Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Announced for Nintendo Switch

A direct sequel to Monolith Soft’s action role-playing game Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade 2, was announced during the Nintendo Switch reveal event. No release date was hinted during the trailer or stage show. Xenoblade Chronicles was released for the Wii in Japan in 2010 and North America in 2012, and a…

EA Announces EA Sports FIFA for the Nintendo Switch

At Nintendo’s Switch press event, Electronic Arts revealed that it would bring EA Sports’ FIFA franchise to Nintendo’s upcoming console. EA asserted that it would be the most authentic sports game on a Nintendo console yet, with the best leagues and iconic stadiums that the sport has to offer. No…

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Nintendo Announces Arms Fighting Game

Nintendo has announced Arms. At its Switch press conference event, the company described it as a “fighting sports game that uses extendable arms.” To play, you use a Joy Con in each hand and physically throw punches. You can also twist your real punches to have your virtual punches do…

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Super Mario Odyssey Announced for Nintendo Switch

A new 3D Mario game, Super Mario Odyssey, has been announced for Nintendo Switch. It will launch holiday 2017. Nintendo revealed the next installment in the series of Mario 3D platformers, which features areas outside the Mushroom Kingdom, during a Switch live stream event. They showed off a city location…

1-2 Switch Announced for Nintendo Switch

Party game 1-2 Switch has been announced for Nintendo Switch. During a streamed presentation event, Nintendo confirmed that 1-2 Switch would launch alongside Nintendo Switch on March 3. It features face-to-face games that use the detached Joy-Con controllers, like a time-based duel game. Other game types teased in the trailer…

Nintendo Switch Not Region Locked

At Nintendo’s Switch press conference, the company revealed that it will not region lock its upcoming Switch console. This will allow Switch owners to play games from any country. This move will mark the first time Nintendo will release a non-region locked console. For more Nintendo Switch info, click here…

The Nintendo Switch Online Service Will Require a Paid Subscription

Nintendo has revealed details about the Nintendo Switch online service, which will be available via a free trial after the console’s launch. The service supports online multiplayer and will require a paid subscription starting fall 2017. The company gave initial information about Switch’s online capabilities during the January 12 Nintendo…