Next month is going to be a very busy month for the Nintendo Switch. Not only does Skyrim, LA Noire and Skyrim come out for the system, but Batman The Telltale Series is also headed to Nintendo’s popular hybrid console. That’s right my friends, Telltale has announced that Batman will indeed be headed to the Nintendo Switch on November 14th. Color us excited!
Nintendo has uploaded a nifty little image showcasing all their offerings for the rest of 2017. Their lineup is pretty stellar if you ask me and I can see myself purchasing a number of the titles pictured above. I plan on picking up Super Mario Odyssey, Xenoblade 2, Doom and more that I may have missed (Im looking at you Splatoon 2 and Mario X Rabbids). I can’t wait to see how the big N fairs this holiday season and will be reporting all the news when it happens.
Check it out and let us know what YOU plan on getting.
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.
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.
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.
Dig deep, gain riches and unearth trembling terrors in SteamWorld Dig 2! Out this week on Nintendo Switch (Sept. 21) and PC (Sept. 22). The PS4/Vita versions can be yours starting on Sept 26 in America and Sept 27 in Europe. Price: $19.99 / €19.99
SteamWorld Dig 2 takes you on a platform mining adventure forged in Metroidvania flames. When an old trading town is struck by mysterious earthquakes, it’s up to a lone steambot and her unlikely companion to uncover what trembling terrors lie beneath.
Well this is good news for indie developers looking to bring their game on the Nintendo Switch… Apparently a number of titles are doing VERY well on the system and many developers have announced that their Switch version of their games are selling rather well. FDG Entertainment has confirmed today that their game Oceanhorn sold more copies on the Nintendo Switch than all other consoles combined! This is huge news and will no doubt open the flood gates for indie titles on the Switch.
Did you miss the Nintendo Switch Nindies Showcase Summer 2017 video? Well give it a watch above and let us know which Nindies excited you. I actually watched the showcase on my break at work and I do have to say; it was impressive. From the Super Meat Boy Forever Nintendo Switch Trailer to Travis Strikes Again (No More Heroes), there was something that should interest everyone. I personally thought that Nine Parchments stood out so I cannot wait to play that one.
Check out the Nindies summer showcase and let us know what you think!
SuperData Research has gone on record stating that Nintendo’s latest home console, Nintendo Switch, could go on to sell over 5 million units in 2017 alone. The company also believes that it will be the devout Nintendo fans buying the console initially but it could well open up to mainstream appeal due to its innovative nature. Here is what they had to say regarding the system:
“The biggest challenge for Nintendo is to convince console gamers to purchase the Switch as a second device, as many have already committed to a PlayStation 4 (53.4 million installed base, worldwide) or Xbox One (26 million).
“Asking $300 for a new console without a bundled game is a comparatively higher barrier to entry for consumers, considering that the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One are already discounted and come with a free game.”
Sounds good to me. I can see it happening pretty easily actually. They have already announced that their initial 2 million should be quite scarce…. Only 3 million units to shift from now until the end of the year!