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  • Banner Saga 2 (Switch) Review
    The middle chapter turns the story a little more meaningful while making combat better.By the time I reached the startling conclusion of the first Banner Saga, I was locked in for the sequel. Thankfully the wait wasn’t too long as Banner Saga 2 is now on Nintendo Switch less than a month after the first game. The middle chapter of the planned trilogy originally came out on other consoles... Read more...
  • Octopath Traveler Won't Receive DLC According To The Game's Producer
    Because he said so.For anyone who recently downloaded Square Enix's Octopath Traveler Prologue Demo and is planning on extending their stay in the wide world of Orsterra upon the game's release, you might be interested to hear the following:  During an interview with Dengeki Online this week, Masashi Takahashi - the producer of the upcoming Square Enix title - stated "the product version is the finished product" and no downloadable content was currently planned. Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Arc System Works Reveals Kill La Kill The Game Is In Development, Due Out 2019
    Will it make the Switch?Arc System Works in partnership with APLUS Games have revealed Kill la Kill the Game will be released next year. Described as a "battle action" title for up to two players, the exact platforms the game will be available on have not yet been announced. Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • One Guy Got Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy Up And Running On Switch
    A round of applause.It’s hard to believe a long-time dream will finally become a reality when Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy arrives on the Nintendo Switch at the end of this month. For many years now, owners of Nintendo systems have been deprived of this classic trilogy. Beyond the initial licensing concerns, it might have stayed this way as well, had it not been for one determined engineer at Vicarious Visions who happened to be a fan of the Nintendo Switch.According to Nintendo World Report, sometime around the PlayStation 4 release of the N. Sane Trilogy, a lone engineer at Vicarious Visions spent his weekend trying to get the first level of the remaster up and running on Nintendo’s latest device. He managed to succeed, and it was at this point the company realised a port to the hybrid device was feasible.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Video: Watch 18 Minutes Of Nintendo Minute At This Year's E3
    A look behind the scenes.To close the door on this year's E3, Nintendo Minute's Kit and Krysta have put together a video showing viewers what the annual video game conference looked like from their perspective.The series of clips mainly focuses on Nintendo's events, highlighting its tournaments and the games it announced during the week. At the 12 minute mark, the pair check out the exclusive swag that was available from the Nintendo booth and also investigate the layout of the show floor. If you were watching E3 from home during the week, this might be worth taking a look at.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Super Smash Bros. Fan Sends Threatening Email To Nintendo New York Store After Removal Of Game Kiosks
    Investigated by local police.According to the latest reports, in April of this year, the Nintendo store located in New York received a bomb threat via email. The alarming news is the threat was only discovered yesterday when the store was cleaning out its infrequently used email address. The message allegedly came from a disgruntled individual who was not pleased about the removal of Super Smash Bros. game kiosks from the store.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Arcade Archives Donkey Kong (Switch) Review
    He’s finally here, for home play too!Few games, if any, are as important to Nintendo history as the 1981 arcade classic Donkey Kong. However, the fact is that since it was released in arcades the true title hasn’t seen the light of day. Sure, an NES version was eventually ported and even at one point updated to include a missing stage... Read more...
  • Feature: The Past, Present And Future of Geek Chic with iam8bit
    "It's about making beautiful things".Stemming from a love of art, video games and popular culture, Californian video games merchandising company iam8bit are continually collaborating with artists and developers to produce items that are beyond just physical software releases.Embracing both legacy titles in cartridge form - such as Mega Man and Street Fighter 2 - to more recent titles including a vinyl of the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle soundtrack, iam8bit’s eclectic tastes and eye for detail continue to be reflected in their ideas and products.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Soccer Slammers (Switch) Review
    Blocky graphics combine with lighthearted gameplay for what works best as a party game.Soccer Slammers hits Switch as the 2018 World Cup comes into full swing and the timing might be right for a good old-fashioned soccer experience. Truthfully though, you might not find your thirst for the sport quenched in Atooi’s latest game, but nevertheless this is a fun and chaotic local multiplayer-focused sports game that makes up for what it lacks in depth and breadth with frantic scoring and nonsense. Read more...
  • Splatoon Producer Reveals How The Art Style In Yoshi’s Island Was Conceived
    “It took quite a bit of time”.Not every game has aged as gracefully as the 1995 Super Nintendo title, Yoshi’s Island. Even by modern standards, the distinctive hand-drawn aesthetics present from start to finish within this release have withstood the test of time. So, how exactly did the art style for one of Yoshi’s earliest outings come about?During an interview with Kotaku at this year’s E3, Hisashi Nogami was asked this exact question. Having been an artist on the original Yoshi’s Island team back in the day and more recently the producer of Splatoon 2 on the Nintendo Switch, he explained how it was an arduous process, ultimately achieved one pixel at a time:Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • My Nintendo Rewards Is Offering A Printable Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion Box Art Cover
    And it's dirt cheap.The latest rewards have now gone live on the North American My Nintendo site, and this time around we have a printable Switch box art cover featuring the Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion.The reward has become available to celebrate the expansion's recent release and can be printed out at home to replace the standard cover in your Splatoon 2 case. A brand new set of wallpapers featuring the expansion's Octolings is also available.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • A New Animal Crossing-Themed 2DS XL Is Coming To Europe Next Month
    Still no news of a Switch game...A brand new Animal Crossing-themed New Nintendo 2DS XL has appeared on the Nintendo UK store, set to be available in Europe next month.The console hasn't received an official announcement from Nintendo just yet, but some details can be found on the Nintendo 3DS Family page of the website. The system is set to include a digital copy of Animal Crossing: New Leaf – Welcome amiibo (the updated version of Animal Crossing: New Leaf) which will be pre-installed onto a 4GB microSD card, and a Nintendo 3DS AC adapter will also be in the box.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Talking Point: What Were The Biggest Highs And Lows From E3 2018?
