jump
  • Video Let's Play Realm Royale On The Nintendo Switch

    Don't be a chicken

    After months of rumours and leaks, Realm Royale has finally been released on the Nintendo Switch. Thanks to the lovely people over at Hi-Rez Studios, our senior video producer Alex Olney has been able to take an early look at the Founder's Pack offering. If you haven't heard about this game before, it's described as a class-based...

    • Video
    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Hi-Rez
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? (May 25th)

    Here are our picks, but what are yours?

    Once again, we've made it all the way to the end of a busy week. We've had all the leaked images and info for Mario Kart Tour and a controversial Pokémon competition to keep an eye on over the last few days, but now it's time to sit down and chat about the games we'll be playing over the weekend. Several Team...

    • Talking Point
    • Nintendo Switch
    • What Are You Playing
    • Features
  • News Strictly Limited Releasing Brazil-Inspired Beat 'Em Up 99Vidas In Physical Form

    Bring it!

    Last November, the developer and publisher QUByte released 99Vidas on the Switch eShop. The 16-bit title was created in conjunction with 99Vidas - Brazil's most popular video game podcast - and aimed to recreate the magic of the beat 'em up golden era, when games such as Final Fight, Double Dragon,

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases

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