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  • News Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection Rumbles Onto Switch May 2018

    Twelve games in the series anytime, anywhere.

    Get your arcade sticks ready, because the Mega Man collections were just the beginning: Capcom will bring Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection onto the Nintendo Switch in May 2018!  This compilation will contain no less that twelve arcade perfect ports of the series as follows: Street...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Capcom
    • Street Fighter

YesterdaySun, 10th Dec 2017

Saturday9th Dec 2017

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    Switch eShop

    Review Arcade Archives Traverse USA

    A basic but fun highscore chaser

    The Switch may still lack a Virtual Console, but HAMSTER is keen to fill that void. Having released many Neo Geo titles (with more appearing regularly), the company has now started to bring other retro delights to the system. It's already released one of Nintendo's own games and now here’s the first offering from...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Traverse USA
    • Arcade Archives
  • News Enter The Gungeon Arrives on the Switch eShop Very Soon

    Gungeon on the go

    Ever since it was confirmed for the Switch eShop early this year there have been some keen fans waiting for Enter the Gungeon. It's a smartly designed roguelike in which you go into a run with the hope that a mix of skill, luck and perfect drops will see you make it all the way through. It has some smart twists to keep you...

    • Switch eShop
    • Enter the Gungeon
    • Dodge Roll Games

Friday8th Dec 2017

  • Feature Five Reasons You Should Play Zelda: Breath of the Wild's DLC Pack 2

    Not that you should need them, but just in case...

    Well, it's here, the Champions' Ballad DLC / Pack 2 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U and Switch. It's an exciting release, especially as Nintendo went all Hollywood with an 'out tonight' announcement during The Game Awards - it was a great moment. If, for some reason,...

    • Legend of Zelda
    • Breath of the Wild
    • DLC
    • Champions' Ballad
    • Features
  • News Zelda: Breath of the Wild Champions' Ballad DLC Goes Live

    And Link has a motorcycle

    Update: The DLC is now live, enjoy! Original Article: During today's festivities for The Game Awards Eiji Aonuma showed off DLC Pack 2 for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, The Champions' Ballad. It looks fantastic, and it's out 'tonight', which means within hours of this post. The content seems to put you...

    • Breath of the Wild
    • Legend of Zelda
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Wii U
    • DLC
  • News Bayonetta 1 And 2 Are Getting A Special Edition Bundle With All The Trimmings

    A 'Non-Stop Climax Edition' of fun

    Who knew The Game Awards would drop so much Nintendo love, eh? Not only are we getting Bayonetta 3 - a Switch exclusive, we might add - but the first two entries in the PlatinumGames series are getting the handheld treatment, too. Better yet, Nintendo even showcased a glitzy new Special Edition that's bound to...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Bayonetta
  • Watch The Game Awards - Live!

    Will Nintendo be big winners?

    The Game Awards are here, a rather enjoyable annual event in which lots of games are praised, we roll our eyes at some annoying commercials, and many jokes are made in the live chat. It's a tradition we wouldn't miss for the world, and Nintendo has a good chance of winning lots of awards; perhaps there'll be a reveal or...

    • Live Chat
    • Live Blog
    • The Game Awards
    • Nintendo
  • News Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 Are Arriving on Switch in February

    Combined in a retail release

    Reggie Fils-Aime appeared at The Game Awards to reveal Bayonetta 3 as a Switch exclusive, but another unveiling was for ports of Bayonetta and the previous Wii U-exclusive Bayonetta 2. They're confirmed for North America on 16th February, and we imagine it'll be a similar date for other regions too. [image.ori

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Bayonetta
  • News Bayonetta 3 is In Development and is a Switch Exclusive

    Glorious news

    We're big fans of PlatinumGames here at Nintendo Life, and loved the Wii U exclusive Bayonetta 2 and port of the original Bayonetta. Well, those are coming to Switch in February, but something even bigger was announced during The Game Awards - Bayonetta 3 is in development as a Switch exclusive.

    • Nintendo Switch
    • PlatinumGames
    • Bayonetta 3
  • News Square Enix Is Bringing Romancing SaGa 2 To Switch Next Week

    The Super Famicom classic returns to a Nintendo console

    Square Enix is releasing Romancing SaGa 2 on the Switch eShop next week, it has been revealed. The game was previously a Japanese Super Famicom exclusive, having originally seen release in Japan in 1993. Recently, Square Enix localised the game for smartphones and the Switch version is...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Romancing SaGa 2
  • News Smash Bros. Fans Should Take Note - Brawlout Arrives on Switch on 19th December

    Hard to resist

    A little while ago we shared news on Brawlout, a title by Angry Mob Games that isn't hesitant to affirm itself as an Indie take on the Smash Bros. style of brawling. Similar techniques are cited as key to gameplay, and you use assorted - in some cases familiar - indie characters to bash others off the screen. Back in...

    • Switch eShop
    • Brawlout Game
    • Angry Mob Games
  • News This Playtonic Art Could Be The Closest We'll Get To Seeing Banjo-Kazooie And Switch Together

    Former Rare artists celebrate their Nintendo past

    To celebrate the long-awaited release of Yooka-Laylee on Switch, Playtonic's artists have been paying tribute to their past connection with Nintendo. As you know, Playtonic's core team is made up of former Rare staffers who worked on some of the company's most famous NES, SNES and N64 era titles...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Yooka-Laylee
    • Playtonic
    • Rare
  • News The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Wins Game of the Year at The Game Awards

    Not much of a surprise there

    The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the most critically acclaimed games ever, let alone this year, so it was a foregone conclusion that it’d be scooping up plenty Game of the Year awards at years’ end. Then Super Mario Odyssey came out and received similar acclaim, making it a tough pick between two of...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • The Game Awards
    • Breath of the Wild
  • Video Taking on the Final Boss with the Master Cycle Zero in Zelda: Breath of the Wild

    Oh come on, you know who it is

    If there's one thing we know here at NL Towers, it's that unpredictable vehicular inclusion in a fantasy game can only be a good thing. Or at the very least it is with Breath of the Wild. Naturally we were wondering where we might be able to use this technical beast, and with the word 'beast' on the brain we very...

