Half Of Switch Owners Have Bought Zelda, Mario Kart, & Super Mario Odyssey

Nintendo has a stable of classic franchises that are almost always guaranteed to do well whenever they launch. This is why it doesn’t really come as a surprise to learn that half of Nintendo Switch owners own a copy of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, Super Mario Odyssey, and/or Mario Kart 8 Deluxe.


Nintendo Won’t Restock NES And SNES Classic Mini Consoles

Nintendo hit its fans with a heavy dose of nostalgia in 2016 with the NES Classic mini console. It followed that up with the SNES Classic in 2017. Supplies have almost always remained tight, more so during the holiday season, and if you’ve been thinking about picking one you might want to get your hands on one soon before supplies run out. That’s because Nintendo has said that once they […]


Fortnite’s Cross-Platform Tools Offered To Other Developers For Free

Fortnite battle royale is a massive cross-platform hit. The title is available on a variety of gaming and mobile platforms. The underlying software infrastructure which supports this cross-platform behemoth is quite complex and Epic would be justified in keeping it closed. It’s not doing that, though, as Epic has said that it’s going to offer all of the underlying software and tools to other developers for free.


Trainer Battles Have Officially Arrived For Pokemon GO

Ever since Pokemon GO was launched, many have been asking for Niantic to bring PVP into the game. After all being able to battle your friends in the regular version of Pokemon was what made the game so appealing to begin with, or at least that was one of the things that helped. It was earlier this month that Niantic finally confirmed the feature would be coming, and now it […]


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Todd McFarlane Seemingly Confirms Spawn Will Be In Mortal Kombat 11

Just the other day, Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced, but apart from the announcement, not much else was known about the game. However it looks like we might be able to confirm at least one more character that would be added to the game and that comes in the form of Spawn.


Nintendo Could Be Looking To Rename The Switch’s eShop

The Nintendo Switch eShop is a pretty straightforward name and it more or less tells you what it is about. However could Nintendo be possibly thinking of changing its name? According to a recent lawsuit, it seems that the company could be thinking of doing so where the name could be changed to the “Nintendo Switch Online shop”.


Razer SoftMiner Uses PC Idle Time To Mine For Cryptocurrencies

Razer today announced the launch of a new desktop app called the Razer SoftMiner. The app makes use of idle GPU processing power of gamers’ powerful machines to mine for cryptocurrencies in the background. The mining process involves solving complex puzzles on the blockchain. Those who use this app will be rewarded with Razer Silver virtual credits depending on how long they have SoftMiner running.


Italian GameStop Seemingly Leaks Mortal Kombat 11 Details

Last week during the Game Awards 2018, Mortal Kombat 11 was officially announced. The game’s official trailer was released, but apart from showing off two characters within the trailer, not much else was known about the game. However it seems that in a post on Test Your Might, details about the game was discovered thanks to a leak on the Italian GameStop’s website.


Overwatch Has A New Game Mode In The Works

We reckon that Blizzard has actually done a pretty good job of keeping Overwatch update in terms of content. They have introduced a bunch of new heroes, new maps, and also kept players entertained with seasonal events that are held throughout the year, such as the recent Winter Wonderland event which has just kicked off.


World Of Warcraft: Tides Of Vengeance Patch Is Now Live

As expected when Blizzard released the World of Warcraft: Battle for Azeroth expansion, players were quick to complete the initial round of endgame content that  Blizzard had initially made available. Also as expected, many players had gripes about the initial release of the game which Blizzard planned to fix in an upcoming patch.


Nintendo Switch Online Won’t Mirror The Competition

One of the changes that Nintendo made to its business model with the Switch was introduce a paid online subscription service. This means that unlike in the past where gamers could play online against each other for free, Switch gamers who want to enjoy internet multiplayer will need to pay for the online service.


Smash Bros. Ultimate Update Will Convert Replays To Videos

Now that Nintendo has effectively announced the end of the Nintendo Creators Program (which will happen by the end of the year), it means that if you wanted to upload videos of yourself playing a Nintendo game and monetize it on YouTube, you can go ahead and do so without worrying about Nintendo crashing your party (within reason, of course).


Nintendo Recommends Ethernet Dongle To Play Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Online

From what we can tell, Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate has proven to be a smashing success. However if there is one main criticism that many seem to have, it would be with the multiplayer feature of the game where it seems that many gamers are complaining of how laggy it is.


Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Sells 1.23 Million Copies In Japan

It goes without saying that many were expecting a lot of good things from Nintendo’s Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, and so far it looks like the game has delivered as many are reporting that the game is selling really well. The latest numbers come courtesy of Famitsu (via Gematsu) in which apparently the game sold 1.23 million copies in the first three days of availability.