Everyone's getting a battle royale these days. Like a Mountain Dew-crazed Oprah handing out gaming goodies, just about every video game is getting a battle royale variant. The latest? Fallout 76, for some reason. Oh, and this fan-made conversion of the original Super Mario Bros., known simply as Mario Royale. Which you should go out and play right a-bloody-way.
Two weeks ago we saw Nintendo release a brand new update for the Switch, and it now includes a mode that allows you to overclock the CPU.
For many avid tabletop gamers, The Settlers of Catan is the one that got them hooked. Now it's coming to the Nintendo Switch.
An awful lot of thought goes in to creating Nintendo's worlds, and that's certainly the case with Yoshi's Crafted World. Yoshi's Crafted World stars the titular dinosaur and a multicoloured collection of friends (all known as Yoshi, to avoid confusion). Supporting two players at once, Crafted World is a little like Super Mario Bros. U. If you chuck out Ninty's main lineup and make the rest of ...[Read More]
When you think of the Nintendo Switch, you don't really think of shooters. Because, well, Call of Duty and Battlefield haven't released on the console yet. But there are some good games: Doom, Wolfenstein II, Payday 2, even Skyrim (if you're an archer or two-fisting spells as a mage) is an option. Actual FPS Modern Combat Blackout? Well, that one's got a ways to go still.
The Wall Street Journal has reported that we could see two new Switch consoles from Nintendo as soon as mid-2019.
Labo, the cardboard DIY kits that Nintendo offers for its Switch console continues to evolve, and next up it's bringing VR to the Japanese portable console.
In a Pokémon Direct stream, Nintendo announced Pokémon Sword and Pokémon Shield, a pair of new Switch games that represent the next generation of the mainline series.
In honour of this week's Mobile World Congress event, we've decided to take this Light Start and make it about anything except mobile phones.
When Nintendo took the wraps off Super Smash Bros. Ultimate last year, fans around the world were very, very excited. The internet was flooded with videos of fans losing their collective minds at the prospect of a return to Final Destination on the Switch.