We should get a few more concrete details about the upcoming space adventure title during today’s live stream event.
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.
WARNING: PESSIMISM INCOMING.
Both Super Mario Odyssey and Assassin’s Creed Origins have topped the games chart in the UK, although Ubisoft and Nintendo are likely to be celebrating in very different ways.
Rayman Legends arrives on the Switch. The subtitle Definitive Edition is slightly misleading, but this is still a brilliant platformer at a reasonable price.
Mario‘s (proper) Switch debut sees the iconic plumber join Ubisoft‘s Rabbids in an unlikely alliance to save the Mushroom Kingdom using face-to-face combat and firearms.
You read that right, actual Beyond Good and Evil 2 gameplay is out there and we have it right here.
Strap in boys, its a long one. The E3 hype train rolled through town last week and it brought along with it the bountiful delights of E3.
The Division: “Jeez, we lost 93% of our player base in the first month!” For Honor: “Hold my beer.”
Ubisoft is probably one of the dev’s we rip it out of the most on this platform. Nothing irritates me more than their microtransactions or U-play. But I gotta hand it to the guys: as much as I hate this new logo you can’t say it isn’t modern.