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  • News Switch Was The Best-Selling Console In April In The US, Mortal Kombat 11 Tops Software Charts

    Top ten Switch and 3DS games revealed

    We're getting pretty used to sharing Switch success stories these days, but here's another for you: Nintendo's hybrid machine was the best-selling console of April in the US and remains the best-selling system of 2019 so far. The news comes from US games industry analyst Mat Piscatella, who has shared a thread...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Sales
    • North America
  • Exclusive The Evercade Handheld Is Getting Earthworm Jim, Clayfigher And Midnight Resistance

    Plus many other classic Data East and Interplay titles

    A short time ago, we lifted the lid on a new handheld games system aimed at retro players, called the Evercade. Rather than attempt to go head-to-head with the Switch, this pocket-sized marvel will instead focus on running old-school games, and it will come bundled with a cartridge (remember...

    • Evercade
    • Retro
    • Hardware
    • Exclusive
  • Reminder Nintendo's Huge 'Go Digital' Sale Ends Tomorrow, Up To 90% Off Over 130 Switch Games (Europe)

    Go! Go! Go!

    Update: As a quick reminder, Nintendo's 'Go Digital' sale ends tomorrow, 23rd May. Consider this your last chance to snag any of the tasty deals listed below. Original Article: If you don't mind buying your games digitally, you're in for a real treat with this sale from Nintendo of Europe. The new 'Go Digital!' sale, starting today...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Sales
    • Europe
  • Book Review NES Encyclopedia: Everything You Wanted To Know About The NES, But Were Afraid To Ask

    Over 870 games detailed within...

    There are certain video game platforms that stick in our memory longer than most, and these are often the systems that we cut our gaming teeth on; not necessarily our first, but certainly the ones that had the most impact on our formative years. You never forget your first love, as the saying goes. Video game...

    • Features
    • Book Review
    • NES
    • Retro
  • Guide Pokémon Rumble Rush Tips - Ores, Gears And Guide Feathers

    Just starting out? Allow us to help...

    Pokémon Rumble Rush is the latest in a line of Pokémon Rumble games, where players are tasked to battle through short stages with their pint-sized buddy Pokémon, attacking hostile 'mon along the way in the quest to catch ‘em all. Despite this not being the first Pokémon Rumble game, it’s the first to...

    • Features
    • Guides
    • Pokemon
  • News Dragon Quest Builders 2 Will Have Four DLC Packs And A Season Pass

    Pre-orders now live on the eShop

    Pre-orders for Dragon Quest Builders 2 have now gone live on the European Switch eShop, and Nintendo has shared more details surrounding the game's future content. As we already know, the game will launch on 12th July. It will receive one free DLC pack as well as three paid DLC packs after launch, with the first two...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Mario Kart Tour Beta Test Details And Images Are Already Leaking Online

    Fancy a sneak peek?

    The Mario Kart Tour beta test has just got underway in Japan, and it really didn't take long for all sorts of details and screenshots to find their way online. If you don't want to be spoiled ahead of the game's release, this is your final chance to head back to our home page and away from all the leaked images. We'll kick...

    • Mario Kart
    • Mario Kart Tour
    • Mobile
    • Nintendo
  • News Pokémon Rumble Rush Now Available Worldwide With New Update

    Psyche!

    Last week saw the launch of Pokémon Rumble Rush, a new smartphone game not to be confused with the "new and exciting" mobile offering said to be available by March next year. Initially, it was only available in limited territories, but the app is now available globally. If you've been unable to download the app until now, it's well worth...

    • Pokemon
    • Nintendo
    • Mobile
  • News Behold, The Officially-Licensed Nintendo Micro SD Card To Rule Them All

    The Star joins the Mushroom (and Zelda)

    While there are some people who will casually stick a micro SD card into their Switch and forget about it completely, if you are the type of person who likes to pop yours out every once in a while then this new official Nintendo licensed 256GB card from SanDisk could become your new obsession. In a rather...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Micro SD Cards
  • News Citizens Of Earth Is Being Mysteriously Removed From The 3DS eShop In Japan

    Available until the end of the month

    Citizens of Earth will reportedly be removed from the Japanese 3DS eShop at the end of this month. At the time of writing, a reason for its removal has not been provided. The game was originally released in 2015 on both the 3DS and Wii U and draws inspiration from Nintendo's EarthBound / Mother series. Right now,...

