This week brought many more exciting announcements to Nintendo fans. Let’s take a look. Nintendo Switch News Shining Resonance Refrain is coming west this summer for $49.99, and the western release will include the Switch. This is a remaster of the Japan-exclusive action RPG Shining Resonance. It features the original game with all of its DLC included, a new Refrain Mode that has new playable characters and story content for subsequent playthroughs, and dual audio. In this RPG, when you build up BPM during combat, your party will be able to perform a song for beneficial effects as part of the “B.A.N.D. System.” If you get the Draconic Launch Edition, the game will come with... »
Welcome to the third edition of Nintendo Time Portal, where we take a look at a few of the Nintendo anniversaries celebrated this week. So without further ado… February 11 – Mario & Luigi 3 is released in Japan. On February 11, 2009, the third game in the Mario & Luigi series was released in Japan. Eventually brought west as Mario & Luigi: Bowser’s Inside Story, this game brought back the humorous villain Fawful and sent Mario and Luigi in a quest through Bowser, who co-starred as a third playable character. Many fans consider it to be the best in the series. February 14 – The Game Boy Advance SP is released. On February 14, 2003, the Game Boy Advance SP c... »
After our interview about The Darkside Detective, its developers sent us a review copy so we could see just what this humorous supernatural adventure game was all about. And so, I stepped into the shoes of Francis McQueen, an underpaid and undervalued detective who takes on the weird, supernatural cases that plague the city. Or, more often than not, he stumbles onto them. The Darkside Detective is split into six different cases, each of which is fairly self-contained, but only the first one has the police intentionally put the Darkside Division on the case. McQueen and his partner, Officer Dooley, are usually just in the right place at the right time – or the wrong place at the wrong t... »
It’s another week of Nintendo news, and it’s another week filled with excitement. Nintendo Switch News PSA: Some copies of Bayonetta 2 have shipped with misprinted download codes for Bayonetta. If this happens to you, get in touch with Nintendo support and they’ll straighten it out. Another rumor has been confirmed with the announcement that the remastered version of de Blob is coming to the Switch later this year. This colorful platformer was originally developed for the Wii and recently remastered. No new trailer has been revealed yet, but you can check out the trailer from the previous remaster releases to see what it’s like. Shelter 2 (as well as its Mountains DLC... »
Layers of Fear: Legacy is a psychedelic horror game coming to the Switch on February 21. If you haven’t already seen the latest trailer, check it out now, and then read on to learn more about the game. We got in touch with the developers of Layers of Fear: Legacy to learn more about this horror game and what the Switch version will be like. Rather than survival horror or psychological horror, Layers of Fear is described as “psychedelic horror.” Could you shed a little light on what you mean by this? The game is often described as both psychological and psychedelic. Psychological because of issues presented in the game, psychedelic because of the gameplay nature of the game – an ever-ch... »
Welcome back to Nintendo Time Portal, where we take a look back through Nintendo’s history to see what memorable anniversaries we can celebrate this week. February 5 – Paper Mario is released in North America. On February 5, 2001, Paper Mario was released for the Nintendo 64 in North America. This was the second Mario RPG, and it adopted a paper aesthetic that this particular spin-off series would continue using. Since then, Paper Mario has seen four sequels, although only the second one kept the same style. February 8 – Mario Party is released in North America. That’s not the only Mario series that celebrates its North American anniversary this week. On February 8, 1... »
The Darkside Detective comes out for the Nintendo Switch today, and we got in touch with the developers to learn more about it. Check out the Switch trailer below. Sound interesting? Check out our interview to see what we learned about it from Spooky Doorway, the team that developed it. The Darkside Detective has been described as a classic point-and-click adventure game, but there are several variations even within the genre. What games would you use as comparisons for The Darkside Detective’s gameplay style? What were your biggest inspirations? It’s quite humorous like a lot of the classic LucasArts games, such as Monkey Island or Day of the Tentacle, but the interface is a lot more stream... »
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