The other day Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD was announced for the Nintendo Switch. It turns out that it wasn’t the only Final Fantasy game announced for the console because during Nintendo’s Direct event, it has been confirmed that the classic and legendary Final Fantasy VII will also be arriving on the console.
Animal Crossing was first launched way back 2001 where we have seen various iterations of the game since, with the most recent being Pocket Camp which launched on mobile, earning Nintendo a cool $50 million since. For those who want to play the game on a bigger screen, you’ll be pleased to learn that during Nintendo’s Direct presentation, the company has confirmed that Animal Crossing will be coming onto the […]
Nintendo had previously announced that it would conduct a Nintendo Direct presentation on September 6th. It would have been the company’s first Direct presentation after E3 2018. However, it had to postpone the presentation following the unfortunate earthquake in Japan’s province of Hokkaido. The company has now confirmed that it has rescheduled the presentation on September 13th.
Nintendo had previously confirmed that its Switch Online service would be launching in September. However the company did not mention when exactly it would launch in September, but now it seems like we have a date to look forward to as Nintendo has confirmed that the service will officially kick off on the 18th of September.
As much as companies try, no system is impervious to hacks. Granted security has come a long way since back in the day, but if there is a will, there is a way. Now console hacks do seem less common than they do compared to earlier generations, but it is still possible and this is something Nintendo could be trying to get ahead of.
It is no secret that the Nintendo Switch isn’t the most powerful modern day console around at the moment, especially in this day and age where we’re seeing companies like Sony and Microsoft tout their console’s ability to play games in 4K. This is why it doesn’t come as a surprise to learn that Epic has disabled one of Fortnite’s features for the Switch.
Last week Nintendo announced plans for a Nintendo Direct presentation that would have taken place on the 6th of September. Unfortunately this did not come to pass as Nintendo decided to postpone the presentation due to the earthquake that took place in Hokkaido. The company was expected to reschedule it, but so far they have not mentioned anything.
It’s safe to say the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is one of the more successful and popular video games in recent years. The game has not only become the best-selling Zelda title of all time, over in Japan, it appears to have also become the best-selling 3D Zelda game, surpassing the Ocarina of Time.
If you enjoy playing puzzle style games, there might be a chance you are familiar with Level-5’s Professor Layton series. The game has been launched mostly for Nintendo’s handheld consoles, but some have made their way onto mobile, such as Professor Layton and the Curious Village which was released in Japan earlier this year.
Back in 2017, Nintendo launched Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. Nintendo has been steadily making its foray into mobile games and so far they seem to be fairly successful. According to the latest figures by Sensor Tower (via Gamasutra), it turns out that the game has managed to earn Nintendo a cool $50 million to date.
If you’re a fan of Pokemon games and were kind of holding off on the Nintendo Switch until a Pokemon game was released for it, you’re in luck because not only did Nintendo previously announce two new Pokemon RPGs that will launch for the Switch this year, but the company has also recently announced a new Pokemon: Let’s Go themed Nintendo Switch.
One of the selling points of the Nintendo Switch Online service is that it lets users save game data to the cloud. This means that should anything with their consoles go wrong and needs replacing, players will be able to download their cloud saves and pick up where they left off, simple as that.
Sid Meier’s Civilization 6 was launched back in 2016, but for gamers who have yet to check the game out or wouldn’t mind taking it with them on the go, then you might be interested to learn that 2K Games has announced and confirmed that Civilization 6 will be making its way onto the Nintendo Switch.
With the smashing success Nintendo has had with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, many are wondering what the company might have in store for the next installment in the franchise, and more importantly which platform could it launch on. As it turns out, it could arrive on the Switch.