Or you can stick with the collections
Last week, during Nintendo's Mini Direct presentation, the publisher 2K confirmed it would be releasing the Bioshock: The Collection, XCOM 2: Collection and Borderlands Legendary Collection on the Switch. All of these are coming to the hybrid system on 29th May. It sounds fantastic
It looks like more third-party support is on the way
A number of third-party titles for Switch are often leaked via classification boards ahead of their official announcements, and now it looks like two more have been spotted. Following on from various listings such as Metro Redux and the Bioshock Collection, Catherine: Full Body and the XCOM 2...
"details of the projects in due course"
Sumo Digital, best known in recent times for developing Team Sonic Racing, has announced it is working on "new projects" with the global game publisher 2K. While there are no details about the games just yet or the platforms they will be released on, it has been revealed development will take place at Sumo...
Annual sports game releases are a staple of every video game system's library and for the Nintendo Switch, it is no different. It typically means we see slightly improved titles year after year, including new faces, team outfits, commentary and featuring more social and gameplay features than before. With this in mind, the next entry in...
PS4 ballers miss out
After the original NBA Playgrounds game dropped the ball, the game's publisher decided to build upon its foundations with a sequel known as NBA 2K Playgrounds 2. Since the second game's release last October, 2K has issued multiple updates. The latest one is “out of this world” according to the 2K Playgrounds' Twitter...
Sid Meier's Civilization VI has just received a minor update to make life a tad easier. The game now supports cross-platform cloud saves on Nintendo Switch and Steam. In order to access this feature, you'll need to create a 2K account (if you haven't already), and link it up with the Switch and Steam versions of the game. This...
Going bump in the night
The third-party software line-up for Wii U looks pretty good already, especially if you like shooting, and now according to VG247 another decidedly hardcore shooter is on its way to the system. 2K's comic book adaptation is on the way to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in February 2012, but VG247 also reports the publisher is planning a Wii U version as well. Would you be..