Streets of Rogue dev says Switch version is “a major possibility”
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 2 Comments
Streets of Rogue developer Matt Dabrowski has expressed interest in a Switch release. When asked about the chances of it happening, Dabrowski said porting it over is “a major possibility” and he’d “like to do it”.
Dabrowski told the fan:
“It’s a major possibility, I’d like to do it (Xbox and Ps4 as well) — need to look further into it, but since SOR is Unity-based, I’m not anticipating major problems on the technical end. Knock wood.”
Interestingly, Streets of Rogue is apparently published by tinyBuild. tinyBuild is already bringing Mr. Shifty to Switch, so perhaps the company would work with Dabrowski on a Switch version of this game as well.
Some footage of Mr. Shifty is now available to watch on YouTube. Check it out below.
tinyBuild bringing Mr. Shifty to Switch in April
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Switch eShop | 0 comments
tinyBuild has revealed the company’s first game for Switch. Mr. Shifty is set to launch on the eShop in April before all other platforms.
Here are 3 unique titles debuting first on #NintendoSwitch
– Graceful Explosion Machine (April)
– Mr. Shifty (April)
– TumbleSeed (Spring) pic.twitter.com/qqKAG2QgX6
— Nintendo of America (@NintendoAmerica) February 28, 2017
Punch Club launch trailer
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Punch Club made it out on the North American 3DS eShop a couple of days ago. The game’s launch trailer has arrived, and we have it below.
Punch Club launches in North America next week
Posted on 2 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, News | 4 Comments
tinyBuild will publish Punch Club in North America next week, according to a listing on the eShop. It’s due out on January 19 for $9.99.
Here’s a brief overview:
“Train hard, find love, deliver pizza, punch crocodiles, fight and rank up in the leagues.
Welcome to Punch Club, the Boxing Management Tycoon where you choose your own path, and find out who murdered your father.”
Punch Club is described as a fighter management sim mixed with RPG and tycoon elements. It places an emphasis on the story, of which there are “multiple different narrative branches and game endings to discover”.
First Punch Club 3DS footage – PAX West stream
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in 3DS eShop, Videos | 0 comments
Next month, tinyBuild will be bringing Punch Club to the 3DS eShop. Check out the video below for some footage recorded from Twitch’s PAX West stream.
Yesterday, Lovely Planet arrived on the Wii U eShop. Some footage of the download has now come in – see the video below.
Lovely Planet launches on Wii U in North America next week
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U eShop | 12 Comments
According to a listing on Nintendo’s website, Lovely Planet is making its way to Wii U next week. This will be a Tuesday release in North America – April 5.
Here’s a description of the game:
With boots of speed on your feet, an infinite supply of bullets for your semi-automatic and the ability to jump over twice your own height, you’re well equipped to go up against any enemy on your quest to reach Lovely Planet! Balance between jumping around dodging bullets and taking aim for a better shot at your enemies, don’t waste time camping at cover spots and waiting for enemies to pop out – artfully evade the onslaught of bullets and defeat all baddies that stand in your way!
Lovely Planet will be priced at $9.99. But since it was included in the [email protected] program last year, those who downloaded the demo should be able to save 15 percent.
Thanks to MrValtor for the tip.
No Time To Explain heading to Wii U
Posted on 3 years ago by Brian(@NE_Brian) in News, Wii U eShop | 3 Comments
Update: Here’s the official word from tinyBuild:
@NinEverything well for the record we're working on it but can't confirm, it's our first console game and the code is difficult to optimize
— tinyBuildGAMES (@tinyBuild) January 15, 2016
tinyBuild is bringing No Time to Explain to Wii U. That’s according to a classification listing coming from PEGI.
No Time to Explain, a platform game, started off in 2011 as a browser release. It’s been put out on several systems since then, and it looks like Wii U will be joining in on the fun as well.
Here’s a brief overview of No Time To Explain:
“No Time To Explain is a game about shooting the ground, putting on weight and setting your body on fire. Blast yourself through time and alternate realities to rescue your future-self from a giant crab sent by your evil time-twin from another dimension! Add up to 3 friends to join during the adventure.”
For a better look at the game, view the 2013 Steam trailer below.
Lovely Planet [email protected] E3 2015 trailer
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