In a flurry of tweets Wednesday evening, Nintendo is on quite the roll to round out January 2018. In addition to announcing a release month for their paid online service and announcing a new Mario Kart mobile title, Nintendo of America has announced that Nintendo is in talks with Illumination Entertainment, […] Read More
Taking to Twitter yet again today, Nintendo of America has announced its latest mobile app, Mario Kart Tour, and that it will be launching sometime during fiscal year 2019. The checkered flag has been raised and the finish line is near. A new mobile application is now in development: Mario Kart […] Read More
We finally have a release window for Nintendo Switch’s paid online service! According to a tweet from the official Nintendo of America Twitter account, the premium online service will be launching in September 2018. #NintendoSwitch Online will launch in September 2018! pic.twitter.com/h3Rpeyymsx — Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 1, 2018 […] Read More
We’re finally back after a looooooooong holiday break! Join Nick and Chris as they react to the recent Nintendo Direct Mini, discuss everything Nintendo Labo, explore a potentially odd investor plan for a RollerCoaster Tycoon Switch game, and much more!
As an increasing number of party games hit Nintendo Switch, it’s sometimes difficult to keep up. Though aimed at only one or two players, two new games from developer Vile Monarch, Oh…Sir! The Insult Simulator and Oh…Sir! The Hollywood Roast are out now on the Switch eShop. Originally developed for […] Read More
The first patch for Nine Parchments on Nintendo Switch is now live, and it brings a host of welcome improvements. The main attraction here is that the game finally supports multiple save slots, what we considered to be the game’s chief issue in our review. Here’s the full changelog (from a Frozenbyte […] Read More
After last week’s surprising (or not-so-surprising) Nintendo Direct Mini, surely Nintendo had played their full hand for early 2018, right? Apparently not, as today Nintendo unveiled their new DIY peripheral initiative, Nintendo Labo. Coming in two flavors (the Toy-Con 1 Variety Kit for $69.99 USD and the Toy-Con 2 Robot […] Read More