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Monster Boy playable on Nintendo Switch at Gamescom

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 16 Aug 2017

THE LEGENDARY SERIES IS BACK AFTER 23 YEARS! Monster Boy is being created to bring back the enjoyment of the classic games that shine by simplicity. Exciting gameplay, upbeat music and smooth graphics. You’ll need to overcome huge bosses, find…

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Nyko announces Switch Joy Con charging blocks, Charge up to 4 Joy Con at the same time

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 15 Aug 2017

Nyko is probably best known for those player 2 only controllers of our youth. The odd colored, odd shaped controllers that you gave your friend becuase you were at your house, so you got to be player one. Well as…

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We’ve Got The Sonic Mania! – A Sonic the Hedgehog Retrospective

by Owen Connolly | Consoles Nintendo Opinion Other PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 Switch XBOX | 0 Comments | 14 Aug 2017

The Start of it All   I feel like most people when starting to talk about modern Sonic games would start with a highly emotional nostalgia trip back to the glorious 90’s. Now as any rational person will tell you,…

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Gear.Club Unlimited releases first teaser, Will this be the Switches first realist racer?

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 03 Aug 2017

Mario Kart 8 may by my favorite current Switch game, I love how it plays and feels, but sometimes it leaves me longing for a bit more of a realistic racer. Enter Gear.Club Unlimited. A realistic racer that lets players…

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Use Your Words Launches on Nintendo Switch

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 03 Aug 2017

Wildly popular party game Use Your Words is out today for Switch. I can not think of  a better more fun game to utilize the unique ability that a single Switch has to be taken to a party and used…

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Phantom Trigger coming to PC and Nintendo Switch Aug 10.

by fionna Schweit | News Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 02 Aug 2017

Phantom Trigger is one of those games that you just have to play to get. Its described as a hardcore neon slasher with RPG elements, but really its castlevania but with a new coat of paint. I fell in love…

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Telltale’s Batman and Guardian series are coming to switch (leak confirmed with product page)

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Switch | 0 Comments | 31 Jul 2017

Well its always down to the retailers to blow the cool announcements. It seems that a few retailers have listed the Telltale games Batman and Guardians of the Galaxy on their site for pre-order prior to any official announcement. The…

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Action Platformer Slime-san is launching on the Nintendo Switch August 3rd

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Switch | 0 Comments | 29 Jul 2017

Slime-san is launching on the Nintendo Switch August 3rd! Slime-san was created by he critically-acclaimed independent game studio Fabraz from New York. Described as one giant worm, a slimy hero, hundreds of levels and an incredible, all-star soundtrack Slime-san’s escape is coming to Nintendo Switch…

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Dragon Quest XI gets a western release date in 2018

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Nintendo PlayStation 4 Switch | 0 Comments | 29 Jul 2017

There is no question that the Switch is ready for the Dragon Quest franchise, now it seems like were going to get one. Square Enix today are teasing that Dragon Quest XI will be coming soon, and since Nintendo only…

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PEW PEW! WAKKA WAKKA WAKKA! NAMCO MUSEUM™ RETRO GAME COLLECTION NOW AVAILABLE ON NINTENDO SWITCH™

by piratejit | News Switch | 0 Comments | 28 Jul 2017

BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment America Inc. announces that NAMCO MUSEUM™ is now available in the Americas via the Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch™. NAMCO MUSEUM is a classic games compilation featuring arcade favorites including PAC-MAN™, Dig Dug™, Galaga™, Galaga™ ‘88, The Tower of Druaga™, Rolling Thunder™,…

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