During an Interview with Eurogamer, Uncharted: Lost Legacy creative director and writer Shaun Escayg confirmed that while the story of Nathan Drake is over, the world of Uncharted may well continue. Continue reading Uncharted: Lost Legacy director confirms Uncharted series likely to continue
E3 2017 was fine. In fact it had some great high points, like Beyond Good and Evil 2, Shadow of the Colossus Remastered, Pokémon and Metroid Prime 4 confirmed for Nintendo Switch, and the Super Mario Odyssey blowout. However, there was a little something missing from the conferences this year. Something that, in years past, had kept gamers glued to the live streams.
What was missing? Let’s break it down and find out. Here are five reasons why E3 2017 wasn’t at it’s best.
The Nintendo Switch has now obtained it’s first major system update, 3.0.0. It aimed to add a few new features to make using your Nintendo Switch more ergonomic and improve the general user experience.
Nintendo listed some of it’s key features that it’s releasing including adding friends from you 3DS and WiiU friends list, notifications when your friends come online and the ability to activate the vibrate function on detached Joy Cons that are within communication range of the Console.
Other updates include sound and colour option changes and the ability to uninstall software to enable installation of other software.
This update should automatically be installed on your Switch, if not see the support site (here) for advice on how to properly install the update as well as the full list of updates for Nintendo Switch 3.0.0
During an Interview with Geoff Keighley on YouTube’s E3 Coverage Bungie’s Luke Smith confirmed that the upcoming sequel to Destiny will be locked to 30 FPS on the ‘Most powerful console in the world’ Xbox One X. Continue reading Destiny 2 Locked at 30 FPS on Xbox One X
Super Mario Odyssey was the star of Nintendo’s E3 Spotlight. The presentation displayed Mario playing his way through multiple levels, using his Ghost-possessed hat to control enemies, items, and strangely enough, a T-Rex. The reasoning for Odyssey’s title is that the Space Ship shown off in the Switch reveal trailer is in fact named Odyssey. Continue reading E3 2017: Super Mario Odyssey shown off
In a post-Spotlight announcement, a possible refresh of the Gameboy Metroid game, Metroid 2 Samus Returns, was announced for Nintendo 3DS. Making it two Metroid games announced this E3 2017, with the announcement of Metroid Prime 4. Continue reading E3 2017: Metroid: Samus Returns
During their E3 Spotlight 2017, Nintendo presented a very small teaser for Metroid Prime 4. It was announced to be in development for Nintendo Switch, although not much more is known regarding this reveal. Continue reading E3 2017: Metroid Prime 4 Announced