Want to see how Batman: The Telltale Series looks on Nintendo Switch? Check out this comparison video from the good guys over at Direct Feed Games and find out! This Telltale game is the first one released for Nintendo’s home console but according to the company, it won’t be the last. Clearly the PS4 version looks superior, BUT, the Switch version is no slouch.
I am excited for what Telltale will bring next… More on this and other Switch news as it develops.
Nintendo has released a nifty, 30-second spot showcasing their upcoming RPG for Switch, Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 looks to round out an outstanding year for Nintendo’s hybrid console and I am excited. I personally love this advertisement so check it out and let me know if you feel the same. Xenoblade Chronicles 2 will release on December 1st exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
Hello again everyone! In my latest Youtube video, I tackle just why the Nintendo Switch is so darn popular. If you like the video, be sure to subscribe to the channel and drop me a like. Enjoy the video everyone.
*Our Super Mario Odyssey review will be coming this week as well as a brand new contest so make sure you keep it here!
As part of Game Informer’s cover story on Capcom’s Monster Hunter: World, senior editor Jeff Cork asked Monster Hunter: World’s game director Yuya Tokuda and Ryozo Tsijimoto as many questions as time would allow in an interview about poogie, Godzilla, and Palico puns. The good people over at Game Informer were nice enough to record this video, so check it out and enjoy.
Monster Hunter: World is set to make its debut on the PS4. The game is going to be MASSIVE! Stay tuned for more.
2K has revealed that they are pleased with sales of NBA 2K18 on the Nintendo Switch and had the following to say about the title:
“In addition to versions for X-Box, PlayStation, and PC, NBA 2K18 is our debut offering for the Nintendo Switch. So far, we’re very pleased with the title’s performance on this new platform and we anticipate continued strong demand across all platforms heading into the holiday season.Along with growth in game sales, our NBA 2K series continues to benefit from increasing engagement and recurrent consumer spending.”
Hopefully this means we will see more and more sports titles come to Nintendo Switch. More as it develops.