Get a new hold on the Joy-Con™ controller with Swivel Grip for Nintendo Switch™. Swivel Grip adds a controller like grip to the Joy-Con controller and provides a more ergonomic feel than the Joy-Con alone. Perfect for longer gameplay sessions. The grips swivel into place to provide more of a traditional controller-like feel or collapse and attach the Joy-Con to the Nintendo Switch. Swivel Grip does not need to removed to attach the Joy-Con to the console and the functionality of the face and shoulder buttons are preserved. Installation is simple, just separate the top and bottom piece of Swivel Grip and place the Joy-Con inside.
Added size and controller-like grip improves comfort for longer gameplay sessions
Grips swivel intro place or out of the way for easy storage
Does not interfere with any buttons or ports
Can be left attached when the Joy-Con is connect to the Nintendo Switch
A portion of a Siliconera interview with Senran Kagura creator Kenichiro Takaki...
S: What can you tell us about your experiments with HD Rumble on Switch?
KT: It is difficult to make something great with HD Rumble, but the possibilities are really impressive. We are working hard on it and having fun with it.
S: What do you want to do with the Senran Kagura series on Switch that you haven’t been able to do before?
KT: HD Rumble is specific to Switch and we want to make new things with it. We also want to use Switch to try out different genres and brand new kinds of games on Switch.
Atooi working on "something Mutant Mudds related" for Switch, teases other secrets, Treasurenauts in 2018
A portion of a 4cr interview with Atooi's Jools Watsham...
4cr: With Chicken Wiggle pretty much ready to shine and that Treasurenauts is moving along nicely, are there any other projects you’re currently working on that you could talk about for a bit or hint at?
JW: We have something Mutant Mudds related coming to the Switch this year, as well as a few other secrets lined up for the future.
4cr: OK, elephant in the room time. You’ve said you’re back at work on Treasurenauts, something we’ve heard you say before. Is this time the big one? Are you aiming at releasing the game this year?
JW: Yes, this is the big one! We are finally on the finishing path to bringing Treasurenauts to launch. I am ridiculously excited about that. We do not have a release date at this time, but a 2018 release looks more realistic than 2017. I am actively working on the game now, and my approach is to make it all that it can be. Fortunately, a lot of the heavy lifting has already been accomplished, which allows me to focus on the smaller details, such as enemies, bosses, and bonus gameplay features. There is still a lot of work to do, though. And, I am determined to work on Treasurenauts uninterrupted until it is complete. EXCITE!
It's been confirmed that Nintendo will be hitting up the GamesIndustry.biz Investment Summit. The purpose of this event is for indie devs to show off their projects in the hopes of bigger-name companies getting in on them. That's how Snipperclips came to be, and now Nintendo is looking to see what else is out there!
Earlier this year, Furuta released the first batch of Pokemon Sun and Moon Choco Egg toys and next month, they're re-releasing the same collection of toys based on the 3DS Pokemon Sun and Moon games released late last year. The collection of toys are packaged inside capsules and include chocolate. Please Note: The upcoming re-release features a variation of Pikachu who wears a baseball cap but the other 14 standard toys such as Magikarp, Charizard, Machamp, are the same as the original Choco Eggs issued back in February.
No, this won't work with the SNES Classic Edition. This is a mouse replacement for the SNES, and pretty much the only option out there. If you've worn out your original SNES mouse with your Mario Paint addiction, you can grab this replacement on July 6th for $20.