The surprisingly great Sushi Striker: Way of Sushido launched on Nintendo Switch earlier this month. Today, Nintendo released a brand new trailer for the game, showcasing the favorable praise the game has gotten since release on June 8th.
On Saturday, Sonic the Hedgehog celebrated his 27th anniversary. Sega held a livestream event, announcing some new details about the upcoming Team Sonic Racing.
Many people were underwhelmed by the initial review of Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokemon: Let’s Go, Eevee!, though Pokemon CEO and president, Tsunekazu provides some information as to why even the core Pokemon players should be excited by the latest entry in the series.
Fortnite on Nintendo Switch received a surprise release last week after Nintendo’s E3 Direct, and it already sports one of the best hardware improvements we’ve seen on the latest platform: Voice Chat.
Announced on Business Wire, it was announced that a new series is coming our way, teaming Nintendo up with the Disney Channel. Titled, Nintendo Switch Family Showdown, the series pits real-world families against each other to take on miscellaneous challenges and compete to win a prize.
Dragon Ball FighterZ was announced during Nintendo’s E3 Direct, but you’re forgiven if you missed its brief 5 seconds of glory. The game was shown off with no release date, but as reported by Laura Dale, we can finally expect when we can get our hands on it.
As Octopath Traveler looms closer to launch next month as a Nintendo Switch exclusive, players are wondering if it will have DLC released down the road…
Though most of Square Enix’s lineup appeared in nearly every other event, they did provide us with some further details on their upcoming games. These include: Shadow of the Tomb Raider Square Enix showcased a longer trailer for the latest Tomb Raider entry, displaying some actual gameplay mechanics, and informed attendees that it will have one of the “biggest […]
Ubisoft is generally known to showcase great E3 events, and this year’s event appeared to display a great quantity of quality games coming out across various systems, including another look at some of the most anticipated games.
Electronic Arts (EA Play) opened the show Saturday morning with a strong lineup, including a mix of never-before-seen teasers, and more information on projects that have already caught audiences attention.
The Nintendo E3 Direct provided viewers with a look at all the games they can expect through this time next year. The majority of these games are ones we already knew about, with a few exceptions. That said, Nintendo is known to announce new games throughout their Treehouse Event, so we’ll see if anything gets added to the list.
Shortly following a supposed leak from Walmart was Sega’s announcement of Team Sonic Racing. The teaser shows no real gameplay, but the listing suggests it will take a team-based approach to the racing genre.
This week, The Pokemon Company held a surprise live-stream event showcasing 5 brand new games in the Pokemon Series, with something for everyone…
June is just days away, and you know what that means: E3, the biggest gaming event of the year is nearly upon us!
The Zelda fanatics will be pleased to learn that popular comic book company, Dark Horse, recently announced their most recent collaboration with Nintendo, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – Creating a Champion.
That’s right, in case you haven’t heard, Nintendo announced on Sunday that they are in the works to bring back the extremely limited NES Classic Edition!