This just in, the critically acclaimed side-scroller from Limbo developer Playdead, Inside, is coming to Nintendo Switch and iOS. IGN had shared the news earlier today and Switch owners will no doubt rejoice. The game received positive praise when it was released and we will keep you updated when this one gets a release date.
If you have played, Inside, let us know in the comment section.
Great news for Crash Bandicoot; the new N. Sane Trilogy game that was released for the PS4 has already moved over 2 million units sold at retail. This news comes from the good guys over at VGChartz. The website also states that the game had sold best in Europe with 1,141,964 units sold (56%), compared to 514,617 units sold in the US (25%) and 27,321 units in Japan (1%). Looking more closely at Europe, the game had sold an estimated 287,509 units in the UK, 161,700 units in Germany, and 134,170 units in France.
Positive news for the old platforming Bandicoot. Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy was released for the PlayStation 4 back on June 30.
According to a new tweet, the recently released release SteamWorld Dig 2 for Nintendo Switch is off to a tremendous start in terms of sales. According to the above tweet, SteamWorld Heist sold better than Dig, and SteamWorld Dig 2 is selling better than both Dig and Heist. This is fantastic news for the developer behind this game (Image & Form) and we couldn’t be happier. I plan on downloading this one before the weekend is out so stay tuned for a review.
AVAILABLE NOW for the Nintendo Switch, join Goku, Vegeta, Gohan, Piccolo and the rest of the Z Fighters as they fight to protect the Earth and the Universe. I love all the different ways that you will be able to play with this on the Switch and has me pretty interested in the title. Although I may skip this one, it is awesome to see 3rd party support for the Switch. Check out the trailer about and let us know if you plan on picking up Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 for Nintendo Switch.
With cool autumn nights quickly approaching in the Northern Hemisphere and sunny spring days arriving in the Southern Hemisphere, we thought it would be the perfect time to celebrate the coming equinox with an in-game event. New seasons mean new adventures!
From 1:00 P.M. PDT on September 22 to 1:00 P.M. PDT on October 2, 2017, you’ll have the opportunity to earn double Stardust for catching Pokémon and hatching Eggs as you walk around your neighborhood discovering new sights. While you’re out exploring, be sure to visit your local PokéStops and Gyms to collect special 2 km Eggs that have the opportunity to hatch Pokémon such as Chansey, Mareep, Larvitar, and more. You’ll also be able to get special boxes from the in-game shop that feature items like Lucky Eggs, Lure Modules, and all-new Super Incubators which hatch Eggs 1.5 times quicker!
Registering a new Pokémon to your Pokédex during this limited-time celebration will earn you triple the normal XP. So that makes this a very good time to battle against the Legendary Pokémon originally from the Johto region. Don’t forget that Raikou, Entei, or Suicune will each travel to a new part of the world on September 30, so make sure to battle the Legendary Pokémon currently in your area while you can!
Here is my analysis on the all new Nintendo Direct that aired last week. It was an existing show to say the least, so check out my breakdown above. If you are not subscribed to my YouTube channel, click here and hit me up.
Here are the latest hardware sales from Japan. The Nintendo Switch once again leads the way moving over 44K in hardware units. Check out the full breakdown below for all the sales:
Switch – 44,052 (45,439)
PlayStation 4 – 19,322 (18,483)
New 3DS LL – 10,650 (9,628)
New 2DS LL – 8,761 (9,403)
PlayStation 4 Pro – 5,338 (10,999)
PlayStation Vita – 3,847 (3,913)
2DS – 1,726 (1,772)
New 3DS – 428 (331)
PlayStation 3 – 99 (115)
Wii U – 86 (90)
Xbox One – 57 (63)
A number of all new Call of Duty: WWII trailers have hit, so be sure to watch them below. These quick trailers outline the squad members of the FPS and we cannot wait to get our hands on it later this year. Call of Duty: WWII brings the series back to its roots and I couldn’t be happier. I am beyond thrilled that there will be no “space battling” in this Call of Duty and will see you all online soon.
Check out the newest trailers below and let us know what you guys think: