Nintendo Switch

Last week brought the unfortunate news that Telltale Games, the developer behind acclaimed episodic titles such as The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us, would begin a majority studio closure that resulted in the layoffs of the majority of its staff. In the wake of the news, the fate of the studio’s current project, The Walking Dead:
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If the past games are anything to go by, Dark Souls is not exactly much of a “relaxing” experience, but in the hands of some players, Dark Souls Remastered may be a relaxing experience in a different kind of sense. Nintendo has released a new trailer for Dark Souls Remastered ahead of its launch next month on Nintendo
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Developed by Dinosaur Polo Club, Mini Metro is a strategy game that tasks players with creating their own subway system, with the game having arrived recently on Nintendo Switch, following its earlier releases on PC and mobile. At the start of each session, players are presented with three subway stations; connecting all three of these
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Earlier today, as reported by DualShockers, Bandai Namco Entertainment announced new premium and anniversary editions of Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition for North America and Europe respectively. It didn’t take long for folks around the internet to notice something strange about the box art for the Nintendo Switch version of the game’s North American Anniversary
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Given that the system is so well-suited to being played portably or at home, it’s a natural fit for board game-style experiences to come to the Nintendo Switch, with several classics now coming to the system over the next year. During today’s Nintendo Direct, one of the more surprising announcements from Nintendo was that several
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Oddworld Inhabitants has announced on Twitter that Oddworld: Stranger’s Wrath will be coming to the Nintendo Switch. While no release date was announced the game will be playable at EGX in Birmingham next week. There is also a Nintendo Direct scheduled for tomorrow to showcase upcoming 3DS and Switch games, so we may get a
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Originally released earlier this year, Moonlighter from developer Digital Sun drew attention for its unique spin on the traditional gameplay of action-RPGs, where players manage an item shop during the day and then explore during the nighttime to go through dungeons and take down monsters. Thankfully, those waiting to play the game on the Nintendo Switch
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Last week, Annapurna Interactive surprised and excited tons of fans when they announced that they would be creating a port of The Fullbright Company’s critically acclaimed game Gone Home and that it would be hitting on August 23, 2018. Unfortunately, it seems like that’s no longer the case, as the publisher has revealed that the port has
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Little Dragons Café will launch in just over a week for PS4 and Nintendo Switch, so publisher Aksys Games is releasing several videos highlighting different parts of the game. Recent videos highlighted how the developers came up with the idea for Little Dragons Café and how managing a café works, while today’s focuses on exploring the game’s
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Every lead up to a new Smash Bros. game is special. From the exciting announcements of new characters, stages, and game modes, to the ever-joyful trailers that are always in store, I’d argue that Super Smash Bros. and its developers know how to create more hype and anticipation than almost any other game. Even with this being said, there’s
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Even since its release in 2012, Diablo III has still remained a hugely popular title across PC and consoles, and it seems as though that Nintendo Switch owners may be able to look forward to slaying demons with their friends later this year. The apparent confirmation of Diablo III for Nintendo Switch has come by way of Forbes,
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As one of the final projects to come from the brief, but impactful, run of developer Clover Studio (the predecessor to a team that would become PlatinumGames), a game like Okami certainly was a good note to end on. The PS2-era action-adventure game–originally released back in 2006–garnered critical acclaim for its striking balance of gameplay that had
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Forget the Toy-Con keyboard— one YouTuber found a way to create music with the Nintendo Switch without the use of any cardboard accessories. Armed with only a Teenage Engineering OP-1 synthesizer and a Nintendo Switch console, YouTuber Reagan Burke managed to create an entire song with noises from the Nintendo Switch’s operating system. Sampling the sounds
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EA’s wildly popular FIFA series is once again hitting PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch this September with FIFA 19. This version of the game comes with its fair share of notable improvements, including the addition of Champions League, an entirely reworked Kick-Off mode, and vastly improved animations. Last month, DualShockers attended an EA
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