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Runner3, the newest entry in the BIT.TRIP Runner series, was revealed to be coming to Nintendo Switch last February by Choice Provisions, with development continuing smoothly since then. After a nearly year-long wait, the developers announced today in a blog post that Runner3’s development has wrapped up, and the game has been submitted to Nintendo for final
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When it was originally unveiled, Nintendo Labo picked up traction because it came out of nowhere and because it seemed like a very “Nintendo” thing to do. It wasn’t long, however, before fans started to question the feasibility of expensive cardboard cutouts. In a recent investor Q&A,  Nintendo Director Shinya Takahashi explained why the team went
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Just following Valentines Day, Splatoon 2 is making you choose between the two biggest motivating forces in the world: money or love. Obviously, this is the latest incarnation of the series’ signature Splatfest — the PvP faction war where players choose sides on a contentious issue and battle it out for superiority. News comes straight from Splatoon 2‘s
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During a special Nintendo Switch livestream event, tinyBuild Games showed off a brief teaser trailer for their survival horror stealth title Hello Neighbor. If you’re not familiar with Hello Neighbor your goal is simple, sneak into your neighbor’s home and enter their basement to uncover a secret. The title’s artificial intelligence will adapt based on how you’ve gone
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Today during a special Nintendo Switch focused livestream event, tinyBuild Games announced that they’d be bringing Streets of Rogue to the Switch, but after the event, it was also confirmed to be coming to Xbox One. If you’re not familiar with the title, it’s a rogue-lite that drops players into a procedurally generated city that’s always
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Shortly after the first version of Minecraft hit PCs in 2009, it became a worldwide phenomenon. The series has been ported to every platform imaginable since then and has sold millions, a monumental feat for what started as a passion project from an indie developer. Unfortunately, when something becomes as successful as Minecraft, a plethora of
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Last year, I reviewed Pokémon Silver when it was re-released on 3DS. While I did feel that the game has dated in some areas, I also believed that the Generation II games were when the Pokémon series cemented itself as a mechanically solid series that was here to stay. That being said, Pokémon Crystal was surprisingly absent from the initial
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Move over Detective Pikachu — Nintendo has a brand new movie partnership with animation studio Illumination Entertainment that will get you hooked on the brothas’! According to a recent Tweet from Nintendo, the game and film studio are partnering up to create a new movie Super Mario movie. Even better, we know that Nintendo will hopefully not
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With Nintendo dutifully hitting their plans to release an Animal Crossing, Fire Emblem, and Pokemon game for mobile systems, the Kyoto-based publisher is now expanding their mobile plans to more iconic series — namely, Mario Kart. In an announcement moments ago, Nintendo revealed by Twitter that they will be crafting a brand new application titled Mario Kart Tour. This news is
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Today, during Nintendo’s corporate strategy meeting, CEO Tatsumi Kimishima gave a few updates about the performance of the Switch and the manufacturer’s plans for the console and the rest of its lineup. The information was provided on Twitter by the Wall Street Journal’s tech reporter Takashi Mochizuki. We hear that sales-through to customers are at roughly 13
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Today Nintendo announced its financial results for the nine months ended on December 31st, 2017. As you can see in the table below, all the figures are firmly in the black, and massively improved compared to the same period in the previous year, during which the hardware manufacturer and software publisher from Kyoto posted losses.
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According to the official Legrand Legacy Twitter account, Semisoft Studios plans on bringing their fresh take on classic RPGs to the Nintendo Switch sometime before the end of the year. Switch release is planned for this year. — Legrand Legacy (@LegrandLegacy) January 28, 2018 Back in November, the team announced that it would be bringing the game
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Earlier this week, Limited Run Games announced that they’d be giving two indie titles from Tribute Games physical releases on the Nintendo Switch. The two titles are Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition and Flinthook. If you follow Limited Run Games already you probably know that Flinthook already received a Limited Run release with the PS4 version. Mercenary Kings: Reloaded Edition will be getting additional physical releases
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Metroid-vania-style turned indie hit Axiom Verge has been out for a while now, but its jam-packed collector’s edition has not. Now, the game’s Multiverse Edition is available physically in the UK. The Multiverse Edition includes the physical game in its case, a 32-page art book with pixel-art goodness and character sketches, a double-sided poster with
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Last year, Nintendo and Game Freak finally re-released Pokémon Gold and Pokémon Silver, two incredibly nostalgic and well-remembered games for many, on the Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console. After playing Pokémon Silver again on 3DS, I determined that the Generation II games still hold up after all these years, so I was glad when it was announced that Pokémon
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While I don’t play too many mobile games, one title I keep installed on my phone and constantly return to is Downwell. I just found something super addicting about this vertically scrolling shooter’s simple by responsive and rewarding control. This roguelike title found immense success when it launched on iOS and PC in 2015, and
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According to a tweet from the official support account of Rocket League, crossplay party support will arrive in 2018, meaning that the game’s 40-million-plus players will finally be able to invite their friends to play on the same team regardless of platform. Depending on the platform, players have been able to dribble, doink, and wave
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Just over an hour ago, Nintendo unveiled the Nintendo Labo, a kit-based DIY cardboard peripheral for the popular Nintendo Switch. Utilizing the Joy-Cons in a variety of different ways, Nintendo Labo allows players to build a variety of different things out of cardboard, like a house, a fishing rod, or a piano. After building these objects,
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Many Pokemon fans have been dying to get their hands on Detective Pikachu since it was first revealed a few years back. Up until now, the game hasn’t been available outside of Japan, but that finally changes in just a couple months. The Pokemon Company today revealed that Detective Pikachu will be coming to the west on March 23,
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Payday 2 brought players the chance to gather together on elaborate heists across consoles and PC, and now those heists will be taken on-the-go with the upcoming Switch version of the game when it arrives for the system next month. During today’s Nintendo Direct Mini, Nintendo revealed that Payday 2 will release for the Nintendo Switch
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Released in 2014 on the Wii U, the long-waited Hyrule Warriors brought together the worlds of Dynasty Warriors and The Legend of Zelda in a unique and action-packed way, and the title is now bringing the action in a new release on the Nintendo Switch this coming spring. During today’s Nintendo Direct Mini, Nintendo revealed that Hyrule Warriors: Definitive
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This morning, Nintendo released a new Nintendo Direct Mini that was packed full of reveals and news for upcoming Nintendo Switch titles. To begin the presentation, Nintendo revealed The World Ends With You: Final Remix, a remaster of Square Enix’s Nintendo DS cult-classic RPG coming ten years after the original game released. According to the
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