With E3 now over, we are back to our normal output of games. So normal, that retail is getting packed this week.
The Pokémon Company has announced that the upcoming MOBA spin-off for the Pokémon series will finally fully launch in July.
As part of E3 2021, Nintendo held the direct many have been looking forward to. Metroid, Advance Wars, WarioWare, and Legend of Zelda were able to show up to the party.
Capcom decided to update fans of the Monster Hunter and Ace Attorney franchises on what to expect in the near future.
Nintendo Switch is once again the best-selling console of NPD with a streak of 30 weeks.
As of writing this, we are on day 3 of 4 for E3 2021. As you can imagine, it is a pretty quiet week for game releases.
As part of E3 2021, GamesRadar held a games showcase for games releasing across all platforms.
During the E3 2021 PC Gaming Show, despite being about PC gaming, five games were revealed to also be heading to Switch, including a dodgeball RPG.
Following the E3 2021 Xbox Games Showcase, A Plague Tale: Requiem, the sequel to 2019’s A Plague Tale: Innocence, was revealed to be coming to Switch.
Ubisoft held their Ubisoft Forward to kick off the first day of E3 2021.
As we wait for E3 2021 to begin tomorrow, IGN held a two-hour livestream featuring a variety of game announcements and updates.
Since E3 2021 is almost here, Nintendo Fuse is here to provide you with a schedule. Make sure you mark your calendar!
The “new school role-playing game” from former Shin Megami Tensei developers will be heading to western shores next year.
With E3 2021 making a return after a one-year absence, it seems Capcom will also join in on the fun.…
Since E3 2021 begins this Saturday, this week is pretty light. The retail front only has Game Builder Garage, the second Nintendo-published game of June.