Have you ever needed a game that can cause hatred between you and your friends? Guilt Battle Arena might just be the thing you want. This frantic, local multiplayer, party game will have you engaging against your friends or the computer AI in several game modes to find out who will end up on top. But should end up on the top of your list for Nintendo Switch games?
Guest post by Katie Green: Here’s a look at some of the racing titles that have defined Nintendo’s flagship consoles over the past decades and what made them so great.
The last week of June is here and we have the latest edition of the Nintendo Download. In case you need more to play, there are another twenty titles you can check out on Switch with several of them being retail games.
Nintendo has a new president!
Is Infinite Minigolf by Zen Studios good enough to satisfy your minigolf desires until the next real course?
Have you ever wanted to go racing without brakes? I mean, why would we need brakes? Brakes are for Losers! Well, that’s exactly what the game BAFL – Brakes are for Losers thinks, and the end result is really fun but also incredibly challenging.
Toki Tori 2+ is the follow-up to the original Toki Tori, which was released in 2001. Many things have changed this time around, though. On top of that, this is the “Plus” version on Nintendo Switch, which contains even more features. So, it seems like there should be plenty of game here, but is there enough to warrant your hard-earned cash?
Starting today, a free software update is available for the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe game for Nintendo Switch, allowing you to use the Toy-Con Motorbike from the Nintendo Labo: Variety Kit to control your in-game vehicles.
On this special episode of IndustryTalk we sit down with Dan Butchko, the CEO of Playcrafting. They put on a bunch of different shows thru-out the year but their largest is Play-NYC.
Ahoy, matey! It’s time to take to the seas in Pirates: All Aboard! for Nintendo Switch… or is it? Well, avast ye! We’ve got answers for you that may have you saying, “Shiver me timbers!”