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Nintendo Switch News
Mega Man Battle Network-Inspired Game Crushes Kickstarter Target.
Nintendo had some heavy news to reveal for Metroid Prime fans, but there's some good to be found here.
The SteamWorld series continues busting down genres, this time in the form of a card-based RPG.
If you're thirsty for more hack-n-slash action, Travis Strikes Again has you covered with its latest update.
Not set to end the horror streak any time soon, Bloober has some new footage for their Layers of Fear sequel.
Power Rangers has covered plenty of genres, but now, it's time for them to take the fighting game scene by storm.
A new TCG Dragon Ball game is close, and marks a series first by releasing outside of Japan.
Sound off the applause and hit those nets; Rocket League is now open for everyone to play together.
The extra-cute platformers now have a launch date, and secrets aplenty to be found within.
A Set of Super-Hard Farewell Levels Prepped for Early 2019.
With the recent induction of P5's Joker into Smash, and Sakurai's recent trip to Atlus, fans are wondering what's up.
The DLC for Travis Strikes Again will see the return of some No More Heroes favorites and their voice actors.
Nintendo unveils its first upcoming DLC character for Super Smash Bros Ultimate on the Switch.
Mortal Kombat 11 has been announced along with revealed release date, screenshots and a cinematic trailer.
Full copies of Super Smash Bros Ultimate have leaked onto the internet causing Nintendo to take action.
The Nintendo Switch tops the console sales with a great Black Friday performance.
Join us as we discuss the details of Spirits in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate.
In the newest mode for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Kirby is the last surviving hero. Why does only he survive? Join us as we discuss it.
Dodge Roll has opened up about Enter the Gungeon and the difficulty supporting it, instead deciding to look towards the future.
A new mythical Pokemon called Meltan is now available in Pokemon GO and Pokemon Let's Go Pikachu and Eevee.
Nintendo of America President, Reggie Fils-Aime, confirms Metroid Prime 4 is currently in development.