Quite a few people have talked about how Nintendo Labo is much more than a game. It can be a learning tool in multiple ways, and it seems some schools have taken notice of this potential. Nintendo UK has said that they've been approached by several schools about bringing Nintendo Labo into the classroom. As for Nintendo making a move on that idea and working with schools, there's been no official confirmation yet. That said, it certainly seems like something Nintendo would love to take advantage of.
PlatinumGames' wonder duo Atsushi Inaba and Hideki Kamiya appeared at Reboot Develop 2018 to talk about all of their projects in the works, as well as some that they'd like to see happen. Kamiya himself reached out to the crowd at the event to see if they were interested in a Switch port of The Wonderful 101. Kamiya's statements are shared below via a translator.
"We're going to knock the audience participation up a bit. They're still trying to negotiate with Nintendo whether a possible Wonderful 101 Switch release could happen but it always helps when the people in the audience at Reboot clap if they'd actually buy a Switch version of Wonderful 101. So anybody who would buy that, please clap..."
Following that question, Eurogamer had a chance to chat with Platinum Games' Atsushi Inaba about the idea. Once again, comments are being handled by a translator.
"From their perspective obviously there are things they can't talk about, about dealings they have with Nintendo. Certainly they can say everything they said during the speech, which was, 'Hey, we should do that.' But whether that is a 'we are going to do that', and what the likelihood is of that happening, is just going to have to be something you wait to find out."
Inaba also took a moment to share a tiny bit of insight into the development of Bayonetta 3.
"Bayonetta 2 was a fantastic title and they need to make sure this is leaps and bounds above that. They know that the fans expect crazier, better, tighter action games. If they're going to put out Bayonetta 3, it's going to have to raise the bar."
After 24 years, the cult classic is FINALLY making its way to the Switch. It might not be the best game quality-wise, but it's definitely a campy bit of fun, and a turning point in the game industry. Can't wait to grab this one!
Nintendo Labo dev interview: Part 2 - A nose-picking prototype, deciding to use cardboard, and much more
- the first idea the dev team tried that lead to the creation of Nintendo Labo was a pair of scissors
- trying this idea helped the team realize that restricting the Joy-Con to enclosures helped get more accurate data
- most people found the prototypes to be a unique idea that would never get off the ground
- the original prototypes were made with a 3D printer, but plastic would end up being to pricey for the consumer
- the team involved wanted to make something unique for Switch, which is why they gathered to have “prototype parties”
- the team decided to ignore concerns about cost and just let their imaginations run wild
- the team realized that getting data from the IR Camera was a struggle due to the Joy-Con being in motion
- when then put the Joy-Con into a box and it was stabilized, the data from the IR Camera was much easier to use/read
- the first prototype the team created for the Joy-Con IR Camera project is below
- the team used a nose-picking prototype because the nostril was the smallest enclosure they could think of to test their idea
- the IR Camera inside the box responds to movement and translates it to the finger on the screen
- for the nose-picking game, the team used a 3D printer
- the team then went and collected packaging material from the storage room to make a tank prototype
- a Joy-Con is inserted in the bottom, and there are reflective balls suspended beneath the pedals that move up and down
- the tank kept breaking because the player had to put his full body weight on it
- the data from the gyro sensor wasn't being used much either when playing the tank game
- this is when the team decided to shift the whole idea to a pack you wear on your back, which lead to the Robot Kit creation
- Kawamoto had the idea that Nintendo should incorporate the “making” process into the final product
- Nintendo made a music box prototype that they didn't find fun at all
- you turned a handle at different speeds to play the music slower or quicker
- the team didn't see players enjoying this much, as the prototype really doesn't look anything like a music box
- this is where the team learned the importance providing the whole experience to the consumer
- this lead to the idea of using cardboard to let the consumer create the device they would then play with
- all these ideas of customization and building also lead to the idea of the Toy-Con Garage mode
- after the first prototype, the hardware department were thinking of ways that they could put the IR Motion Camera to use
- the hardware team came up with their own prototypes at this point, including an “optical attachment”
- this prototype had reflective tape affixed to it to serve as a marker
- the Joy-Con emits a beam of invisible infrared light that is reflected back by these markers
- this enables the camera to read their movement
- this lead to a fishing rod prototype