    • 3DS
    • 3DS eShop
    • Japan
  • Video Star Wars: Rogue Squadron Gets A Stunning HD Makeover In Unreal Engine 4

    If only it was official

    Long before EA got the rights to create Star Wars video games, LucasArts and Factor 5 produced the Rogue Squadron trilogy. The first game was released on the Nintendo 64 and PC in 1998 and the second and third game landed exclusively on the GameCube a number of years later. While Star Wars Rogue Squadron II: Rogue Leader and...

    • Video
    • Retro
    • Star Wars
    • LucasArts
    • Factor 5
  • News Baldo Is What You Get When You Mix The Legend Of Zelda With Ni no Kuni

    It's beautiful!

    If you play action-adventure games similar to The Legend of Zelda on a regular basis, appreciate cel-shaded visuals and have experienced a Ni no Kuni game before, Baldo by Naps Team – for Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC – might be worth keeping an eye on. The first trailer for this game has been exclusively...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News The Next Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Event Will Make Spirits Easier To Catch

    Catch them while you can

    If you find yourself struggling to capture certain spirits in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate after you've defeated them in battle, this week's event "Spirit Shield Slowdown" should make the entire process much less frustrating. During this limited-time event, the roulette at the end of each spirit battle will rotate slower...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Super Smash Bros
  • News Angry Mob Has Released A Brawlout Demo On The Japanese eShop

    Growing the game

    Before the release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate on the Switch, there were only so many multiplayer arena games available on the system. One of these was Brawlout by Angry Mob Games, featuring a cast of unknowns, eventually supported by more recognisable indie faces such as Yooka-Laylee, Juan from Guacamelee!

    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Demo
    • Japan
  • News Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy Of The Duelist Arrives On Switch This August With Three Brand-New Trading Cards

    It's almost time to duel!

    While some digital card game enthusiasts are still hoping to see Blizzard's Hearthstone released on Nintendo's hybrid platform one day, for now, there are plenty of other alternatives to enjoy. On 20th August, fans of this genre can look forward to the release of Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist: Link Evolution for $39.99 /...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Yu-Gi-Oh!
    • TCG
  • News The Guacamelee! One-Two Punch Collection Has Been Delayed

    August is the new May

    Following on from Hollow Knight earlier this week, the trend of delayed physical releases on the Nintendo Switch continues with the Guacamelee! One-Two Punch Collection being pushed back to August. Instead of launching on 28th May for $39.99, physical distributor Leadman has now revealed the game will arrive on 6th August, due...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases

YesterdayTue, 21st May 2019

  • Guide Burmy In Pokémon GO - Where To Find Plant, Sandy And Trash Cloaks And Evolution Explained

    Get your hands on Wormadam and Mothim

    Burmy is one of the more confusing creatures to collect in Pokémon GO, and indeed in the Pokémon series as a whole. Originating from the Pokémon Diamond and Pearl games available on Nintendo DS, Burmy was first released into Pokémon GO on 17th May, causing all sorts of confusion among players. At first,...

    • Guides
    • Features
    • Pokemon Go
    • Pokemon
    • Mobile
  • Review Assassin's Creed III Remastered - The Franchise Runt Gets A Clunky Switch Port

    Nothing is true, everything is permitted?

    When we consider the Assassin’s Creed franchise, the first thing that jumps into our minds is scale. The grandiose size and scope of each entry’s setting, each new game containing a more epic, fully-realised world than the last. More content, more history, more characters and adventure; in this way the...

    • Reviews
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Assassins Creed
  • Review Resident Evil 4 - An Ageing Masterpiece Which Deserves More Care And Attention

    Whaddayasellin’?

