Splatoon 2‘s next Splatfest has a power-related theme, and asks which of two super powers you’d like to have.
The official Pokémon Twitter have announced a demo for the upcoming Switch fighter, and we’ve heard it’ll be available worldwide.
Mario Kart 8 Deluxe has received a small update to Version 1.2.1 and – whilst the changes are only minor – we’ve got all the info you’ll need right here.
ARMS has recently been updated to Version 2.1, receiving a pretty knock-out set of changes to its menus, fighters, and more.
As seems to be tradition at the moment, the weekend has brought with it a new update for Splatoon 2 – providing us with yet another new weapon to be used across all multiplayer modes. This time around, it’s the Splat Brella.
With Snipperclips a stellar first first-party entry into the Switch eShop catalogue, Flip Wars – released in mid-July – is the next offering. While it does employ the same pick-up-and-play ethic of the cutting-out puzzler, that’s where the similarities end between the two titles. Flip Wars places the focus on the battling, the head-to-head multiplayer which crowns the best as the winner and the rest as the also-rans.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is undoubtedly a contender for many people’s game of 2017, and thanks to its season pass the content is due to keep coming throughout the year. Thanks to a new update however, the game is now promising yet another new feature to everyone.
We’ve got the results for the three major regions and we’re ready to let you know which is better – Mayo, or Ketchup.
Yet another weapon is headed to Splatoon 2 as part of the continuous free updates the game shall be receiving over the coming months. This time around it’s the Sploosh-O-Matic that will be gracing our screens, bringing us a fan favourite from the original game on Wii U.
While you may have gotten a taste with the World Premiere demo, it’s now time for the first Splatfest since the game’s release. Are you in?