- after this, a giant controller out of cardboard was made and was called the “Big-Con”
- you could push the big buttons, and that would move a reflective marker up and down inside the box
- the IR camera would read the motion of the markers
- the hardware team also independently started thinking that cardboard was the way to go for this project
- the hardware and software teams joined forces to share ideas shortly thereafter
- there were a lot of people on the software prototyping team that happened to really enjoy arts and crafts
- their interests ended up influencing the final product
- the initial prototype brainstorming sessions lasted about three weeks
- the team had a lot of prototypes that they pushed aside as they didn't find them to be fun
- the Toy-Con Motorbike designer was previously responsible for overseeing the Nintendo Switch and Joy-Con hardware
- the Nintendo Switch stand designer ended up designing the Toy-Con Piano
- the Nintendo Switch Pro Controller designer worked on another Toy-Con
- the two software art directors for Nintendo Labo worked on The Legend of Zelda and Animal Crossing
- a group of programmers showed the dev team their Toy-Con RC Car auto-driving mode, which they figured out on their own
- Nintendo considered the durability of the materials during the design stage
- they designed the Toy-Con projects so that they wouldn’t break easily
- the team performed extensive durability tests where they were subjected to the same motions and actions thousands of times
- cardboard is typically made from recycled paper, and the recycling process gives a final product with all kinds of materials
- North America, Europe, and Japan produce cardboard sheets for their region to comply with regional requirements
- the more the team worked on their creations, the more they wanted to customize them and give them their own sense of style
- the software includes tips on how to make repairs
- there are videos in the Discover section explaining how best to repair certain things, and how to avoid mistakes
- there is also content on decorating tips, and how to reinforce completed Toy-Con projects
- there are videos on how to replace snapped rubber bands, and how to use masking tape to repair cardboard tears
- there were consumer tests to see how difficult building certain Toy-Con was
- when something came across as too difficult for a child, the team took it back into the workshop and redesigned it
- at the Nintendo Labo preview events, lots of kids ignored the scheduled break times in order to play/build more
- the Robot Toy-Con takes three or four hours to build,
- speaking generally, children six and up can probably handle Nintendo Labo projects with a little assistance from their parents
Nintendo Labo Customization Set - $9.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Accessory Pack - $9.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Knobs Cardboard Pack - $5.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Main Body Cardboard Pack - $13.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Reflective Sticker Sheet - $1.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Slider Cardboard Pack - $9.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Straps Cardboard Pack - $5.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Visor + Feet + Joy-Con Holder Cardboard Pack - $5.99
Nintendo Labo Robot Kit - Weights Cardboard Pack - $7.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - Accessory Pack - $9.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - Fishing Rod Cardboard Pack - $8.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - House Cardboard Pack - $5.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - Motorbike Cardboard Pack - $11.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - Piano Cardboard Pack - $11.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - RC Car + Discover Cardboard Pack - $2.99
Nintendo Labo Variety Kit - Reflective Sticker Sheet Set - $2.99
Depending on what parts you need, the pricing doesn't seem all that bad. If you need to replace a whole Robot Kit though, that could be a bit pricey.
Nintendo eShop (Switch)
Wild Guns Reloaded (Natsume Inc.) - €29.99/£26.99
Wild Guns is a fast-paced arcade-style shooter, mixing the Wild West with steampunk. Each character can jump, dive, and roll to get out of the way of the barrage of bullets enemies let fly – or shoot them down with their own gun!
The Way Remastered (SONKA, available April 20) - €14.99/£13.49
The Way Remastered tells a story about a member of space explorers team who lost his beloved. During one of his expeditions he discovers ancient writings that testify the existence of a method for obtaining eternal life. Hoping to get his beloved back, he decides to return to the alien planet. However, the planet hides many secrets and dangers that he must face.
It's Spring Again (Sometimes You) - €1.99/£1.79
This game intended to develop associational and logical thinking. By following the hints, children help the seasons change. They learn the order of the seasons and create a melody for each of them with a little help from their parents and the narrator.
Party Trivia (Sabec) - €7.99/£7.19
With Party Trivia play head-to-head, outwitting each other, testing each other’s speed at being the fastest to answer the questions to win points and the game.