    • Breath of the Wild
    • The Legend of Zelda
    • Zelda
    • Nintendo Switch
  • News FIFA 18 Nets A Sizeable Update On Switch

    Back of the net

    Electronic Arts has just pushed out a large update for FIFA 18 which fixes a wide range of issues and bugs present in the title. Here's a comprehensive list of everything that's changed: Addressed the following issues in Gameplay: + The FIFA Trainer Shot Elevation arrow was resetting its extension after shooting the ball. + The...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • FIFA 18
    • Updates
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    Switch eShop

    Review Plague Road

    The Long and Winding Road

    Plague Road is a game that defies the constrictions of definition. It amalgamates so many disparate elements that it feels both familiar and refreshing. Set in a world ravaged by an indelible scourge, you play as the Doctor, a beak-masked hero who left the disease-ridden city and is now trying to make their way back to...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Plague Road
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    Switch eShop

    Review Tennis In The Face

    What the deuce?!

    Ever since the tennis in Wii Sports stole our hearts, entered our minds and (sometimes literally) TV screens, the virtual representation of the sport has taken on a new lease of life in the home. Sure, Top Spin and Virtua Tennis have scratched that realism itch on other systems (as well as Rockstar's Table Tennis on the Wii), but...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Tennis In The Face
  • Competition Bring the Joy of Super Mario Odyssey and Nintendo Switch to Someone Special This Christmas

    Tis the season for giving

    Once again an anonymous Nintendo Life reader wanted to help us spread some festive cheer at this very special time of year. Anyone fortunate enough to have played Super Mario Odyssey this year would no doubt testify to its capabilities as a joy-simulator. Therefore we all felt that the game (and a Nintendo Switch to play...

    • Competitions
    • Switch
    • Super Mario
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    Switch eShop

    Review MUJO

    MU-NO

    The Switch has been a bit of a sales sensation, leading to an inevitable glut of eShop releases ahead of Christmas. But while increased third-party support is never to be sniffed at, games like MUJO help no-one. If you've been following smartphone games over the past several years, MUJO may well feel familiar to you; it was released onto iOS...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • MUJO
  • News The Legend of Dark Witch 3 Gets Closer to a Full Reveal, With Switch Ports Possible

    M2 and INSIDE System have shared development duties

    It's been a while since we heard anything about The Legend of Dark Witch 3 on the 3DS eShop, with our attention captured in 2016 when it was confirmed that SEGA 3D Classics dev M2 was involved in the project. The first two games offered run-and-gun action with various abilities to upgrade; we liked...

    • 3DS eShop
    • The Legend of Dark Witch 3
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    Switch eShop

    Review Caveman Warriors

    Short but enjoyable stone-age adventure for four orsomething

    When some children from a prehistoric tribe are abducted by aliens (as is prone to happen in video games), four brave warriors set out to get them back. In gameplay terms this translates into eight levels of (mostly) platforming action as you bash a variety of baddies and avoid the...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Caveman Warriors
  • Gallery Let's Try The New Super Mario Cereal

    Fortified with amiibo goodness

    Remember that rumoured Super Mario cereal? It isn't often that we share what we're having for breakfast on these pages, but today we'll make a special exception. We got our hands on a box of Super Mario Cereal ahead of its release on American shelves, and we'll tell you all about it, of course! The cereal is similar...

  • News Discord CEO Reiterates His Company Is Keen To Work With Nintendo On Switch Voice Chat

    "If Nintendo wants us to power their voice chat, we’d be happy to talk"

    We already know that the makers of the voice and text chat app Discord are keen to work with Nintendo on a Switch client, but the console maker has - as far as we know - kept quiet on the topic. Now Discord founder and CEO Jason Citron has added a little more pressure in an...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Discord
    • Voice Chat
  • News Kellogg's Teases A Potential UK Release For Its Must-Have Super Mario Cereal

    They'rrrrrrrrrrre... not out yet

    Ever since cereal maker Kellogg's announced it was once again teaming up with Nintendo to release a Super Mario-themed breakfast line we've all been banging our empty bowls with anticipation. It's due to exclusively hit US stores on 11th December (you lucky people), but the Big K has dropped a delicious tease for a...

    • Super Mario
    • Merchandise
    • Kellogg's
  • News The Legendary N-Zap '89 Is Coming To Splatoon 2 Tomorrow

    Zapper chapper

    One of the most iconic peripherals in Nintendo history is coming to Splatoon 2 tomorrow. The N-Zap '89 - otherwise known as the NES Zapper - will arrive in the Switch title just in time for the weekend, alongside the Autobomb Sub Weapon and Tenta Missile Special. Just seeing that grey-and-red colour scheme gets us all nostalgic...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Splatoon 2
  • Guide Super Mario Odyssey: Ruined Kingdom Power Moon Locations And Walkthrough

    Every Power Moon location revealed and explained

    Welcome to our ultimate guide for collecting every Power Moon from the Ruined Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey! Below, you'll find maps detailing the exact location for all 10 of the Power Moons located in this Kingdom, as well as descriptions on how to get each and every one of them. The numbers...

    • Guides
    • Super Mario Odyssey
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Features

Thursday7th Dec 2017

  • Video Yooka Laylee Runs Surprisingly Well on Switch Compared to the Xbox One Version

    Quite the looker, against the odds

    Yooka-Laylee is finally making its way to Switch, but the big question on literally some people's minds is 'how does it look?' and 'how well does it run?'. Well thankfully we can say that on the whole the Switch version holds up surprisingly positively compared to the Xbox One version. There are some notable...

    • Yooka-Laylee
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Comparison
    • Xbox One
  • Nintendo Download 7th December (North America)

    WWE 2K18! The End is Nigh! The Sexy Brutale! Dimension Drive! Many more!

