Go Vacation is available for the Switch in the Nintendo eShop on Friday, July 27, 2018!
Our Breath of the Wild Guide is still under construction. As the game is not scheduled to release until March 2017 at the earliest, this guide will serve as a placeholder for what will eventually become are full Breath of the Wild Walkthrough.
by Eric Frederiksen | Nintendo is catching up to the present with the Nintendo Switch – kind of. The company recently confirmed digitally-purchased games would be attached not to your Switch hardware but to your Nintendo account.
Now the new gaming console will have eight titles when it ships on March 3.
Buried in a press release titled “Nintendo eShop, Indie Games Ready for Nintendo Switch Launch,” was one key piece of information about what is not ready for the Switch launch: Virtual Console. Fans have been wondering for months now about the state of Virtual Console and what it would be like on the Switch, but for now, it won’t be there at all.
“I’ve actually heard from developers that Nintendo is the easiest of the big three to develop for. ” The Nintendo Switch seems to have a truly impressive lineup of third party developers and publishers, all of whom appear to be legitimately excited to support the system.
Yooka-Laylee finally has an official release date and price across all platforms – except for the Nintendo Switch. The game’s developers announced the news Tuesday in an update to the game’s Kickstarter page, which hit its original crowdfunding goal in just 38 minutes. In case you missed all the excitement, here’s a quick recap.
There are many unanswered questions that remain about the Nintendo Switch, and they are questions Nintendo doesn’t intend to answer until 2017. However, more details are slowly appearing as interviews are held. The latest is about the future of the 3DS.
The Switch looks to be positioned as a replacement for both the Wii U and the 3DS going forward. It acts as a home console and a portable tablet device, so it makes sense to have it replace both last-gen devices. However, Nintendo CEO Tatsumi Kimishima has confirmed that the 3DS will have the company’s full support after the Switch launches. The Switch does not replace the 3DS and it will continue to have software released for it.