So we know that the next installment in the Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle game would be Donkey Kong related. However neither Nintendo nor Ubisoft mentioned when the update would be available, but for those wondering, you’ll be pleased to learn that you won’t have to wait much longer.
Reports from last year suggested that Netflix for the Nintendo Switch was ready for launch and pending approval from Nintendo. That clearly did not happen as fast forward more than half a year later, we’re still waiting. In fact earlier this year there were reports that suggested that Netflix for the Switch would still be quite a ways away.
During EA’s Play conference at E3, the company announced its latest installment in the Madden franchise in the form of Madden 19. The game was announced for the Xbox One, PS4, and PC but there was no mention of the Nintendo Switch. Unfortunately for those who were holding out for a Switch version, you’ll be disappointed to learn that will not be the case.
The Nintendo Switch is home to Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, which is more or less the de facto racing game for the console. However recently SEGA announced Team Sonic Racing which brings a similar concept to the table, but apparently that’s not all because according to a listing on GameStop, we could be getting another kart-style racing game.
Just last week it was confirmed that there would be a brand new core Pokemon RPG that would be coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2019. However details about the game were scarce, but during a recent interview with Famitsu magazine, The Pokémon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara spoke more about what’s to come.
E3 2018 is coming up on us soon and it is expected that Nintendo has some news to share with us, one of which is that Fortnite Battle Royale will be coming onto the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo has yet to officially confirm it but so far there is mounting evidence that the game will indeed be launched on the console.
The Nintendo Switch has several controller options available to it. There are the default bundled Joy-Cons, the Pro controller, and a bunch of third-party options. Now if you grew up playing the GameCube and would love to see GameCube controllers for the Switch, you could be in luck according to a post on Reddit.
Last week Nintendo announced that there would be two new Pokemon games headed to the Nintendo Switch in November. In addition to the new games, it was also revealed that there would be a new accessory called the Poke Ball Plus, a controller shaped like (as the name suggests) a Poke Ball.
A couple of weeks ago we reported that Nintendo would be launching a playable demo for the upcoming Mario Tennis Aces. This demo would be playable from the 1st to the 3rd of June for Nintendo Switch gamers, giving them a taste of what’s to come. The good news is that if you’re a Switch owner, the demo is now live and playable.
A report earlier last month suggested that Fortnite would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. Earlier a photo leaked which revealed Nintendo’s possible announcements for E3 2018, in which Fortnite was once again listed. In case it wasn’t all but confirmed, South Korea’s ratings board has revealed that Fortnite will indeed be coming to the Switch.
We know that Nintendo will be hosting an E3 broadcast where presumably they will talk about new games that will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and possibly their handhelds as well. For those who can’t wait, it seems that a leak has found its way online which supposedly reveals what games Nintendo will announce at the event.
If you’re looking forward to playing more racing games on your Nintendo Switch, it appears that someone at Walmart might have gotten ahead of themselves and posted a listing for Team Sonic Racing, an upcoming racing game from SEGA featuring none other than Sonic. The game isn’t exactly a secret as we have been hearing about it for a while, but we reckon SEGA would have preferred to announce it […]
Earlier it was confirmed that the Nintendo Switch would be getting two new Pokemon games later this year where they are expected to be released in November. It was also confirmed that a core Pokemon RPG would be launching in 2019, but what about gamers who want to play Pokemon now?
It was previously confirmed that there would be a Pokemon RPG developed for the Nintendo Switch. However with Pokemon: Let’s Go! having recently been announced, are those the games we’ve been hearing so much about? The good news is that it isn’t, because not only can Switch gamers expect two new Pokemon games this year, but there will also be a brand new core Pokemon RPG that will arrive for […]