    It's one of the busiest weeks yet on the Switch eShop, which is saying something. We have two retail titles followed by a huge number of interesting download-only games. The 3DS and Wii U don't miss out entirely either, so there's a lot to choose from - let's get to it. Switch...

    • Nintendo Download
    • North America
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • 3DS eShop
  • News We Can't Ignore The Switch, Says Sony's Head Of Corporate Planning

    Nintendo's system has "captured consumers' attention"

    To say that the Switch is selling incredibly well worldwide would be a massive understatement, but in Japan it is particularly dominant, regularly topping both the hardware and software charts. This isn't lost on Sony, which is Nintendo's only genuine rival in its home region. In an interview...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Sony
    • Japan
    • Business
  • News Nintendo Switch Ends 2017 On A High With 2.5 Million Units Sold In Japan Alone

    One handheld console to rule them all

    Nintendo Switch hasn't even rounded off its first year and it's already hit another huge milestone, selling a staggering 2.5 million units in Japan so far. Now, that's a lot of people playing Switch on the way to work. The figures were released as part of the regular Media Create report, which shows the latest...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch
    • Japan
  • Nintendo Download 7th December (Europe)

    WWE 2K18! The Sexy Brutale! Dimension Drive! Nine Parchments! Many more!

    The European Nintendo Download Update is here, and it's another busy week. That's especially the case on the Switch, of course, with the system having plenty of intriguing new options. The 3DS and Wii U also have a few new downloads to consider, so let's get to the details...

    • Nintendo Download
    • Europe
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • New Nintendo 3DS
  • News Outlast I and II To Scare Their Way Onto Switch in Q1 2018

    Jump scares in your pocket

    On a day where the announcements and Nintendo news keeps coming, developer Red Barrels has only gone and dropped a terrifying bombshell with the reveal that Outlast and Outlast II are coming to Nintendo Switch in Q1 2018. The news came from Red Barrels official Facebook page, with the first Outlast shown running in...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Outlast
  • Hardware Review Retro-Bit Super Retro-Cade: A Treasure Trove Of Vintage Gaming Goodness

    Finally, a legal way to play Boogie Wings in your home

    It's fair to say they we weren't all that impressed by the Retro-Bit Generations, 2016's attempt to bring a selection of classic Data East, Capcom and Jaleco titles to the home. An odd library, terrible emulation and general sloppiness made it a product to avoid, despite the tantalising promise...

    • Hardware Review
    • Features
    • Retro
    • Retro-Bit
    • SNES
  • News Ryan Reynolds Will Provide the Voice of Detective Pikachu

    Super effective?

    Production on the upcoming live-action Detective Pikachu movie has been progressing at a slow and steady rate, but the actor behind the titular role has been kept tightly under wraps until now. The running joke on the internet was that Danny DeVito should be the one, but it would of course be fascinating to see who would be picked...

    • Movies
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Detective Pikachu
  • News Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Gets a Free 'Versus' Mode Update Tomorrow

    Wahoo!

    Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle is an excellent game that is slowly getting extra content through a season pass. As a festive treat, however, Ubisoft is rolling out a free update (on 8th December) that'll add a Versus Mode. Played locally, each player will choose three characters and pick between pre-set loadouts, ensuring things stay...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Mario + Rabbids
    • Ubisoft
  • Reminder Join Us for The Game Awards - Here's Hoping for Nintendo Wins and Reveals!

    Get the coffee on if you're in Europe

    The Game Awards are today / tomorrow depending on the region, and should bring some Nintendo goodness. The big N has been very active in the show over the last few years, and let's not forget it showed off The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild twice, most notably in its near final form last year. If Nintendo...

    • TheGameAwards
    • Nintendo Switch
    • 3DS
  • News Legrand Legacy Is Bringing Classic JRPG Action To Switch In Early 2019

    That's right, the year after next year

    We all love a good JRPG here at Nintendo Life and we have to say that Legrand Legacy is looking pretty damn brilliant, but you'll have to wait a long while until you get to play it.  We just got word from publish Another Indie who told us the game would be released on the Switch in Q1 2019. Guess that...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Video Digital Foundry Gives Its Full Tech Analysis of Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 on Switch

    Spookily good?

    A little while ago Capcom released Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil Revelations 2 on the Switch, with some unique features such as amiibo support, HD Rumble (which is quite well done) and motion controls. We reckon they're pretty good experiences - the first is solid as expected, and the second is pretty...

    • Digital Foundry
    • Resident Evil
    • Nintendo Switch
  • News Lost Sphear Now Has a Demo on the European Switch eShop

    It's been found

    Lost Sphear, published by Square Enix and made by the team behind I am Setsuna, isn't too far away from its 23rd January Western release on the Switch. In this case the story revolves around attempting to return memories to the world, and in terms of smart mechanics it boasts of the ability to move your characters around between...

    • Lost Sphear
    • Switch eShop
    • Demo
  • Random This Fan-Made Satoru Iwata amiibo Gives Us The Feels

    "In my heart, I am a gamer"

    Yesterday would have been Satoru Iwata's 58th birthday. The Nintendo president tragically passed away in 2015 and left behind a striking legacy within the games industry, having overseen some of the company's biggest commercial and critical successes. Since his passing, many within the industry have done their best...

    • Random
    • Satoru Iwata
    • amiibo
  • News Pixel-Heavy Fantasy Adventure Hammerwatch Is Storming The Switch eShop Next Week

    With online co-op coming in the future

    Blitworks has revealed that it is bringing Crackshell's Hammerwatch to the Nintendo Switch next week. The pixel-rich fantasy action title sees you taking down hundreds of enemies as you attempt to storm the castle of Hammerwatch. 6 character classes are available, as well as a new one - Sorcerer - which is...

