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Who needs the 64DD?
If you know your way around a Nintendo 64, you’ll know the base of the console can be connected to peripherals such as the 64DD. If you never got your hands on this hardware, it means you’ve probably never attached your legendary 64-bit system to anything in the past. Well, soon you might finally have a reason to lift up the...
And PlayMagic is helping out
YouTuber Doctre81, who last weekend revealed the rumoured Ridge Racer 8 project exclusive to Switch had likely been axed, has now seemingly discovered information about an unannounced Disney action game remake on its way to the Switch and other platforms. This finding comes from the
"the possibility is there"
Reflect on the Nintendo DS generation and you might remember the system exclusive Solatorobo: Red the Hunter. The action-RPG by CyberConnect2 was well-received across all regions but only sold around 100,000 copies worldwide. Is there a chance of the game ever getting a remake, though? CyberConnect2 boss Hiroshi Matsuyama...
"better judgment sliced through and prevailed"
Senran Kagura by Marvelous might not be the most well-known series here in the west, but it is beginning to get more exposure. Most recently, the localisation team at XSEED Games helped release Senran Kagura: Peach Ball on the Nintendo Switch. Once again, this game starred the usual group of female...
Living in Hyrule
We've seen 24-hour gaming marathons before, but this particular story is slightly different. A YouTuber by the name of SwankyBox, who is said to be a "huge" fan of the Nintendo 64 classic, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, recently cut himself off from the real world and spent hours exploring the 64-bit land of Hyrule - while...
Update: A scene from the new Star Wars movie will premiere
Update: Following the strange audio test that could be heard across the map recently in Fortnite, there are now reports a scene from the upcoming film Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker will premiere via an in-game event (thanks, VGC). This information stems from the Fortnite leaker ShinnaBR,...
What could it be?
Yesterday, we heard from Geoff Keighley how there would be "around 10 new games" revealed at The Game Awards next week that no one has supposedly heard about yet. Now, in related news, Digital Extremes – the creator of the free-to-play co-op action shooter Warframe – has announced it will have a special announcement to share...
If you love old school SNK fighters, there's a sale happening right now on the North American and European Switch eShop that you might want to check out. You can get the Arcade Archives versions of Samurai Shodown, Samurai Shodown II and Samurai Shodown III for 50% off the regular prices. Thanks to the price cut, each one is £3.14 /...
Switch is all-clear
Next week on 10th December, the Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove collection will be updated with Shovel Knight: King of Cards and Shovel Knight Showdown via a digital rollout. Despite Yacht Club's "intense" efforts to get all versions of the game out on time, unfortunately, the release has now been delayed for cert
"We will be more sensitive in our future casting decisions"
As you might recall, Chucklefish has been hard at work on its upcoming DLC for Wargroove. Officially titled Wargroove: Double Trouble, it adds a new story and three new Outlaw Commanders. They include the mighty Wulfar, the trouble-making twins Errol and Orla, and the
Cosmetic item prices soar
Now that we're in December, Psyonix has rolled out its long-scheduled update for Rocket League which removes randomised loot crates. These have been replaced with a transparent reward system known as 'Blueprints'. Blueprints are rewarded to you by playing matches. You can then choose whether
"The game was running at 10 frames per second"
Although The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt for the Switch is not exactly the most cutting-edge title, it's still an impressive feat for the hybrid system. In fact, prior to its official reveal, there were many sceptics claiming it wasn't even possible. Now that the game has been released on Nintendo's latest...
Available until the end of January
Nintendo's online service for the Switch has been up and running for more than a year now. In that time, modern titles like Tetris 99 have been made available as well as plenty of old-school games from the NES and SNES era. Although the service has already got more than 10 million subscribers, Nintendo is always...
Welcome to club
Earlier this week, Nintendo and its partner Tencent announced the Switch would launch in mainland China next week on 10th December. Now, one of the biggest e-commerce sites in China – JD.com – has revealed how many consoles were pre-ordered not long after thi
There have been a lot of series that have tried to recreate the magic of the Pokémon games over the years. Temtem – a Kickstarter project by Crema that's raised over half a million dollars and is en route to the Switch and multiple other platforms – is the latest one to give it a shot. Temtem describes itself as an MMO...
Take home some amazing gifts
Nintendo is putting its rewards program My Nintendo to use this Christmas, with a special holiday sweepstakes event. From now until 14th December, you'll be able to enter once a day, and go in the draw to win a daily prize pack. You'll also be entered into a grand prize draw, and the more you enter, the more chances you...
Fortnite takes out second spot
The open-world sandbox game Minecraft has had another strong year of support from its developer and playerbase, and to top it off, it's been recognised as the most-watched game on YouTube in 2019, with 100.2 billion views. Since its official launch in 2011, the game has been released on just about every platform at...
An exclusive deal for NSO members
Update - Thu 5th Dec, 2019 22:15 GMT: This half-price offer for the wireless NES controller set is now live in America. Just remember, to purchase this item you'll need to have a paid Nintendo Switch Online membership. Original Story - Thu 5th Dec, 2019 05:05 GMT: To celebrate the NES library on the Switch...
Konami's classic shmup returns
The year might be winding down, but the emulation experts at Hamster sure aren't. To kick off the month of December, the talented team has now released Konami's vertical side-scrolling shoot 'em up TwinBee. This latest entry in the extensive Arcade Archives series was first released in 1985 as a coin-op video game...
After all, it's dangerous to go alone
At the start of this week, Nintendo revealed Link from The Legend of Zelda series would be coming to Super Mario Maker 2 in the version 2.0 update. The good news is that this update has now arrived – and, as you can see from the video above, we were lucky enough to go hands-on with it a few days ago. It's good...
A wild crossover
Update: This DLC is now live on the local Switch eShop as well. The Witcher has become increasingly popular around the world over the past few years. For example, later this month, Netflix is launching a live-action series based on the books. That doesn't mean CD Projekt Red's video game adaptation has been forgotten about,...
Resolves a minor Joy-Con issue
After rolling out a system update for the 3DS earlier this week without any stability, Nintendo's now released its monthly update for the Switch. Fortunately, this one comes with plenty of stability improvements to enhance the overall experience. More importantly, though, it resolves an issue with the Joy-Con not...
You know, the original Advance Wars game
After months of waiting, Nintendo has finally announced the next batch of SNES and NES titles will be added to the Switch Online service next week. There are a total of six titles coming to the libraries in America and Europe, but as usual, the line-up is slightly different in Japan. This time around, it's...
Arriving next week
Well, what a surprise. The day after Nintendo told us to try out F-Zero and other classic SNES games, it has now announced it will be adding six – yes, six – games to the Switch Online service on 12th December. Four are for the SNES app and the other two are for the NES app. Arguably the most exciting of the lot is Star Fox 2