Crazy Justice News
More Battle Royale goodness
Some fresh details have been shared for Crazy Justice, the latest Battle Royale title aiming to challenge Fortnite for supremacy on Switch, and they definitely sound most welcome. The news comes from an updated FAQ list on developer Black Riddle Studio's website, in which various little nuggets of information are shared...
You won't have to wait a Fortnite
With Fortnite looming ever closer, indie developer Black Riddles Studio has announced that its own addition to the every-popular battle royale genre, Crazy Justice, will bring its cross-play shenanigans to Nintendo Switch on 13th June. While the two games do look a little similar, the developer was quick to quash...
Not afraid of Fortnite coming to Switch
We've been following the story of Crazy Justice for some time here at Nintendo Life; Black Riddles Studios' attempt to add something new to the crazy-popular battle royale genre has been shaping up quite nicely, and is set to be the first of its kind on Nintendo Switch. As it happens, in respo
And justice for all
The battle royale genre has been shooting up a storm outside of the world of Nintendo Switch for far too long, but that drought is coming to an end as Black Riddles Studio confirms the multiplayer online shooter that is Crazy Justice is headed for Ninty's hybrid console this June. The announcement was made on Twitter last week...
Motion aiming, touch controls and split screen shown in new footage
Everything is "Battle Royale this" and Battle Royale that" these days. It's enough to get even the most ardent Nintendo fan down, purely because the Switch is the only console which doesn't have a Battle Royale game at present. That's not likely to be the case for much longer as...
Cross-platform shooter is shaping up nicely
Last year we reported on the news that Black Riddles Studios is bringing Crazy Justice to Switch, a third-person, cel-shaded shooter game with cross-platform play that has been successfully funded via the fig platform. The developers have now released footage of the