Nintendo has been killing it with their new characters and designs since the start of the Nintendo Switch Era. Their designs have always been consistently good, but in the past four months they’ve introduced no less than 15 characters that have gone over extremely well, with Minmin, Twintelle, and now Marina going viral. Of their long list of great new characters/designs, only Link and Zelda were characters that existed before the Nintendo Switch’s release. Continue reading Nintendo is killing it with their Switch Era characters
In the lead up to E3 2017, many Nintendo and fighting game fans were expecting to see either an enhanced port, in the vein of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, or an entirely new entry for the Super Smash Bros series on Nintendo Switch. On the surface, it seemed like a logical idea: The new Smash amiibo are finally coming after a lengthy wait, and if Pokken Tournament was getting a DX version, then certainly Smash deserved one. However, while Smash is definitely coming to the Nintendo Switch, there was never a chance it was going to be at E3. Continue reading Why Super Smash Bros was never going to be at E3
In the last moments of the Nintendo Treehouse, ARMS producer Kosuke Yabuki came on to announce new DLCs coming to the game soon. First, he gave us a look at Max Brass, the first DLC character. Max Brass is the greatest fighter ever on the ARMS Grand Prix, so much so that his arms are made out of championship belts. He sports a Trojan helmet and a huge upper body. Continue reading E3 2017: ARMS’ new character and spectator mode revealed
On Amazon’s top 20 best seller list for video games, there are 10 games on the list. 8 of those games are made by Nintendo, the other two Sony. There are 5 Playstation store gift cards and 4 Playstation controllers. The only Xbox product on the list is an Xbox controller. Continue reading E3 2017: Nintendo sales soar Post-E3 Spotlight
Reggie Fils-Aime joined Geoff Keighley earlier today to battle it out in ARMS and talk about tomorrow’s Nintendo E3 Spotlight. Continuing their tradition of recent years, Nintendo will live-stream pre-prepared footage revealing their upcoming projects and showcasing gameplay from their future library. Continue reading Reggie Fils-Aime: Nintendo E3 Spotlight Will Be “Fast and to the point”
Nintendo launched Nintendo Versus today, an official twitter account of updates for competitive play across the platform. The company has been rapidly gearing itself up for eSports as of late, with some of the Switch’s first major games being designed for competition.
Continue reading Nintendo Enters Esports Scene with ‘Nintendo Versus’
Today the ARMS Global Testpunch makes its triumphant return. Last week saw the game receive tons of praise from those that got their hands on it, myself included. After the first Testpunch, ARMS shot to the top of the Amazon video game software sales charts, and it should do even better after this round: Twintelle has been added to the roster due to fan demand. Continue reading ARMS Global Testpunch returns, now with Twintelle