If you’re looking to get into the cult hit Stardew Valley on Nintendo Switch, you won’t have to wait much longer. Stared Valley is officially set to release on the Nintendo Switch on October 5th. If you want a copy of the game, it will cost $14.99 so get those wallets loaded up.
I will be downloading the game on Thursday for Nintendo Switch to see what all the fuss is about! Will you?
Thanks to Nintendo’s STRONG support for the Nintendo Switch, the system is still a hot item (some 6 months AFTER its release). The system has already sold millions of units and should be catching up to the Wii U soon… Check out my latest YouTube video and be sure to subscribe to the channel, if you haven’t already.
According to Gamestop, more SNES Mini systems will be available “very soon”. As expected, the SNES Mini sold out rather quickly however people who were looking for the system on launch day were bale to walk into retailers and pick them up. Nintendo has stated that the SNES Mini will be in full supply, so we expect big numbers to be both available and dos throughout the Holidays. I cannot wait to get my hands on one and will be sure to post a video on my YouTube channel once we get our hands on it.
If you’re still into Pokemon GO, get ready; Entei is now available in the Americas. This outstanding news comes from the official twitter account for the game and we will be out trying to catch him. I need to join a raid community as I have yet to catch a legendary in this mobile title.
The October lineup for PS Plus has been revealed, so check it out below. Looks like a little bit for everyone and I have to say, I am pretty impressed. Check out the full list below and let us know what you think.
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, PS4
Amnesia Collection, PS4
Monster Jam Battlegrounds, PS3
Hustle Kings, PS3
Hue, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4)
Sky Force Anniversary, PS Vita (Cross Buy with PS4 & PS3)
The latest Japanese hardware sales are in and the Nintendo Switch is once again, king of the hill. Check out the full breakdown below to see where all the consoles landed.
Hardware Sales (followed by last week’s sales)
Switch – 43,426 (44,052)
PlayStation 4 – 18,396 (19,322)
New 3DS LL – 8,726 (10,650)
New 2DS LL – 8,508 (8,761)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 5,418 (5,338)
PlayStation Vita – 3,707 (3,847)
2DS – 1,659 (1,726)
New 3DS – 379 (428)
PlayStation 3 – 87 (99)
Xbox One – 76 (57)
Wii U – 56 (86)