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  • Soapbox Game Genres Are Broken

    I love AAA F2P VR PvE FPS MMORPGs

    If your mum asked you if you wanted to watch a romantic period drama with her for Mother's Day, you'd know what to expect. Two hours of unrelenting pining between two extremely good-looking people in silly outfits, kept apart by some ridiculous social convention, at least one ludicrously sexy scene where one of the...

    • Soapbox
    • Feature
  • News Mobile Dev DeNA Wants To Make Its "Relationship" With Nintendo "Even Better" Going Forward

    The alliance grows stronger every day

    Nintendo's mobile partner DeNA - known for past releases such as Miitomo, Super Mario Run and Fire Emblem Heroes - has been quizzed about the future plans for the "Nintendo Alliance" during a Q&A session of its fourth-qu

    • Nintendo Mobile
    • DeNA
    • Nintendo
  • Talking Point New Super Mario Bros. Is 15 Years Old, And It's Still Fantastic

    Celebrating Mario's big 2D comeback on its anniversary

    New Super Mario Bros. is now 15 years old, hooray! Yet it's not always universally loved, so our reviewer Stuart Gipp explains why it's actually an under-rated classic. It’s quite funny to consider that the highest-selling Nintendo DS game of all time - shifting in excess of 30 million...

    • Features
    • Talking Point
    • Super Mario
    • DS
  • News Did You Find The Easter Egg Hidden In Famicom Detective Club?

    SPOILERS FOR BOTH GAMES WITHIN!

    We hope you've been enjoying Famicom Detective Club as much as we did, and if you've finished both games — or if you're at least halfway through both of them — then there's a neat little Easter Egg that you might have already found yourself. In The Missing Heir, you're given a speed dial number to reach the...

    • Famicom Detective Club
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Easter Egg
  • News HAL Laboratory Looking Forward To Sharing Kirby's "Next Phase" With Fans

    More adventures starring the pink puffball are on the way!

    Nintendo's pink puffball Kirby hasn't been sighted since the surprise release of Kirby Fighters 2 on the Switch last year. This doesn't necessarily mean HAL Laboratory has forgotten about him, though. Following on from an interview late last year, when the company teased new games,...

    • Kirby
    • Hal Laboratory
    • Nintendo
  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend? (May 15th)

    Solving the mystery of what to play

    Well, another week of Nintendo news and quirky weirdness has passed. We had even more stability for the Switch thanks to a firmware update, rumours of the Super Mario Odyssey team making a DK title, the internet making a meme out of an overprice

    • Talking Point
    • Nintendo Switch
    • What Are You Playing
    • Features
  • News Knockout City Goes Live On Switch Next Week With A Ten-Day Free Trial

    A special launch promotion

    EA has announced it will offer a 10-day free trial for Velan Studios' upcoming release Knockout City when it arrives on Nintendo Switch and multiple other platforms on 21st May. This is the "full game" - allowing you to try out everything. "Remind your friends to set their alarm clocks for noon UTC on May 21 so the...

    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
  • News Koei Tecmo's President Would Love To See A Super Mario Musou Crossover

    But isn't sure how to "make this a reality"

    Ever since Koei Tecmo teamed up with Nintendo to release Hyrule Warriors and Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity, fans have been wondering what other IPs from the Nintendo library could be adapted into a Musou game. In a recent interview with JP Games, Koei Tecmo president (and the producer of Samurai...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Super Mario
    • Koei Tecmo
    • Dynasty Warriors
    • Musou
  • Rumour Sega Will Re-Release Sonic 3 & Knuckles In A New Sonic Collection

    Leaker says "it's back"

    This year marks Sonic the Hedgehog's 30th anniversary. Sega has previously said it's got some "exciting news" that it can't wait to share and has told fans to expect plenty of major announcements - including new games, digital content and more. There's already been a rumour ab

    • Rumour
    • Sega
    • Sonic
    • Sonic the Hedgehog

YesterdayFri, 14th May 2021

  • Random Fans Are Having A Field Day Reviewing Nintendo Switch's Calculator

    "GOTY"

    An official screenshot of 'Calculator', now available on Nintendo Switch. Earlier this week, Nintendo Switch got its very own Calculator. It's oddly pricey, and arguably entirely unnecessary, but the absurdity of it all turned it into one of the week's most-talked-about Nintendo Switch releases. We're being serious – news is slow right...

