One of the best announcements to come out of Nintendo’s camp during E3 2017 was the fact that Rocket League is headed to the Nintendo Switch. The popular game is phenomenal and seems like a perfect fit for the Switch. Now, the developers are coming out and stating that the game is AHEAD of schedule and development has gone swimmingly. Here is what they had to say regarding the title:
“We’re actually ahead of where we thought we’d be. We didn’t think we would have it running this smooth, this early. For a while we were concerned about whether we’d have anything to show at E3 at all. We have a very talented team at Psyonix. Our engineers have done a lot of hard work to make sure this runs as well as it does already. We’ve already discovered things in the last few weeks that we weren’t aware of a few weeks ago. It’s already made the game perform incredibly. We’re very encouraged.”
I am going to “double dip” on Rocket League and pick it up (again) when it’s released later this year for Nintendo Switch.
What happens when you combine a quick and intuitive control scheme, vibrant, colorful graphics, a cast of characters that’s instantly lovable and a game that’s insanely fun to play? You have a brand new IP on one of Nintendo’s hottest systems in ARMS for Nintendo Switch. Yes my friends, ARMS has officially taken over the Nintendo Switch and chances are, you have already heard about it! The all new game from Nintendo has already made a huge splash since its release and with the promise of constant DLC (all free mind you), ARMS may end up becoming something great.
How does Nintendo’s latest release for the Switch fair? Read our official ARMS review and find out.
The Nintendo Switch has now sold over one million units in Japan alone. The latest home console from the big N passed this milestone despite shortages across the area (and pretty much around the world). Nintendo is coming off a great E3 show and has also shared that there are more, unannounced titles to come to the system this year. They have to be pleased with sales and reception for the hybrid console so far and with heavy hitters like Splatoon 2, Xenoblade and Super Mario Odyssey headed to the Switch, sales will be very nice for its first year at retail.
More news on Nintendo Switch sales as it develops.
Nintendo Of America has confirmed that Metroid Prime 4 and the New Pokémon game for Nintendo Switch are indeed 2018 Games. Both titles were mentioned during Nintendo’s E3 2017 spotlight and had fans clamoring for more regarding the two titles. Here is the official comment regarding Metroid Prime 4 and the new Pokémon for Nintendo Switch:
Just as you get through a game and you’re starting to put your head up, put the periscope out to see what else is out there, hopefully we’ll have something right there for you. We’ve announced a nice lineup through this year, and next year we have some big games coming with Metroid 4. 2018 will be around Metroid, Kirby, Yoshi, new Pokemon game has been announced. We feel good about the lineup for this year and beyond.
With both these major titles as well as Kirby and Yoshi, things are looking good for Switch owners in 2018.
Hello everyone and welcome to another video. This video discusses how big ARMS for Nintendo Switch has sold in Japan and how much we like the game. It seems like Nintendo has another big hit on their hands so let us know what you guys think after you watch the video. If you’re feeling awesome be sure to drop us a comment and subscribe to the channel. Thank you for watching!
We are thoroughly enjoying the newly released Switch game ARMS at my house, so we had to feature the game again in our “image of the day” story. Today’s ARMS artwork is outstanding and we hope you like it as much as we do.
Check it out and let us know if you have played the game. Enjoy.
Rocket League developers have confirmed that the game will run at 720P and 60FPS when it releases on Nintendo Switch later this year. One of the highlights from the Nintendo Spotlight was the announcement of this incredible game and will come packed with cross-play for anyone looking to play online.
Rocket League is headed to the Nintendo Switch this winter. Look for it Holiday time. Stay tuned for more info.
If you are a Nintendo Switch owner, you may have realized that ARMS was released today. We are having a great time with it at my house but I found something interesting today while perusing the internet. Apparently Japanese copies of the Switch exclusive released with stickers alongside the game! It would’ve been pretty sweet if Nintendo decided to let NA gamers pick these up as well but alas, they decided against it.
Check out the Japanese goodies for ARMS and let us know if you picked up the game. Look for our official review soon.
During Nintendo’s E3 2017 treehouse live event, an all new DLC character for ARMS was shown. His name, Max Brass! Max Brass for ARMS will be available next month as free DLC for the game, so check out the video above and watch him in action.
ARMS comes out tomorrow exclusively for Nintendo Switch. Look for our full review soon!