    What a lovely position for the Switch to be in, hmm? The eShop is bulging with quality games – ported, brand new, indie, AAA – and every week there’s a fresh delivery. It says something that one of the very best video games of all time is slipping out on a Tuesday as a digital-only release. And Resident Evil 4 still is one...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Resident Evil
  • Random The Internet Predicted The Switch Back In 2005, Kinda

    Fan-made mock-ups were on the money, it seems

    Whenever a major games company teases a new hardware release, it's common to see fan-made mock-ups appear which, despite the lack of any real inside knowledge, give us a glimpse of what could be possible. This is a practice that goes all the way back to the early '90s when crude pencil sketches hinted...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Random
    • Wii U
  • News Who Needs Motion Controls When You Can Play Resident Evil 4 On Switch The Classic Way

    Play like it's 2005

    If you haven't already heard the news, Resident Evil 4 on the Switch does not factor in motion controls from the 2007 Wii re-release. This newer version of the game is said to be a straight conversion of the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One high-definition update from a while ago. In saying this, one interesting discovery – as...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Resident Evil
    • GameCube
    • Capcom
  • News Treat Your Ears To Classic Super Mario And Zelda Songs Reworked Into Soothing Electronica

    'Mario & Chill'

    If you're spending your valuable time perusing our lovingly crafted website, chances are that you're probably quite the fan of Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda. If so, we'd urge you to check out these two albums featuring music from both series transformed into '80s and '90s-inspired electronica. Both released through Gamechops...

    • Super Mario
    • Legend of Zelda
    • Nintendo
    • Music
  • News Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp And Fire Emblem Heroes Are Closing In Belgium Due To Loot Box Concerns

    The country is stamping out 'pay-to-win' mechanics

    There's a lot of chatter at the moment surrounding the practice of 'loot boxes' and 'pay-to-win' mechanics in video games, so much so that some countries are outlawing these systems outright. One country that has adopted a hardline stance is Belgium, which is taking steps to ensure that...

    • Nintendo Mobile
    • Smartphones
    • Mobile
  • Review Lapis x Labyrinth - A Cavalcade Of Colour And Complex Systems

    Jump, magic, jump

    Lapis x Labyrinth is a lot. From the crowded HUD and gem-filled explosions of its 2D action gameplay to the procession of stat boosting systems and vast item lists of its role-playing layers, Nippon Ichi Software’s cute and colourful dungeon platformer threatens to overwhelm, but nonetheless skilfully onboards players for a...

    • Reviews
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Lapis x Labyrinth
  • News Disgaea Developer Nippon Ichi Software Facing Serious Financial Troubles

    This is bad news, dood!

    Nippon Ichi Software, the Japanese developer and publisher best known in recent years for its tactical role-playing series Disgaea, is reportedly facing serious financial troubles. This information comes from multiple Japanese media outlets, as translated by the Twitter user HDKirin. For some time now, the long-running...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • NIS
    • Industry
    • Japan
  • News This Fan-Made GameCube Classic Mini Is Both Adorable And Fully Functional

    Come on, Nintendo!

    Sure, we'll still waiting to hear any official announcements regarding a Nintendo 64 Mini console, and you'd fully expect the N64 to be the next Classic machine after the NES and SNES Mini releases, but does that mean we can't already dream of things later down the line? The answer, friends, is absolutely not, and proving our...

    • GameCube
    • Nintendo
    • Fanmade
  • Video The Making Of Koral, A Nintendo Switch Game Made Entirely At Sea

    Pick it up now from the eShop

    Last week, puzzle game Koral launched on Nintendo Switch and PC. We've spoken about it a couple of times here at Nintendo Life, intrigued by the fact that the game was made entirely at sea, and now we can see exactly how the project came to life. Developer Carlos Coronado presents a 20-minute documentary highlighting...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Video
  • News Round-Up The Animals Again, In The Complete Edition Of Harvest Moon: Light Of Hope

    The special version is finally complete

    If Harvest Moon: Light of Hope Special Edition wasn't special enough for your liking, publisher Natsume will be releasing a "complete" edition of the Switch title on 25th June, according to a listing on the GameStop website. This version will include all of the previously released DLC, adding up to around $18...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Natsume
  • Video Sega Releases Ridiculous Live Action Trailer To Promote Team Sonic Racing

    Forget the Sonic movie...

