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The Weekly Famitsu Awards Super Mario Odyssey With A Score Of 39/40!

Near Perfect! The Weekly Famitsu magazine will be releasing tomorrow in Japan and the review scores for various games has been released, including the much awaited Super Mario Odyssey. Famitsu has given Super Mario Odyssey a near-perfect score of – 10/10/9/10 [39/40]. Although some people might be disappointed that the game did not score a

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id Software Developers talk DOOM on Nintendo Switch

Developer Talk Alongside the official announcement from Nintendo of America that DOOM will be launching on Switch this November, a new developer interview with members of the id Software team has been uploaded to Nintendo’s official YouTube channel. Hugo Martin, Creative Director, as well as Marty Stratton, Executive Producer, talk about their experience making the

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DOOM is coming out this November on the Nintendo Switch

Earlier than Expected Announced during the last Nintendo Direct, DOOM is coming to the Nintendo Switch earlier than expected. Beating Skyrim to the punch, DOOM will launch this November 10th on the system. Nintendo of America’s Tweet: Rip and tear through the demon hordes in #DOOM, coming to #NintendoSwitch on November 10th! pic.twitter.com/jiat3dny6Q — Nintendo

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Splatoon 2 Splatfest pitting Vampires vs Werewolves ends in a clean sweep

Flawless Victory! Another Splatfest has come and gone, but this time in a less dramatic fashion.  Pitting Team Vampire vs Team Werewolf, Nintendo spearheaded the  festivities with this Halloween classic while at the same time attempting to answer the question which the Twilight Saga failed to provide. And it is very clear if the results

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Nintendo Switch eShop’s New Feature update makes it more user-friendly

A work in progress… The Nintendo Switch has been a massive success, collecting universal praise for its hybrid format and marriage of multiple ways to experience a game, but there have been some complaints, although few and far between. Among those complaints has been the Switch eShop and its bare-bones format which makes it harder

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Crazy Justice brings ‘Battle Royale’ format to the Nintendo Switch

A First for the Switch Black Riddles Studios, a company founded by the Welker Brothers (Balazs and Gergo) is intent on bringing Crazy Justice to the Nintendo Switch as well as other consoles. Described as “a third-person shooter game in cel-shaded style with steampunk elements”, Crazy Justice will, for the first time, allow Switch players

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