The Victorian steampunk Mechs of Ironcast have stomped all over the PC, PlayStation and Xbox. Now they get ready to kick some brass on the Nintendo Switch, where their $13 price tag should have players lining up for more.
No More Heroes is finally coming back and Joe just can’t can’t contain his enthusiasm for the return of Travis Touchdown.
ARMS is one of the most whimsical boxing games ever created, but don’t think that doesn’t mean that there is a deep interface hidden below the comical surface. Playable with controllers or motion capture, ARMS packs a solid punch on the Switch.
Ripstone, the British publisher behind hit games including Ironcast, Stick it to the Man, and Extreme Exorcism, is excited to reveal that Chess Ultra, their new in-house developed chess title will launch this year on Nintendo Switch. Chess Ultra features stunning visuals, seamless online multiplayer and Grandmaster-approved AI that offers the ultimate chess experience. Ripstone have been publishing games for over five years, and are on the verge of releasing Ironcast on Nintendo Switch next week, but Chess Ultra is the first game to be crafted by their own in-house development team. Key features of the game include… • Stunning … Continue reading Chess Ultra Coming To Nintendo Switch
Independent developer Saber Interactive is proud to announce its arcade-style basketball game, NBA Playgrounds, has sold over 500,000 units across the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and Windows PC (Steam) since launching in May. This is the first game Saber has self-financed and self-published for modern platforms. Saber has released multiple free updates for NBA Playgrounds already, with more expected by the end of summer. Another 33 new players will be added, including current stars such as J.R. Smith and Chris Paul, dominators from recent eras like Baron Davis and Tim Duncan, old-school legends Jerry West … Continue reading NBA Playgrounds Hits 500K Sales, Adds New Free Content
Todd’s love and hate relationship with Nintendo continues. With big hopes following E3, Nintendo has continued to disappoint many gamers with a lack of Switch stock, funky voice chat support, and a few other annoying but important issues. Come on, big N, show us some love.
Chella considers all the big press conferences at E3 2017 and takes stock of the big winners, the disappointments and the surprises. Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo all played it safe, leaving Ubisoft to steal the show.
Nintendo opted for a series of presentations instead of a full conference, and managed to pack a lot of great gaming into them. We got to see an expansion for Breath of the Wild, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, some new IP and a Splatoon Tournament. Come and join the fun.
Live from the E3 2017 Ubisoft stage, watch the never before seen trailer of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle! Hear from the team about what the world of Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle has in store for all of us. Available August 29 on the Nintendo Switch! Publishers: Nintendo Developers: Ubisoft Platforms: Nintendo Switch Events: E3 Expo 2017
Bethesda Softworks showed off several games at E3 Expo, including Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, The Evil Within 2, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Skyrim for the Nintendo Switch, Fallout 4 VR and many others. Come see all the new trailers!