    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Random
  • Random Check Out These "Mock-Ups" Of Game Boy Advance For Switch Online

    Please Nintendo, we're begging you!

    If you're like us, by now, you're probably missing Game Boy Advance games. Nintendo made them available during the Wii U generation on the eShop and also gave them to 3DS ambassadors in 2011. So, what about the Switch Online? Could we perhaps see them on this paid service one day? We're evidently not the only...

    • Random
    • Game Boy Advance
    • GBA
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Nintendo Switch Online
  • News Mediatonic Accidentally Leaked The Fall Guys Source Code

    BackUpThisFolder_ButDontShipItWithYourGame

    Someone — or potentially multiple someones — are having a really, really bad day at Mediatonic HQ, as the latest patch for Fall Guys included... their entire source code. Oops. As you can see on SteamDB, a website which tracks changes to Steam's database, Fall Guys was updated with a bunch of new...

    • Fall Guys
    • Mediatonic
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Katy Perry's Pokémon Song 'Electric' Is Out Now

    Feat. Pikachu and Pichu

    Update #2: The moment has arrived, folks – Katy Perry's 'Electric' is out now. Enjoy! Update: Good Morning America has shared a sneak peek at Katy Perry's upcoming music video for 'Electric', the song created in conjunction with Pokémon (thanks, Serebii). Remember that you can pre-save the song at the link in our...

    • Pokemon
    • Music
  • News Cyberpunk RPG Laxidaze Aims To Combine Pokémon With Final Fantasy VII Remake

    What a combo!

    Indie developer Machine Elf Studios is going big with its debut title, hoping to create an intriguing fusion of games like Pokémon, Final Fantasy VII Remake and Monster Hunter. Laxidaze is a "monster-taming action RPG set in a cyber-funk future that features third-person combat and soci

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Video Pokémon Fan Reimagines The Diamond And Pearl Remakes As Full 3D Games

    Introducing "Pokémon Adventures Sinnoh"

    When Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl got revealed earlier this year, one of the major talking points was about the graphics and top-down chibi art style. In our very own poll, fans said they expected more from Pokémon games on Switch and wanted the remakes to look more like

    • Video
    • Pokemon
  • News Nintendo Switch AniMAY Sale Discounts Lots Of Anime Games, Up To 84% Off (North America)

    Dragon Ball, Naruto, Sword Art Online, more!

    Another welcome sale has appeared on the Nintendo Switch eShop, this time discounting plenty of anime-inspired games. Jumping on the AniMAY trend, the sale includes all sorts of fan-favourites like Dragon Ball, Naruto Shippuden, Sword Art Online, Digimon, and more. We've got all the details for you...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Sales
    • North America
  • Guide Famicom Detective Club Guide - Walkthrough, Tips And Hints

    I solve crimes with a little help from my friends

    After many years as Japan-only adventure games that released for the Famicom Disk System, Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir and Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind have been remade and brought to the West for the first time with a new localisation. Want to know which one to play...

    • Guides
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
  • News Last Year, Roughly 20% Of Switch Console Sales Went To Households That Already Owned One

    And Nintendo expects this demand to increase

    With the Switch doubling up as a home and handheld games console – and especially now that the portable-only Switch Lite is available – it's easy to see why multiple people in the same household would want their own system. Having multiple Switches in the house provides better multiplayer experiences,...

