Thanks to reaching its target goal of pledges on Fig, Bounty Battle is now confirmed as yet another title for Nintendo Switch.
The official Pokémon Twitter have announced a demo for the upcoming Switch fighter, and we’ve heard it’ll be available worldwide.
ARMS has recently been updated to Version 2.1, receiving a pretty knock-out set of changes to its menus, fighters, and more.
Angry Mob Games are bringing their party style fighting game to Switch sometime later in 2017.
The Nintendo Switch lends itself perfectly to games based around a very simple set of controls, short bursts of multiplayer action, and – ultimately – fun. We’ve seen games such as De Mambo and Overcooked: Special Edition hit the Switch’s eShop in recent times, and they’re two great examples of this mantra. Bringing Rocket Fist to the console seems to be an attempt at continuing this trend, so let’s see if it’s a success.
De Mambo‘s developers, The Dangerous Kitchen, aren’t one to shy away from their influences. De Mambo was devised as a way of distracting the developers from scouring the internet for Smash Bros. news ahead of the Nintendo brawler’s release on the 3DS. The Dangerous Kitchen has set out to take the premise from Nintendo’s game, strip it down to its bare bones, keep it fun, and make it their own – have they succeeded in doing this? Carry on reading to find out!
The first trailer for the Nintendo Switch version of the game has been kicked into our laps. Want a look?
Nintendo has released the version 2.0 update for their not even month old righting title ARMS, bringing more content and some welcome fixes to the masses.
Bandai Namco has announced Western release dates for their latest Dragon Ball infused fighter.
A fighter you might have run into if you’ve played the ARMS Grand Prix, Max Brass – the former reigning champ – is now coming free to a roster near you.