The ESRB's up to its old tricks
Ah, companies must love the Entertainment Software Rating Board. Frequently the source of pre-announcement leaks, it seems they've struck once again with a rating and summary for Gearbox Publishing's Duke Nukem 3D: 20th Anniversary World Tour, the 2016 version of the Duke's first 3D outing. While still officially...
Expected to arrive later this month
Back in August, Risk of Rain 2 got a surprise release on the Switch eShop. Since then, the developer Hopoo Games has promised a number of free content updates for the game. Starting later this month, the first major patch will be released for the console versions. This patch will include "bug fixes, performance...
Double the fun
Risk of Rain 2 made a surprise splash on the Switch eShop not long ago. If you would prefer a hard copy of the game, though, you're in luck. According to a listing on Amazon, this version expected to arrive on 15th November for $39.99 USD. To top it off, the game will also include the original Risk of Rain, which was released last...
It's out now!
Bulletstorm isn't the only Gearbox-published title that received a surprise release on the eShop this weekend. Risk of Rain 2 also made a splash on Nintendo's hybrid device. This game was previously featured during the recent Indie World Showcase and is a sequel to Hopoo Games' roguelike 2
Welcome to the club
There have been a number of changes to the staff at Nintendo of America in recent times. At the end of last year, Nindie advocate Damon Baker announced he was leaving the company after 12 years. This followed with the retirement of Reggie in April, who was then repla
Duke Nukem's back on a Nintendo console
Gearbox has announced at PAX East that it's bringing a version of 2011's Bulletstorm to Switch 'early' this summer in the guise of Bulletstorm: Duke of Switch Edition. Essentially a Switch version of the remaster Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition which appeared on PS4, Xbox One and PC back in 2017, developer...
A struggle with constraints
The Banner Saga games have been positively received on the Nintendo Switch thus far, so it’s no surprise last week’s announcement of the retail version - The Banner Saga Trilogy - was welcomed with open arms by fans of the turn-based RPG. Now, the box art for the retail version of the game has