With the release of the Nintendo Switch closing in on March 3rd, having a strong lineup of games is a factor. The announcements of when games are released for next-gen consoles may make or break the future of their longevity.
The online features of the console, including the Nintendo eShop, will require a patch download. The Virtual Console will not be part of that patch and no word was given on when it will be added.
I wanted to approach as a realist and see just what we can expect from the Nintendo Switch, whether it’s good or bad. There’s a lot of hyperbole on either side, but it’s usually candy-coated dreams or apocalyptic ramblings.
Compared to the Wii and Wii U launch, the Nintendo Switch will be coming out the gate with some obvious choices, and surprise contenders. Here is a quick look at some upcoming games that will be hitting shelves soon.
To end January on a good note, Penny Arcade had its third annual convention, PAX South. This year, Nintendo entered the show floor showcasing their newest console that’s releasing in March, the Nintendo Switch.
Zelda: Breath of the WIld’s latest trailer had me in tears. But why? It had to be more than nostalgia. Turns out there is something more potent underneath the surface.
So, the Nintendo Switch got announced this week. That’s cool. It looks nice. Yeah. You know what else happened this week? If not, here’s some of the things you might have missed, just In Case You Missed It!
Shovel Knight is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Also in a roundabout manner, Yacht Club Games reveals plans for the future of their retro platformer including new pricing strategies and the premiere of the Body Swap Mode.