Splatoon 2‘s next Splatfest has a power-related theme, and asks which of two super powers you’d like to have.
Initially revealed for release on PC, Mac, and PS4, Robonauts has now been included in the European eShop as an upcoming game – confirming that it is heading to Nintendo Switch.
Hypersect’s negative space shooter is headed to the Nintendo Switch sometime before the holiday season.
Ask An Enemy Studios have revealed that they’re bringing A Duel Hand Disaster: Trackher to the Nintendo Switch.
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.
The list of confirmed Nintendo Switch games just keeps growing and growing! We now have news that Promethium – a side-scrolling shoot-em-up with a retro vibe – is on its way to Nintendo Switch.
We’ve got the results for the three major regions and we’re ready to let you know which is better – Mayo, or Ketchup.
Game developer Rebellion have revealed that Redux will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on October 17th – with a Nintendo Switch release “soon after.”
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.
RIVE is a very intriguing game indeed – initially promised to release for Wii U, the game was ultimately cancelled due to technical issues and the decline of the console. Since then however, developer Two Tribes has confirmed that they are working on bringing the game to Nintendo Switch (with much more success this time around it would seem), and in a recent interview with Nintendo Life the team has shared some interesting new details about its release.