Zoink shows Zombie Vikings running on Switch
Posted 21 hours ago by Brian in News, Switch eShop | 2 Comments
Zoink, developer of Stick it to the Man, is already confirmed to be a Switch developer. So it’s interesting then that the studio posted a video today of Zombie Vikings running on Switch.
Here’s a look:
— Zoink (@ZoinkGames) January 20, 2017
Zombie Vikings was originally planned for Wii U, but was eventually scrapped. Could we end up seeing it on Switch instead?
Nintendo Badge Arcade – North American updates for the week of January 16, 2017
Posted 22 hours ago by Brian in 3DS eShop, News | 0 comments
Update: Added in Friday’s updates.
Nintendo Badge Arcade has been receiving daily updates since heading to the 3DS eShop. Because it’s continually updated with content, we’re rounding up all of the additions and changes in a weekly post.
Here’s what’s on tap for the week of January 16:
– 21 Nintendo systems/cartridges panels
– 9 Zelda panels (1 day left)
– 1 free play
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Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X boxart, first screenshots
Posted 1 day ago by Brian in 3DS, Images, Screenshots | 0 comments
Senran Kagura creator talks about his Switch project and how he wants to use the HD Rumble feature
Posted 1 day ago by Matt in News, Switch | 29 Comments
Senran Kagura creator Kenichiro Takagi has talked quite a bit about the Switch in recently, and he was also one of the developers invited to attend the Switch presentation in Tokyo last week. In a recent Famitsu interview, he shared his ideas for his planned Switch project and how he wants to make use of a certain Switch feature:
“It ’s the HD Rumble after all. Because I want to express “softness” with it. I already created a project, and now I’m in the middle of focusing on how to realise it. I think games have a “sensation of touching” in many meanings, so I want to realise a new experience that ’s exclusive to Nintendo Switch.”
I’m sure we can all imagine what he’s talking about.
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The Unlikely Legend Rusty Pup: Wii U version cancelled, coming to Switch instead
Posted 1 day ago by Matt in 3DS eShop, News, Switch eShop, Wii U eShop | 9 Comments
In an interview with Nintendo Life, The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup creator Chris Seaver of Gory Detail has stated that development of the Wii U version of the puzzle platformer has stopped for now. Instead, the focus lies on the PC version at the moment – however, as soon as Gory Detail get their hands on a Switch developer kit, they will work on porting the game to Nintendo’s newest system. Additionally, Seaver stated that a release of the 3DS version is “dependent on resources and time issues”.
Here are his statements in full:
“We’re looking to have everything done on the PC side by September or so, the Nintendo Switch side of things depends on when dev kits become available. As you can imagine there’s a lot of people wanting them and I can’t imagine little indies like us are too high on the list. We’ll see.
I’d pretty much back-burnered the Wii U in terms of dev for a while now because of the cost to develop on something that was increasingly seen as a dead end system. Along comes the Switch, hopefully reinvigorating Nintendo’s home console market. It all dovetails nicely. Switch is pretty much a defo, just not sure when. 3DS is dependent on resources and time issues but currently a yes. Wii U, nah.”
Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death: New screenshots show “Battle Act” system and more
Posted 1 day ago by Matt in 3DS, News, Screenshots | 0 comments
Some new screenshots for Attack on Titan: Escape from Certain Death have popped up. These showcase various scenes of character interaction and dialogue between the members of the Survey Corps, as well as the new “Battle Act” system. This is essentially a series of quicktime events that occur when you encounter a Titan – pressing the right buttons within the time limit is necessary in order to escape unharmed, or even defeat the Titan.Source Via
ARMS appearing at Genesis 4 Smash Bros. tournament this weekend
Posted 1 day ago by Jake in Switch | 4 Comments
ARMS will be making an appearance at Genesis 4, a Smash Bros. tournament happening this weekend. The event is being held in San Jose, California, and is being officially sponsored by Nintendo. It’s unknown how much ARMS will be featured, but if you’re interested in the game, keep an eye out in case footage or info pops up over the weekend.