Mark Of The Ninja Remastered announced for all platforms
Posted by: Daryll Marsh | 30 March 2018

Klei Entertainment has announced that their side-scrolling action stealth game Mark Of The Ninja, originally released on Xbox 360 and PC, is being remastered for all major platforms


Hori Announces Officially Licensed JoyCon with D-Pad
Posted by: Sam Tree | 22 March 2018

Popular video game accessory manufacturer Hori has announced it will be releasing a JoyCon with a D-Pad. If you’ve been following the Nintendo Switch scene since it’s release last year you’ll know that the lack of a D-Pad has been the subject of hot debate. Worry not, Hori has your back; with a few restrictions.


Funimation Wants Goku in the New Smash Brothers
Posted by: Sam Tree | 15 March 2018

With last week’s bombshell announcement that a new Super Smash Bros. is in the works for the Nintendo Switch, the internet has been rife with speculation of which beloved video game characters will receive the honour of an invite. It looks like Funimation, the animation studio behind the popular Dragon Ball franchise over in the US, also have their own ideas of who should be included.


Venom Releasing Nintendo Switch 10,000mAh Power Pack and Stand
Posted by: Sam Tree | 14 March 2018

If you’re like me and you take your Nintendo Switch everywhere, you’ll know the all too familiar sight of the low battery icon. We’ve all tried battery packs as well as scrambling to find the nearest plug socket, but in an age where hybrid consoles are a reality, these methods just don’t cut it. Luckily, Venom has our backs!


Nintendo Switch Firmware Version 5.0 Out Now
Posted by: Sam Tree | 13 March 2018

Nintendo has rolled out the latest firmware version for the Nintendo Switch bringing the hybrid console up to version 5.0. Despite the hype generated by the – now confirmed – fake firmware video the real version 5.0 is a little underwhelming.


Nintendo Direct Recap - Nintendo Pulls Out All the Stops
Posted by: Sam Tree | 9 March 2018

Last night’s Nintendo Direct took a fair bit to digest. The big N didn’t disappoint and their release schedule is looking promising. We’ve gathered together a list of the games you can expect to see over the coming months.


Nintendo Direct Confirmed for Thursday 8th March
Posted by: Sam Tree | 7 March 2018

It’s been nearly two months since Nintendo’s last direct when the company announced Labo for the Nintendo Switch. Tomorrow’s direct is set to include information about upcoming Switch and 3DS games.


Happy Pokémon Day!
Posted by: Sam Tree | 27 February 2018

22 years ago, Pokémon Red and Green debut in Japan. Nintendo and The Pokémon Company are celebrating by marking February 27th as Pokémon Day!


Switch Exclusive Castle of Heart Gets a Launch Date
Posted by: Sam Tree | 20 February 2018

Polish indie dev 7Levels has confirmed that their Switch exclusive platformer, Castle of Heart, will be coming to the Nintendo eShop in March.


Deep Silver to Bring Manticore - Galaxy on Fire to Nintendo Switch
Posted by: Sam Tree | 15 February 2018

Deep Silver has today confirmed that they will be bringing their flagship SciFi series Galaxy on Fire to the Nintendo Switch next month.


SteamWorld Dig 2 Coming to Nintendo 3DS Next Week
Posted by: Sam Tree | 14 February 2018

Image & Form have confirmed that the hit sequel to SteamWorld Dig will be coming to Nintendo’s portable console later this week.


tinyBuild to Announce Siz Switch Games Tomorrow
Posted by: Sam Tree | 9 February 2018

tinyBuild, the guys that brought us Mr Shifty and stealth horror game Hello Neighbour has announced that they will be announcing six Nintendo Switch games tomorrow in their first ever #HelloSwitch event.


Hacker Team Teases Linux on Nintendo Switch
Posted by: Sam Tree | 6 February 2018

It looks like advancements have been made on getting the Nintendo Switch to boot unsigned code. The team of hackers known as fail0verflow Tweeted an image showing Linux running on Nintendo’s latest hardware.


Those Who Remain Announcement Trailer
Posted by: Daryll Marsh | 24 January 2018

Indy developer Camel 101, best known for their Sci-Fi survival horror game Syndrome has revealed their latest game, a creepy-looking psychological thriller called Those Who Remain, that takes place in Dormont, a small fictional town in the US.


Image & Form Confirm SteamWorld Dig Coming to Nintendo Switch
Posted by: Sam Tree | 22 January 2018

Image & From – one of my favourite indie devs I might add – has confirmed that the game that started it all is coming to the Nintendo. SteamWorld Dig!