Mario Kart 8 Deluxe will be coming to Nintendo Switch on April 28th with loads of new content and features.
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Nintendo’s latest console – “Nintendo Switch” or “NS” if you prefer, launched earlier this month. The news of a new hybrid Nintendo console, has spread like wildfire – leading to many gamers questioning themselves on when/how/if they can/should get this new console. So as someone who is the proud owner of said console, here’s my review and thoughts on it.
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night – the spiritual successor to Castlevania: Symphony of the Night was scheduled to come to Wii U, but is now instead coming to Nintendo Switch.
[Update] All the Kingdom Hearts games will be making their way to the PS4 soon. Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX and 2.5 ReMIX is coming on March 31st, not 28th, to the west.
Super Mario run – the mobile Mario platformer, is scheduled to come to Android this month. Super Mario Run was originally released for iOS devices last December.
A new update has arrived for Super Bomberman R. If you already own the game – and find some fault with either the control input, the gameplay or character controls for both online and offline play, then this update is highly recommended.
A new Sonic game is in the works, titled “Sonic Forces.” Little about the game is known, other than the fact that it’ll feature Sonic – of course. The game was known by another name, before it was changed – “Project Sonic 2017” is what it was called.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, is an incredible game – even after hours upon hours of gameplay, there’s still more to see. This will be a spoiler free beginner’s guide to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Nintendo Switch, let’s begin.
A Splatoon 2, Global Testfire event will happen on March 24-26. Nintendo Switch owners, who wish to play Splatoon 2 will get the chance to try the demo version of the game for free.
The Nintendo Switch’s launch has been hugely successful and the console has gone on to be arguably, Nintendo’s fastest selling console to date. That being the case, Nintendo and other developers have promised a killer line-up of games for the console.