As we approach the end of the week, Nintendo decided to reveal another 2021 game for December you may not have expected.
The 2015 first-person, zombie survival, and sandbox cult hit will finally be making its way to a Nintendo platform.
Nintendo Switch continues to take #1 in hardware; however, this time it was able to take #1 in other areas as well.
THQ Nordic has announced that the third game in the Legend of Zelda-inspired action RPG series will finally make its way to the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo Co., Ltd. has released their hardware numbers for the first quarter of the fiscal year ending March 2022.
The latest iteration of the Mario Golf series will be receiving Super Smash Bros. representation in the form of spirits.
We are in the first week of August which means one more month until the big fall games start releasing; however, it’s a good week for Picross fans.
Looks like the popular Bandai action-RPG series is possibly heading to the Nintendo ecosystem.
The Pokémon Company has announced that the revival of the N64 cult classic has more to explore.
The mobile game starring everyone’s favorite doctor will be ending service on October 31.
As we end off July, a shotgun burst of games arrives at both retail and eshop. Franchises that we thought would never get new entries are finally here this week.
Electronic Arts held their annual EA Play Live presentation showcasing their plans for the future. Only 3 announcements pertain to the Nintendo Switch.
It’s been 2 months since the last drop of games. This time Nintendo is adding only 3 SNES games to the service.
Capcom has announced that the recently released turn-based JRPG in the Monster Hunter series has already shipped 1 million units worldwide.
In a week after last week’s Zelda remaster, it is a calm one. Independent games can shine this week.