    • Nintendo Switch
  • News You Can Now Get A Platinum And Gold Point Coin Pin Set From My Nintendo (US)

    Or a New Pokémon Snap zipper case

    My Nintendo in North America is offering some new rewards for its members. The highlight is a physical Platinum and Gold Point Coin Pin Set. You know, the currency you use on the online store to buy various wallpapers and items? Yeah, that. "Show off your My Nintendo pride with this exclusive pin set featuring a...

    • My Nintendo
    • Nintendo
    • Nintendo Switch
    • US
    • North America
  • News There's An Animal Crossing Glitch That Lets You Sit In The Hot Tub

    The Nintendo Switch is now a "hot tub time!" machine

    YOU CAN NOW SIT IN THE WATER IN ANIMAL CROSSING: NEW HORIZONS. This is not a drill, folks — though it is a glitch, and we can't promise that it won't break your game, so be careful if you want to try it out. New Horizons players have figured out a new glitch in the game that lets you clip...

    • Glitch
    • Animal Crossing
    • Nintendo Switch
  • News Akiba's Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed Gets A Western Switch Release This July

    Launching in Japan this month

    Update [Fri 14th May, 2021 00:55 BST]: XSEED Games and Acquire Corp have announced Akiba’s Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed will be released in North America for Nintendo Switch and multiple other platforms on 20th July. It will set you back $39.99 USD. Marvelous Europe has not yet confirmed if its local release date...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
    • North America
  • Poll The Famicom Detective Club Games Are Out Today On Switch, Are You Getting Them?

    Have your say...

    It can be easy to get frustrated with Nintendo and the way in which it treats its legacy content – sure, you can play Super Mario Bros. on every system under the sun, but plenty of the company's more obscure titles are just impossible to enjoy legitimately these days. Thankfully, then, today's Famicom Detective Club launches are a...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Polls
  • News Ace Attorney Games Are Now On Sale Across Switch And 3DS (North America)

    Four games on offer for a limited time

    In the mood for a bit of Ace Attorney? Well, what great timing you have! For a limited time, four Ace Attorney games across Nintendo Switch and 3DS have been discounted in the US. We've got the full list for you below – feel free to click on any games that pique your interest to read our further coverage and...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • 3DS
    • Sales
    • North America
  • Feature Castlevania Season 4 Review - An Epic Ending To Netflix's Hugely Satisfying Series

    Netflix's adaptation comes to its dramatic conclusion

    And so it ends. After four seasons which have defied expectations of what a long-form episodic adaptation of a video game series can really be, Netflix's macabre vision of Konami's Castlevania comes to a close in a 10-part epic which does a better job than you might expect of tying up all those...

    • Features
    • Castlevania
    • Netflix
  • News Sam & Max Save The World Gets A 'Beefy' Demo On Switch

    Way to take the short view, little buddy

    In the history of Telltale Games, which ultimately had a rather sad ending, it was Sam & Max that gave the studio one of its earliest hits, which itself was a revival of the classic '90s IP. When Sam & Max Save The World arrived last year on Switch, remastering all of the content from that first...

    • Switch eShop
    • Sam & Max
    • Demo
  • Nintendo Download 14th May (Europe)

    Famicom Detective Club! Subnautica! Calculator!

    The latest Nintendo Download update for Europe has arrived, and it's bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy! Switch eShop - New Releases: #1 Anagrams (Eclipse Games, 14th...

    • Nintendo Download
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Europe
  • News Here's A Look At The Rockin' Opening Movie For NEO: The World Ends With You

    Game launches this July

    In addition to a number of first-party titles coming to the Switch between now and the end of the year, there are also plenty of third-party offerings. One of them happens to be NEO: The World Ends with You - a sequel to the original 2007/08 DS title. Ahead the NEO's July 27th release, Nintendo and Square Enix have decided...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Square Enix
  • News Harvest Moon: One World Update Promises Longer Days And More Time With Your Animals

    Tweaks based on player feedback

    If you've been enjoying Harvest Moon: One World on Nintendo Switch, you'll be pleased to know that Natsume has dropped a new update addressing a couple of quality of life issues raised by player feedback. The patch, available to download as we speak, focuses on the length of your in-game days and the lifespan of your...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Updates
  • News Chess Knights: Shinobi Is Making Its Move On Switch Soon

    Check it out, mate

    It may be that Chess Knights: Viking Lands passed you by on Switch in March, but if you actually like chess you should look it up. At an extremely budget price you get a whole lot of chess-style puzzles to solve against some nicely themed backdrops. It does its job admirably, even if it's a very niche job. If, like this writer,...

