Shigeru Miyamoto mentioned how he feels about getting classic games on the Nintendo Switch in a recent interview with Game Informer.
Zelda-clones are my second-favorite genre, right behind real Zelda titles. The Nintendo Switch has been getting a ton of awesome indie games, and among them are some fantastic Zelda-clones. Nintendo probably won’t be releasing a 2D Zelda on Switch anytime soon, but that’s fine — these Zelda-clones fill in that gap wonderfully.
From our friends over at Link’s Hideaway: “As we turn our attention to the recent Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp news, it’s important to note that every major Nintendo franchise has seen its own release on smartphones except for one: The Legend of Zelda. This begs the question of whether or not we will ever see […]
Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King is a Zelda-clone in the vein of A Link to the Past. It’s releasing exclusively for Nintendo Switch this winter courtesy of Castle Pixel and FDG Entertainment.
I finally set my controller down, taking a quick peek at my phone before my heart skipped a beat — it was already past 10 P.M. and I missed the Animal Crossing mobile direct by over an hour. On my TV screen were words that I had seen about a thousand times before: “Thy Game Is […]
Several titles, including the fantastic Metroidvania-style indie Axiom Verge, are on sale in the Nintendo Switch eShop.
The Nintendo Switch 4.0.0. update that launched last week also added support for GameCube controllers, it has been discovered.
Revenant Saga is a full-blown RPG on the Nintendo Switch inspired by many great RPGs of the past that we have grown to love, namely Final Fantasy. With all this great inspiration, is Revenant Saga an RPG gem in its own right or does it simply tread familiar ground?
Atlas has released a teaser trailer for Shin Megami Tensei V, revealing that the title is in development exclusively for Nintendo Switch.
The Nintendo Switch has revitalized gaming for me. Being able to take big games like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and addicting indies like Stardew Valley on the go is astounding. Beyond that, the joycons in the grip may be my favorite Nintendo controller. I want to play everything on Switch at this point, […]
The defining element of the Fire Emblem series isn’t its game world or its villains — it’s the fantastic turn-based strategy that each title offers. Fire Emblem Warriors is the latest Warriors series crossover, and ever since it was revealed, I thought that Fire Emblem was an odd choice. There would be a lot of potential in a crossover with Fire Emblem […]
You can change your class for any character in Fire Emblem Warriors when you have met the following two conditions: that character has reached level 15 and you have at least one Master Seal. When you’ve met both requirements, go to the Crest Market, select your character, and then select the Boost option. The first crest […]
The Count Lucanor is a modern throwback to pixelated mystery games, promising to provide both enough challenges and critical thinking with a spooky storyline.
The developer behind the upcoming port of DOOM for Nintendo Switch is “bummed” that gamers focus on a title’s framerate and resolution.
A new update is now available for Splatoon 2. This patch is mostly a bug fix and no major changes are included. You can check the change log below: Fixed an issue allowing Brella weapons used by opponents to shoot while their umbrellas remained open. Fixed an issue allowing players using the Goo Tuber to […]
One of my favorite games on the Nintendo Entertainment System is Zelda II: The Adventure of Link. It’s sort of the black sheep of the Zelda franchise; Zelda II is wedged between two series and genre-defining titles in the original The Legend of Zelda and A Link to the Past, and it plays completely differently from any Zelda title that Nintendo […]
Blue chests are scattered all around Elliot Quests world and they’re the best source for gold coins in the game. Unfortunately, the blue chests can’t be opened by shooting an arrow at them like other chests can; you have to find a special blue key to open them instead.
Yesterday’s 4.0.0 update for Nintendo Switch has added support for wireless headsets that can be connected via USB to the Switch dock. According to one Reddit user, PlayStation 4 USB headsets work just fine. [ Source ]
JYDGE is another top-down tactics game set in the same universe as Neon Chrome. JYDGE takes that same game engine and implements a different story and new tactics in an effort to improve upon and provide a new experience from Neon Chrome. Does JYDGE succeed in this?
Today’s Nintendo Download brings several new titles to Nintendo Switch between October 19 and October 24, including the long-awaited Fire Emblem Warriors.