    What kind of impact did Nintendo have on this year's show?E3 is finally over for another year, bringing to a close the biggest event yet. From surprise promotional crossovers on the Ubisoft conference to a certain game pretty much taking over Nintendo's big summer Direct, there's been plenty of topics to talk about now the dust is beginning to settle. So we've switched on the NL symbol, turned it towards the night's sky and from the darkness, Team Nintendo Life has appeared to discuss our biggest takeaways. As always, we want to hear what you made of Nintendo's presence at the big expo, so be sure to leave a comment below...Glen Fox, guides editorHonestly, I’m feeling a little deflated after Nintendo’s E3 showing because I was really hoping for at least one big new announcement for this year. It was pretty telling that most of the Direct focused on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, because that’s all Nintendo’s really got for year two. That’s great for fans of Smash Bros., but I’ve never really had more than a passing interest in it.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Reggie Reflects On E3 2018 In The Latest Episode Of The Nintendo Power Podcast
    Now you’re playing with power.The legacy of Nintendo Power lives on with the latest episode of the podcast – named after the famous publication – now available to listen to on YouTube, Soundcloud, iTunes and Google Play Music. This time it’s a special episode about E3 2018, starring the one and only Nintendo of America president, Reggie Fils-Aimé. There's one hour of discussion about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go, Eevee! and much more related to this year's E3. Here’s the full description:Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Dedicated Handheld Systems Are Still A Key Business Driver For Nintendo
    Increases in 3DS and 2DS sales across America.Despite the Switch gaining sales momentum over the past year, it appears the 3DS and 2DS are still turning a profit for Nintendo in America. According to Reggie Fils-Aimé, sales for these systems had an increase of 27 percent at the end of last year when compared to the previous December.  In the current calendar year, sales for the 3DS and 2DS have increased by 10 percent. During the same interview with Forbes, Reggie was also quick to dismiss the idea that the 3DS was beginning to clash with the Switch - explaining how the dedicated handheld device still served a purpose.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Reggie Fils-Aimé Says Nintendo Labo Has “Absolutely” Met Company Expectations
    Here for the long haul.Nintendo of America president Reggie Fils-Aimé had a busy week promoting the company’s upcoming releases while meeting with multiple media outlets over the duration of E3 2018. In an interview with Forbes at the annual video game convention, Reggie was asked about Nintendo Labo.He went on to explain how the latest IP was designed as both a title and platform that was expected to have ongoing sales over its lifetime - similar to the likes of Wii Fit and Brain Age on the DS.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Get Ready Doods, NIS America Is Bringing Disgaea 1 Complete To Switch On 9th October
    Return to the netherworld.Back in April of this year, Nippon Ichi and NIS America revealed the original Disgaea game would be receiving a HD makeover to celebrate the 15th anniversary of the strategy RPG series.NIS America has now confirmed Disgaea 1 Complete will arrive on Nintendo Switch on 9th October. There’s a trailer to coincide with the announcement, providing a brief rundown about the game’s quirky characters and universe.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Killer Queen Black (Switch) Hands-On
    The arcade legend strategy, resource management, snail riding title is a chaotic blast on Switch.Killer Queen is an multiplayer arcade game that looks a little like Joust, but actually contains a lot of unique ideas. It's been rebuilt for the ground up, and Liquid Bit, LLC has it for show this week at E3. Killer Queen Black is an eight player, 4v4, best of 5, team action game. It's also about... Read more...
  • Review: Iro Hero (Switch eShop)
    The tale of the ultimate charging docks.The Nyagu are an alien species enlightened with good intentions, rainbows and sunshine. Upon meeting mankind for the first time, they grant each and every human the power to conjure electricity from their bodies. Think of the possibilities: no more hassle with power outlets or wires if you needed to charge up your smartphone, laptop or Nintendo Switch.Sadly it didn't take long for other not so friendly alien species to realise that this has turned humanity into a living power plant. Enslavement and breeding followed suit and in the reality of Iro Hero, humans are nothing more than expendable batteries powering anything from pocket calculators to interstellar spaceships. Yes indeed, it’s The Matrix storyline all over again!Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Another Three Mario Tennis Aces Characters Officially Unveiled, Available Later This Year
    They just keep coming!Yesterday we found out that Koopa Troopa and Blooper will be added to Mario Tennis Aces as free updates for everyone during the summer months, and it seems like this is just the beginning.Nintendo has now officially confirmed the future releases of Diddy Kong, Birdo, and Koopa Paratroopa. These characters will be available "after September" - which is the month that Blooper is expected to go live - so we expect the monthly release system to continue until at least the end of the year with this new bunch.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • The Latest European My Nintendo Rewards Include Discounts On "Challenging" Titles
    Puzzles and platforms.The latest wave of My Nintendo rewards have now gone live on the European version of the site, and this collection's theme is all about celebrating "challenging" games.There are only four games on offer this time around, all for Nintendo 3DS or Wii U, and you can check out the list below. We'd argue that Pullblox may well be the pick of the bunch and definitely worth your time if you haven't tried it already - especially considering the discount can be acquired with the easy-to-grab Platinum Points.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • The Co-Op Archeology Of Fossil Hunters Has Unearthed A 28th June Release Date On Switch
    Build dinosaurs like bony puzzles.An archeology-themed puzzle game? With co-op? What fresh hell is this? Well, this is Fossil Hunters, a cute and charming little romp that turns unearthing fossils and constructing dinosaur skeletons into an exercise in platforming and teamwork.And, best of all, developer Reptoid Games has confirmed the game is getting a port for Nintendo Switch on 28th June. The full game will have 30 hand-crafted levels (no procedural generation here), four different relic hunters to choose from and all manner of secret items and treasure to uncover along the way. It's geared very much towards co-op gameplay, so if you're looking to dust off your Switch for a proper couchplay session, this is one to keep an eye on.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee Director Explains Why Motion Controls Are Mandatory
