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Bugs! Fish! Tools! Bells! Blathers!
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is here and is slowly but surely taking over our lives – but if you're at a loss of what to do next in the game, then you should check out the tips and hints we've outlined below. Animal Crossing: New Horizons Walkthrough: Getting started in Animal Crossing: New Horizons Given...
And it plays original carts, too
Portable N64 mods – where the console's internals are placed in a handheld shell complete with an LCD screen and battery so you can play Super Mario 64 on the road – have been around for years, but this latest effort has to rank as one of the most impressive yet. GmanModz has taken the guts of the N64 and placed...
Updated: New character Fischl revealed
Genshin Impact is an action role-playing video game developed by miHoYo, but is perhaps best known to Nintendo fans as the title which caused one Zelda enthusiast to smash up his PS4 due to the close similarities between the game and Breath of the Wild
Social channels will celebrate everything Sega
A few years back, Sega launched its Sega Forever series – a range of free-to-play smartphone releases of its classic titles from yesteryear. It was seen as Sega's way of reconnecting its fans with its esteemed back catalogue, and,
Flipping great news, if true
Flipnote Studio, the popular animation sharing app which appeared on DSi and 3DS, could be coming to the Nintendo Switch, if a new rumour is to be believed. A series of screens apparently taken from a Switch version of the game have leaked online. According to Source Gaming, the shots are from a development build and...
How to be a horrible goose
Untitled Goose Game is a game in which you assume the role of an annoying waterfowl and cause merry mayhem in a sleepy village, just because you can. It's a sandbox title which rewards experimentation, but there are a set number of objectives you have to undertake if you want to complete it. We've covered the entire game...
Chew on this
Remember that new "action game epic to follow Splatoon and Fortnite" which was hinted at in Japanese monthly CoroCoro comic? Well, GungHo Online Entertainment America has just premiered a new trailer for Ninjala,
AKA: the best bit from the movie
If you're old enough to recall the crushing disappointment that was Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace then you'll no doubt recall the highlight of that particular film – the excellent podracing sequence. That section was turned into not one but two different video games. Sega produced an amazing arcade...
Dig for victory
Bandai Namco's classic Dr. Driller is making his way to the Nintendo Switch in June, it has been revealed. Dr. Driller DrillLand will boast updated visuals and HD cutscenes, as well as five different themed attractions which each have their own gameplay rules, as well as a final boss to defeat. Multiplayer will play a big part in...
Along with all of the expansions
2K Games has revealed that Firaxis Games' critically-acclaimed XCOM 2 is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The game will launch on the console alongside four DLC packs – Resistance Warrior Pack, Anarchy’s Children, Alien Hunters, Shen’s Last Gift – as well as the War of the Chosen expansion. You'll have the...
2K Games shows Switch some love
It has been confirmed today that BioShock: The Collection is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Following on from rumours a while back, the announcement was made during today's surprise Nintendo Direct broadcast. The collection brings BioShock Remastered, BioShock 2 Remastered and
Capcom has just launched its underwater exploration title Shinsekai: Into The Depths on the Nintendo Switch eShop with a price of $19.99. Previously an Apple Arcade exclusive, it tasks the player with uncovering the secrets of an underwater world packed with puzzles, wildlife and mystery. The aquatic setting isn’t just for show,...
Well, that came out of the blue, didn’t it? Forever Entertainment’s much-hyped remake of Sega’s Panzer Dragoon has launched today on Switch as a timed console exclusive. The game was previously slated for a winter release. The Japanese version launches on April 2nd. A comprehensive reimagining of Team Andromeda’s on-rails...
And we wouldn't have it any other way
Konami – which is now the custodian of the PC Engine brand following its purchase of Hudson Soft in 2011 – is perhaps a little late to the party with its take on the ‘micro-console’ concept that kicked off with the Nintendo Classic Edition a few years back. Since then, we’ve seen SNK, Sony and Sega a
Packs a punch
Former Super Play illustrator and current Rare staffer Wil Overton has announced on Twitter than he's part of a team which is creating that most uncommon of beasts: a Nintendo-centric print magazine. The excellently-named 'Falcon Punch' will boast Overton's trademark anime-style artwork and will aim to cover features and reviews...
Itching to watch Disney+ content? You're not alone...
In case you hadn't heard, Disney+ is Disney's big push into the world of streaming. The service promises to deliver vast amounts of existing content – including TV shows and movies from the world of Star Wars, Marvel, Pixar and (of course) Disney – as well as brand-new productions, such as...
Tell us and we might cover it!
When we first started covering digital downloads back in the Virtual Console Reviews and WiiWare World days of the site’s history, we made it our goal to review everything. Every single title – no matter how small – would get a review. It was a policy that worked well in those early years, and even when the Wii U...
Which in turn was inspired by Dungeons & Dragons
Legendary Capcom artist Akira “Akiman” Yasuda – famous for illustrating games such as Street Fighter II, Captain Commando, Power Stone and many, many more – has revealed the unlikely inspiration for one of his most iconic pieces of artwork. The arcade poster for Capcom’s Final Fight –...
An axe to grind
You're not going to get fair in Animal Crossing: New Horizons without an axe, and the good news is that it's one of the first tools you'll be getting your hands on. To unlock the axe recipe – basically the document required to craft an axe – you'll need to speak to Tom Nook in the Resident Services tent. Give him fish or
The right tool for the job at hand
Tools are a key part of Animal Crossing: New Horizons – you'll need them to do things like catch bugs, snag fish,
"It's becoming very tiring and frustrating for a lot of us"
This weekend, countless UK Switch owners will flock to their local GAME store to pick up a copy of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, despite the fact that the rest of the country – not to mention much of the world – is currently in the grip of a coronavirus outbreak which is forcing people...
Animal Crossing: New Horizons has loads of lovely rivers in it, but there's one big problem – because there are no bridges, you can't cross them without the proper gear. That gear is the Vaulting Pole, which is an item you'll want to get your grubby hands on as soon as possible. As with the main tools including the axe,
To have and to hold
Item storage has been something of a headache in Animal Crossing games since they began, and when you boot up Animal Crossing: New Horizons for the first time, you'll notice that you only have two rows of storage – that's space for 20 items in total. That might seem like a lot initially, but you'll soon fill that up as you go...
How to get everyone's number one waifu
Let's face it, Isabelle is a huge part of the Animal Crossing world – she's everyone's favourite dependable helper and her positive outlook makes light work of even the hardest in-game task. However, upon firing up Animal Crossing: New Horizons you might be disappointed to discover she's nowhere to be seen...