There are plenty of new games releases, sales, and demos available starting today and throughout this week!
This is a good week for Pokémon. As if it wasn’t enough that Let’s Go! Pikachu and Let’s Go! Eevee will be available to the general public of Switch players on November 16, the first official trailer for the upcoming Detective Pikachu movie dropped earlier today. Here’s our review of the trailer!
The YouTube app has finally come to Nintendo Switch!
Feh delivered some great news last night for some upcoming modes and changes to the Fire Emblem Heroes. Though, today is focused on what is available on the Nintendo Switch. There are tons of new games releases, sales, and activities available starting today and throughout the week!
The Nintendo Entertainment System on Nintendo Switch Online has been out for a couple months now, and we are about to get our monthly update on November 14, 2018. This month, they are adding three more games: TwinBee, Mighty Bomb Jack, and Metroid.
Ubisoft’s free-to-play platform fighter Brawlhalla (developed by Blue Mammoth Games) is available for download on the Nintendo Switch.
Publisher Tripwire Interactive in partnership with developers at EQ-Games and Pixel Dash Studios have announced that Road Redemption launches today for the Nintendo Switch.
Wired Productions Ltd. and developer Caged Element Inc. have announced the launch of their newest title, GRIP: Combat Racing, on Switch.
On episode 161, we’ll review all the announcements and discuss our thoughts and expectations about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, based on the latest and last Smash Direct. We’ll also spend some time honoring Mario Segale, share what we’ve been playing, and talk about the latest news and rumors like the YouTube Switch app, Civilization IV’s lack of online multiplayer, and Nintendo Labo in elementary schools across the U.S.
Mario A. Segale, the namesake of Super Mario and the first landlord for Nintendo of America, passed away on October 27, 2018, at age 84.