    But still doesn't address the real issue.It's pretty safe to say that the recent confirmation that Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Let's Go Eevee! will require motion controls didn't go down too well with fans. While it's certainly a welcome addition, and one that does look like it could be a lot of fun, we immediately had some concerns about the control method being a compulsory part of the game rather than an optional extra.In an interview with Game Informer, Game Freak director Junichi Masuda was asked to explain why motion controls are a required part of the game. The decision is apparently all to do with offering fans a new experience, being able to play out their childhood Poké Ball-throwing fantasies.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Review: One Strike (Switch eShop)
    Live By The Pixel Sword, Die By The Pixel Sword.With such distinct historical richness it's no shock popular culture has embraced Japanese samurai mythos over the years, including, of course, video games. Samurai Shodown wasn't the first game to take on the subject, but it certainly was the most successful at bringing samurai duelling to the tip of our fingers. Namco’s Soul series successfully took the action into the third dimension and to a lesser audience Square’s cult Bushido Blade games perfected the genre by ditching arcade shenanigans for lethal, realistic one strike killing moves. One Strike is a blade-swinging effort in the same vein on Switch, but is ‘One’ truly enough?Never mind half a dozen different buttons for individual attacks complemented by several special moves unleashed by combining D-Pad motions – there are only two buttons used here: ‘A’ attacks, ‘B’ defends. You can only move or dash left or right with the aid of the shoulder buttons, there is no crouch or jumping. The action takes place in a single screen, and there's no scrolling of any sort. If you were expecting a large serving of different characters, we are sorry to report there are only six on offer. Single and multiplayer modes player offer Arcade (five lives per player), Team Duel (build a team of three warriors) and Tournament (up to eight players taking turns). For the hardcore lonely player ‘The Only Life’ mode will take your warrior of choice to face the other five to determine the greatest warrior in all of Japan.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
  • Nintendo Power Podcast episode 6 available now!
    In Episode 6, host Chris Slate (previously editor-in-chief of the Nintendo Power magazine) is joined by Kit Ellis and Krysta Yang from Nintendo Minute to discuss all things Nintendo from E3 2018, from big announcements to tournaments during E3 to the amazing new Super Smash Bros. Ultimate TM game for the Nintendo SwitchTM system.
  • The world is in peril and only one super family can save it!
    Experience the thrilling adventures of the Parr family in a LEGO video game world full of fun and humor as they conquer crime and family life through both Disney Pixar films The Incredibles and Incredibles 2.
  • Episode 91 - E3 2018 Reactions
    The boys join John Rairdin on stream leading up to the Nintendo Direct! We give our immediate reactions and cover all the news from the show. Plus we go over our E3 bets to see who's the bigger Jimmie!Subscribe to RSS Feed Direct Download Follow @TalkNintendoPod E3 Madness is in full swing! Our E3 episode starts off with our live stream with John Rairdin leading up to the Direct. There we talk about Nintendo news from other conferences including Starlink and Star Fox!?! Then it's our immediate reactions to the Direct and all that Smash goodness. Read more...
  • E3 2018: The Year of "Yeah, But..."
    One man's ramblings about an E3 that gets the lowest grade possible: C minus minusWhen E3 actually works - which happens once every four years or so - it's because there's something that I can look forward to without reservation. E3 2018 had the following announcements in that line: Yakuza games are multiplatform now, maybe we get that 1/2 HD port on Switch after all Cosmic Star... Read more...
  • Super Mario Party Has Online Minigame Option
    Complete with leaderboards.Super Mario Party has added a new mode that will bring the series online for the first time. The new Mariothon mode will allow up to four players to compete in sets of five minigames, either locally or online with friends or random players. There will be leaderboards and other rewards for participating in the online modes as well. Read more...
  • Lost Nintendo Arcade Game Sky Skipper Releasing In July
    There was one copy left in North America before now.The arcade version of Donkey Kong isn't the only lost arcade title coming back. Following the Donkey Kong announcement at Treehouse Live, 35 year Nintendo employee Don James introduced Sky Skipper, which is slated for release on Switch next month. A 1981 shooter game, its cabinets were largely... Read more...
  • Arcade Version Of Original Donkey Kong Launching On Switch Today
    It's on like Donkey Kong!UPDATE: Nintendo of America has confirmed the release on Treehouse Live, available now. NA pricing will be $7.99/$9.87, and they have claimed it is the first re-release of the arcade version since 1981. Original story follows. A rare version of the first big hit game for Nintendo is coming to Switch tomorrow. Read more...
  • Nintendo Downloads - June 14, 2018
    Since two million of you downloaded Fortnite, know that there are other releases this week.Despite all logic, there are a bunch of games coming out this week despite the Fortnite-shaped crater in the room. In the E3 shadowdrop department there's Fallout Shelter, Hollow Knight, and the prologue for Octopath Traveler/Splatoon 2 Octo Expansion. There's also Paladins releasing if you're into the hero shooter. Read more...
  • Bad North (Switch) Hands-On
    The war against the viking hoard has never been so adorable.NOTE: Bad North is coming to Switch, however it was being demoed on PC hardware. Plausible Concept was showing off their upcoming strategy game, Bad North, at The MIX LA 2018 alongside this week's E3 events. The game asks the player to command small squads of soldiers to protect an island from viking invaders. Read more...
  • Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Switch) Hands-On
    We return to the battlefields of not-Europe at E3.Sega is showing the upcoming Valkyria Chronicles 4 at E3 this week, both on PS4 and Switch. We played the game undocked on Switch and on PS4. For the purpose of the impressions I'll be focused on my experiences with the handheld Switch version of the game. The Valkyria Chronicles series tasks... Read more...
  • Celebrate E3 2018 with up to 50% off select digital games
    Super Smash Bros. is back! Celebrate E3 2018 by checking out select digital games that helped make some of your favorite fighters famous, as well as other great games.