    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Super Rare Games Confirms A Physical Edition Of Inmost

    5000 copies in total, with 2000 steelbook versions

    Inmost, from developer Hidden Layer Games, is an intriguing title that tells a dark and at times troubling tale. It does so with a great deal of style and some impressive narrative moments, as we explained in our Inmost review. It's now getting a physical release via Super Rare Games; as is the...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Super Rare Games

Thursday13th May 2021

  • News Surprise! Nintendo Confirms That "Many" New Games Are Coming This Year

    Games company is making games, hoorah!

    You're not going to believe it, but Nintendo's releasing lots of new games this year. Thank goodness. Yes, as you may well have seen thanks to our coverage of his comments surrounding Nintendo's increased R&D expenditure and its struggles keeping up with hardware demands, company president Shuntaro...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Rumour The Next Donkey Kong Is Being Developed By The Super Mario Odyssey Team

    Update: Another source chimes in

    Update: Highly-respected Donkey Kong fansite DK Vine has chimed in on our report, and adds the following information: Development of the new Donkey Kong game purportedly began around 2017 or 2018, when Nintendo decided to bring Donkey Kong back internally for the first time since Nintendo EAD's Donkey Kong Jungle...

    • Rumour
    • Donkey Kong
    • Super Mario
    • Nintendo Switch
  • News Black Isle Says A Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance II Re-Release Is "On The Table"

    And provides an update on the first game's Switch release

    Last week, the original Baldur's Gate: Dark Alliance made a return on all console platforms (except the Switch) after 20 years. The Nintendo version of the game got delayed due to an "unforeseen issue" on the Switch digital store. Although we're still waiting for the first game, in an...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
  • News Target Temporarily Suspends Sale Of Pokémon Trading Cards In The US

    Customers will still be able to purchase them online

    Pokémon fans located in America have recently noticed Pokémon Trading Cards are no longer available at Target stores around the country. It's all to ensure the "safety" of guests and team members, and will take full effect on May 14th. "To ensure the safety of our guests and team members...

    • Pokemon
    • TCG
    • US
    • North America
  • News Rise Eterna Is A Tactical RPG Out Now On Switch eShop, Has A Gorgeous Physical Edition

    Including a "3D frame with an adjustable battle scene"

    Today is eShop download update day, and the dizzying list and the day-to-day overload of game details can cause some titles to get overlooked. Perhaps one of them is Rise Eterna, a tactical RPG inspired by the 16-bit era that is being published by Forever Entertainment; it's priced at $19.99USD...

    • Nintendo Switch
  • News Latest Kemco Sale Discounts 11 RPGs Across Switch And 3DS

    Another day, another sale

    Just like Monday mornings, the sun, or an angry internet commenter hellbent on ruining everyone's day, you can always rely on a digital Kemco sale to be just around the corner. Yes, the publisher is back with yet another sale on the Nintendo eShop, this time slashing the prices of 11 RPGs across Switch and 3DS by as much...

    • Switch eShop
    • 3DS eShop
    • Sales
  • News Dragon Quest 35th Anniversary Stream Will Reveal New Game Information

    Yes, we're all thinking about XII

    The last few years have been rather good for Dragon Quest series fans on Switch, with Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition being a fantastic version of the main-series game, alongside Dragon Quest Builders and its sequel. Like many franchises this year is a big anniversary for DQ as it...