    If you're an indie game developer hoping to grab our attention by creating a crazy, completely over-the-top trailer full of absolute nonsense, you may as well give up now, because nothing's going to top this Team Sonic Racing video. We'd urge you to just go ahead and watch the thing before reading on so that you can...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Sonic
    • Sega
    • Video
  • News PlayStation-Inspired Survival Horror Back In 1995 Spooks Nintendo Switch This Week

    Who needs 4K?

    Faux-retro title Back in 1995 is just days away from launching on Nintendo Switch, hoping to scare its players while simultaneously providing a nostalgic twist. Described as a "throwback to the survival horror and mystery games of the mid-'90s 32-bit generation", the game aims to recreate everything you remember from that particular...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Switch eShop
  • News Limited Run Games Releasing Dragon's Lair Trilogy Collector's Edition

    Pre-orders go live this Friday

    At the start of the year, a Switch box art for Dragon's Lair Trilogy was spotted on Nintendo's official website. At the time, it was enough to convince fans a physical release on the way. It even revealed Limited Run Games would be handling the hard copy publishing rights. Fast forward to the month of May and LRG is...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Limited Run Games
  • Video 10 Things We Still Don't Know For Certain About Super Mario Maker 2

    We can't help but wonder...

    As unbelievable as it might be, there are still a lot of things we don't know about Super Mario Maker 2. Even after all the Direct footage, in-depth analysis and information via the game's eShop listing and website, there's plenty to find out. That's why our lovely senior video producer, Alex Olney, has rounded up...

    • Video
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Super Mario Maker 2
  • Video Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 0 And Resident Evil HD All Get Gloomy Launch Trailers

    That's a lot of Resident Evil

    In case you missed the news, three Resident Evil games have all found their way on to the Nintendo Switch eShop today. You can now pick up Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 0, and Resident Evil HD Remastered on your trusty hybrid console, and Capcom has shared brand new launch trailers for all three. Are you ready? First...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Video
  • News The Award-Winning Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons Comes To Switch With Exclusive Co-Op Mode

    And it's out next week!

    Award-winning adventure game Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is headed to Nintendo Switch, it has been confirmed. You won't have long to wait to enjoy it either, as it'll launch for the system next week. Hugely popular amongst critics and players alike on other platforms - it's been on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC, and more...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Switch eShop
  • News Sega Ages Wonder Boy In Monster Land "Coming Soon" To The Japanese eShop

    Another classic

    It appears Sega has begun preparing for the release of the next Japanese Sega Ages game – Wonder Boy In Monster Land – by opening its official webpage and listing it as "coming soon" to the local eShop for 925 Yen. In addition to this, there's also new information about what this particular version of the game will offer...

    • Switch eShop
    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Sega Ages
    • Sega
  • News The Mortal Kombat Movie Reboot Secures A Release Date

    Video game movies everywhere!

    With Pokémon Detective Pikachu enjoying a successful launch, Warner Bros.' attention now appears to be set on the upcoming Mortal Kombat movie reboot. A release date has now been scheduled for 5th March 2021. Despite seemingly being in the works - in one way or another - since at least 2016, the film was only...

    • Mortal Kombat
    • Movies
  • News Let’s Go Nuts Brings Crazy Multiplayer Platforming To Switch This Summer

    "A nutty adventure for players of all skill levels"

    From developer Bearded Brothers Games, Let's Go Nuts will soon be bounding onto a Nintendo Switch near you. The game allows players to take part either alone or with up to three friends in what is essentially a colourful, digital version of 'the floor is lava'. You'll be using a combination of...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Switch eShop

Monday20th May 2019

  • News Resident Evil 4 On Switch Is Missing Something Pretty Major For Nintendo Fans

    A swing and a miss?

