Last year, Nintendo said Labo was a title and platform that would be supported and sold for a prolonged period of time. Staying true to its word, earlier this week the company released a special VR update for Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. This follows on from
Newcomers, take note
Splatoon is getting new content this year and has recently passed one million units shipped in Europe. That means there's a lot of new players flocking to the game, and these individuals may well be wondering how they can improve their tactics and get on a level playing field with those who have mastered the title over the past...
Kids say the funniest things
Splatoon game director Tsubasa Sakaguchi isn't often available for interviews, so Family Gamer TV was understandably excited when he invited the families and children it works with to share their pressing questions. While we might want to know how he came up with the design for the game, or what the business drivers...
"Maybe in ten years I can start working here"
Our friends over at Eurogamer have posted an excellent in-depth interview with Splatoon co-director Tsubasa Sakaguchi, which we recommend you read right now. However, they've also posted a more light-hearted video in which Sakaguchi prepares some sushi. Because why not? He talk
"We worried that they're still sleeping and eating!"
Splatoon co-director Tsubasa Sakaguchi has revealed to Eurogamer that he and the rest of the team were surprised at how quickly players reached the game's level cap. As you'll be aware if you've already played Nintendo's excellent online shooter, Splatoon features an experience point system...
"I want to grow Splatoon as an IP"
Splatoon was a bit of a risk for Nintendo - it was a new IP in a genre that the company has little experience in. However, the title has proven to be a sizeable critical and commercial smash hit all over the world, repaying Nintendo's faith in a young and creative development team. We were lucky enough to sit down...
Expect a full-price retail release in the "first half" of 2015
Splatoon impressed pretty much everybody who saw it at this year's E3, and has become one of the most eagerly-awaiting titles of 2015. However, some questions have been raised regarding the game's offline potential; given the Wii U's social focus, the idea of a game which can only be...