    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Rumour Scribblenauts Showdown Spotted on Taiwanese Ratings Board

    Hmmmm…

    Scribblenauts is a franchise that has been popular on Nintendo systems since the days of the Nintendo DS, though it hasn’t gotten a new entry in a number of years after failing to meet sales expectations. After the development studio, 5th Cell, had significant layoffs and Warner Brothers cancelled it’s then-upcoming Scribblenauts game,...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Rumour
    • Scribblenauts
  • News You'll Need To Buckle Up The Next Time You Use One Of Tokyo's Mario Kart Tours

    Clunk click every trip

    Back in 2014 we reported on a Tokyo-based group of tourist event organisers that set up a Mario Kart-themed tour of the city - in actual karts!  Well, fast forward three years and the the city is awash with colourful convoys, so much so that the Japanese tourist ministry is bringing in new laws to ensure blue...

    • Mario Kart
    • MK8 Deluxe
    • Mario Kart 8 Deluxe
  • Guide Super Mario Odyssey: Luncheon Kingdom Power Moon Locations And Walkthrough

    Every Power Moon location revealed and explained

    Welcome to our ultimate guide for collecting every Power Moon from the Luncheon Kingdom in Super Mario Odyssey! Below, you'll find maps detailing the exact location for all 68 of the Power Moons located in this Kingdom, as well as descriptions on how to get each and every one of them. The...

    • Guides
    • Super Mario Odyssey
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Features

Wednesday6th Dec 2017

  • News The Switch is Getting its First Game Boy Advance Port Soon

    Hopefully a sign of things to come?

    As of yet, Nintendo has yet to announce any plans for the Virtual Console on the Switch, making the chances of it ever appearing narrower by the day. Given that the Classic microconsoles are still in production and there’s a Netflix-like NES game collection that’ll come out with the online service next year,...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • GBA
    • Gekido
  • News Yooka-Laylee's Nintendo Switch eShop Price Is Revealed

    Same as the Steam version, but more expensive than PS4

    Yooka-Laylee will cost £34.99 (likely converting to $39.99USD / €39.99) when it launches on the eShop next week. That's in-line with the Steam and Xbox One versions of the game, but is above what physical copies are changing hands for in stores and online. The price of the digital...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Yooka-Laylee
  • Soapbox A Super Mario Odyssey Sequel or DLC is All But Guaranteed

    Come on, we're all thinking it

    Super Mario Odyssey is a hit, no one can deny that. Universal critical acclaim, a huge amount of social media presence thanks to the photo feature, and yet it feels like Nintendo has only scratched the surface of what could be done with this game's mechanics. In my view, a sequel or DLC is pretty much a given, and I...

    • Super Mario Odyssey
    • Mario
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Video
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    Switch eShop

    Review Slain: Back From Hell

    I'll be gone when the morning comes

    Those of you old enough to have grown up during the "golden age" of heavy metal will no doubt feel a connection with Slain: Back from Hell the moment you boot it up. The moody, pixel-heavy visuals could have leapt straight from an Iron Maiden album cover, while the raucous, guitar-drenched soundtrack will have...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Slain Back From Hell
  • Editorial Wii Remote Pointer vs. Switch Gyro Controls - The Resident Evil Test

    Revelations brings to mind the glorious Resi 4 Wii Edition

    If you mention 'motion controls' to some gamers they'll instantly recoil - "good grief no, I want the immersion that only buttons and sticks can bring". Oh ok, I'm exaggerating a little, but there is a contingent of eager gamers that shun motion controls at every turn. In some cases they...

    • Features
    • Editorial
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Resident Evil
  • News Pokémon, Xenoblade Chronicles 2 and Nintendo Switch Lead the Way in Japanese Charts

    Monolith Soft's title beats launch sales of predecessors

    It's that time, once again, for the Japanese Media Create charts. They make for some interesting reading this week, with the release of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 being of particular interest. Monolith Soft's title had a pretty decent launch on Switch, securing second place behind Pokémon Ultra...

    • Japan
    • Charts
    • Media Create
    • Nintendo Switch
    • 3DS
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    Switch eShop

    Review Cat Quest

    Catastrophe in the lands of Felingard

    Cats often get a bad rap when compared to dogs; yet furry felines continue to reign supreme thanks to the internet’s love of cat memes and viral videos. If you do worship your cat like a God and also happen to enjoy role-playing games, Cat Quest – published by PQube and developed by The Gentlebros – could...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Cat Quest
  • News The Latest Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gift is Nuts

    Well, it is...

    The weekly free gifts in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Switch are a quirky routine here at Nintendo Life Towers. We've accepted the fact they'll always be unremarkable, but they lure us in every time. Checkmate for Nintendo. This week's gift is nuts. That's not an exaggerated claim, it actually is nuts. For you...

    • Breath of the Wild
    • Legend of Zelda
    • Nintendo Switch
  • News Details Emerge on Mega Man 11 Difficulty Options, a Weapon Wheel and More

    And yes, you can tackle all 8 Robot Masters from the start

    This week brought some welcome news with a glut of Mega Man announcements, all of them including the Switch as a platform. Perhaps most exciting was confirmation of Mega Man 11, which is coming to all current-gen systems - and most importantly the Switch! - in late 2018. It's a while...

  • Soapbox No, HD Wii Games Coming to Nvidia Shield Doesn't Foretell a Switch Virtual Console

    Sometimes the truth hurts. A lot

    I think it's fairly safe to say most of the people reading this want a Virtual Console presence on the Switch, or at the very least wouldn't actively dislike the idea. And so mutterings are afoot saying that the recent reveal of Wii games coming to the Nvidia Shield in China could be pointing to just such a service...

    • Super Mario Galaxy
    • Wii
    • China
    • Video
  • News Metroid: Samus Returns Rolls In With A SR388 Data File Trailer

    Because games that are already out deserve trailers, too

    It's been three months since Samus Aran blasted her way back onto 3DS with the nostalgic romp that is Metroid: Samus Returns, so of course Nintendo has released a new trailer to, you know, remind you it exists. Entitled 'SR388 Data File', the video shows off some of the armoured bounty...

    • 3DS
    • New Nintendo 3DS
    • Video
    • Metroid
  • Out Today WWE 2K18 Spears Its Way Onto Nintendo Switch

    Finally!

