Every confirmed Switch game from the July Developer Showcase
Following the unfortunate cancellation of E3 this year, Summer 2020 has been jam-packed with online digital events showcasing video games to look forward to over the coming months. Most recently, we've had the second Day of the Devs presentation of the year and we've collected together all...
Every confirmed Switch game from the June Developer Showcase
Following the unfortunate cancellation of E3 this year, Summer 2020 has been jam-packed with online digital events showcasing video games to look forward to in the coming months. We've already had the three-day Guerrilla Collective event closely followed by the two-hour
"One of the biggest challenges [was] switching the confirm and cancel buttons in the menus"
Announced last week as coming to Switch in the first week of February, Knights and Bikes is a beautiful-looking co-op puzzle adventure set in Britain in the '80s. Developed by indie outfit Foam Sword, it follows Nessa & Demelza as they bike around...
Double apocalypse from Double Fine
Veteran developer Double Fine today announced an all-new game coming to Switch this summer. RAD is a 3D action game set in the Fallow, a wasteland of a world that has been ravaged by not one, but two apocalypses. Players will have to battle all sorts of creatures and work to heal the cracked and barren land you...
Double the Schafer
Tim Schafer and the team at Double Fine have seemingly just realised the Nintendo Switch exists as they've announced not one game for the hybrid platform, but two. First we got news that classic point and click adventure Grim Fandango Remastered is headed to the eShop, and now it's been confirmed Broken Age is also getting the...
Dead to rights
E3 2018 is Christmas for new game announcements, and Nintendo Switch has another one to add to its collection in the form of Grim Fandango Remastered. The port was announced during a 20th anniversary reunion of the original cast and director/writer Tim Schafer, although no release date was announced so you'll have to wait a little...
Despite its absence from the Download Update details
When Double Fine confirmed that it was bringing Costume Quest 2 to the Wii U, it wasn't surprising that a number of fans were rather pleased. The original gained serious popularity thanks to its cute visuals and solid adventure RPG gameplay, so the promise of a sequel that'll improve on that...
No rockin' sauce for you
It is with a heavy heart that we have to report that the Wii version of Brutal Legend - the Jack Black-starring rock epic from the guy who did Full Throttle - has been cancelled. Terminated. Buried. DESTROYED. According to Destructoid, the plug was pulled "due to quality and technical concerns". While little solid information exists about the Wii version - it..
Double Fine's gut-busting metal adventure becomes a strong likelihood for the Wii, although not exactly as expected.
For those unaware, Brutal Legend is a game that stars heavy-metal-groupie-turned-hero, Eddie Riggs (voiced by Jack Black), who is pulled into a world of rock ‘n’ roll fantasy where evil reigns most awesomely. Full of heavy riffs,...