Switch Japan Game Sales Have Beaten The Wii U’s Five Year Sales

Earlier this year and less than a year since its release, the Nintendo Switch achieved a milestone in which it managed to outsell its predecessor, the Wii U. This is despite the fact that the Wii U was around for about five years. Now it looks like the Switch has achieved yet another milestone, in which its game sales have also managed to outsell those of the Wii U.

Nintendo Labo Workshop Launched For Kids

Nintendo’s Labo kits have been designed to an interesting way for players to take advantage of the Switch. It can also be viewed as an educational tool/toy where based on the user’s imagination, they can come up with all kinds of inventions. To help foster that creativity, Nintendo has since announced plans for a series of Labo Workshops.

Nintendo Will Release Dragalia Lost Mobile Game On September 27th

It was reported in April that Nintendo has teamed up with Cygames to develop its first original action RPG mobile game called Dragalia Lost. The company was previously only allowing pre-registrations for this game on its Japanese language website but it has now confirmed the release details for this title in other markets as well. The company’s first original mobile game called Dragalia Lost is going to be released on […]

Telltale’s The Walking Dead Season One Now Available On The Switch

For those who enjoy AMC’s The Walking Dead TV series, or the original comic series, chances are you might have heard or even played Telltale’s The Walking Dead series of video games. The good news is that while they might be late to the party, Telltale has announced and confirmed the availability of the first season of the game on the Nintendo Switch.


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited Edition Pro Controller Revealed

Earlier this month, Nintendo announced that they would be launching a Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Limited Edition bundle. The bundle would come with a copy of the game, a specially designed GameCube controller, and an adapter for the Nintendo Switch that would let gamers use the controller with the console.

Bethesda Uncertain If Rage 2 Could Work On The Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s consoles have admittedly never really been much about power. Instead the company tends to choose to focus its efforts on fun and interesting gameplay, which is why it didn’t really come as a surprise to learn that the Nintendo Switch wasn’t exactly packing the latest or greatest hardware.

Super Mario Party Will Reportedly Only Support The Use Of Joy-Cons

Back in June during E3 2018, Nintendo officially announced Super Mario Party for the Nintendo Switch. Super Mario Party games have become common on Nintendo’s platforms so to see a version launch on the Switch didn’t really come as a surprise. In fact what would be surprising is if Nintendo skipped it entirely.

Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto Wants Developers To Shun The Free-To-Play Model

The free-to-play model is an extremely popular way of how developers and publishers can get gamers hooked onto a game, and continuously make money from them via in-app purchases for cosmetics, boosts, and so on. Naturally there are some who feel that this is not right, and one of the model’s opponents is none other than Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto.

The Nintendo Switch Is Dominating The Charts In Japan

The Nintendo Switch’s situation compared to its predecessor, the Wii U, is like night and day. Developers aren’t shunning it and we are even seeing developers returning to Nintendo’s platform after a 15 year absence. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that over in Japan, the Switch and its games are absolutely killing it on the charts.

Diablo 3 For The Switch Is Playable Right Out Of The Box

Due to the fact that the Nintendo Switch game cards are essentially memory cards, it also means that there is a finite amount of storage that comes with it. As a result gamers who purchase the physical copy of games more often than not find themselves having to download additional files when the game is installed.

Blizzard Explains Why They Chose To Launch Diablo 3 On The Switch

Last week much to everyone’s delight, Blizzard confirmed that Diablo 3 would be launching on the Nintendo Switch. As to why Blizzard chose the Switch, it’s hard to ignore that one of the reasons is monetary, in which Blizzard would like to take advantage of the console’s popularity, but we’re sure that besides that, Blizzard probably had other reasons too.

Brawlhalla Announced For The Xbox One & Nintendo Switch

Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate brawler is set for a release on the 7th of December. However if you can’t wait that long, then you might be interested to learn that during Gamescom, Ubisoft and Blue Mammoth have announced that Brawlhalla will be making its way onto both the Nintendo Switch and Xbox One on the 6th of November.

New Super Mario Bros. U Could Be Coming To The Nintendo Switch

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe was one of the titles that launched with the Nintendo Switch, although it should be noted that the game is essentially an upgraded port from the Wii U version of the game. However it all worked out in Nintendo’s favor as fans didn’t really seem to mind. Now it looks like another Wii U port could be on its way.

Diablo 3 For Nintendo Switch Gameplay Shown Off At Gamescom 2018

Diablo 3 was confirmed for the Nintendo Switch last week and while the Switch might not pack the same powerful hardware as the PS4 Pro or Xbox One, Blizzard said that the game would run at 60fps across the board. This meant that gamers can expect 60fps whether the console is docked or undocked.