    It's been a whole five years since a good ol 'rasslin game made an appearance on a Nintendo console (the last one being WWE '13 on Wii), so we're marking out like crazy for the full fat port of WWE 2K18 on Switch. As promised it is actually out today on the EU and US eShops, and will set you back a tidy £54.99 / €59.9

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • WWE 2K18
  • News The Next Penelope Races Onto The Nintendo Switch This Month

    Soaring through all the galaxies

    Originally pitched as a Wii U port a few years back, The Next Penelope is finally touching down on a Nintendo console - the Switch, to be precise. The top-down combat racer will launch on the Switch eShop on December 21st. Seaven Studio appears to be the team behind the port of Aurelien Regard's PC-based original -...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News WayForward Reveals a New Trailer for its Next Shantae Expansion

    Assemble the team

    Shantae: Half-Genie Hero was a remarkable game on release, though it did feel like it was a bit on the short side. Fortunately, WayForward addressed this with some plans to expand the game in new and interesting ways. A few months ago, the game received a DLC campaign starring Risky Boots, Shantae’s nemesis. Featuring remixed...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Shantae
    • DLC
  • News Bridge Constructor Portal Is Coming To Switch In Early 2018

    GLaDOS to see it

    Headup Games has revealed that it is bringing ClockStone's Bridge Constructor Portal to the Nintendo Switch next year. An update of the smartphone title Bridge Constructor created in conjunction with Portal studio Valve, Bridge Constructor Portal features the "vehicle-based test chambers" of Aperture...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Online Brawler Starflux Rivals Is Headed To Switch

    Along with puzzle platformer Shiftlings

    Indie studio Rock Pocket has confirmed that it is bringing its multiplayer competitive brawler Starflux Rivals to the Nintendo Switch. Inspired by Smash Bros. and Worms, the title boasts destructible terrain, gravity-based gameplay, three game modes and six playable characters. Throw in environmental...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
  • News Pokémon GO Gen 3 Confirmed, Along With Groundbreaking "Real-World" Weather Effects

    50 monsters initially

    Update: It's happening - but only 50 monsters from Gen 3 will initially be available. Here's some PR: Dozens of Pokémon originally discovered in the Hoenn region are now available to discover, catch, and collect in Pokémon GO. Pokémon including Treecko, Torchic and Mudkip can now be discovered...

    • Pokemon
    • Pokemon GO
    • Mobile
    • Smartphones
  • News PolyGod Aims to Bring 'Hardcore' and Colourful FPS Action to Switch Next Year

    Aiming for a 'classic gameplay vibe'

    For those that like shooting things the Switch is, slowly and surely, offering some solid options. We already have DOOM and others, with Morphies Law also due relatively soon. Another game hoping to fill the gap in early 2018 is PolyGod by Krafted Games. Though in some ways it's sporting a basic look, it has a...

    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Random Check Out This Japanese Guide to Classic LCD Games

    Yes, that includes Game & Watch

    There are lots of gamers out there who seem to love physical media. Whenever a digital-only game gets a sudden print run on card or disc, people go crazy! Also, plenty of gamers love books - especially books on games. There have been countless tomes released over the last few years; practically every topic has been...

    • Retro
    • Japan
  • News The Last Blade Is Your Next Neo Geo ACA Release On Switch

    Japanese Bakumatsu era sensation slashing to eShop

    If Samurai Showdown and Garou: Mark of the Wolves had a beautiful son, they would call it The Last Blade. A dream combination of the first armed combat and the animation of the second, The Last Blade brings along a unique feature that turns what might be just another button mashing contest int

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Neo Geo
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Get Those Vocal Cords Ready, Joysound Karaoke Is Coming To Switch

    And it works with your Wii U microphone!

    It's time to dust off those mics and get those vocal cords ready, because Nintendo has confirmed that Joysound is coming to the Switch as a free download on the Japanese eShop. Like the Wii U version, the game will grant access to 140,000 songs which can be played using timed tickets. ¥324 gets you 3 hours...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Joysound
    • Japan
    • Switch eShop
  • News Floor Kids Dances Onto Switch Very Soon

    This week in North America, a little longer to wait for Europe

    Since its big push in a Nindies Showcase broadcast as a Switch console exclusive, 'breakdance battle game' Floor Kids has had us intrigued. With a distinctive visual style and fresh music from Kid Koala it's hard to miss, and we'll find out imminently whether the end result lives up to...

    • Switch eShop
    • Floor Kids
  • Reminder Get Ready For The Massive Martial Arts ARMS Party Crash

    It all kicks off on Friday

    We recently brought you the news about the upcoming ARMS Party Clash, but we've got a few more details from Nintendo today so we thought we'd keep you up to date. In this ARMS online event players fight against each other in a rapidly rotating variety of different matches. The next Party Crash event brings Ninjara and Min...

    • ARMS
    • Party Clash
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Reminder

Tuesday5th Dec 2017

  • Random Mother Orders Nintendo Switch From Amazon, Gets Box Of Washing Powder Instead

    A complete wash-out

    When British mother-of-two Charlotte Moore ordered a Switch console during Amazon's Cyber Monday event she probably felt pretty pleased with herself - Nintendo's hybrid machine is going to be a hot ticket this Christmas, and she'd managed to secure one for a reasonable price for her kids to unwrap on the big day. However, when...

    • Random
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Christmas
    • Drama
  • News Nintendo Switch System Update 4.1.0 Brings Even More Stability

    And fixes motion controls, too

    We love a good system update here at Nintendo Life and when we hear that it will offer even more stability we get really excited. Nintendo Switch system update v4.1.0 is now live and looks set to be another winner, making the Switch more stable than we could ever have imagined. This patch also improves on the motion...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Updates
    • Firmware
    • Stability
  • 37

    Switch eShop

    Review Portal Knights

    To me, to you

    It’s easy to instantly compare any sandbox-type game with crafting, combat and building elements to Minecraft; many games have tried – to varying degrees of success – to re-create what Mojang’s mammoth franchise has done so well over the last few years. Luckily, though, whilst Portal Knights does have a number of features that...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Portal Knights
  • Video Xenoblade Chronicles 2's Combat is More Straightforward Than You Might Think

    No, we're serious

    Xenoblade Chronicles as a series has a bit of a reputation for being a bit complex at times, especially in regards to its combat system. It's not as deep or inaccessible as say the Monster Hunter series, but it's still a daunting array of numbers and graphics for someone fresh to the series. Well, as explained in the video...

