I’m in a pickle. The new demo for the upcoming JRPG Octopath Traveler lets you play the first three hours of the game a few weeks early. Instead of making three hours’ worth of progress, I’ve spent that time trying to figure out which main character to choose.
With Mario Tennis Aces coming to the Switch this Friday, I asked our resident tennis aficionado Tim Rogers to play me in a “best of three” series.
Octopath Traveler, the Nintendo Switch exclusive from the team behind Bravely Default, will not have any DLC. Why? Because it’s already a complete game, says Square Enix.
At Lego DC Super-Villains’ E3 Demo, I spent a little too much time in the character select screen. The game is all about you creating a ne’er-do-well of your own and I thought... do they have a purple hat and black overalls in this thing? Could I really be any bad guy I could dream of?
Did you know Nintendo just unveiled a new Smash Bros. game for Switch, and that it features every fighter in the history of the series? You say you did know that? Oh, okay.
Inazuma Eleven: Balance Of Ares has been delayed to fall 2018 in Japan. It’s slated for PS4, Switch, iOS and Android. A Western release date has not yet been announced.
The E3 press conferences are over, and there’s a lot to talk about. Maybe not as much as we were hoping for, but still a lot.
Fortnite on Switch will support voice chat through the headphone jack and not through some stupid phone app, just like a normal-ass game. It’s not currently available in the Switch version of Epic’s popular battle royale game that launched today, but will be on Thursday.
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is bringing back everyone—literally everyone—from every Smash game, and the internet is losing their damn minds over this.
Today Nintendo closed out the 2018 E3 press gauntlet with a streamed conference that was largely focused on Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, with only a few other announcements peppered in for flavor.
The Yoshi side-scroller for Switch that Nintendo announced a year ago and let people play at E3 is missing in action at this year’s show, despite being originally slated for a 2018 release.
Our first real look at Fire Emblem: Three Houses, which is coming to Switch next year, shows all the classic tactical combat, now with the graphical capabilities to give everyone feet.
Fortnite is (finally) on the Nintendo Switch. Starting today at 10am PT/ 1 ET, you have a whole new way to get in trouble for playing it in class.
Nintendo announced the first Mario Party game for Switch, Super Mario Party, is coming October 5 during its E3 Direct today. Rather than just be another iteration on the series, the new game looks like it’ll take advantage of all the Switch’s unique features, as well as create some new ones, like the ability to…
Overcooked 2 is real, and it’s coming to Switch on August 7th. Now that you can throw ingredients (thank god!) and play online, I’m sure I’m going to find whole new ways to frustrate my pals while trying to finish a dinner service.
For a lovely few years during the heyday of the Playstation 3 we got a steady drip of new PixelJunk games. They were usually really good. Now, after a seven-year (mostly) dry spell, we’ve got two more.
The Nintendo Switch eShop just got easier to use with the 5.1.0 firmware update. The Best Sellers page now lists 30 games instead of just 20 with an additional option for download-only games. It’s also now possible to click on developers’ names to find other games they’ve made. Now if only there was voice chat.
Pokémon Quest is a cute little RPG that I enjoy playing, but that I feel like I’ll enjoy more once it actually comes to phones in June.
Last night Nintendo announced Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee, two new Pokémon games coming to Switch in November. They may not be what people were expecting or hoping for, but any time there’s new Pokémon games, the internet is gonna freak out.
Let’s Go Pikachu and Let’s Go Eevee are real, and coming to the Switch on November 16, Nintendo announced this evening, confirming previous leaks and rumors. These games will take players all the way back to Kanto region to collect the original 151 Pokémon, and they’ll feel very different than any Pokémon game we’ve…