    We’re currently playing our way through Resident Evil 4 for our review, and while the prospect of once again enjoying what is perhaps the zenith of the entire franchise has pleased us greatly, there’s one thing missing from the Switch port: motion control. It would seem that Resident Evil 4 on Switch is very much a straight...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Resident Evil
  • News Pre-Orders Go Live For New Switch Controller With Integrated Voice Chat And Audio Jack

    Doing what Nintendo'nt

    If you've been left frustrated by Nintendo's lack of options for voice chat support with the Switch, this new controller may well be worth a good look. First revealed at the beginning of April, the new Faceoff Deluxe+ Audio Wired Controller from accessory maker PDP features an audio jack for game audio and integrated in-game...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Accessories
    • Hardware
  • Random $10,000 Pokémon Competition Winner Reportedly Found To Have Violated The Rules

    Talk about putting your foot in it

    Back in October, clothing brand Uniqlo hosted a competition which asked Pokémon fans to design a new t-shirt. The winner was to receive a lovely $10,000, a special trophy, invitation to an award ceremony in Tokyo, and even an invitation to the 2019 Pokémon World Championships. Earlier today, that very winner was...

    • Random
    • Pokemon
    • Uniqlo
  • Review Castlevania Anniversary Collection - You'll Want To Get Your Teeth Into This

    Whip it good

    Konami recently kicked off its trio of Anniversary Collection compilations with an assortment of arcade shooters that, while certainly classics, were let down by limited emulation options (though since then Konami has confirmed it’ll be fixing most of our concerns with a patch). Now it’s time for the second helping, this time aimed...

    • Reviews
    • Switch eShop
    • Castlevania
  • News CoroCoro To Share "Latest Information" On Pokémon Sword And Shield Next Month

    An E3 appearance on the cards?

    If you're looking forward to learning a little more about the next instalments in the Pokémon franchise - Pokémon Sword and Shield for Nintendo Switch - it looks like you might just be in luck. According to Serebii, CoroCoro Ichiban (a sister magazine of the monthly CoroCoro Comic) has revealed that its next issue...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Pokemon
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Could A 'Switch Mini' Be Key To Nvidia's Financial Revival?

    "We've returned to growth in gaming"

    As we all know, Nvidia makes the clever little chips that go inside the Nintendo Switch, and its alliance with the Kyoto veteran has proven to be a profitable one thus far. However, Nvidia's business goes beyond the Tegra line of silicon and includes cryptocurrency mining, AI, automobile tech, data centres and...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Nvidia
    • Industry
  • News Mario Kart Tour Beta Test Emails Appear To Be Rolling Out To Lucky Players

    Check your inboxes!

    It would appear that those fortunate enough to have been selected to take part in the closed beta test for Mario Kart Tour are starting to be notified via email. If you applied for the chance to take part, make sure to keep an eye on your inbox. Last month, Nintendo opened beta test applications for Android users in Japan and...

    • Mario Kart
    • Nintendo
    • Mobile
  • Review For The King - A Roguelike RPG That's Best Played With A Friend

    By royal decree

    Don’t let the beguiling art style of For The King fool you. It might look like a children’s book that’s been conjured to life, bathed in the soft autumnal light of a European fairy tale, but beneath the funny hats and cute character designs sits a roguelike RPG with teeth. Underestimate the challenge of its procedural maps and...

    • Reviews
    • Nintendo Switch
    • For The King
  • Gallery These Pokémon x Super Mario Crossover Designs Are Wonderfully Weird To Behold

    All original 151 Pokémon in the works

    Plenty of Nintendo franchises are known for their adorable cast of cute, cuddly and colourful characters, many of which stay with us through our childhood and beyond. Super Mario and Pokémon are prime examples of this; with literally hundreds of character designs between them, both franchises have somehow...