  • Free Character Updates For Mario Tennis Aces: Early Access For Tournament Participants
    The classic Mario outfit isn't your only reason to hop on.The character roster will be expanding monthly in Mario Tennis Aces. Treehouse Live revealed that at least two characters - Koopa Troopa and Blooper - will be made available in free updates. Koopa Troopa will land on August 1, and Blooper will follow on September 1. There will also be additional online tournaments in July and August in which high scorers can earn early access to the characters. Read more...
  • SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Switch) Hands-On Impressions
    SNK had a life before the Neo Geo, and this collection seeks to bring light to it.NIS America is demoing SNK 40th Anniversary Collection this week at E3 2018. The collection contains a selection "over a dozen" of SNK's pre-Neo Geo titles, both from the NES as well as arcades. There's no Metal Slug or Fatal Fury in this collection. Instead classics like Ikari Warriors and Guerrilla War fill out the line-up. Read more...
  • Gal Metal Hands-on Impressions
    A bizarre manga presentation, free-form drumming, and classical music collide! Gal Metal is a quirky Japanese rhythm game in which you play as the drummer of a metal rock band with your classmates to fight off an alien invasion. The bonkers story is presented in a manga style, and involves body-swapping, school clubs, and unexpected references to NASA history. It’s amusing,... Read more...
  • Fortnite Has Already Been Downloaded 2 Million Times on Nintendo Switch
    That's all in less than 24 hours of availability.In less than a day, Fortnite on the Nintendo Switch has already accrued 2 million downloads. "Fortnite’s launch went extremely well," Nintendo of America Presdient Reggie Fils-Aime shared in an interview with Polygon, "we had more than 2 million downloads in less than 24 hours." Fortnite is... Read more...
  • Disgaea 1 Completes Journey To Switch On October 9th/12th
    There goes another hundred hours!After Disgaea 5 Complete last year, the next game in the series will return to its roots on Switch. Disgaea 1 Complete is a remastered version of the 2003 PlayStation 2 RPG, which was also used as the basis for the Disgaea DS game. The remaster will launch on Switch October 9 in North America, and 12 October for Europe. Read more...
  • Grim Fandango Remastered and Broken Age Both Coming to Switch
    The point-and-click adventure classics are due "in the coming months."Last night Double Fine Productions announced that it is bringing LucasArt's classic 1998 point-and-click adventure title Grim Fandango to the Nintendo Switch last night. The game maker also committed to a Switch release of the 2014/2015 crowdfunded Broken Age, a modern day return to the point-and-click genre. Neither game has an exact release date, only promised "in the coming months." Read more...
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Adding Two Characters From Original In Challenge Battle DLC
    Let's not lose our heads, though!Two old friends will come to Xenoblade Chronicles 2 as a part of the Expansion Pass. In a demonstration of the pass's Challenge Battle Mode, Shulk and Fiora from the original Xenoblade Chronicles were revealed to be selectable Blades for the mode. The mode is a time and level-limited series of battles where the goal is to earn treasure by collecting Ether Cubes after defeating enemies. It will launch Thursday night/Friday morning. Read more...
  • Mega Man 11 Looks New, Feels Old
    We've got fresh impressions of the E3 2018 demo! As a fan of Mega Man since the first one, I see no better celebration of the character’s 30th anniversary than a brand new sequel. Mega Man 11 builds upon everything this series is known for, including a progression of the high-fidelity cartoon style developed in 7 and 8. In terms of controls, speed, and jump physics, it’s more like the classic style of 1-6 and 9-10. Read more...
  • Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! (Switch) Hands-On Preview
    Game Freak's bold new take on what a Pokémon game can be is finally in our hands.Announced a few weeks prior, Nintendo brought Pokémon: Let's Go! to E3 2018. This game takes liberal inspiration from 2016's mobile mega-hit Pokémon Go! while re-imagining the series' first "Third" game, Pokémon Special Pikachu Edition (Yellow). In these new versions, Pikachu has been joined by series-favorite Eevee as a featured starter. Like Yellow, your Pokémon friend follows behind you on your adventure. Read more...
  • Episode 576: E3 2018 - Daisy Deviants
    Daisy is finally playable in Super Smash Bros. She's been at play in the NWR forums for years. You do the math.Fresh off the E3 2018 Nintendo Direct, the RFN Crew assembles to give their thoughts on the news stories of the day. Jon, Greg, and Gui call in from home, while James stumbles in glassy-eyed from the show floor to record in hushed tones from the LACC Media Center. He has to cut out a bit early for a publisher appointment, but I think we can all agree that 50 minutes of James Jones is worth nearly an hour of any mortal man. Read more...
  • Episode 247: E3 Day 1 - Nintendo Booth Impressions
    James Jones, Jonathan Metts, and Michael Cole sit down and discuss their impressions of the Nintendo Direct at E3.Nintendo World Report is now on Patreon, and high rollers can name their topic for Connectivity, so head over to our Patreon page if you want to support us. Connectivity has joined Twitter, so be sure to follow @ConnectivityNWR to be up to date on any announcements. We are wanting more listener participation, so feel free to ask questions, they may show up in the show! Read more...
  • Nintendo News Report: They Actually Put Ridley And Daisy In Smash
    What's a Waluigi?Hey everyone! E3 Day 1 is *FINALLY* in the books, and our home team will break it all down for you at 10pm tonight. What did appear (every Smash character ever), what's not coming until later (Fire Emblem), and oh yeah, a little game called Fortnite dropped. Don't forget to grab the audio version of the show on iTunes (also, throw us a review and Alex will address it live), Google Play or in your podcatcher of choice! Read more...
