Earlier this morning at the Koei Tecmo presentation at the Tokyo Game Show, more information and gameplay was shown off for Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity. In this presentation, we got to see a lot more about the game, how it is played, story, characters and other interesting tidbits.
Get ready for another big update in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, as well as the return of the AC Nintendo Switch and amiibo cards!
The first Kingdom Hearts game to hit the Nintendo Switch will be receiving a demo in October.
The final title for the SEGA Ages brand on the eShop has finally arrived west in a surprise release today.
Did Nintendo just leak a sequel to a spin-off Kirby game?
Following the news that Microsoft has acquired Zenimax Media for $7.5 billion, the holding company of Bethesda Softworks, there has been questions regarding exclusivity of Bethesda-published games.
After the all-star release of last week, it looks like we are in for a lull when it comes to Nintendo-published releases until probably the end of October. This week only has one game at retail. September 24, a Thursday, is seeing a massive amount of games on the eShop as usual.
Nintendo has released a Day 1 update for the highly anticipated collection of 3D Mario games.
In what seems like it will be a monthly showcase, Nintendo was back this morning with another Direct Mini, showing off several games from third-party developers.
Gaming Replay, a Portuguese retailer, has listed Mass Effect Trilogy for multiple modern systems, including Nintendo Switch.
It seems nothing is sacred on the internet as the highly anticipated Super Mario 3D All-Stars has already leaked online, revealing that the games are running through emulation.
Looking for a new game? Here are all of the games we know are coming out this week!
On September 10, 2020, Ubisoft held their Ubisoft Forward digital event, which gave us a look into what we can expect from the company in the next six months. Here is a guide of all the updates and reveals for games coming to Nintendo Switch.
While Apple, Google, and Epic battle it out over Fortnite in the mobile app stores, Nintendo has struck a deal for a special edition Nintendo Switch bundle. The only catch is that this is exclusive to Europe, Australia, and New Zealand.
It looks like fans of the long-awaited third installment to the No More Heroes series will have to wait a bit longer.