Snipperclips: Cut It Out Together! is the Switch’s second-best launch game, almost beating out The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the honour. Forget about the shovelware that is 1-2-Switch; Snipperclips has a cheap entry point, simple yet demanding gameplay

You know what March means — Switchmas! In addition to Nintendo’s latest console, we’ve a number of great games for PC, Xbox One, PS4, 3DS and Vita on the way. Here’s what to expect over March 2017 here in Australia*:

UPDATE: Nintendo Australia has confirmed Snipperclips is a Switch launch title from the eShop for $30. No word on if we’ll be getting the Joy-Con bundle announced for Europe. Snipperclips – Cut it out, together! comes to Nintendo #eShop for

Gaetano, Shane and Steve are your hosts this week, talking the Nintendo Switch, Resident Evil 7, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands and For Honor. Let’s get straight into it, shall we? Remember to post comments here, or on FenixBazaar, or take to

Preview: Snipperclips

I’ve entered into a love affair with Snipperclips. I fully expect it to be a fiery, passionate one, burning white hot, yet for only the briefest of moments. Our fling will be unforgettable, but more akin to ships passing in

Update: SFB’s Tom Vian has taken to Twitter to confirm the news. Hi! Yes, we are making Snipperclips with Nintendo! Thanks for the great feedback, we can't wait for you all to have fun playing it together! pic.twitter.com/DMSQPbFgEx — Tom Vian

Switch previews: Is it a day one purchase? | Is it worth upgrading from Wii U? After three bustling hours hands-on, Nintendo has sold me on the Switch hardware – it’s a groundbreaking handheld system – but failed to impress with

Snipperclips, a two-player co-op puzzle game for the Nintendo Switch, was clearly a highlight of Stevivor’s hands-on time yesterday. If you missed it in Nintendo’s late-night Treehouse livestream, we’ve now got ten minutes of gameplay to share with you now.

Switch previews: Is it a day one purchase? | Is it worth upgrading from Wii U? I finished watching Nintendo’s recent Switch livestream with a weird mixture of excitement and disappointment that I’m sure many of you share. As a concept,