  • Yoshi Delayed into 2019
    Announced by a quiet change in the eShop listing.Yoshi for Nintendo Switch (working title) was a no-show at the E3 2018 Nintendo Direct. If that surprised you given the game's 2018 release window, there's good reason it's absent from the spotlight: It's now due to come out in 2019 instead. Along with Fire Emblem: Three Houses this makes two... Read more...
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Impressions
    This time, no purple dragon is too big!Michael found himself among the first people to play the new Super Smash Bros. Read more...
  • Team Sonic Racing Gameplay
    Cars aren't alive (in this universe) so he's still the fastest thing alive.Gameplay from the PS4 version of Sonic's latest racing experience. Read more...
  • New Blood Interactive Bringing Their Indie Games to Switch
    The game maker's slate includes Dusk, AMID Evil, Tonight We Riot, and Super Galaxy Squadron EX Turbo.It was amidst Nintendo's big E3 Direct showing that New Blood Interactive chose to make their move: the indie dev just announced on twitter that "we're bringing ALL of our games to #NintendoSwitch." Promotional art for several games also accompanied the twitter announcement. Dusk is a horror first-person... Read more...
  • Fortnite Adding Party Chat Thursday
    And you'll need a headset, but not an app.It won't take a fortnight for party chat to come to the Switch version of Fortnite. During a demonstration on Treehouse Live today, Epic confirmed that the new Switch release will have party chat running starting "Thursday morning" (US time). A standard cell phone headset will work for the chat, provided it can plug into the Switch's headphone jack. Read more...
  • Splatoon 2's Octo Expansion DLC Releases Tomorrow in North America
    Earlier than expected, with Amiibo to follow later this year.Nintendo has just announced that Octo Expansion, the Splatoon 2 DLC that adds more single player campaign missions where you can play as Octolings instead of just Inklings, is releasing earlier than anticipated: around tomorrow evening (June 13) in North America. In addition to the surprise release,... Read more...
  • Fall To Bring Arena of Valor, Wasteland, World Ends With You Final Remix
    The world ends in nuclear war, and then you wake up in Shibuya.The Nintendo Direct today had a reel of 3rd party titles with known release dates, but three additional titles got new windows. Tencent MOBA Arena of Valor, The World Ends With You: Final Remix, and Wasteland 2 all received Fall 2018 release windows. Previously, Wasteland was "a few months out", TWEWY was a generic 2018, and Arena of Valor was still in beta. Read more...
  • GungHo Online Announces 8 Player Shooter Ninjala
    If you're here to kick ass and chew bubblegun and run out of gun... you won't be kicking ass.GungHo's mystery game made its public debut during the Nintendo Direct today. Ninjala is a 8 player, team based shooter where the weapons are made from bubblegum and mastering parkour is necessary for survival. The game is scheduled to release in spring 2019. Among the development staff for the game are developers from the Dissidia Final Fantasy series, Let It Die, and The World Ends With You. Read more...
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Hands-on Preview
    Super Smash Bros. Ultimate looks like more of the same. That is fine.Nintendo showed off the latest iteration of the Smash Bros. series, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, on the show floor at E3 2018. They had two variants of the demo on display: casual with items and points (For Fun), and one-on-one competitive Stock play (For Glory). I opted for Fun. Ultimate is aptly... Read more...
  • Smash Series Amiibo Announced For New Ultimate Playable Characters
    We know one can't be too big because Detective Pikachu and Mega Yarn Yoshi exist.The Smash Amiibo line is about to get an ultimate refresh. Treehouse Live has shown pictures of Ridley and Inkling Amiibo in the Smash Bros. series. A Daisy amiibo will also be coming, but was not shown. Additionally, the Japanese Nintendo website has mentioned amiibo coming for characters returning from previous games who have not yet received their own figures, including Pichu and Ice Climbers. Read more...
  • Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Announced: Features Every Character In The Series
    Yes, everyone. Even the third party characters. And him. And her.Super Smash Bros. for Switch will be the biggest crossover in the history of video games. Every character who has ever been playable in a Smash Bros game - even DLC, or characters like Ice Climbers and Pichu, will be playable. Although the initial roster will be based on the original game, the unlocking of characters will be streamlined. In addition to the new Inklings, the other new fighter in the game will be the long-awaited Ridley. Read more...
  • Dragon Ball FighterZ Coming to Switch
    AaaaaahhhhHHHHHHHHHHHHH!Dragon Ball 2D fighting game Dragon Ball FighterZ is coming to Switch in 2018, Nintendo announced today. The popular Bandai Namco fighting game spans the Dragon Ball universe and pulls its art style straight from the anime. Dragon Ball FighterZ originally launched in January 2018 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Read more...
  • Octopath Traveler Second Demo Incoming
    Octopath still looks beautiful.Octopath Traveler's second demo is coming June 14, Nintendo announced today. The highly anticipated SquareEnix RPG features a branching story with eight playable characters. The developers previously detailed changes implemented after getting feedback from the first demo. Octopath Traveler launches July 13. Read more...
  • Mew To Be Included In Each Poke Ball Plus
    One down, 150 to go.Mew will be in each Pokeball Plus this fall. It was announced on today's Nintendo Direct that the Pokeball Go Plus will come with the 151st Pokemon, Mew, upon launch. Previously, the only way to obtain Mew in Pokemon Go was to complete a series of story events that would allow you to capture the legendary upon completion. Read more...
  • Hollow Knight, Fortnite Releasing Today: Overcooked 2, Killer Queen Black Announced
    Will the eShop survive?The Switch is getting two big indie hitters today and two more in the coming months. In addition to the heavily rumored Fortnite, Hollow Knight will make its console debut later today on the eShop. Fortnite will be a free download and include the Battle Royale mode, while Hollow Knight will include the PC version's DLC. Read more...
