Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno And World Of Goo Are Coming To Nintendo Switch In Japan

Tomorrow Corporation has confirmed that Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno and World of Goo will soon be released on Nintendo Switch in Japan - courtesy of publisher CIRCLE Entertainment. World of Goo is out now, while the remaining two will be made available for purchase in early June via the Nintendo eShop. The trio was … Continue reading Human Resource Machine, Little Inferno And World Of Goo Are Coming To Nintendo Switch In Japan

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Samsung Announces TV Firmware Update To Help Switch Owners

The Nintendo Switch is a revolutionary device for letting players seamlessly move from handheld mode to an HDMI connection. However, the originality of the idea meant that some companies weren't prepared for it. Samsung's TVs feature an automatic HDMI switching system, swapping between channels when certain devices are in use. The Switch's unique design confuses the … Continue reading Samsung Announces TV Firmware Update To Help Switch Owners

ARMS Priced At £49.99 On UK eShop With A 2.2GB File Size

The 'Coming Soon' Section on the Nintendo Switch eShop now lists the up-coming fighter, ARMS. It'll cost those in the UK £49.99 but what's more interesting (and substantially smaller, thankfully) is the file size for the digital version of the title. ARMS is coming in at mere 2.2gb so you most likely won't have to … Continue reading ARMS Priced At £49.99 On UK eShop With A 2.2GB File Size

Check Out This Cars 3: Driven To Win Gameplay Trailer

Cars 3: Driven To Win looks like it's shaping up to be a solid racer if the new gameplay trailer is anything to go by. This title may be worth checking out as the gameplay seems to look solid, fun and pretty fast-paced. The stunts performed and some of the gameplay looks awfully similar to … Continue reading Check Out This Cars 3: Driven To Win Gameplay Trailer

Nintendo Switch Support Now ‘Fully-Featured’ With Release Of Unreal Engine 4.16 Today

Unreal Engine 4.16 was released today and with it brings full functionality for the Nintendo Switch platform. Although the engine has technically allowed for Switch development since its last official update in February, it was only classed as experimental. Now that the engine has been updated, approved developers can download the UE4 source code for … Continue reading Nintendo Switch Support Now ‘Fully-Featured’ With Release Of Unreal Engine 4.16 Today

Here’s The Launch Trailer For Disgaea 5 Complete On Nintendo Switch

NIS America has unveiled a new trailer to celebrate the launch of Disgaea 5 Complete, which is out now on Nintendo Switch as a physical and digital release in both North America and Europe. The strategy role-playing title promises hundreds of hours of gameplay and marks the first time the fifth core entry in the … Continue reading Here’s The Launch Trailer For Disgaea 5 Complete On Nintendo Switch

New Details About Mario x Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Arriving On The Switch

Following on from the possible image leak of Mario X Rabbids, comes some more details from Nintendo World Report. Whilst the game hasn't been officially announced, this information has provided more solid proof that the title will be arriving to the Nintendo Switch soon. NWR describes the game as being presented as an RPG that mixes exploration … Continue reading New Details About Mario x Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Arriving On The Switch

Level-5 Share Their Thoughts On Nintendo Switch

Level-5, the developer behind the beloved Professor Layton and other established series, have confirmed today that they are developing for the Nintendo Switch. Level-5 president and CEO Akihiro Hino has shared his thoughts on Nintendo's latest platform in the latest issue of Nikkei Trendy. Here's what he had to say about the popular system: Nintendo Switch, … Continue reading Level-5 Share Their Thoughts On Nintendo Switch

Former Famitsu Editor Believes Switch Shortages Will Last All Year

While the Nintendo Switch released months ago, the console is still plagued with supply issues. Just like the Wii and the NES Mini, it has been hard for fans to get their hands on the system. It doesn't look like this is going to be improved any time soon either. According to the former editor … Continue reading Former Famitsu Editor Believes Switch Shortages Will Last All Year