Nintendo Celebrating E3 2018 With A Sale On Switch & 3DS Games

If you’ve been meaning to get your hands on some Nintendo Switch and/or 3DS titles but felt that some of them were a tad expensive, you’ll be pleased to learn that to celebrate E3 2018 (which has since ended), Nintendo has launched a special sale in which select games have received some pretty big discounts.


Tetsuya Nomura Reassures That Final Fantasy VII Remake Is In Development

While Kingdom Hearts 3 was no doubt the focus on Square Enix’s E3 2018 presentation, a notable absence at Square Enix’s presentation was the Final Fantasy VII remake. The game was announced a couple of years ago but fast forward to today, Square Enix has revealed little to nothing about the game and their progress.


Turtle Beach Unveils Recon 200, Stealth 300 Gaming Headsets

When it comes to gaming headsets, there are plenty of choices available in the market today. Some can be rather expensive and comes with all the bells and whistles for gamers who feel like they could benefit from those features, but if you’re not necessarily a hardcore gamer, Turtle Beach could have a couple of headsets for you.


Yoshi For The Nintendo Switch Delayed To 2019

Earlier this year, it was speculated that Nintendo could share additional reviews about its Yoshi game for the Nintendo Switch, and possibly even offer up a release date at E3 2018. However amidst all of Nintendo’s announcements during its conference at the event, there was no mention of the game at all.


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Fortnite For Nintendo Switch Downloaded 2 Million Times In First Day

Considering how popular Fortnite Battle Royale is, it made a lot of sense that Nintendo would want to get the game onto its platform, which they did when they officially announced its launch and availability on the Switch yesterday. It turned out to be a pretty smart move because according to the official numbers, it has since been downloaded 2 million times.


Indie Platformer ‘Hollow Knight’ Officially Launched On The Switch

While the Nintendo Switch is home to quite a few big name titles, especially from Nintendo’s own franchises, the console also seems to be doing a good job of attracting indie developers. For those who might be familiar with indie platformer Hollow Knight, which launched in 2017, you’ll be pleased to learn that it is now available for the Switch.


Poke Ball Plus Will Include Rare Pokemon Mew

Ahead of E3 2018, Nintendo actually announced some new Pokemon games in the form of the new Pokemon: Let’s Go series. Nintendo also announced that there would be an accessory for gamers in the form of the Poke Ball Plus which would also double up as a controller for the game.


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Will Support GameCube Controllers

Earlier today during E3 2018, Nintendo officially announced Super Smash Bros. Ultimate which would be launching on the Nintendo Switch. No doubt this is great news and we’re sure that there are many gamers who are eager to get their hands on it. What’s even better news is that it looks like the GameCube’s controllers will be supported.


Super Mario Party Announced For The Nintendo Switch

Just like how with pretty much every Nintendo console release we can expect to see new Mario Kart, Super Smash Bros., and Super Mario games, there were some gamers who were undoubtedly wondering where the Mario Party game was for the Nintendo Switch which was launched last year.


Overcooked 2 Announced, Coming August 7

Team17, the company best known for the Worm series of games, has announced the launch of its next game, Overcooked 2. For those unfamiliar, Overcooked is a game that was released back in 2016. It is a cooking game that focuses on teamwork where players will have to work together to complete orders in challenging situations.


Fire Emblem: Three Houses Announced For The Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s Fire Emblem series has found its way across multiple Nintendo platforms in the past, and more recently it also found its way onto mobile. For those who were hoping to see a new Fire Emblem title on the Nintendo Switch, you’ll be pleased to learn that will be happening as Nintendo has since announced Fire Emblem: Three Houses.


Epic Confirms Fortnite Won’t Support Cross-Play Between Switch & PS4

As you might have heard, Fortnite for the Nintendo Switch has been announced. As per the announcement, the game will support cross-play meaning that players on different devices will all be able to play together. However it seems that this will include every platform except for Sony’s PS4.


Nintendo Officially Unveils Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

A few months ago, Nintendo confirmed that a new Super Smash Bros. game would be launching for the Nintendo Switch. However the company was mum on the details and apart from a confirmation, little was revealed about the game, at least until now where at E3 2018, Nintendo has officially unveiled Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.


Fortnite For The Nintendo Switch Is Now Available

Ahead of E3 2018, we have been hearing multiple rumors that Epic’s Fortnite could be coming to the Nintendo Switch. The good news for those who are looking forward to playing the game on their Switch, you’ll be pleased to learn that it is official, but not only that, it also seems that the game is now available for download.