  • Super Mario Party Revealed For Switch
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  • Xenoblade 2 Prequel DLC Announced
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  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses Revealed: Spring 2019
    Lucky number 16 is coming next year.Fire Emblem is coming to the Switch in 2019. Fire Emblem: Three Houses was tabbed for a Spring 2019 release. Troop and squadron movement, the ability to have characters train in weapons, and full 3D movement were shown off. The game will be set in a world called Foldan, where the Church of Seiros is the dominant force. A player protagonist meets three central characters, named Edelgard, Dimitri, and Claude. Read more...
  • Daemon X Machina Revealed For Switch
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  • Hyper Sports R Taking Its Mark On Switch
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  • The Lost Child (Switch) Review
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  • E3 Day Zero News Roundup
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  • Nintendo smashes E3 with 2018 lineup, details about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
    Nintendo opened its activities for the annual E3 2018 video game trade show with a bang -- and a smash. Showing world-first footage of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Nintendo shared details about the latest entry in a series with sales of more than 40 million units worldwide. A new game built for the Nintendo Switch system, Super Smash Bros. Ultimate lets up to eight players square off in action-packed battles that are all about smashing beloved video game characters off the screen.
  • Nintendo crowns tournament winners, makes new announcements throughout the day
    Nintendo finished the first day of the E3 video game trade show in Los Angeles with two competitive champions and a host of bonus announcements that built on today's Nintendo Direct: E3 2018 video presentation.
  • Fortnite is now available on Nintendo Switch!
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  • New Crash Bandicoot Level "Future Tense" Debuts at E3
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  • Starlink: Battle For Atlas Launching October 16: Adding Star Fox Team To Switch Version
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  • Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle: Donkey Kong Adventure Taking Off June 26
    The DLC is finally dated.Ubisoft has finally unleashed the long awaited DLC for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle featuring Donkey Kong. The Donkey Kong Adventure pack will be available for individual purchase on June 26, with holders of the season pass getting the pack on June 25. A Cranky Rabbid - or at least, a Rabbid with a long beard - appears to join DK and Rabbid Peach in the trailer shown below. Four brand new environments are promised for the expansion. Read more...
  • Trials Rising Launching February 2019 For Switch
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  • Get a great deal on a Nintendo Switch system plus Memory Card
    For a limited time, get a Nintendo Switch system plus a SanDisk 128GB microSDXC Memory Card for $299.99 from Best Buy.
  • Nintendo serves up the deliciously strategic Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido
    You are the only one who can save the world's sushi -- by eating as much as you can! In the fast-paced action-puzzle-RPG Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido -- now available for both the Nintendo Switch system and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems -- you must vanquish the evil Empire by devouring delicious sushi and hurling the empty plates at your opponents.
  • Hero accessories and version 2.6.0 updates for Fire Emblem Heroes
    Accessories for Heroes' mini units have been added! These accessories can be seen by other players in the Arena, so you can customize the look of your Heroes and show them off.Accessories are planned to be available through events, quests, and more. Note: Accessories will not alter a Hero's stats or skills.
  • Tennis superstar Rafael Nadal takes on video game superstar Mario in new Mario Tennis Aces trailer
    Rafael Nadal has competed against some of the best tennis players in the world, but does he have the skills to take on one of the best players from the Mushroom Kingdom? In a newly released trailer for the Mario Tennis Aces game, launching exclusively for the Nintendo Switch system on June 22, Rafael Nadal takes on Mario in a tennis showdown for the ages. Who will come out on top? Check out the new trailer to find out!
  • A clash of explosive proportions has arrived!
    Get ready to create your own dream team and take on opponents from four different franchises! Created through an all-star collaboration between BlazBlue, Atlus' Persona, French Bread's Under Night In-Birth, and Rooster Teeth's hugely popular RWBY web series, Cross Tag Battle celebrates the fighting genre for pros and newcomers alike.
  • New stage and weapons available: Squid Research Lab Report
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  • Play 12 classic Street Fighter games with Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection!
    Celebrate Street Fighter's historic legacy with Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection for Nintendo Switch. This all-in-one package highlights the series' past in an anthology of 12 classic titles!
  • Legendary New Nintendo 2DS XL system coming exclusively to GameStop stores on July 2
    Every legendary hero needs a shield, just like every legendary gamer needs a video game system that looks like a shield! Launching exclusively in GameStop stores on July 2 at a suggested retail price of $159.99, the special edition New Nintendo 2DS XL Hylian Shield Edition system resembles Link's iconic Hylian Shield from The Legend of Zelda series.
  • Pokémon games unveiled for Nintendo Switch
    During a special Pokemon press conference in Tokyo today, The Pokemon Company International and Nintendo announced three new ways to play Pokemon for Nintendo Switch--Pokemon: Let's Go, Pikachu!, Pokemon: Let's Go, Eevee!, and the free-to-start Pokemon Quest.
  • Nintendo invites fans to watch two days of tournament competition live during E3
    Nintendo has released new details about who will be participating in its two competitive gaming tournaments next month, as well as how people can get in to watch all the action in person. The Splatoon 2 World Championship and Super Smash Bros. Invitational 2018 will run June 11-12 at the Belasco Theater at 1050 S. Hill St. in Los Angeles. The event will be just one of Nintendo?s activities during the E3 video game trade show, which runs June 12-14 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
  • Dillon the armadillo rolls onto the Nintendo 3DS family of systems
    Defend a post-apocalyptic wild west from an invasion of transforming rock monsters alongside your Mii character, Dillon the armadillo, and his squirrel engineer, Russ. Hired gunners can be recruited to back you up in battle, and then you can roll into fights and high-speed chases and take down waves of enemies as Dillon?the "Red Flash" himself!
  • Relive Mega Man's classic adventures with these two collections!
    Capcom's iconic Blue Bomber has returned! Play Mega Man's original adventures anytime, anywhere with the Nintendo Switch system. Each collection features faithful reproductions of the original games as well as rare illustrations, time trials, remix challenges, and more!
