E3 Round Up – Nintendo Switch

E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, has descended upon LA in typical grandiose style and promises to capture the attention and imagination of both the press and and consumers alike.

2017 has already been a breakthrough year for gaming, but at both the midway point of the year, and the big yearly event, it’s time to stop, listen and take stock of what we can expect for the rest of this year and early 2018!

Enjoy!

Metroid Prime 4

Super Mario Odyssey

Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Xenoblade Chronicles 2

Yoshi

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild DLC

Kirby

Fire Emblem: Warriors

Elder Scrolls: Skyrim

Pokken Tournament DX

Fate/EXTELLA: The Umbral Star

Sonic Forces

Sonic Mania

Splatoon 2

Minecraft: Switch Edition

Rocket League

Pokemon RPG

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E3 Round Up – Nintendo 3DS

E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, has descended upon LA in typical grandiose style and promises to capture the attention and imagination of both the press and and consumers alike.

2017 has already been a breakthrough year for gaming, but at both the midway point of the year, and the big yearly event, it’s time to stop, listen and take stock of what we can expect for the rest of this year and early 2018!

Enjoy!

Metroid: Samus Returns

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology

Ever Oasis

Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga + Bowser’s Minions

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido

Miitopia

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E3 Round Up – Ubisoft

E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, has descended upon LA in typical grandiose style and promises to capture the attention and imagination of both the press and and consumers alike.

2017 has already been a breakthrough year for gaming, but at both the midway point of the year, and the big yearly event, it’s time to stop, listen and take stock of what we can expect for the rest of this year and early 2018!

Enjoy!

Beyond Good & Evil 2

Mario & Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Assassin’s Creed: Origins

The Crew 2

Starlink: Battle for Atlus

Far Cry 5

South Park: The Fractured But Whole

South Park: Phone Destroyer

Skull & Bones

Transference

Steep: Road to the Oylmpics Expansion

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E3 Round Up – Bethesda

E3, the biggest gaming event of the year, has descended upon LA in typical grandiose style and promises to capture the attention and imagination of both the press and and consumers alike.

2017 has already been a breakthrough year for gaming, but at both the midway point of the year, and the big yearly event, it’s time to stop, listen and take stock of what we can expect for the rest of this year and early 2018!

Enjoy!

Bethesda 2017 E3 Conference:

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Quake: Champions

Dishonored 2: Death of the Outsider

Fallout 4 & Skyrim Creation Club

Skyrim Switch

Elder Scrolls: Legends

The Evil Within 2

Bethesda VR: Doom

Bethesda VR: Fallout

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Atari hinting at something big on the Horizon!

E3 is just round the corner, and a relic of a grand ole’ age of gaming seems to be trying to make a splash just before the big event.

Coy, sleek and subtle is how I’d describe what they’ve decided to show. Less is more, while whetting the appetite of those few of us that still get a little nostalgically excited when

With fewer and fewer divisions and differences between the two big competitors for #1, Xbox One and PS4. Nintendo switching up the handheld and console market with their newest release, the Switch. Now might be the perfect time of flux for a Phoenix to rise from the Atari-ashes! This could spell the start of something beautiful! Or… Or the overstretched end for one of the forefathers of the industry.

The two obvious suggestions are a brand new console, which has the potential ...

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Runbow Pocket coming for New Nintendo 3DS.

Nintendo know their beloved demographic as they look to be releasing a portable version of the runaway hit “Runbow”.

Pocket gamers wont have to wait too long see the bite-sized version of the frantic, furious, family friendly release, and we do not doubt many a friendship may be tested as colours, platforms and rankings as BFF are swapped to doom those of our rivals to the merciless ravages of gravity or social isolation. Having already proven itself on both Steam and the Wii U, it’s a wonder it has taken this long for Nintendo to connect a game of this nature to their signature handheld, which really seems to be a perfect addition to the 3DS’s already great library.

June 20th will see the release of this boldly shaded run’n’jump-athon, and although pricing has yet to be confirmed, what ...

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Nintendo Direct – Pokemon Announcements Abound! Summary and Impressions!

Nintendo’s use of “Nintendo Directs” can often be just cause for excitement and jubilation at times, especially when they have released a new console in the last few months and the gaming community is on tenterhooks to know: WHAT’S NEXT FROM NINTENDO?!

Yesterday’s correspondence has given us a much clearer idea as to what to expect over the coming months for one of their most universally successful series across the board: Pokémon.

This Nintendo Direct was comprised of four main Pokémon related announcements:

  • Pokken Tournament DX – Switch
  • Pokken Tournament released for the Wii U a couple of years ago now to relatively decent praise and feedback. The fighting game formula was seemingly a big winner when given a pretty Pokémon sheen...

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SquareEnix announces a new JRPG for the Nintendo Switch

The dust has settled to a calm on the release Nintendo’s newest hybrid hardware, the Switch, and following the exciting release of the hardware, the future of the console now lies squarely in the hands of its software. The games make the system, not the other way around!

A couple of big name titles are already on the system, with the likes of the almighty Breathe of the Wild and the Deluxe version of Mario Kart 8 setting the trend, hopefully, for the rest of the year. Other games have been announced to be on their way sooner (Monster Hunter XX) or later (Xenoblade Chronicles 2) and this is all for the best. The Switch needs as much decent, well produced software to be thrown at it as possible if it is to avoid the problems of it’s predecessor: The Wii U.

With that in mind, another announce...

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Gwent Goes Public!

Still one of the best single player games on the market at the moment, The Witcher III: Wild Hunt had an ace up its sleeve in the guise of one of the best card based minigames since Triple Triad! Gwent distracted and destroyed the noblest intentions of a certain White Wolf of Riviera for many a person’s playthrough in favour of sitting in a smokey tavern with ne’er do wells and miscreants to outmaneuver and best his opponent over the card table in Gwent!

As with any card based minigame that reaches the lofty heights of “a tangible and veritable distraction from the main game”, Gwent is defined by two di-opposed traits that perfectly work together symbiotically: Its simplicity and it’s depth...

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Red Dead Redemption 2 – Release Window & Screenshots

There are few no video game developers that command as much respect and attention as Rockstar Games. With it’s stellar output and insane budget, Grand Theft Auto V is a great example of what happens when everything comes together correctly and receives the overwhelming critical and peer based reception that it did so receive. And that’s what they achieved during the last generation, many and more of us have been eagerly awaiting what they can do with the current generation’s Hardware.

But we’ll have to wait a little longer, unfortunately! Previously, the rough release date has been pushed back somewhat...

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