Author: Ali@Nintendo

Spacejacked will be launching on Nintendo Switch later this year!

Spacejacked is a space action tower defense game originally released on Steam back in 2016. Now the game will get a second life on Nintendo Switch when it launches later this year. Here is the official press release for the announcement: ”In 2016, Rotten Mage’s Spacejacked released on Steam and was meet with some rave

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Psyonix Studios Working On Split-Screen Patch For Rocket League

The beloved rocket car soccer game, Rocket League, launched yesterday on Nintendo Switch. It has been hit with critical acclaim for years, and the Switch port is nothing short of fantastic. The game runs just like you’d expect while docked, and the handheld version runs at a resolution less than 720p. However the game stumbles

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Pokemon Ultra Sun/Moon Rated A 36/40 By The Weekly Famitsu!

According to the great folks over at JapaneseNintendo.com, Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon have been rated with a fantastic score of a 36/40 by the weekly Famitsu! Pokémon titles are always nothing short of fantastic, and Ultra Sun/Moon appear to continue the trend. Pokémon Ultra Sun and Pokémon Ultra Moon release this Friday, either

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Rumor: Ace Attorney to be getting multiple bundles on Switch starting next year alongside a new installment?!

Last week Capcom revealed to us what they are planning on releasing on Switch in the upcoming future. They discussed Ace Attorney as one of their main points, and a recent post by Kotaku UK further let’s us know what is really going to be coming. If the site is to be believed, two compilations

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CapCom’s COO promises more Switch titles in 2018; including Ace Attorney

Capcom has been on the quieter side as of late regarding bringing their beloved IP’s to the console. However in an interview with (Jiji.com) the COO promises more to come for the console after Q1 2018. This means that April 2018 and beyond will bring with them tons of support for Switch; including some exclusives.

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