Below you can download the full audio only version:Read More
Well known video game leakers Gaming Intel have come forth to give us a date for this month’s rumored Nintendo Direct. When is it? Well….
Okay, it’s April 11th. Though I think our video on it is totally worth watching. There is currently no other additional information, so instead enjoy our speculation on what is in this sucker here:Read More
Darksider’s Warmastered Edition that originally released on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2016 has now released on Nintendo Switch and you might be curious how this version of the game stacks up compared to all of the rest. You may actually be pretty surprised by the results, as examined by Digital Foundry:
In short, the Switch version has two modes – performance or quality modes. In performance mode, the game runs at 60fps, but at a lower resolution – 800p in docked and 540p in handheld. Most of the game stays locked at 60 fps but there are combat sequences that frequently dip down to the low 50’s.
In Quality Mode, the game runs at 1080p in docked mode and 720p in handheld, but only at 30fps...Read More
Switch gem Octopath Traveler appears to be heading to PC, thanks to a new rating discovered by Gematsu. They have noticed a rating pop up for the game on PC in Korea, with Bandai Namco listed as the publisher. Bandai Namco does publish a ton of Square Enix games in Korea, so there aren’t any inherent red flags with this discovery.
Now, I am not sure how I should feel about this, but my initial reaction is blow:
Of course, when it comes to “home consoles”, Switch is still the only platform with the game and while a PC version may exist, it’s possible it never releases outside of Korea. The real question is – do you care if this game stays exclusive, or are you okay with it going to other platforms?Read More
Nintendo just announced that The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey will now support Nintendo Labo VR. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will have full game support (except cut scenes), where as Super Mario Odyssey will be just small section. See our reaction video below which includes the announcement trailer.Read More
The Wall Street Journal is at it again, this time doubling down on a report they had last year about a Switch Mini and this time throwing a Pro model in the mix. Here are their exact words:
“Nintendo Co. plans to launch two new versions of its Switch gaming console as early as this summer, people familiar with the matter said, as the company seeks to sustain sales momentum for the product going into a crucial third year.
One version will have enhanced features targeted at avid videogamers, although it won’t be as powerful as Sony Corp.’s PlayStation 4 Pro or Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox One X, according to parts suppliers and software developers for Nintendo who have early access to a prototype of the machine.
The other version is a cheaper option for casual gamers that Nintendo sees as a suc...