Scribblenauts Showdown Announced

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment today announced Scribblenauts™ Showdown, a new video game based on the inventive franchise that expands upon the puzzle-action series’ creativity by introducing two new party game modes for one to four players. Scribblenauts™ Showdown will be available 9th March for Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system and Xbox One.

Another Nintendo Direct Incoming?

Another day and another rumor for Nintendo… This new rumor points to another Nintendo Direct possibly popping up later this week. An “industry insider” on Reset Era has stated that we should expect a short Nintendo Direct on January 18th (which is this Thursday). The Direct is expected to be smaller in length to the Nintendo Direct Mini which took place last week. We expect more details hopefully soon, so keep it here.

Nintendo Direct Mini Presentation

In case you missed Nintendo’s stealthy Nintendo Direct Mini, be sure to watch the video above and see what was announced during the presentation. Everything from Dark Souls to Donkey Kong to a new Mario Tennis was shown, so watch the Nintendo Direct Mini above.

It was a good presentation but has me thinking there may be more… What do you guys think?

Gunhouse Coming Soon to Nintendo Switch Trailer

Gunhouse is described as being a “goofy puzzle-meets-tower defense game” by its developers. This Nintendo Switch indie is headed to the system on January 15th and was originally released on the PlayStation Mobile (Vita) platform in 2014. It seems pretty interesting if you ask me… I’m not fully sold on it though.

What do you guys think?

Nintendo Switch is Now The Fastest Selling Console of All Time (US)

Nintendo Switch has officially become the fastest-selling home video game system in U.S. history. The system is already home to some of the best titles around and the future looks bright indeed. With heavy hitters such as Super Mario Odyssey, Splatoon 2, Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Zelda, Doom and more already on the system, we cannot wait to see what 2018 will bring.

“Fans across the country have experienced the joy of playing their favorite games at home or on the go,” said Reggie Fils-Aime, Nintendo of America’s President and COO. “Now that many more people have received Nintendo Switch systems for the holidays, we look forward to bringing them fun new surprises in 2018 and beyond.”

Count us in Nintendo! Congrats.

Xeodrifter is Coming To Nintendo Switch

Atooi has announced that Xeodrifter will be making its way onto the Nintendo Switch eShop in the near future. The game was originally released back in 2014 but is now officially headed to Nintendo’s hybrid console. Atooi has announced that we will be hearing more information on Xeodrifter, so stay tuned for more news… Perhaps at an upcoming Nintendo Direct?

Is The New Nintendo Direct Happening January 11th

An all new rumor has surfaced regarding Nintendo’s new Nintendo Direct for January. The rumor points to the company hosting the show on January 11th and has typically been the best way for Nintendo to kick off the new year. Although we haven’t heard anything official from the big N, we fully expect something to happen this month as it has for the past couple of years. We can’t wait to see what we will be playing on our Nintendo Switch’s this year and will be here to report the news when the show hits.

More on this as it develops.

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Nintendo Switch Once Again Takes Over Japan in Sales

Nintendo Switch is on a in terms of sales and the system has officially taken over in Japan. Nintendo’s hybrid console has been popular around the globe but in Japan, the system is selling WHITE HOT! Check out the latest sales from Japan and see for yourself how impressive the sales have been for the Switch.

Here is the full breakdown:

Switch – 269,684 (221,210)
PlayStation 4 – 50,662 (45,161)
New 2DS LL – 45,387 (31,653)
New 3DS LL – 27,947 (19,115)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 16,595 (17,804)
PlayStation Vita – 14,041 (9,049)
2DS – 6,992 (4,324)
Xbox One – 687 (2,175)
New 3DS – 311 (421)
Wii U – 98 (75)
PlayStation 3 – 40 (44)
Xbox One X – 32 (132)

Wow Nintendo…. HUGE numbers!