  • Rhythm-music platforming returns in Runner3!
    The Timbletot is determined to rid the multiverse of all its love and happiness. CommanderVideo (a lover if ever there were one) refuses to let this happen. He's ready to jump, double-jump, wall-jump, slide-jump, slide, kick, float, drive, fly, and dance his way to victory, all across a medley of thrilling, challenging, and joyous levels!
  • Protect Hyrule as your favorite Legend of Zelda characters!
    Take control of iconic characters from the Legend of Zelda series in an epic battle for Hyrule! The dark sorceress Cia has opened the Gate of Souls and disparate worlds are now colliding. Command legendary heroes and villains in large-scale battles and take down your foes with flashy special attacks. The fate of Hyrule rests in your hands.
  • Confront your childhood fears in Little Nightmares: Complete Edition
    Do you remember your childhood fears? Immerse yourself in this dark whimsical tale and help Six & The Kid escape The Maw -- a vast, mysterious vessel inhabited by corrupted souls looking for their next meal!
  • Enjoy a fun-filled virtual family vacation anytime, anywhere when GO VACATION launches for Nintendo Switch on July 27
    A resort vacation is always at your fingertips with the new GO VACATION game for the Nintendo Switch system. From sky diving and beach volleyball to tennis and even snowball fights, Kawawii island offers something for everyone, with more than 50 different games and activities to enjoy.
  • Win battles by...eating sushi? New game trailer details frenetic puzzle-action of Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido
    Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido combines bright, anime art style with frenetic yet tactical gameplay - centered on consuming as much sushi as possible - delivering a veritable conveyor belt loaded with surprise and delight.
  • Classic RPG action returns in Battle Chasers: Nightwar!
    The Grey Line. Nothing has ever come from, or survived entering, this wall of mist that hovers over the West Waters. The great hero Aramus felt a calling from the Grey Line and crossed, never to return. Now, his daughter Gully and her unlikely band of adventurers venture into the mist to uncover her father's mission.
  • Minecraft for the Nintendo Switch system to receive cross-platform play and retail release in stores this June
    Minecraft is one of the best-selling video games of all time, selling more than 144 million worldwide across all platforms, including Nintendo Switch.
  • ARMS demo now available
    It's time to get some stretches in and warm up for the main event: a demo for the ARMS game is now available! Try it for free to get a taste of the fast-paced competitive action.
  • Version 2.5.0 of the Fire Emblem Heroes game was released!
    The updated Arena opens on 5/9/18 at 12:00 a.m. Afterward, seasons will run for the usual period, starting on Tuesday at 12:00 a.m. and ending on Monday at 3:59 p.m.
  • Nintendo announces new adjustable charging stand for Nintendo Switch
    Launching on July 13 at a suggested retail price of $19.99, a new adjustable charging stand for the Nintendo Switch system makes playing in Tabletop mode easier than ever. With a handy port for an AC adapter on the side, the adjustable charging stand allows the Nintendo Switch system to be charging while in Tabletop mode, enabling longer play sessions.
  • Nintendo shares new details about its Nintendo Switch Online service coming in September
    Nintendo's upcoming Nintendo Switch Online service is an affordable, multi-featured paid service that lets users enjoy online play for compatible Nintendo Switch games, access classic NES games with added online functionality, back up save data for most games and use additional features for the Nintendo Switch Online smartphone app that will enhance the online experience for compatible games.
  • Random House U.S. and Penguin Random House U.K.'s Children's Divisions launch publishing program for books based on beloved Nintendo characters
    Random House Books for Young Readers, an imprint of Random House Children?s Books (U.S.), and Penguin Random House U.K. have partnered with Nintendo to publish a dynamic range of coloring and activity books for children.
  • Celebrate National Space Day with some stellar games
    Happy National Space Day, everybody! Today is dedicated to the fascinating topic of space and the brilliant explorers, educators and researchers who study it. It's the perfect day to go out and learn something new about the cosmos!
  • Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze barrel-blasts its way onto Nintendo Switch!
    It's time to swing into action--anytime, anywhere! The critically acclaimed adventure is now available on the Nintendo Switch system with a banana-bunch of new features.
  • Nintendo Power Podcast episode 5 available now!
    In Episode 5, host Chris Slate (previously editor-in-chief of the Nintendo Power magazine) is joined by Samantha Robertson and Todd Buechele from Nintendo Treehouse to discuss all the big and little enhancements made to the Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze game for the Nintendo Switch system.
  • Too cool for Hyrule: May My Nintendo rewards
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  • Nintendo outlines plans for E3 2018
    Nintendo is returning to the E3 video game trade show in June with fan-favorite activities and new features to keep watchers around the world and attendees in Los Angeles engaged and having fun.
  • Major Splatoon 2 update arrives tonight
    Nintendo's dropping some fresh (and free!) new content for Splatoon 2 on Nintendo Switch tonight! After downloading a major new update (Version 3.0) to the Splatoon 2 game at 6 p.m. PT, players will have access to a huge amount of new content.
  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole is now available!
    In the quiet mountain town of South Park, darkness has spread across the land. But fear not, for an entire squad of superheroes will rise to combat this evil and clean the trash can of South Park society.
  • Nintendo unboxes new possibilities to make, play and discover with launch of Nintendo Labo
    Experience a whole new way to interact with Nintendo Switch as you Make, Play and Discover with Nintendo Labo. Now available at retailers nationwide, Nintendo Labo kits offer interactive build-and-play experiences that combine the magic of the Nintendo Switch system with the fun of DIY creations.
  • Play nice! Nintendo celebrates National Siblings Day
    A sibling can be many things. Sometimes they've got your back in times of trouble or sometimes they take over the TV at the most crucial, inconvenient moment. And sometimes they have really impressive mustaches.
  • Free special demo version of the Detective Pikachu game!
