Retro Studios, perhaps?
Studio head of Panic Button, Adam Creighton, has revealed that he has stepped down from his role at the company and is "moving on to something new". Panic Button has become something of a fan-favourite name amongst Nintendo Switch owners as of late, largely thanks to its porting efforts with games like DOOM, Wolfenstein,...
"It all just felt like a Nintendo game"
The recently-released Hob: The Definitive Edition came as a pleasant surprise, offering Switch owners an enchanting experience packed with puzzles, powers and a mysterious world that needs saving. As you'll know if you've already consulted our review, we really liked it – and it's clear that the conversion...
Update: Torchlight II also on the way
Update: There's even more good news, too, as the partnership is also set to bring Torchlight II to brand-new platforms. Panic Button is "working on an enhanced version" of the ARPG dungeon crawler which "will launch on consoles this fall". Original Article: Switch port wizard Panic Button has been hard at...
You're in safe hands
Following Bethesda's official confirmation Wolfenstein: Youngblood is launching on the Nintendo Switch this July, the company's FAQ page for the game has revealed a few extra details. If you had any concerns about the Switch iteration, there's no need to worry. This version is being developed by the talented team at Panic...
“What makes this work is amazing, amazing people”
No, you're not suffering from déjà vu; this article originally appeared on the site in July this year, and we're republishing it as part of our 'Best of 2018' series which celebrates what we feel were our finest features of the past twelve months. Enjoy! There’s a good chance that many of...
"At some point, we want to do our own stuff"
For many, the name 'Panic Button' is almost synonymous with the Nintendo Switch (and especially the process of porting large, third-party games); the studio's recent work on titles such as DOOM and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus has earned it a great deal of respect from owners of the console, and it's...
Panic Button has become an overnight sensation on the Switch. The talented developer has shot to fame with quality ports such as Rocket League, DOOM and more recently Wolfenstein. During an interview with comicbook.com
That's a lot of projects
Panic Button's name is one that has seemingly popped out of almost nowhere, suddenly grabbing the attention of gaming fans around the world thanks to a series of high quality, and rather surprising, Switch ports from the studio. We've already seen the likes of Rocket League, DOOM, and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus arrive...
A technical feat
The folks over at Digital Foundry have taken a look at Panic Button’s latest Switch conversion, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. While it doesn’t take the crown as the best version of the game, the engineers behind the “impossible port” have still done a sound job recreating the experience with no sacrifices in terms of...
"That's a Bethesda discussion"
Wolfenstein II launches on Switch this week, and if it's anything like DOOM, then we're in for a treat. The port will be handled by the same studio that converted both DOOM and Rocket League to Nintendo's console - Panic Button - and given the high praise Wolfenstein has received on other formats, it's hard not to...
Place your bets
Panic Button director of development and co-owner Adam Creighton has told Variety that the studio will be announcing another major port sometime next month. Speaking at E3, Creighton once again discussed Panic Button's enviable experience with Nintendo's hardware - experience which has ensured it remains in high demand:...
Including original games
Panic Button's recent work porting games (DOOM, Rocket League, and Wolfenstein II) to Nintendo Switch has been something of a dream period for the studio, with a high level of quality across the board securing it a legion of happy, expectant fans. It would appear that fans are right to be expectant, too, as plenty more...
"We might have some other titles for that platform"
We'd be willing to bet that before the arrival of DOOM and Rocket League, you hadn't heard of the developer Panic Button. This small company has become something of a household name in Nintendo circles thanks to its impressive work in porting these games to Switch, and it is currently hard at work...
Going to be "as good" as the Switch DOOM port, apparently
Panic Button is the studio behind the excellent Switch versions of DOOM and Rocket League - two amazing ports which prove that the company is becoming something of an expert when it comes to getting the most out of Nintendo's hybrid system. There's more good news to report, as it has been...
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