    • Xenoblade Chronicles 2
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Guide
  • News Nintendo Is Bringing Classic Wii Games To The Nvidia Shield In China

    Could we see these on Switch?

    Earlier this year we brought you the rumour that Nintendo was planning to release New Super Mario Bros on the Nvidia Shield in China. Given how difficult it is to sell consoles in China, it would appear that Nintendo is using smart devices like the Nvidia Shield to crack the market and sell its games. Naturally...

    • Nvidia Shield
    • China
    • Nvidia
    • Wii
  • Poll Capcom is Finally Bringing Mega Man Back - Are You Excited?

    Mega Man 11! Legacy Collections! X Series!

    Capcom is often the target of exasperation and mockery among video game followers. Its treatment of the Mega Man series is a case in point, with high profile instances of cancelled games and the disappointing disappearance of the franchise after Mega Man 10. Then the company confirmed projects for a cartoon...

    • Features
    • Poll
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Mega Man
    • Capcom
  • Guide Breathe Easy, You Can Disable Character Voices in Xenoblade Chronicles 2

    "I'm really fee-"

    Personally, if I have one major gripe about Xenoblade Chronicles 2 it's the fact that the characters all have verbal diarrhoea seemingly all of the time. A lot of the time it's not too big of a deal, but when you start going up against enemies clever enough to also spout their own vocal nonsense it rapidly starts to become a...

    • Xenoblade Chronicles 2
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Video
  • Guide The Best Nintendo Christmas Gifts For 2017 - US Edition

    'Tis the season to be jolly

    It's that time of year when we look forward to the Holidays on the one hand, and suffer sweaty brows on the other as we fret over late gift purchases. What to get your Nintendo-obsessed loved one this festive season? What gift will be good enough? Well, don't fret, we've looked around the web to find a range of gifts...

    • Guides
    • Christmas
    • Deals
    • Features
    • North America
  • Out Today A Couple of Intriguing Downloads Get the Switch eShop's Week Underway

    Games to share with others

    In recent weeks we've seen a glut of new Switch eShop titles arrive earlier than the standard download update. With the retail scene now backing off until next year the burden falls on download-only games - though there are less titles making their mark early this time around, those that do arrive today have plenty of...

    • Switch eShop
    • Out Today
  • News Resident Evil Nearly Got its Start on the SNES

    Whaaa?

    Resident Evil is arguably the most prominent horror franchise in existence, spanning several consoles over a few generations, starting on the PlayStation. Though the series has taken some very different directions with all its spin-offs and sequels, the original still stands as a classic that is revered by many, even if it hasn’t aged all...

    • Retro
    • Resident Evil
    • SNES
  • News WWE 2K18 Finally Arrives on Switch 'Starting December 6th'

    Just make sure your SD card has plenty of space

    We're not sure what's been going on with WWE 2K18 on Switch, with the publisher saying little of note as the weeks drifted by with no release. Pre-orders got pushed back, videos of the game appeared and then disappeared just as quickly, making it seem like the exact opposite of 'launching a video game...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • WWE Games
    • WWE 2K18
  • 15

    Switch eShop

    Review Red Game Without a Great Name

    Flying low

    The influx of mobile games on the Nintendo Switch since its launch has been met with mixed reactions. On the one hand it provides some approachable experiences, complimenting the other games on the eShop and indeed on store shelves. At their best, these mobile titles introduce new audiences to hidden gems with complete content packages...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Red Game Without a Great Name
  • News GameFly Lists Titan Quest For Nintendo Switch Release

    Could this 2006 cult classic be getting resurrected?

    GameFly has listed Titan Quest: Anniversary Edition for release on the Nintendo Switch. The work of Age of Empires co-creator Brian Sullivan and Braveheart scribe Randall Wallace, Titan Quest is an action RPG which draws inspiration from the myths and legends of ancient Greece, Egypt and...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • THQ Nordic
    • Titan Quest
  • News Fire Emblem Warriors' New DLC to Blaze In Before Xmas

    New season pass content to hit Switch/New 3DS in Japan on 21 December

    Fire Emblem Warriors' long anticipated first batch of DLC - evocatively titled 'DLC Pack #1 - Fire Emblem Fates' - will be hitting New 3DS and Switch 10 days earlier than planned on 21 December. Unfortunately, that date is only for those playing in Japan, but it does mean Fire...

    • Fire Emblem
    • Nintendo Switch
    • New Nintendo 3DS
    • DLC
  • Random Yoko Taro Shares Impressions on Tiny Metal After a 5 Minute Preview

    "...THIS IS GOOD."

    Tiny Metal may have been delayed, but it's still on track to become - potentially - a viable option for Advance Wars and Switch fans around the globe. The latest news regarding the Sony-published title has not been the best, but this week the director of the game invited famous Japanese video game director and scenario writer Yoko...

    • Switch eShop
    • Tiny Metal
    • Yoko Taro
  • Random Check Out Tobu Tobu Girl, a New Game Boy Release

    There's even a physical edition

    Above is a teaser trailer from last year for Tobu Tobu Girl by Tangram Games, a game in which you try to continually go higher by bouncing off enemies and flapping your arms. It's pretty darn charming, and it's out now. Yep, it's a freshly released Game Boy title, which can be downloaded for free via its official...

