Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hopes receiving new figurines
Posted on 48 minutes ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in General Nintendo, News, Switch | 0 comments
As part of the UbiCollectible line, a couple of new figurines will be released for Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope. Currently it appears that there are plans for two: Rabbid Mario and Rabbid Peach.
Both measure 10 cm / 4″ and come with a unique code that unlocks an in-game weapon skin. For the Rabbid Mario figurine, it’s said that it shows the character “equipped with his massive gauntlets The Dukes, ready to plunge into battle against any enemy at a moment’s notice”. As for Rabbid Peach, she wielding her well-known Triple-Troll.
[Interview] Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope associate producer on combat changes, animation detail, Rayman, and more
Posted on 1 hour ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Interviews, Switch | 0 comments
Mario + Rabbids Sparks of Hope is fast approaching, and Ubisoft recently held a hands-on event for the media. After spending a few hours with the game, we also had a chance to speak with associate producer Quentin Correggi. Correggi touched on combat changes that have been made compared to Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, the work and detail being put into the animation, his excitement for bringing back Rayman, and more.
You can read our full discussion with Correggi. We also have a video version at the end of this post.
Human: Fall Flat gains Red Rock level on Switch
Posted on 6 hours ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 0 comments
Human: Fall Flat recently received a new 1.5.6 update on Switch, and as part of that, Red Rock has gone live on the platform.
Red Rock is a new desert level with various challenges and puzzles. We have the official overview below.
A bunch of gameplay has emerged for Potion Permit, the open-ended sim RPG. 27 minutes of footage provides a look at the Switch version.
You can learn more about the game in the following overview:
Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection gets first gameplay
Posted on 10 hours ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Switch, Videos | 0 comments
Thanks to IGN, we have some of the first gameplay from Mega Man Battle Network Legacy Collection. Seven minutes of footage is available.
The video starts out by showing 3D MegaMan.EXE, who will guide players through the game selection screen and gallery. We then get a brief look at the first three titles in the package. Of course, everything is shown in Japanese here.
Oxenfree II delayed to 2023
Posted on 10 hours ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments
Oxenfree II: Lost Signals has been delayed to 2023, according to developer Night School Studio. The company provided a status update about the project on social media today.
Night School Studio said it will be using the extra time to make the game “truly special and add more localizations”. You can read the full statement below.
Shoot ’em up game Angelian Trigger announced for Switch
Posted on 11 hours ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments
Pixel today announced Angelian Trigger, a new shoot ‘ep for Switch that’s a mashup of 2D and 3D gameplay. A release is planned for 2023.
Specifics about gameplay have yet to be detailed. However, we know that the lineup of staff includes Hidekuni Sasaki as director, Akihiro Kimura (ZAVAS, Emerald Dragon, Alshark, Alnam no Kiba: Juuzoku Juunishinto Densetsu) as character designer, and Toshikazu Arai on effect design. Akari Kaida (Darkstalkers, Resident Evil, Breath of Fire III, Okami) is handling the music, Yukihito Tanaka is in charge of the 2D animation, and nspace is working on backgrounds. Finally, the game features enemy design from Yu Hiraoka, Soushokunin Dora, and uhper2319.
[Review] Splatoon 3
Posted on 13 hours ago by Dennis Gagliardotto(@LyonHart_) in Reviews, Switch | 0 comments
Release Date: September 9, 2022
It’s hard to believe that such a fresh property like Splatoon has already been around for seven years, but Nintendo’s IP that introduced the cute little humanoid squids known as Inklings quickly resonated with fans despite being on the commercial failure that was the Wii U. It was when Splatoon 2 took off, however, that the franchise truly found its following thanks to the Switch’s success. Interestingly, the quick turnaround rate of two years for Splatoon 2 to release made the game feel almost too familiar. But to the uninitiated, Splatoon 2 gave those same feelings that Splatoon 1 did to those that owned a Wii U. Meanwhile, Splatoon 3 had a chance to marinate for years – five years to be exact – and has seen vast improvements to the overall structure of the game and its heavily-focused online portion that doesn’t feel anywhere near as dated, bringing the game and its multiplayer inking glory to the modern day while looking as beautiful as ever.
Midnight Fight Express Switch launch trailer
Posted on 15 hours ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in Switch eShop, Videos | 0 comments
Humble Games and Jacob Dzwinel have readied a launch trailer for the Switch version of Midnight Fight Express. After it was previously delayed, the title landed on the console this week.
Further information about Midnight Fight Express can be found in the following overview:
Cult of the Lamb update out now (version 184.108.40.206), patch notes
Posted on 17 hours ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch | 0 comments
Devolver Digital and Massive Monster have issued the latest update for Cult of the Lamb, with version 220.127.116.11 having gone live.
The new patch is largely intended to address a huge list of issues. Fixes have been implemented relating to crusades, cults, and more.
We have the full patch notes for the Cult of the Lamb version 18.104.22.168 update below.