If Nintendo Secured These 3 Games For Switch, It Would Be a BIG DEAL

Hey everyone! I was thinking of what games I’d love to see on Switch and thought that these 3 games would be a HUGE DEAL if they landed on the System. Check out my latest Youtube video and let me know what YOU want on the system. Be sure to subscribe to the channel while you’re at it.

Super Smash Bros Switch Coming This Year?

Nintendo insider Emily Rogers is reporting that Nintendo plans to release a Super Smash Bros title this year for the Nintendo Switch console. The game will reportedly be released in time for the Holiday season and will be announced in the near future. This seems like a perfect game to take advantage of the upcoming online system for the Switch but we will have to wait a little longer to hear more. This news comes from a post on the popular video game forums reset era. Here is the quote from the forum:

I can only confirm two things:

1. A Smash Bros title will be announced and released for Switch later this year.
2. They added brand new content and re-worked some of the existing Wii U/3DS content.

As always, we will report more as it develops.

DOOM Nintendo Switch Patch Notes

Here are the full patch notes for the recent update for DOOM on Nintendo Switch. There are a number of major improvements, so be sure to check out the full rundown below:

New Features!

Motion Aiming – New control scheme option allows you to tilt the Nintendo Switch for more precise aiming
Multiplayer Parties – Added new party system, making it easier to group up and play with your friends in multiplayer
Updated Game Icon – Game icon now matches the DOOM for Nintendo Switch box art


Increased the average resolution in lower-res areas of the game
Implemented CPU optimizations
Added Traditional Chinese language support


Fixed an issue that resulted in a possible crash when using the BFG
Fixed an issue that caused audio issues while playing
Fixed an issue that caused stretched textures to appear in multiplayer
Fixed an issue where controls became unresponsive on the game menu
Fixed an issue where players may have incorrectly received a ban notice in multiplayer

Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy Almost Confirmed For Switch

It’s starting to become one of the industries worst kept secrets but Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy has “almost” been confirmed for Nintendo Switch. Spanish video game retailer XtraLife has put up a listing on their website for Crash Bandicoot: N Sane Trilogy for the Nintendo Switch and players were even able to preorder the game. I think Crash would have a good home on the Switch and we think it’s only a matter of time before the game gets officially announced.

More as it develops.

Splatoon 2 Sells Over 2 Million in Japan Alone

This just in; Splatoon 2 for Nintendo Switch has now sold over 2 million units in Japan alone. The standout Nintendo Switch game released last year and still continues to be a huge seller for Nintendo. Total sales of the game have already surpassed a staggering 2,016,182 units. Spatoon 2 only took thirty weeks to reach two million and is incredible news for the franchise as a whole.

Congrats Nintendo and here’s to 2 million more!

All New Switch Ad Hits

Nintendo has unleashed an all new Nintendo Switch ad and you can watch it above. Adorned with the tagline “Anytime, anywhere”, the trailer showcases just what makes the system so special. To date, the system has already sold more than its predecessor the Wii U and continues to sell very well at retail. With its clear message and great lineup of games, we don’t see the Switch’s hype dying any time soon.

Check out the new trailer and let us know what you all think.

SteamWorld Dig 2 Getting A Physical Release On Nintendo Switch

In case you missed downloading SteamWorld Dig 2 for Switch, you may be in luck; the game will be getting a physical release on the system this Spring. Here is what the CEO at Image and Form had to say regarding the highly-rated video game:

“We’re totally humbled by the community’s reaction to SteamWorld Dig 2”, said Brjann Sigurgeirsson, CEO at Image & Form. “This latest SteamWorld adventure is a milestone, and we’re naturally very proud of it. Many fans are now asking for a physical release, so it makes me very happy to be able to partner up with Rising Star Games for a boxed version. We’re also excited that additional exclusive items will be included as well!”

This will sure be a nice addition to my Nintendo Switch game collection, don’t you think?


Bayonetta is blasting her way to Nintendo Switch in Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2, but how does she look on the new system? Well the good people over at Nintendo Life have put together a nice comparison video, so check it out above. I have already pre-ordered and paid mine in full so I am ready for this months release!

Check it out and enjoy.

Nintendo News DUMP; Mario Kart to Mobile And More Switch Online News

In case you missed it, Nintendo announced a slew of new items yesterday so I have decided to include them all in one post in this “Nintendo News Dump”!

I had to work late last night so I couldn’t post any of this awesome Nintendo news. Nintendo announced that Mario Kart is headed to mobile platforms sometime within this fiscal year. We think it’s going to be a very good move and can only imagine where they could go with this. With the millions upon millions of iOS and Android users, Mario Kart on mobile phones will no doubt be HUGE!! The games name appears to be Mario Kart Tour. I am hoping we see some actual gameplay on the game soon, so keep it here for more details.

Nintendo also officially confirmed the animated Super Mario Bros. movie. Nintendo is partnering with Illumination to make the movie. The movie will apparently be co-produced by Shigeru Miyamoto and Chris Meledandri. More on this match made in heaven as it becomes available.

And finally the Nintendo Switch’s online plans will be coming to the console later this year. September looks to be the launch date, so expect to hear something in the near future regarding the online service. Details are VERY scarce but Nintendo has stated that they would like to keep costs down for consumers.