Nothing pleases a game collector more than the word “exclusivity”, and amongst a few companies that offer that very thing, Super Rare Games has quickly earned its followers- specially in the Nintendo Switch community.
Blizzard just announced that Diablo III is coming to the Nintendo Switch with the Eternal Collection and shiny, exclusive transmogs.
Nintendo recently confirmed that paid online services will launch in the second half of September for the Nintendo Switch.
4Gamer just released this week’s latest Japanese sales numbers for both software and hardware sold, with the newly released Taiko no Tatsujin for the Nintendo Switch, taking the number one spot.
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1+2 will be released tomorrow as both physical and digital copies.
Read moreDragon Ball FighterZ’s Nintendo Switch Open Beta Starts Next Month After the beta, the game will be released on the Nintendo Switch on September 28 along with new and local multiplayer features.
Weather alert for all Nintendo Switch physical collectors: Games are raining! Yesterday was a wild-storm as Super Rare Games announced not one, but nine upcoming physical releases we will all be able to get our hands on soon.
PQube just announced that their pixel art thriller, STAY, will be going out on PS4 and the Nintendo Switch.
Nintendo just spoke about releasing roughly 20 to 30 indie games on the Switch per week in the future.
A game’s post-launch support is as important as the game’s original quality. With that said, Mojang’s recent re-release of Minecraft for the Nintendo Switch seems to be a clear showing of the company’s willingness to offer buyers the latest in the Minecraft world.
The Nintendo Switch release date of Dragon Ball FighterZ has officially been set.