    • Game Boy
    • Retro
    • Random
  • 12

    Switch eShop

    Review Transcripted

    Fusing genres

    Transcripted, developed by Alkemi, is a new take on two well established game types: the twin stick shooter and the match three puzzle game. Both have seen much popularity recently amongst indie game developers. However, Transcripted has managed to take these elements and blend them together into a thoroughly enjoyable experience...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Transcripted
  • Video Here's How You Play Switch Drumming Game Gal Metal

    Waggle to the beat

    Gal Metal launches early next year, and DMM Games has released a new trailer which shows how the game's drumming mechanics work. As you can see, the aim is to shake the JoyCon controllers in time with the music - as you perform, a group of 3D characters jam out. Rawk. Gal Metal is scheduled for launch in Japan on February 8th,...

    • Video
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Gal Metal
    • Japan
  • News Pokémon Duel Gets Another Hefty Update

    A new UI and a lot of slightly confusing things

    Pokémon Duel - originally released in Japan as Pokémon Co-master - is the strategic board-game fix that The Pokémon Company offers to mobile players. It's still getting major updates, and the latest overhaul is rolling out right now. It makes some notable changes to the UI, and also adds various...

    • Pokemon
    • Pokemon Duel
    • Mobile
  • News The Deer God Leaps Onto Switch Later This Month

    Oh deer

    The rate of games coming to the Switch eShop does not appear to be slowing any time soon. On 21st December for the reasonable price of $7.99 USD / €7.99 you'll also be able to pick up The Deer God from Blowfish Studios and Crescent Moon Games. The Deer God will challenge players' religious views - and platforming skills - in a...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Poly Bridge Looks Set to Meet Up With the Switch eShop on 14th December

    One for the engineers

    Throughout this year Nintendo has used Direct and Nindie Showcase broadcasts to highlight Switch exclusives of various types, including those that will be 'console exclusive'. That was the title given to Poly Bridge, an intriguing engineering / puzzle game already out on PC and smart devices. It has a campaign of 105 levels in...

    • Switch eShop
    • Poly Bridge
    • Dry Cactus Games
  • Music Secret of Mana Tribute Album "Resonance Of The Pure Land" Released

    Overclocked Remix's 65th tribute album takes us back to 16-bit bliss

    While Switch owners eagerly awaiting news of a possible Western release of the Seiken Desentsu Collection or even a change of heart regarding the Secret of Mana Remake being released on everything except Nintendo's flagship console, we bring you bit of good news and h

    • Music
    • Secret of Mana
    • Overclocked Remix

Monday4th Dec 2017

  • News Mega Man 11 Confirmed For Switch In 2018

    Hell hath indeed frozen over

    Capcom has just confirmed a new entry in the beloved Mega Man series during a special 30th anniversary livestream event. Mega Man 11 will launch on Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC late next year.  Wowzer, eh? We'll update this story as we hear more. In the meantime, you might want to look out of your window to make...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Mega Man
    • Capcom
  • News Mega Man Legacy Collection 1 & 2 Coming To Switch With amiibo Support

    Let the good times roll

    Capcom is bringing both Mega Man Legacy Collections to Switch, it has been confirmed. The two collections contain many classic titles in the series and will also feature amiibo support. Between them they'll feature every numbered Mega Man game, including one never previously playable on Nintendo hardware. The news was...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Mega Man
    • Capcom
  • News The Mega Man X Series Is Getting Its Own Collection On Switch

    We wouldn't give a XXX for anything else

    Phew! Not only has Capcom confirmed a new Mega Man game and the launch of two 8-bit Mega Man collections on Switch, it has also revealed that all of the entries in the popular Mega Man X sub-series are also coming to Nintendo's hybrid console. All eight 'X' games will be coming to the Switch in Summer 2018,...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Mega Man
    • Capcom
  • News Rainway Team Says Talks With Nintendo Over Switch Version Are "Working Out Well"

    When it rains, it pours

    Video streaming app Rainway - which will allow you to beam games from your PC to a wide array of devices - is shaping up to be one of the more interesting pieces of software we've seen in recent years. Ever since the app was confirmed, Switch has figured quite prominently, with team citing it as one of the key versions. Of...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Rainway
    • Switch eShop
  • 24

    Switch eShop

    Review Teslagrad

    Shockingly good

    There have been an increasing number of multi-platform titles coming to the Switch recently that almost feel like they were made specifically for the console. Games such as Rocket League and Stardew Valley have been available on other platforms for a while now but, when we booted them up for the first time on Switch, there was the...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Teslagrad
  • Video Digital Foundry Gives Its Tech Analysis for Xenoblade Chronicles 2

    Highlights the differences between docked and portable play

    Xenoblade Chronicles 2 arrived recently, pretty much the last major retail release on the Switch for this year. It's another triumph for Monolith Soft and Nintendo, and is sure to keep fans busy into 2018. That said, one thing we said in our review was that, although it's a handsome game in...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Xenoblade Chronicles 2
    • Digital Foundry
  • 12

    Switch

    Review Superbeat: Xonic

    Xcellent

    From touchscreen jams like Deemo and VOEZ to the button-based beats of Thumper and Dark Witch Music Episode: Rudymical, the Switch has already assembled an impressive collection of music games in its first year, and that trend doesn’t look set to end anytime soon. Superbeat: Xonic is the latest début to hit the

    • Reviews
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Superbeat: Xonic
  • Guide The Best Nintendo Christmas Gifts For 2017 - UK Edition

    Tis the season to be generous

    It's that time of year when we look forward to the Holidays on the one hand, and suffer sweaty brows on the other as we fret over late gift purchases. What to get your Nintendo-obsessed loved one this festive season? What gift will be good enough? Well, don't panic, we've looked around the web to find a range of gifts...

    • Guides
    • Christmas
    • Deals
    • Features
    • UK
  • News '90s Shmup Classic Gunbird Will Be Blasting Things To Pieces On Switch This Week

    Zerodiv does the business again

    Zerodiv is bringing Psikyo's classic shooter Gunbird to the Switch eShop this week, it has been revealed. Originally released in 1994, Gunbird was later ported to the Saturn and PlayStation and was followed by a 1998 sequel which saw release on the Dreamcast. More recently, the two titles were bundled together in a...