ACA NEOGEO REAL BOUT FATAL FURY SPECIAL (HAMSTER) - €6.99/£6.29
"REAL BOUT FATAL FURY SPECIAL" is a fighting game released by SNK in 1997. Introducing a brand-new 2-line battle system, a refinement of the Power Gauge system, and the abolishment of the ring-out system, the battle tactics of this system have been further improved. Along with Wolfgang Krauser, a total of 19 combatants appear…
BAFL - Brakes Are For Losers (Plug In Digital) - €4.99/£4.49
Challenge your friends, pick a funky car and outrun them with your driving skills and dirty tricks. Ram them out of your way or pick up bonuses to wreck them.
Manticore - Galaxy on Fire (Koch Media) - €19.99/£17.99
Write your legacy in gunfire and smoke as you take down the galaxy’s most wanted criminals in action-packed dogfights! Rise to become the hero of the Neox Sector – a deadly fringe world terrorized by ruthless crime lords and their no-good underlings!
Neo ATLAS 1469 (StudioArtDink) - €42.99/£37.99
It is 15th century Europe, at the height of age of discovery, back when the very shape of the world was still unclear, and believed to be flat. Search for what lies at the ends of the Earth, collect information about the world and create your very own world map.
Skee-Ball (Ocean Media) - €19.99/£17.99
Skee-Ball is a fun and action packed alley bowling game which you can now take with you wherever you go. The game captures all the fun of the original arcade game, features a host of new game variants.
Ninja Striker! (Flying Carpets) - €3.99/£3.59
Ninja Striker takes visuals and music inspired by the 8-bit era and fires them up with modern touches. Heavily stylised around Japanese themes, your goal is to advance forward with as much speed, flair and combo power as possible.
Uno Demo (Ubisoft) - Free
UNO, one of the most well-known card game, makes its return to the Nintendo Switch with an assortment of exciting features such as the new Today’s Ruleset which adds more fun and new strategies to your UNO game!
A.O.T. 2: Additional Episode: "A Titan Worth a Thousand" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €0.99/£0.89
A.O.T. 2: Additional Episode: "Skill Demonstration" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €0.99/£0.89
A.O.T. 2: Additional Episode: "Second Victory" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €0.99/£0.89
A.O.T. 2: Additional Sasha Costume: "Sports Outfit" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €3.49/£3.19
A.O.T. 2: Additional Annie Costume: "Pop Star Outfit" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €3.49/£3.19
A.O.T. 2: Additional Ymir Costume: "Shrine Maiden Outfit" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €3.49/£3.19
A.O.T. 2: Additional Hange Costume: "Detective Outfit" (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €3.49/£3.19
Pic-a-Pix Deluxe - Small Puzzles 4 (Lightwood Games) - €1.99/£1.99
An additional pack of 45 new puzzles in smaller sizes. (10 10x10 puzzles and 35 15x15 puzzles)
Pic-a-Pix Deluxe - Mixed Puzzles 4 (Lightwood Games) - €1.99/£1.99
An additional pack of 30 new puzzles across all sizes. (5 10x10 puzzles, 6 15x15 puzzles, 9 15x20 puzzles and 10 20x20 puzzles)
Pic-a-Pix Deluxe - Large Puzzles 4 (Lightwood Games) - €1.99/£1.99
An additional pack of 30 new puzzles in larger sizes. (15 15x20 puzzles and 15 20x20 puzzles)
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Season Pass (KOEI TECMO EUROPE, available April 20) - €79.99/£71.99
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Great Adventures in New Worlds Vol. 1 (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €11.99/£10.79
Contains: New Area Lotus Blossom Pond, Nights of Azure 2 Nightless Ruined City
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Secret Synthesis Research Journal (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €4.99/£4.49
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Adventurers' Tales (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €1.99/£1.79
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Nights of Azure 2 BGM Pack (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - €4.99/£4.49
Atelier Lydie & Suelle: Delicacies and Rarities Pack (KOEI TECMO EUROPE) - Free
Adds 5 new types of items with rare effects to be used in Synthesis.
*You must have the latest patch installed in order to use this content.