    • Dragon Quest
    • Square Enix
  • News Sega Looking To Release Brand New "Super Game" In The Next Five Years

    As well as reviving "dormant" classics, like Crazy Taxi and Virtua Fighter

    Sega has revealed that it's planning on releasing a new "super game" in the next five years (thanks, VGC). The plans were published as part of the company’s recent financial results briefing, which also outlines precisely what Sega has planned for its short-term future...

    • Sega
    • Business
  • News BEAUTIFUL DESOLATION Is An Intriguing Sci-Fi Adventure That Looks Tasty On Switch

    The all-caps is the way the title's written, by the way

    May has been a decent month on the eShop with a variety of intriguing new releases either out now or arriving imminently, and another title is looking wishlist-worthy. BEAUTIFUL DESOLATION, aside from its insistence on all-caps - ASTRAL CHAIN says hi - looks like a rather fascinating top-down...

    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • Review Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition - Princely Patience Is Required

    Waiting for Space-Godot

    Another day, another Animal Crossing-meets-Harvest Moon-with-a-twist game. Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition is a farming, fighting, fishing and foraging game set in space, with a tiny, spherical planet upon which to do all of those activities: New Leaf by way of Le Petit Prince, if you will. And you are, in fact, a petit...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
  • News Nintendo President Outlines Reasons For Increased R&D Spend, Including Next-Gen Hardware

    Next-gen development "needs to begin years before launch"

    Last week Nintendo delivered its annual financial results, and it's fair to say it had a spectacular year. We wrote about some key takeaways, and one that was worth noting was that Nintendo had set a new record for its spending on R&D (research and development). Many leap to conclusions...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Financial Results
  • News We're Getting A New Fatal Frame, But It's A Pachinko Machine

    Aww, snap!

    Fatal Frame – also known as Project Zero – is one of the horror genre's most famous franchises. Created by Koei Tecmo, it began life on PlayStation 2 in 2001 but has more recently been exclusive to Nintendo hardware, as Nintendo has co-funded and co-developed recent instalments. 2008's Mask of the Lunar Eclipse was exclusive to Wii,...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Fatal Frame
  • News HD Remaster Of Xbox Live Arcade Hit Toy Soldiers Announced For Switch

    Re-enlist this August

    Back in 2010, Signal Studios released a game called Toy Soldiers on Xbox Live Arcade, with the help of Microsoft. While it remained exclusive to Xbox 360 on console platforms, a few years after this it was released on Windows. It seems now every platform will finally be able to enjoy this action strategy game - with a...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Here's How E3 2021's Online Portal And App Will Work, Including Its Virtual Exhibitor Booths

    Details on E3's all-digital event revealed

    As we already know, E3 is back for 2021 but with an all-new digital format. With publishers, developers and presenters all showing off this year's new games remotely, the event hopes to get fans involved more than ever before by offering up an interactive online portal and a special app. Today, the ESA has...

    • E3
    • E3 2021
  • Japanese Charts New Pokémon Snap's Off To A Good Start, But Resident Evil Village Is A Major Threat

    Monster Hunter Rise settles for second

    Famitsu's Japanese chart figures are now in for the two weeks spanning 26th April - 9th May, revealing that New Pokémon Snap has had a great start to life in Nintendo's home country. In the ten of those 14 days that Snap was available, the game managed to shift a total of 194,385 copies to top this...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Pokemon
    • Charts
    • Japan
  • News Sega Wants To Release Atlus Games Simultaneously Worldwide

    Yakuza: Like A Dragon paid off

    Sega's Yakuza: Like A Dragon has become the most successful title in the series' history, and it's apparently thanks to its global launch. As a result, Sega is now keen to see its subsidiary, Atlus - best known for series like Persona and Shin Megami Tensei, release its games simultaneously around the world, rather...