    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Video Street Fighter II Transformers Get An Awesome Promo Trailer

    Just in case you didn't think the idea was cool enough already

    A few days ago we reported on the news that Takara Tomy is set to release a special range of Street Fighter-themed Transformer toys, each one representing a character from Capcom's famous one-on-one series. The company has now released a special trailer for the line which, somehow,...

    • Video
    • Street Fighter
    • Transformers
    • Merchandise
    • Japan
  • Video We Get Confused By Shinobi Refle -Senran Kagura-

    "Is this a boss fight?"

    It's fair to say that the Senran Kagura series is something of an acquired taste thanks to its large-chested protagonists and their various states of undress, but plenty of people are "into it", as is evidenced by the rather swift manner in which the franchise has made its way to Switch.  Shinobi Refle -Senran...

    • Switch eShop
    • Video
    • Senran Kagura
  • Hardware Review Hyperkin Supa Retron HD: Time To Dust Off Those SNES Carts

    Love the SNES Classic but want to play original games? Check this out

    For a wide range of reasons, the public's interest in retro gaming has arguably never been higher. New players are being drawn into this fascinating corner of the industry to explore the origins of characters like Mario and Sonic, while veterans who still bear the scars of the...

    • Retro
    • Hardware
    • SNES
    • Features
    • Hyperkin
  • News Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Makes Top 20 Debut in the UK Charts

    Modest by Switch standards, but a better launch than X

    Last week's big release, from the perspective of many enthusiasts browsing Nintendo websites, was Xenoblade Chronicles 2. The UK chart results are now out, however, giving us a sense of this one's mainstream appeal - with the usual proviso that they don't account for eShop sales. The end...

    • UK
    • Charts
    • Nintendo Switch
    • 3DS
    • Xenoblade Chronicles 2
  • News Monster Hunter Stories Has Launched on iOS and Android in Japan

    Taking a bite out of the 3DS

    Monster Hunter Stories may have only arrived in Europe and North America in September, but it's been available on the 3DS in Japan since October 2016. It's perhaps with that in mind that some surprising news out of Japan actually makes sense - the game is now available for iOS and Android in the country. Pocket Gamer...

  • 11

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    Review Soccer Brawl

    Super violent kicks

    Playing SNK’s Soccer Brawl feels a lot like playing SNK’s Super Sidekicks (also available on the eShop). Both take the game of football (soccer, if you prefer) and tweak it into a simple quick pick-up-and-play arcade experience that ditches the likes of formations, squad selections, half time and injury time. Soccer Brawl...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Soccer Brawl
    • Neo Geo
  • 12

    Switch eShop

    Review Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today

    It's anything but dead

    Point-and-click adventure games are something of a rarity nowadays, but they still have their fans and there’s certainly a gap in the Switch eShop library for that niche. Fictiorama Studios’ Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today aims to fill in that gap, providing players with a dark sci-fi story that depicts the fall...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Dead Synchronicity
  • News First 4 Figures Is Working On Banjo-Kazooie And Conker Collectables

    A Rare collaboration

    First 4 Figures has revealed that it is collaborating with Rare to produce a series of figures based on Banjo-Kazooie and Conker. No shots of the actual figures have been shown so far, but the company has stated that it is an "honour" to be working with these two highly-esteemed gaming legends. There's no release date for...

    • Banjo-Kazooie
    • First 4 Figures
    • Merchandise
    • Rare
    • Conker
  • 10

    Switch eShop

    Review Star Ghost

    Flappy Spaceships

    We're always intrigued by the games that take a simple design concept and run with it. There’s never any middle ground with such an endeavour; either it’s strong enough to hold a player's attention for the entire span of play or its gimmick doesn’t hold up beyond the first few minutes of “that was neat” and promptly falls...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Star Ghost
  • News Mutant Mudds Collection is Out Soon With a Nice 'Early Birds' Discount

    Lots of muddy goodness

    We've seen a number of enticing ports come to the Switch eShop, and Mutant Mudds Collection is another to add to the list. It has Mutant Mudds Deluxe, Mutant Mudds Super Challenge and the all-new Mudd Blocks in one package, with online leaderboards, video capture and

    • Switch eShop
    • Mutant Mudds Collection
    • Atooi
  • Video Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp's Delays Reportedly Caused By Development Challenges

    An original town building concept was rejected

    Nintendo has, slowly and surely, released a small number of varied mobile titles utilising some of its biggest franchises. Progress hasn't been as rapid as initially expected, however, especially in the case of Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, which was originally due in Fall / Autumn 2016. The arrival of...

    • Nintendo Mobile
    • Animal Crossing
    • Pocket Camp
  • Reminder Dimension Drive is a Tempting Shoot 'em Up Option on Switch This Week

    Keep your eyes open

    Each week brings a dizzying range of new titles on the Switch eShop, a number of which we've already covered in news posts in recent times - the likes of Slain: Back from Hell and The Sexy Brutale are right around the corner. Another title that deserves a nod to be on the radar, also out this week, is Dimension Drive. As you...

    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Video Take To The Skies In This Trailer For Factor 5's Unreleased WeFly

    Pilotwings on Wii, basically

    Earlier this year we reported on Liam Robertson's excellent investigation into Factor 5's WeFly - basically Pilotwings for Wii - which went into detail about the game's development and its subsequent cancellation. Robertson is back with another neat exclusive - a hitherto unseen trailer for the game which was only...

    • Video
    • Wii
    • Factor 5
  • News Ninjara and Min Min Go Head-to-Head in the Next ARMS Party Clash

    A 'martial arts mash-up'

    ARMS has had frequent updates since its launch, and a recent initiative to get us playing again are Splatfest-style Party Clash events. The first one put Spring Man up against Ribbon Girl, and regardless of that the remix given to the Party mode was rather fun. Some were distinctly unimpressed that the first event fell...

    • ARMS
    • Party Clash
    • Nintendo Switch