After two weeks of light news, things get crazy this week! The Nindies Showcase alone was jam-packed with all kinds of fun stuff! We cover all that and so much more in this week's episode!
Nintendo and Nickelodeon have partnered up in the past to promote some games during the Kids' Choice Awards, and this year is no different. The two have once again teamed up, and Nickelodeon thanked Doug Bowser for the partnership with a special cake. I wonder if there's any slime in there...
The night is calling, will you answer?— Horizon Chase Turbo (@Horizon_Chase) March 23, 2019
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Looking for some new content in Horizon Chase Turbo? Hop in and try out the new 'City Lights' playground season! Hit the streets in locations like Dubai, Tokyo and L.A. to strut your stuff.
A single bit of computer memory became sentient and decided to escape from digital into the real world. Explore RAM, modify bytes and hack machine code and CPU registers to set it free.
What are you going to do while you wait for Animal Crossing Switch to release? Play Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, of course! Nintendo is advertising the game once again through the pages of Famitsu. I guess they want to make sure the franchise stays fresh in the minds of fans, because big things are coming!
Ding and Dong between the top and bottom of the screen as you attempt to avoid obstacles, collect points, and smash helpful power-ups. Try to survive as long as you can!
Pressing the Ding Dong button allows you to cross the screen from top to bottom or vice-versa. Wait for the proper timing and don't hit enemies. Easy one button control with a Gamepad/Controller, Keyboard, or mouse.
Easy to learn, simple controls
An endless, fast paced and challenging arcade style game play that constantly gets harder
Unlock a handful of unique cosmetic skins for your player, including some from other Nickervision Studios games
'Close Call' system that awards extra points for close calls with obstacles.
Dual Mode allows you to play with two buttons for a brain bending new challenge
The in game audio/SFX was provided by my mouth making noises into a crumby consumer mic and some royalty free SFX from FreeSFX.
In game song / loops are Difourks - "It's Complextro & Dance"
Ding Dong XL is officially coming to Switch, but the developer hasn't revealed any release date or pricing info at this time. We'll bring you those details when they become available
Thwart the villain Kenos’ plans to resurrect Bagos, a gargantuan weapon from ancient times! Pilot the Machi Knights, giant weapons that make up the legacy of an ancient kingdom that fell to ruin, and take down enemies to surge forward in this new action RPG.
You think all the major glitches in Zelda: Breath of the Wild have already been discovered? Think again, my friends! A new glitch is making the rounds, and it's been dubbed the 'Apparatus Storage Glitch.' This glitch can lead to an insane amount of effects in the game. You'll be able to nullify temperature effects, max out hearts/stamina, ignore weather issues, skip portions of the game, and much more. Check out the footage above to see the glitch in action!
Well here's an interesting find. Profesor Layton and the Curious Village seems like it's going to get an HD port to the Switch. This information comes from the G4F-Localization, which looks to handle various localization jobs for projects. The listing specifically mentions translation into Italian, German, and Spanish.
This goes along with previous hints of Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and The Millionaires’ Conspiracy DX getting localized as well. Once again, this site makes mention of localization plans for the title, which would mark the second time we've seen indication of the Switch version leaving Japan.
In this video, Did You Know Gaming takes a look at some facts, secrets and Easter eggs surrounding references to memes in games, such as Payday 2, Meme Run, Borderlands 2, Street Fighter x Mega Man, and Minecraft.