In September, we found out that the largest toy maker in the world Hasbro was teaming up with Epic Games to release a Fortnite Nerf Blaster - allowing kids and adults alike to recreate their favourite moments from the insanely popular battle royale game. It's now been confirmed that the Nerf Fortnite AR-L Blaster will arrive next year on...
Three games in one
Ubisoft's official website has revealed it is bringing digitalised versions of the popular board games Risk and Trivial Pursuit to the Switch eShop on 30th October. Trivial Pursuit Live! will let players take each other on in versus mode and with up to three friends in the local multiplayer mode. It's got 1,800 up-to-date...
Monopoly also on the way
The largest toy maker in the world, Hasbro, has revealed it will be releasing an officially licensed line of Fortnite Nerf blasters in Spring 2019. According to a Hasbro representative, blasters and other accessories will offer fans an immersive player-versus-player action experience, letting them fight for victory in...
Monopoly meets Mario Party
A few months ago Hasbro and Nintendo announced a brand-new board game: Monopoly Gamer. After a first glance of the packaging we instantly thought it’d be yet another skinned Monopoly board. However, after watching a video of how the game works it's easy to be sold on the idea. Monopoly Gamer isn’t just a Super...
Boss fights, coins, and Power Packs
Earlier today we reported on an apparent World Premiere of a new Hasbro / Nintendo game being hosted by TheJWittz later today. Well, it won't be the Premiere any more, as a press release has rolled out and Kotaku has posted details on the game for us all - it's Monopoly Gamer, with a Mario theme. Though it is...
Coming from the Nintendo NY store
It seems that Nintendo is gearing up for another game / merchandise collaboration, this time with Hasbro. The hugely popular video presenter Joshua Wittenkeller (aka TheJWittz), has teased a world premiere from the Nintendo NY store that he'll be hosting on Twitch. It seems to be a board game, which is further...
The amazing story of Hasbro's video-based games console
The history of the video game industry is filled with runaway successes, such as the NES, SNES, PlayStation and Xbox, but for every best-selling system there are just as many duds. Back in the '80s, many big companies saw how well Nintendo and Sega were doing and wanted to grab a share of the...
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