Konami have come out of nowhere and revamped Switch exclusive Super Bomberman R, for free no less. All the annoying quibbles from the previous version are gone, it is still expensive as hell though.
Last weekend I caught up with Lucy Dove, one of the developers from The Dangerous Kitchen, who were showing their forthcoming Switch title De Mambo at EGX Rezzed. I chatted with Lucy about the history of the game, what it’s been like to work with Nintendo and what to expect from De Mambo when it’s released.
We had the chance to get hands-on with De Mambo at EGX Rezzed last weekend, the first game from developers The Dangerous Kitchen.
Now into the second quarter let’s see what’s in store for us. Most notably this week Sumo Digital releases Snake Pass, although there is a Kingdom Hearts HD remaster plus plenty of indies.
A new Game Freak job advert suggests that the developer could already be working on a Pokémon Switch title.
Project Sonic 2017 has been officially confirmed as Sonic Forces, whilst Sonic Mania has been delayed.
A cryptic tweet from the official South Park Twitter account could hint that a Fractured But Whole Nintendo Switch version is in development.
Styx releases this week amongst the usual array of indie goodness. Also patient PC gamers can get their hands on NieR: Automata this Friday.
If you were a Wii U owner like 90% of us at LLC you will have already drifted around the block in Mario Kart 8, however if you weren’t and are planning on getting a Switch, you have a lot to look forward to. Check it out in the Mario Kart 8 Deluxe trailer.
Games go through development cycles and iterations (to the surprise of no one) but The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild looked really different in it’s planning stages. Check it.