The full round up of QUByte Connect 2020
Brazillian publisher and developer QUByte Interactive recently broadcast its all-digital event, QUByte Connect 2020, showcasing 15+ games that are en route to the Nintendo Switch. For your convenience, we've thrown them all into a single post. Enjoy! Project Colonies: MARS 2120 Project Colonies: 2120...
Two games in one
QUByte – the developer behind the recently released VASARA Collection on the Switch eShop – has announced it has acquired the worldwide publishing rights to the fighting franchise, Breakers. If the name rings a bell, this was a 2D fighting game developed by Visco Corporation (also responsible for Vasara) in 1996 and released in...
Last November, the developer and publisher QUByte released 99Vidas on the Switch eShop. The 16-bit title was created in conjunction with 99Vidas - Brazil's most popular video game podcast - and aimed to recreate the magic of the beat 'em up golden era, when games such as Final Fight, Double Dragon,
Channelling the greats
Despite the fact 2018 is nearly over, there are plenty of publishers and developers in recent months who are still announcing their games will be arriving before the end of the year. It's arguably crazy, as this period is best known nowadays to be dominated by AAA industry releases. The developer and publisher QUByte doesn't...
Visco Corporation's classic titles live again
Brazilian firm QUByte Interactive has revealed that it has gained the console rights to Visco Corporation's Vasara series. Originally released in arcades in 2000, Vasara is a bullet hell shooter set in 17th century Japan. Its visuals made it unique for the time, but it would be the dual attack...
Inspired by Double Dragon, Golden Axe and Final Fight
QUByte Interactive has confirmed that it is bringing its side-scrolling fighter 99Vidas to the Switch eShop later this year. Created in conjunction with 99Vidas, Brazil's most popular video gaming podcast, the fighter has 4 player co-op, 11 characters, a 6-level story mode, 2 bonus levels,...
In summer 2013 we told you about HTR High Tech Racing, which aims to recreate Scalextric-style fun on the 3DS eShop. It's not a concept that's particularly common in the video game market, which may mean it'll be unique and fun enough to grab the attention of download game fans. There's a '+' version approaching release on PC and Mac,...
Minus the smell of burning metal, of course
Back in the days before video games ruled every young child's life, there was Scalextric. Here at the Nintendo Life office — where we're all rather old and wrinkly — we can fondly recall playing with a battered old Scalextric track handed down by older relations, before finally getting our very own...