The next special battle event for the recent Super Mario battle royale has been revealed.
Need For Speed is returning to Nintendo platforms after a 7-year hiatus.
Looking forward a new Nintendo Switch game? Here are the known new releases for this week!
A spin-off of 2017’s Mom Hid My Game! has released on Switch.
Steve from the world’s best-selling game, Minecraft has joined Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. Naturally, Swedish studio, Mojang released a statement on the inclusion.
While it had been rumored and hoped for, until this morning, there was little confirmation that Minecraft would ever make its way into Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. However, with five characters remaining in the Fighter Pass 2 DLC, fans were still hopeful. And this morning, they went crazy when series creator, Sakurai, revealed that Steve, Alex, Zombie, and Enderman would be joining the fight.
The free jump-roping game/application, developed by Nintendo while working from home will continue to be sold.
During Tokyo Game Show Online 2020, Hamster announced more games for their Arcade Archives line on the eshop via various streams. Among the 18 games announced, Gradius III will be arriving on Switch and marks the first time Nintendo fans will experience the true arcade version on a console. There will also be VS. Tennis and VS. Soccer, which are part of Nintendo’s arcade archives.
Tsunekazu Ishihara, president and CEO of The Pokémon Company, had several announcements today about the upcoming expansion pass for Pokémon Sword and Shield, as well as some new game features, bonuses, and an update to Pokémon GO.
Looking for a new game? Here are all of the games we know are coming out this week!
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?