Another Lost Phone: Laura's Story (Plug In Digital) - €5.99/£5.39
Pre-Order until 26/04/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: Another Lost Phone is a game about exploring the social life of a young woman whose phone you have just found. This game is designed as a narrative investigation where you must piece together elements from the different applications, messages and pictures to progress.
Jotun: Valhalla Edition (Thunder Lotus Games) - €14.99/£10.99
Pre-Order until 27/04/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: Jotun is a hand-drawn, action-exploration game set in Norse mythology. In Jotun, you play Thora, a Viking warrior who died an inglorious death and must prove herself to the Gods to enter Valhalla.
Bouncy Bob (SONKA) - €4.99/£4.49
Pre-Order until 27/04/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: Defeat hordes of zombies and seal your fate with the push of one button!
Beat your own score in Single Mode or invite your friends to play together in Multiplayer Mode.
Goetia (Forever Entertainment) - €9.99/£8.99 (€6.99/£6.29 until May 3)
Pre-Order until 26/04/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: The ruins of any village are the silent testament to its final moments. The ruins of Oakmarsh are no different. Their telling silence, the dust blanketing what was once a quiet village near Coventry. The name of a manor and the family that lived within.
Nihilumbra (BeautiFun Games) - €6.99/£5.99
Pre-Order until 03/05/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: Discover the beautiful world of Nihilumbra and join Born on his adventure to find himself whilst trying to escape from his inevitable curse.
Sparkle ZERO (Forever Entertainment) - €4.99/£4.49 (€1.24/£1.12 if you own Sparkle 2 or Sparkle 3 Genesis. €2.49/£2.24 if you own Violett, Frederic 2: Evil Strikes Back, Hollow, Frederic: Resurrection of Music.)
Pre-Order until 26/04/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: Go back to the beginning of evolution. Start from ZERO and become the smallest creature – a spark of life - which has endless development paths ahead of it.
Immortal Redneck (CremaGames) - €19.99/£17.99 (€17.99/£16.19 until May 9)
Pre-Order until 10/05/2018, 14:59 CEST
Game description: Immortal Redneck is an FPS set in Egypt with rogue-lite elements. Frantic gameplay, twitch controls and an arcade-style feel meet randomly generated dungeons, a complete skill tree, permanent death and 9 classes with different traits.
Hyper Sentinel (Huey Games) - €11.99/£9.99 (€10.79/£8.99 until May 10)
Pre-Oder until 11/05/2018, 00:59 local time
Game description: A face-melting, pixel-pumping arcade shoot 'em up featuring awesome power-ups, epic boss battles and spectacular effects at a blistering 60fps.
Darkest Dungeon: Ancestral Edition (Red Hook Studios) - €26.34/£22.09 (ends April 23, normally €30.99/£25.99)
Darkest Dungeon (Red Hook Studios) - €18.69/£15.29 (ends April 23, normally €21.99/£17.99)
Darkest Dungeon: The Crimson Court (Red Hook Studios, DLC) - €7.64/£6.79 (ends April 23, normally €8.99/£7.99)
Darkest Dungeon: The Shieldbreaker (Red Hook Studios, DLC) - €2.96/£2.54 (ends April 23, normally €3.49/£2.99)
Squareboy vs Bullies: Arena Edition (Ratalaika Games) - €3.99/£3.59 (ends April 29, normally €4.99/£4.49)
Nine Parchments (Frozenbyte) - €11.99/£10.79 (ends May 1, normally €19.99/£17.99)
AeternoBlade (CORECELL) - €13.49/£12.14 (ends May 3, normally €14.99/£13.49)
Draw a Stickman: EPIC 2 (Hitcents) - €5.24/£5.24 (ends April 26, normally €6.99/£6.99)
JYDGE (10tons) - €8.99/£7.79 (ends April 25, normally €14.99/£12.99)
Fear Effect Sedna (SQUARE ENIX) - €14.96/£11.99 (ends April 26, normally €19.95/£15.99)
Frederic: Resurrection of Music (Forever Entertainment) - €1.49/£1.34 (ends May 3, normally €5.99/£5.39)
Frederic 2: Evil Strikes Back (Forever Entertainment) - €1.24/£0.99 (ends May 3, normally €4.99/£3.99)
Qbics Paint (Abylight) - €3.74/£3.36 (ends May 3, normally €4.99/£4.49)
Qbik (Forever Entertainment) - €2.49/£2.24 (ends May 3, normally €4.99/£4.49)
Sparkle 2 Evo (Forever Entertainment) - €1.24/£1.12 (ends May 3, normally €4.99/£4.49)
Tumblestone (QuantumAstroGuild) - €5.19/£4.79 (ends May 17, normally €12.99/£11.99)
Violett (Forever Entertainment) - €2.99/£2.69 (ends May 3, normally €9.99/£8.99)
Mad Carnage (QubicGames) - €3.99/£3.59 (ends May 13, normally €4.99/£4.49)
Spartan (Sinister Cyclops) - €5.49/£4.94 (ends April 22, normally €10.99/£9.89)
Nintendo eShop (3DS)
Dodge Club Pocket (JAMES MONTAGNA) - €4.99/£4.49
The underground ravers of Dodge Club invite YOU to play in their pixel dance party. Dodge the red hot fireball and electric spark in a variety of unique mini challenges, each one more wild than the last!
