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Rumor: Mother 3 Localization Cancelled Thanks to Controversial Content

Added: 12.02.2019 17:05 | 2 views | 0 comments

Still holding out hope for a Mother 3 localization? According to Game Informer, Nintendo tried, but eventually called it quits. We point out what likely went wrong here.


To All Mankind, A New Adventure Game From NIS, Is Coming To Switch

Added: 12.02.2019 12:00 | 0 views | 0 comments

It's a Tokyo jungle out there.
According to this week's , Nippon Ichi Software is teaming up with Acquire to bring To All Mankind (or Jinrui no Minasama e to give its Japanese title) to Switch and PS4. It's in development and there's no word yet on a release date.
Set in Tokyo, details are a little sketchy, but the game appears to take place in a deserted Akihabara overrun with flora and fauna. A group of girls must work together to survive after some apocalyptic event. Famitsu will give us more details on the game in the coming days, but these early scans give a taste of what to expect.
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Looks Like Assassin's Creed III Remastered Is Coming To Switch After All, According To Ubisoft's Website

Added: 11.02.2019 14:15 | 1 views | 0 comments

Here we go again (again).
Joining on the list of worst-kept secrets on Switch, the recently revealed remaster once again looks well and truly set to arrive on Nintendo's machine. This time, the 'leak' comes from Ubisoft itself.
Just like , Assassin's Creed III Remastered has been heavily rumoured for Switch for some time but has never officially been announced. The first rumours came from a which suggested an 'Assassin's Creed Compilation' was set to arrive on Switch and other consoles and, not long after, listed the remastered game under its proper title as coming to Switch, too.
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More Than 1,800 Games Have Now Been Released On The Nintendo Switch

Added: 11.02.2019 6:00 | 3 views | 0 comments

Something for everyone.
The Nintendo Switch isn't even two years old and already it's got a library of more than 1,800 games.
According to Perfectly-Nintendo's list covering every region, the Switch now has a total of 1,868 titles. points out how 100 games have been added to this list in about one month. Here are the regional breakdowns as well as comparisons to the previous yearly totals:
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Takahashi, Miyamoto And Shiota Discuss Proportion Of Female Employees In Nintendo’s Development Departments

Added: 09.02.2019 5:30 | 1 views | 0 comments

"It is a very good place to work".
The proportion of female employees in hardware and software development departments at Nintendo was one of the many topics raised during the company’s recent Q&A session, which has now been translated. According to Nintendo Director and Senior Managing Executive Officer Shinya Takahashi, the company has created a comfortable environment for the many females in the software development departments:
“There are many female developers in the software development departments. Especially, there are many design works involved in developing software, and very high number of females among our designers. Many of them have children, and we have created an environment to work with comfort even for those who have children. I think that it is a very good workplace where women can participate actively and find satisfaction in their work.”
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Majority of Sea of Thieves Population is on Xbox Says Rare

Added: 08.02.2019 17:05 | 2 views | 0 comments

Its no secret that Sea of Thieves has been promoted with Xbox One/PC crossplay at the forefront though with crossplay opt-out options looming, players have started wondering how much of an effect this will have on the server population, particularly for PC players. According to Rares Executive Producer Joe Neate, not much.


Unreleased NES Title Panic! Dizzy Hits Kickstarter

Added: 08.02.2019 14:45 | 4 views | 0 comments

The Oliver twins find another eggy treat in the loft.
Dizzy fans rejoice! In what seems like an unending trove of unreleased software that Philip and Andrew Oliver have found down the back of their sofa, Panic! Dizzy is the latest in a line of rediscovered Dizzy titles seeking crowdfunding. The game will be free to play on their website, but the pair are kickstarting the production of NES cartridges just as they have for Wonderland Dizzy, Dreamworld Pogie and Mystery World Dizzy.
According to their blurb:
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UK Retailer Lists Potential Release Dates For Animal Crossing, Luigi's Mansion 3 On Switch

Added: 08.02.2019 10:00 | 1 views | 0 comments

And Daemon X Machina, too.
2019 is set to introduce some pretty major games on Nintendo Switch, with the likes of , , , , and all scheduled to arrive this year. Exact release dates for these games are still unknown (apart from Yoshi), but one UK retailer has listed a couple of these products with some oddly specific launch dates., a UK, digital-only retailer which specialises in games, film, and music, has pre-order options available for the upcoming Animal Crossing game on Switch, Luigi's Mansion 3, and . According to these listings, DAEMON X MACHINA is expected in May, Luigi's Mansion 3 is coming in July, and Animal Crossing launches in September. You can see the pages for yourself below.
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Retro-Flavoured V.O.I.D. Side-Scrolls Onto Switch At The End Of February

Added: 07.02.2019 15:15 | 3 views | 0 comments

With a 15% pre-order discount, if you're into that sort of thing.
Nape Games and Jandusoft are prepping their action side-scroller for release later this month (the 28th, to be exact). Offering the choice between two characters, they promise different gameplay depending on your character's abilities that recalls the classic platforming action of the 8 and 16-bit eras, but updates it with new mechanics and fresh ideas.
According to the offical press release, the Earth itself is at stake (it's always getting itself in trouble):
PLOIDS are the evolution of the human race by merging technology with its DNA. Our planet is invaded by a race from another galaxy, which destroys everything it touches to become thus with absolute power.
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Pokémon GO's January Revenue Saw An 84% Increase Over The Same Period Last Year

Added: 07.02.2019 10:00 | 2 views | 0 comments

$68.1 million last month.
Niantic's monster-catching phenomenon, , is still performing incredibly well and raking in the cash more than two and half years since initially launching.
According to 's Store Intelligence data, the app's year-over-year revenue grew by 84% in the month of January. Last month saw players spend an estimated $68.1 million across iOS and Android devices, compared to an estimated $37 million during the very same month in 2018.
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