    • Pokemon
    • Super Mario
    • Art
    • Nintendo
    • Gallery
  • Review Pokémon Rumble Rush - A Simple Free-To-Play Outing That Only Hardcore Fans Will Love

    Get ready to rumble

    Pokémon Rumble Rush is the fifth in the Pokémon Rumble series and the first to enter the mobile fray. This game takes the mechanics of the series to new levels by providing another Pokémon “Game as a Service” Experience, and unlike the previous Pokémon Rumble games, there’s not much of a story to this game. You get sent...

    • Reviews
    • Pokemon
    • Nintendo Mobile
  • News Retro Shoot ‘Em Up Cotton Making A Surprise Comeback On Switch

    Bewitched!

    Great news for shoot 'em up aficionado as Beep has officially confirmed it is working on a brand new Cotton franchise reboot – heading to multiple platforms including the Nintendo Switch. While there isn't much information about this new entry at the moment, the company has revealed it will be based on the X68000 Japanese computer home...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Switch eShop
    • Cotton
    • Retro
  • News Double Fine's RAD Brings Its Apocalyptic 3D Action To Switch This August

    Fresh from its Nindie Showcase reveal

    Bandai Namco and developer Double Fine Productions have revealed that RAD will be mutating onto Nintendo Switch on 20th August. First revealed just a couple of a months ago, this one seemed to go down pretty well with fans when it aired in Nintendo's Spring Nindie Showcase. Players are tasked with taking on all...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Switch eShop
  • News Pokémon Detective Pikachu Takes International Number One For Second Week In A Row

    Avengers who?

    It's safe to say that there have been some pretty major film releases hitting cinemas just recently, but our furry friend Detective Pikachu is doing just fine alongside his Hollywood superstar companions. The Pokémon film has managed to keep hold of its number one spot at the international box office for a second week in a row...

    • Pokemon
    • Detective Pikachu
    • Movies
  • News Cave's Legendary Shmup ESP Ra.De. Is Coming To Switch, Courtesy Of M2

    Psychic Force

    Emulation expert M2 has revealed that it is bringing Cave's 1998 vertical shooter ESP Ra.De. to the Nintendo Switch. Never released outside of arcades, ESP Ra.De. sees you assuming the role of one of three humans blessed with extra-sensory abilities. Armed with the power of flight and the ability to fire frickin' lasers from your...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Upcoming Releases
  • News Hollow Knight's European Physical Release Has Been Delayed

    North America not affected

    The European physical release of Switch indie hit Hollow Knight has been delayed, Fangamer has confirmed. The North American release is still launching as expected. The news comes from Fangamer's official Twitter account, which notes that both the physical release of the game in Europe and the worldwide physical release...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Switch eShop
    • Europe
  • UK Charts Mario Has Two Games In The Top Ten, Rage 2 Debuts At Number One

    Sniper Elite the only Switch newcomer

    UK chart data is now in for the week ending 18th May, revealing that Mario has managed to secure two top ten positions in another mostly quiet week at retail. A few Nintendo Switch games are scattered in and around the top twenty (below), and newcomer Sniper Elite V2 Remastered has debuted in 13th spot. The...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Charts
    • UK
  • Video Learn Nintendo Labo Tips And Tricks With This 'Director Insights' Video Series

    Creatives assemble!

    Today, Nintendo has kickstarted a brand new video series entitled 'Nintendo Labo - Director Insights', giving fans more info on the company's clever cardboard creations. Starring Nintendo Labo director, Tsubasa Sakaguchi - who was also the director of the original Splatoon - the series will share "insights about the development...

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Nintendo Labo
    • Video
  • News Vectronom Brings An Intense Take On Rhythm Action To Switch Next Week

    New trailer shows gameplay in action

    Note: This video contains flashing lights and rapidly changing colours. Upcoming rhythm action title Vectronom will be aiming for the high notes on Switch next week, it has been confirmed. A brand new gameplay trailer has also been released. We first shared news on this one back in January, with its pulsating

    • Nintendo Switch
    • Upcoming Releases
    • Switch eShop

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