With the news of Super Mario 3D All-Stars finally being revealed, many fans have questions about the control setup for these re-releases, especially for Super Mario Galaxy.
CyberConnect2 is hoping to bring their popular PS2 series of action RPGs, the .hack series, to Nintendo Switch; however, Bandai-Namco the I.P. holder is hesitant.
Astral Chain, the sci-fi action game and newest IP from Platinum Games, turned one year old on August 30, 2020, and was celebrated in a few ways for hopeful fans.
Looking for a new game? Here are all of the games we know are coming out this week!
Every year on August 29, players in Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing in Disguise will receive a quest that honors the victims of Hurricane Katrina.
Three new spirits from Paper Mario: The Origami King will appear in the constantly evolving Super Smash Bros. Ultimate spirit board mode, starting on August 27 at 11pm PT through September 1, 2020.
Sega has decided to end their SEGA Ages line of re-releasing classic games on Nintendo Switch, which began two years ago.
Wonder Boy – Asha in Monster World is the next installment in the nearly 35 year-old Wonder Boy/Monster World series.
This week, August 23-29, 2020, is a busy one for games on the Nintendo Switch platform. Check this list out to see your next purchase or purchases.
Hamster rolls out four new games in their Arcade Archives series! Read on to find out what they are bringing to the Switch!
Has the latest Tony Hawk game been confirmed for Switch or are people grasping at Straws?
Looks like Nintendo is returning to the South American market after a 5-year absence!
Today, Nintendo broadcasted an Indie World presentation that showcased a plethora of indie games coming to Nintendo Switch later this year and beyond. Many need more time for polish; however, here are six of them ready to be downloaded onto your Nintendo Switch right now!
On August 16, 2020, an Amazon UK listing for The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword for Nintendo Switch appeared before disappearing today. What could this mean?
Retro Studios, a Nintendo first-party studio best known for the Metroid Prime series, has announced they are hiring for a lead producer. The Texas-based studio said, on Twitter, “We are looking for a Lead Producer to join us on our journey to develop Metroid Prime 4!”