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All posts tagged "Nintendo Switch"

  • Super Mario Maker 2 is heading to the Switch in June

    Super Mario Maker 2 is coming to the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo announced on Thursday. The sequel to the 2015 Wii U game will sport a number of landscape enhancements, including SLOPES! The game will arrive in June 2019, so there's plenty of time to dust off that Wii U and relive some of those impossible Super Expert levels. Watch the trailer below. Feature image: screenshot, Nintendo via YouTube

  • 4 new game trailers from the Game Awards you might’ve missed

    The Game Awards 2018 wasn't just an awards show, but also a launch even for a number of upcoming video games. Apart from the surprise Mortal Kombat 11 reveal, here are four other trailers you may have missed. Far Cry: New Dawn According to Ubisoft, New Dawn is a standalone sequel to Far Cry 5 that "takes place in a world recovering from a devastating nuclear catastrophe". The game will launch on 15 February 2019, for Xbox One, PC and PS4 Dragon Age 5 The very short trailer doesn't give much away at all. On its website, Game developers Bio Ware note that they "won’t be...

  • Here’s what a membership to Nintendo Switch Online will get you

    Another Nintendo Direct took place on Thursday, revealing all the games and features coming to Nintendo devices over the course of the next year. The spotlight however, was on Nintendo Switch and its upcoming online service. In a fun little trailer, Nintendo revealed five features for those who purchase a Nintendo Switch Online membership. Play Switch games online Naturally, Switch Online gives you the opportunity to play games with your friends from around the world. You’ll also be able to “compete against players the world over” and team up with friends. Play NES games with friends online NES games, the Nintendo Classics from the 80s,...

  • Nintendo has sold more than 19m Switch consoles to date

    Nintendo has sold more than 19-million Switch consoles to date, this according to the Japanese company's Q2 2018 earnings report. "For Nintendo Switch, hardware sales in every region have been trending upwards since the video game expo, E3, was held in the US in June," the company writes in its report. It has now sold more than six-million more units than the Nintendo Wii U, and less than 20-million short of the failed console's total software sales. Speaking of which just under 87-million software units were sold for the Nintendo Switch as of the end of Q2 2018. As for its top selling...

  • Pokemon Let’s Go coming to Nintendo Switch later this year

    If you thought 2017's madness of Pokemon Go was over, think again. Nintendo has announced a new Pokemon game coming to the Switch in November. Well, it's actually two games, in the same vein as Pokemon Sun and Moon. But Pokemon Let's Go Eevee and Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu will be the first pocket monster titles for the company's new handheld console. Return to the Kanto region and experience a classic Pokémon journey in a whole new way with Pokémon: Let's Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let's Go, Eevee! on the Nintendo Switch! Coming November 16, 2018: https://t.co/kXLdxUMjjA #PokemonLetsGo pic.twitter.com/EKzQsTbDuE — Pokémon (@Pokemon) May...

  • 6 questions to ask before buying a gaming console [Tech Savvy SA]

    Tech Savvy SA is a series of articles on Gearburn and Memeburn that aims to deliver useful, locally relevant advice to the average South African. This time we look at the right gaming console for you... Buying a gaming console isn't a mindless endeavour, as they're pricey machines and you don't want to be left regretting your choice of platform. Nevertheless, there are several questions you need to ask yourself before committing to a purchase. What do my friends have? This might be the most important question for socially inclined gamers (and in general). For starters, if you buy an Xbox One and...

  • Nintendo Switch Spring Into Action sale packs some solid discounts

    The Nintendo Switch is already home to a solid library of games, but we can't afford them all, can we? Fortunately, Nintendo is holding the Spring Into Action Sale, which ends on 5 April. We've got some noteworthy deals, starting with the sub-R100 titles. In this tier, you'll find the likes of Toki Tori, Mutant Mudds Collection, Steamworld Dig, Serial Cleaner and Blaster Master Zero. Got just under R200 to spare? Then you've got titles like Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap, Thumper, Jackbox Party Pack 2, Steamworld Dig 2, Axiom Verge, Crypt of the Necrodancer and Rocket League. What about big-name...

  • Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy set for Switch, PC, X1

    The Crash Bandicoot N Sane Trilogy was one of the better remasterings out there, as the games received a drastic visual overhaul while retaining the spirit of the seminal platformers. Speculation grew that the trilogy was only a timed exclusive, and that's now been confirmed after last night's Nintendo Direct presentation, showing that the game was coming to Nintendo Switch. However, Activision has since published a blog post to reveal that it was coming to Xbox One and Steam as well. Expect a 10 July launch date for the Switch, Xbox One and Steam versions of the N Sane Trilogy. Other games...

  • Watch new trailer for SA’s own Semblance, coming to PC, Switch

    Semblance is one of the more eagerly anticipated games coming from the African continent, the product of Nyamakop Games. Now, the studio has revealed a new trailer for the title, which is set to launch on Steam and Nintendo Switch. The trailer is also accompanied by news that the game has a publisher in the form of Good Shepherd Entertainment, responsible for titles like the Oh Sir franchise and Breach and Clear: Deadline. In case you've missed the game's concept, Semblance is a side-scrolling platformer that allows you to deform the environment to progress. "Can't reach a collectible? Just deform and elevate a...

  • Diablo 3 indeed confirmed for Nintendo Switch – report

    A few days ago, Blizzard caused a stir after posting a somewhat provocative tweet, forcing the company to say it didn't "have any current plans to announce" Diablo 3 on Switch. Now, sources have told Eurogamer that the port is indeed in the works, confirming it will be a port of Diablo 3. There was no word on whether the Switch version would add downloadable content as well. The publication's sources said they were surprised to see the Twitter post because "the game's reveal remains several months off". In case you missed the Twitter post in question, it showed a Diablo character...