Today’s Nintendo Direct was filled with news today and one of those news happens to be more ports will be coming to the Switch. The ports that were announced was Undertale, South Park: Fractured But Whole, Little Nightmares: Complete Edition, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, and Okami HD. Advertisements
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Crash Bandicoot has been one of Play Station’s beloved franchises and now other console gamers will be getting a chance to play the remastered Bandicoot Trilogy. Announced during today’s Nintendo Direct, the company announced that the trilogy would be coming to the Switch, while later Activision confirmed it and that the trilogy will also come to the Xbox One
This month was very busy for the Nintendo Switch and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down. Recently the eshop added 18 more titles in addition to a new Super Mario Odyssey free update. Among the new releases are Old Man’s Journey, Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus, Typoman, Magical Drop III, Heroic Episode, Spacecats with Lasers, Puzzle Puppers, and Layers of Fear: Legacy.
With Call of Duty seemingly gaining traction again from 2017’s Call of Duty: World War II we might be getting another installment of one of their popular collections. Insider Marcus Sellars is reporting that the next COD game which will release this year will be Black Ops 4. He is also reporting that the game will also
With Mario being one of the all-time famous video game characters as well as Nintendo’s mascot, it would be inevitable for the classic platforming series to have film adaptations. It turns out that Nintendo is set to work with Illumination Entertainment, the studio behind the Despicable Me series, to produce a new movie starring the
Lego is known mostly for their toys based on building, but lately, they have been making some amazing video games as well. Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2, Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, and Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens are some of the latest entries to expand their video game repertoire, but now rumors appoint to the company
The LEGO video games have always had success when focusing on DC characters mostly with Batman. Now rumors from a source linked from WB that another DC game is in development. The source is claiming that WB is prepping to work on a new LEGO game based on the villains from DC Comics.
Legendary Entertainment’s live-action Pokémon film, Detective Pikachu, now has another actor confirmed in its cast list. Ken Watanabe is the latest cast member brought on to the film alongside the likes of Ryan Reynolds and Big Little Lies star Kathryn Newton. He is set to play Detective Yoshida, a character made specifically for the film.
It was recently announced that the Pokemon Company would be bringing Detective Pikachu to the West this March. The game will be launched exclusively on Nintendo 3DS in the U.S. and Europe. This launch marks the first English release of the game which originally launched in Japan in the winter of 2016. The move from Nintendo makes sense
With so much Pokemon news coming from Nintendo the biggest with Detective Pikachi coming to the US, Nintendo announced a brand new 2DS XL. Along with the new handheld they also announced a release of an old Pokemon game to go along with it.