Nintendo has finally exorcised the ghost of the Wii U, today confirming that the Switch has surpassed the lifetime sales of its beleaguered predecessor.
Nintendo comes out of nowhere with Nintendo Labo kits! Craft sets where you can creatively use your Nintendo Switch!
Yesterday’s Nintendo Direct Mini did exactly what it said on the tin – it featured a few new game announcements and release dates for confirmed titles.
Nintendo‘s Switch console has eclipsed the lifetime sales of the Wii U in Japan after less than 12 months on sale.
As we dust off the mince pie crumbs and get back to work, it’s time to take stock of exactly where 2017 left us. We had the release of (possibly) the best game ever, the release of the most powerful console ever and the release of Chun Li‘s worst facelift ever.
Check out me awards. Go on, I’ll be your best mate… Anyways, here are my oh so prestigious super well thought out Awards of 2017.
Bizarre news breaking today, as Nintendo have announced they will be porting a number of big Wii titles for the Nvidia Shield tablet in China.
Let’s get this out of the way right now – Nintendo have done well to condense the Animal Crossing format onto mobile devices. Pocket Camp is a well-realised (but slightly shallow) Animal Crossing adventure.
2017 has been a bumper year for the Switch, boosted primarily by tremendous first-party support from Nintendo. However, with many of their key franchises having been catered for this year, the Switch is likely to need significant support from third-party developers in 2018 to keep the momentum going.
Super Mario Odyssey is an absolute triumph that caps off a tremendous year for Nintendo and gives them a second viable claim to have released the game of the year.