Nintendo advertised their April 12th Nintendo Direct as a showcase for the upcoming Switch titles ARMS and Splatoon2, and while those games got their moments in the spotlight, they certainly didn’t come alone. The 35-minute Direct allocated much of its time to announcing details and release dates for a variety of games–both retail and download–for the Nintendo Switch, as well as the 3DS.
A new era begins in the world of Nintendo tomorrow with the release of the hotly anticipated Switch. The unique platform will attempt to be a home console that you can take with you on the go, blurring the line between Nintendo’s home console and handheld divisions.
Monster Hunter fans in the West no longer have to feel like we’re missing out; Monster Hunter Generations finally hits US store shelves later this week! This new entry promises a host of additions to the addicting hunting formula, most noteworthy of all, those nifty Hunting Arts that let us bound over monsters or strike back with special attacks like we’re Dragon Ball Z characters.
Nintendo didn’t even try to hide the fact that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild was their prized show horse for this year’s E3 (our coverage of that can be found here) but Link’s next grand adventure didn’t come alone at the biggest event in gaming. Even while they played the most definitive role of “second fiddle” ever, several other Nintendo titles were demo’d at E3 and promised Nintendo fans some entertaining experiences for the rest of the year and beyond.
It’s back to Gotham for yet another installment in the Lego Batman universe. Continue reading Hindsight – Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review
Hello fellow geeks! Now I can’t be the only one who picked up a copy of Animal Crossing Happy Home Designer can I?! Yeah that’s what I thought! Continue reading Animal Crossing: Happy Home Designer Review