    • Sega
    • Atlus
    • Industry
    • Business
  • News Nintendo Switch Production Is Struggling To Keep Up With Demand

    "The fact is that our production plans are more uncertain"

    Though it's not a particularly glamorous topic and isn't talked about as much as it should be, there is currently a manufacturing crisis engulfing aspects of the technology industry, including video games. The woes of Sony and Microsoft in trying to produce enough new consoles to meet demand...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Financial Results
  • Nintendo Download 13th May (North America)

    Famicom Detective Club! Aerial_Knight’s Never Yield! Subnautica!

    The latest Nintendo Download update for North America has arrived, and it's bringing new games galore to the eShop in your region. As always, be sure to drop a vote in our poll and comment down below with your potential picks for the week. Enjoy! Switch eShop - Highlights: Famicom...

    • Nintendo Download
    • Nintendo Switch
    • North America
  • News Momotaro Dentetsu Surpasses Three Million Sales On Switch, Yet It's Still Exclusive To Japan

    Global launch when?

    Anyone who follows our regular Japanese chart updates will likely remember Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa, Heisei, Reiwa mo Teiban!, Konami's super-popular train simulator exclusively available on Switch. The game was hoovering up sales like crazy for months, fending off the competition to remain in first place for eleven consecutive...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Sales Figures
    • Japan
  • News Sonic's Second Movie Wraps Up Production In Vancouver, Canada

    Next stop - Hawaii

    Paramount Pictures announced last year that it planned on releasing its Sonic the Hedgehog 2 movie in cinemas by April 2022. Things are now speeding along, and it seems the production has already wrapped up in Vancouver, Canada. Keep in mind, it only began in March this year. The film's director, Jeff Fowler, confirmed this in an...

    • Sonic
    • Sonic the Hedgehog
    • Movies
  • News Cave's DoDonPachi Is Coming To Switch, But It's Not The One You Want

    Another 'feature phone' port for Japan

    Cave's DoDonPachi series really pushed the 'bullet hell' shmup style back in the '90s, and the company has kept the franchise going over the years with sequels and ports – including the 2002 arcade release DoDonPachi Blissful Death, known as DoDonPachi Dai-Ou-Jou in Japan. The good news is that the Switch is...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Japan
  • News Outbreak: Endless Nightmares Brings Co-Op Survival Horror To Switch Next Week

    With free DLC on the way

    Launching next week on Nintendo Switch is Outbreak: Endless Nightmares, a new co-op survival horror from Dead Drop Studios. Set right after the events of Outbreak: The Nightmare Chronicles, Endless Nightmares kicks things off with players trapped inside the remains of Arzt Memorial Hospital – a hub where you can organise...

    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Mojo Bones Is Working On A New Switch Project - Chrono Faction

    "A completely unique fusion of action/strategy"

    Way back in the distant mists of time, also known as 2013, Nintendo first introduced Siesta Fiesta - by developer Mojo Bones - on 3DS as part of its Indiecade showcase; we then saw it at a Post-E3 'Nindie' event the following year, and rather enjoyed it in our review. It was a fun game that took the...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Mojo Bones
  • News This Year's Guerrilla Collective Indie Showcase Will Feature Over 80 Games

    Kicks off this June

    Although E3 is back this year, last year's indie showcase Guerrilla Collective will also be making a return over three days. This year's showcase will take place on the 5th, 6th and 12th June at 8 AM Pacific / 11am Eastern / 4pm UK. There'll be more than 80 games featured - with developers such as tinyBuild, Innersloth, Humble...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • E3
    • E3 2021
    • Industry
  • News Koei Tecmo's Guzzler Joins Hamster's Arcade Archives Range On Switch Today

    38 years since its original release

    This week's Arcade Archives eShop release is none other than Guzzler, an action game originally released by Koei Tecmo. Of course, this first launched back when Tecmo was known as Tehkan, and appeared in arcades in 1983. The game has players taking control of Guzzler "the merry firefighter" as they attempt to put...

    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Arcade Archives

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