Product provided by NIS America! Releases in North America on April 3rd. About the game: Meet Princess, who has lost everything to the Dragoloan Family! Use the money you gather to bribe enemies to fight for you, activate deadly traps with your dough, and when all else fails, smash all that stand against you with your fists! Fight your way from nothing and amass treasures to take on the mighty Dragoloan Family and reclaim your kingdom! Key Features: Cash Rules Everything Around Me – Fight smarter, not harder! Bribe your enemies to fight for you, or activate deadly traps to turn the tide of battle in this fast-paced brawler. Who Says You Can’t Buy Popularity? –Recruit/Buy flunkies to your cau... »
As March winds down, we still have a few new announcements to discuss at the end of the month. Nintendo Switch News First, in a bit of industry news, Level-5’s CEO Akihiro Hino has announced that they are planning for their future main titles to be released on the Switch. He specifically referred to their 3DS series, although it’s unclear if that is all he meant. All-Star Fruit Racing, which is currently available for the PC in Early Access, is coming to consoles in July. This is a kart racing game with fruit-based power-ups, multiple gameplay modes, 21 courses, kart customization, and split-screen co-op. (Online multiplayer was not announced for the Switch version.) Check out th... »
Product Provided by NIS America! We have another PS4 review for you, this time for The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2! The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 is a sequel to the original of the same name (minus the 2), and has been developed by Nippon Ichi Software, the same developers that brought the world the SRPG known as Disgaea. Also published by Sega, The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 takes a lot of what the original did so well and fleshes those mechanics out, all the while creating a new story to focus our time on. Don’t be fooled into thinking that the stories are connected, because even though the lore and the world they share is similar, the story f... »
Welcome back to the Nintendo Time Portal, where we take a look at this week throughout Nintendo’s history. Which video game anniversaries did we celebrate this week? March 19 – Super Metroid comes out in Japan. Super Metroid is considered by many fans to be the best game in the Metroid series as well as one of the best games of all time, and March 19 is its anniversary. On March 19, 1994, Super Metroid was released, although oddly enough it sold better when it came out in North America the next month. March 21 – The Game Boy Advance hits the shelves. Nintendo released the Game Boy Advance for the first time on March 21, 2001 in Japan. It was the first Nintendo handheld to h... »
Between the Nindies showcase and GDC 2018, this week was filled with announcements. Nindies Showcase On Tuesday, Nintendo held a Nindies Showcase, highlighting some of the indie games coming to the Switch. If you missed it, you can check out the full presentation below. Although short, this showcase still had some great announcements. First, the highly-praised action stealth game Mark of the Ninja is being remastered. Mark of the Ninja Remastered will be out this fall. Next, the fighting game Fantasy Strike is coming to the Switch this summer. It features unusual weapons, such as paint or time, and emphasizes strategy over button-mashing. Also coming this summer is Just Shapes & Beats, a... »
Watch our Let’s Play of Kirby Star Allies for Nintendo Switch! Product provided by Nintendo! Visit our playlist! Join Eddy as he befriends enemies in Kirby Star Allies for the Nintendo Switch! About the Game: The pink puff is back—in HD—and he’s not alone. Kirby™ is back—and he’s finally on the Nintendo Switch console in HD! But this time, he’s not alone. Recruit enemies by hitting them with hearts and gather helpers for a party of up to four characters. On top of that, you can join with up to three friends for a different kind of team-up action! Features: The newest Kirby title comes to the Nintendo Switch console in HD Recruit up to three enemies as helpers by hitti... »
Welcome to our seventh week of the Nintendo Time Portal, where we take look back at notable events that took place this week in Nintendo history. March 11 – Chrono Trigger is released in Japan. Chrono Trigger is one of the biggest names in the JRPG genre, and on March 11, 1995, the original version was released in Japan. Designed by a “dream team” (Hironobu Sakaguchi, Yuji Horii, and Akira Toriyama), it became a best-seller in Japan, went on to be a huge success worldwide, and is still considered to be one of the best games in the genre. March 13 – Attack of the Friday Monsters! is released in Japan. If you haven’t heard of this one, that’s because itR... »
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