Breakout Defense (nuGAME, New 3DS only) - €4.90/£4.20 (ends May 17, normally €7.00/£6.00)
Cycle of Eternity: Space Anomaly (RandomSpin, New 3DS only) - €2.99/£2.69 (ends May 10, normally €4.99/£4.49)
AeternoBlade (CORECELL) - €7.49/£6.75 (ends May 3, normally €14.99/£13.50)
Alien on the run (Joindots) - €1.99/£1.59 (ends May 3, normally €4.99/£4.19)
Chain Blaster (Joindots) - €1.99/£1.59 (ends May 3, normally €6.99/£4.99)
Crazy Construction (Joindots) - €1.99/£1.39 (ends May 3, normally €4.99/£4.19)
Jump Trials Supreme (Joindots) - €1.99/£1.59 (ends May 3, normally €6.99/£4.99)
Undead Bowling (Joindots) - €1.99/£1.39 (ends May 3, normally €6.99/£4.99)
Coaster Creator 3D (Big John Games) - €4.78/£3.96 (ends May 17, normally €7.25/£6.00)
Cube Creator 3D (Big John Games) - €4.95/£3.46 (ends May 17, normally €7.50/£5.25)
Gourmet Dream (CIRCLE Ent.) - €4.00/£3.79 (ends May 10, normally €5.00/£4.79)
Mercenaries Saga 3 (CIRCLE Ent.) - €4.79/£4.69 (ends May 10, normally €5.99/£5.89)
Parascientific Escape - Gear Detective (CIRCLE Ent.) - €4.00/£3.79 (ends May 10, normally €5.00/£4.79)
VoxelMaker (Nostatic Software) - €4.39/£3.67 (ends May 3, normally €5.49/£4.59)
Nintendo eShop (Wii U)
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia (Zordix) - €19.99/£17.99 (€9.99/£8.99 until May 17)
Fun and competitive, with Aqua Moto Racing Utopia have a blast in dozens of races, performing stunts in gorgeous environments and playing against up to 7 opponents.
Double Breakout (nuGAME) - €4.90/£4.20 (ends May 17, normally €7.00/£6.00)
Pinball Breakout (nuGAME) - €4.90/£4.20 (ends May 17, normally €7.00/£6.00)
STEEL RIVALS (nuGAME) - €4.89/£4.19 (ends May 17, normally €6.99/£5.99)
Tumblestone (The Quantum Astrophysicists Guild) - €9.99/£7.99 (ends May 17, normally €24.99/£19.99)
Unepic (unepic fran) - €4.99/£4.49 (ends May 3, normally €9.99/£8.99)
VoxelMaker (Nostatic Software) - €4.39/£3.59 (ends May 3, normally €5.49/£4.49)
Wicked Monsters Blast! HD PLUS (CORECELL) - €3.99/£3.59 (ends May 3, normally €7.99/£7.19)
Nintendo 3DS Theme Shop
The new themes will be available on April 20.
