Has-Been Heroes has a unique charm, achieved by unexpectedly combining strategy with a twisted sense of humour. Refreshlingly, it doesn’t take itself too seriously, but don’t mistake that for an indication its for kids and beginners — if you’re not paying
Nintendo today announced Fire Emblem: Warriors, a title to be released on Nintendo Switch and the 3DS family of consoles. The title is planned for a spring 2017 release. We’ll have more on Warriors as it is made available.
At today’s Nintendo Direct livestream, the publisher confirmed a new Fire Emblem title for Nintendo Switch. The unnamed game is expected in 2018. We’ll have more on this — and all things Fire Emblem — as more details are made available.
Electronic Arts seems to have liked its scaled-back E3 presence last year, as the publisher has today confirmed its EA Play program will return for a second year. EA Play will take place over 10-12 June 2017 at Los Angeles’
Speaking with CNET, Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime has said that friend codes are a thing of the past, at least on the Nintendo Switch. “There are no friend codes in what we’re doing,” Fils-Aime confirmed, though it’s not yet clear how
Nintendo has confirmed the differences between the Wii U and Switch versions of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild: Here’s the list, as sent to IGN: Both launch on the same day, March 3 Both have a frame
Nintendo today confirmed a Fire Emblem-themed Nintendo Direct for tomorrow, 19 January. The broadcast will begin at 9:00am AEDT tomorrow. Keep it locked to Stevivor for news as it’s made available.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U was a memorable highlight at E3 2015. I vaguely recall throwing around “mind-blowing” and something about Nintendo needing to pry the GamePad away from my jittery hands. In the daze
A Twitter user has shared photos of Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida taking part in Nintendo’s Switch reveal over the weekend… rather stalkerishly. You can check the photos out below: @yosp 吉田先生 我們的switch好玩嗎？ pic.twitter.com/d0AMNKwr9r — 秒了个RED (@q759793343) January 14, 2017 Yoshida has
Ever since Friday’s reveal of the Nintendo Switch’s launch date and price, gamers around the globe have taken to social media to argue for or against the product. I firmly believe in the Switch. I want it to succeed. I
Nintendo used its Treehouse livestream to confirm that two Joy-Con Grips will be available for the Nintendo Switch: one that charges your Joy-Cons when docked, and one that doesn’t. For the latter, you’ll have to lay down more cash. “There’s
I dismissed Arms as “the re-skinned version of Wii Sports’ Boxing” in my Switch hands-on preview, and I stand by that. It’s a drunken party game that you’ll occasionally bring out to show a friend. Actually, not even then — as it’s
Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime has said that the Nintendo Switch will not be bundled with a game in an effort to keep costs down. “We look at every launch uniquely as to what’s the right thing to do for that launch.
Nintendo has re-affirmed that there will be 2 million units shipped worldwide during the Nintendo Switch’s launch on 3 March. “What we’ve said publicly is that there will be 2 million units that will be shipped worldwide for the launch,
During Nintendo’s Treehouse livestream, it was revealed that Arms would not require motion controls to play. We’ve already described Arms as a “re-skinned version of Wii Sports’ Boxing.” The game has previously been shown with players using a Joy-Con in each hand, dodging and
Speaking with Wired, Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime said the Nintendo 3DS “will live side-by-side” with the upcoming Nintendo Switch. “The 3DS has a long life in front of it,” Fils-Aime said, adding, “I think there’s a sense that Nintendo Switch is