    You've never seen a Pikachu like this one! You can team up with a witty, tough-talking Pikachu to uncover clues, solve mysteries, and encounter familiar faces from the Pokémon world in Detective Pikachu, a new detective adventure game for the Nintendo 3DS family of systems.
  • Nintendo Power Podcast episode 4 available now!
    In the March 2018 episode, host Chris Slate (previously editor-in-chief of the Nintendo Power magazine) digs deep into two killer games coming to the Nintendo Switch system. First, Chris talks to Suda51 from Grasshopper Manufacture about Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, then he's joined by Corey Rollins from Klei Entertainment to discuss Mark of the Ninja Remastered.
  • Hasbro and Nintendo join forces to add Mario Kart twist to Monopoly game
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  • The third DLC Pack for Fire Emblem Warriors
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  • Wii Shop Channel Service Change
    As of March 26, 2018, it is no longer possible to add points to the Wii Shop Channel using either a credit card or Nintendo Points Card.
  • My Nintendo presents Nindie Game Gold Points Rewards Vol.4
    Looking for some great games to get with your Gold Points before they expire? My Nintendo users can now redeem Gold Points for some select fun indie games on Nintendo platforms. For a limited time, you can redeem points to download select Nintendo 3DS and Wii U titles from our talented independent developers. Users will receive a download code that is redeemable in Nintendo eShop.
  • Pikachu is on the case!
    You can try to crack the case in this new detective adventure game by interacting with a unique, fully voiced Pikachu! As Tim Goodman, you'll partner with Pikachu to solve strange occurrences all over Ryme City. Together you can investigate, take notes, and meet up with other Pokémon to unravel the city's greatest mysteries. It's all in a day's work for detective Pikachu!
  • Nintendo hosts Super Smash Bros. Invitational 2018, Splatoon 2 World Championship tournaments
    On June 11-12 in Los Angeles, an invited group of players will gather to play Super Smash Bros., and qualified teams will compete in Splatoon 2, as Nintendo hosts an event featuring high-level gameplay on these two games for Nintendo Switch.
  • Nintendo Switch kicks off its second year with a surge of standout indie games
    In a Nindies Showcase video released during this year's Game Developers Conference, Nintendo featured more than a dozen independent games coming to Nintendo eShop on the Nintendo Switch system in 2018. These "Nindies," the term for independent developers making games for Nintendo systems, are creating unique experiences that fall into multiple genres
  • Kirby's back and this time he's brought some friends!
    When a new evil threatens Planet Popstar, Kirby will need a little help from his...enemies?! By making friends out of Kirby's foes, up to four players can join forces to save the day. With new and expanded copy abilities, classic Kirby action is deeper than ever in the Kirby Star Allies game.
  • New video series reveals details about Toy-con Garage mode for Nintendo Labo
    In the first video of a short series, Nintendo revealed new details about Toy-Con Garage mode, an inventive feature included with the software in each Nintendo Labo kit for the Nintendo Switch system (sold separately). Toy-Con Garage introduces basic principles of technology in a fun way, allowing Nintendo Labo users to combine various inputs and outputs to invent new ways to play.
  • Happy MAR10 Day!
    It's Mario's special day! Join the fun as we celebrate the mustachioed hero with fun content and special offers.
  • The Super Smash Bros. series heads to Nintendo Switch in 2018
    During its latest Nintendo Direct presentation, Nintendo announced that the Super Smash Bros. franchise is coming to Nintendo Switch this year. The video also showcased more than a dozen upcoming games for both the Nintendo Switch system and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems, with many of the featured games coming from third-party developers, including SQUARE ENIX, Capcom, Grasshopper Manufacture, From Software and Ubisoft.
  • Now available: Use Gold Points on digital games for the Nintendo Switch system
    My Nintendo members can now redeem Gold Points for digital games and DLC for the Nintendo Switch system. It's as easy as applying your points during the checkout process, whether you buy on the Nintendo website or Nintendo eShop on the system.
  • It's time to celebrate the one-year anniversary of Nintendo Switch!
    On March 3, 2017, Nintendo Switch hit store shelves all around the world. Since then, fans have embraced the system's unique ability to alternate between handheld and TV mode and its ever-growing library of great first- and third-party games. Let's take a moment to review some of the highlights from Nintendo Switch's first year
  • A free update is available for Xenoblade Chronicles 2! Also, learn what's in the new paid DLC update.
    Two updates have come to Alrest today, and they both bring exciting content for Drivers everywhere. Here is what's in each update. Free update (Version 1.3.0) A more difficult mode, New Game Plus, has been added to the game
  • Nintendo Power Podcast episode 3 available now!
    In the February 2018 episode, host Chris Slate (previously editor-in-chief of the Nintendo Power magazine) discusses the hit new Nintendo Switch platforming game Celeste with its creators, Matt Thorson and Noel Berry.
  • Love is in the air!
    Celebrate Valentine's Day with sweet, charming, and downright loveable fun with Nintendo. Play Nintendo The Valentine's Day activities on Play Nintendo are perfect for younger players and their families. Grown-ups will love them, too! You can turn foes into friends with charming printable cards.
  • Xenoblade Chronicles 2: Director Takahashi reveals new update information
    Hello everyone. This is Tetsuya Takahashi from Monolith Soft. Today I'd like to talk about what you'll see in the Ver. 1.3.0 update for Xenoblade Chronicles 2 that will be released next week.
  • Starting in early March: Redeem Gold Points for eligible digital purchases for the Nintendo Switch system!
    My Nintendo members already earn Gold Points by buying qualifying games. However, an exciting change is coming! Starting in March, My Nintendo members will also be able to redeem Gold Points for eligible digital games and content for the Nintendo Switch system.
  • Fire Emblem Heroes one-year anniversary celebration
    The Fire Emblem Heroes game is heading toward its one-year anniversary! To thank you for your support, we are holding an in-game celebration with five different events.
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