Hello Kitty is a pretty ladybug (Sanrio) - €0.99/£0.89
"Hello Kitty is pretty and plays with ladybugs"
Hello Kitty surrounded by bows (Sanrio) - €0.99/£0.89
"Hello Kitty lives in a bow world"
Hello Kitty is having fun with a duck (Sanrio) - €0.99/£0.89
"Hello Kitty plays with pink ducks and bubbles"
Hello Kitty lives in a red village (Sanrio) - €0.99/£0.89
"Hello Kitty lives in a red village with her friends"
The Hero of the woods (Mondo TV) - €0.99/£0.89
"In the county of Nottingham the young Robin Hood represents a weak light of hope for better and peaceful times …"
Robin Hood is not afraid! (Mondo TV) - €0.99/£0.89
"Robin Hood fights with no fear against his enemies"
Robin Hood prince of thieves (Mondo TV) - €0.99/£0.89
"Robin Hood steals from the rich and gives to the poor"
Promises of love (Mondo TV) - €0.99/£0.89
"Sissi and Franz are more and more in love"
Sissi the future Empress of Austria (Mondo TV) - €0.99/£0.89
"The young Sissi will face lots of adventures"
Together again (Mondo TV) - €0.99/£0.89
"Sissi is the prisoner of a sleep which she seems to be unable to wake up from."
REDMOND, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content:
Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch
South Park: The Fractured But Whole – Standard Edition – Players will once again assume the role of the New Kid. As the newest member of Coon and Friends, you must create your own superhero, build up your notoriety and use your superpowers to save South Park. Only then will Coon and Friends take their rightful place as the greatest team of superheroes ever assembled – and get the movie deal they so richly deserve. The game launches on April 24.
Nintendo eShop sales:
Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch, Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
Great deals this week! Check out the full list of deals available this week at: http://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals.
Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Update – New features and animals have arrived! The Fortune Cookie Shop is now open in Market Place. When you eat one of the cookies available there, you will get a random item based on the type of cookie. You can obtain fortune cookies with Bells and Leaf Tickets—some of which can be traded with Bells but some may be acquired trading in Leaf Tickets. Everyone’s favorite frequently lost seagull, Gulliver, has arrived on Sunburst Island to help you get rid of your extra furniture or clothing. Gulliver will load your extra items onto his cargo ship and when he returns you can get snacks, which you can give to your animal buddies to become better friends with them. There’s always something fun and exciting going on at the campsite. Be sure to check in frequently! Available on App Store and Google Play, the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game is free to start and offers some optional in-app purchases.
Also new this week:
ACA NEOGEO REAL BOUT FATAL FURY SPECIAL (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
BAFL – Brakes Are For Losers (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Death Road to Canada (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available April 25
Football Manager Touch 2018 (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Firefighters – The Simulation (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available April 24
Firefighters: Airport Fire Department (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available April 24
Gal*Gun 2 (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available April 24
Manticore – Galaxy on Fire (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Neo ATLAS 1469 (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Party Trivia (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Shelter Generations (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Skee-Ball (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Deluxe – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Super Chariot – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Super One More Jump – Demo Version (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
The Way Remastered (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available April 20
Where Are My Friends? (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch) – Available April 25
Wild Guns Reloaded (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch)
Aqua Moto Racing Utopia (Nintendo eShop on Wii U)
Cycle of Eternity: Space Anomaly (Nintendo eShop on Nintendo 3DS)
The version of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild that we got was absolutely amazing, but did you ever wonder what could have been? We get a sneak peek at that in Zelda: Breath of the Wild Master Works book, which contains all sorts of concept art for creatures we never got to see, and different designs for characters that appear in the final game. There's definitely some radically different ideas at play here.
Shinya Takahashi just shared a few words that will put some big smiles on the faces of Nintendo fans. At the BAFTAs, Fandom asked Mr. Takahashi if there was any chance we could see the Wave Race franchise return on Switch. His answer is as follows.
“You may see that game again. We have been trying to make many games and that may be one of them … I personally love Wave Race!”
Wouldn't that be one hell of a reveal for this year's E3? Let's cross our fingers and toes tightly for this one. I'm dying for a trip back to Dolphin Park!
The Nintendo Switch version of #DarkSoulsRemastered will be pushed back to Summer 2018, as well as the Solaire of Astora amiibo. We apologise for the delay but rest assured, the extra time will improve your journey to Lordran.— Bandai Namco UK (@BandaiNamcoUK) April 17, 2018
PC/PS4/X1 versions is still coming 25th May 2018.