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Is Bayonetta “Killing” Smash Bros?

by Todd Blackon February 23, 2018
What’s this about Bayonetta in Smash Bros 4? Do people not like her? Bayonetta holds an interesting place in Nintendo fanboy and fangirl hearts. She was a character born on a rival console, but then brought to the Wii U for its sequel when said rivals didn’t want to make another one. Players liked her […]

Bayonetta Creator Defends Third Title Being On Switch

by Todd Blackon February 16, 2018
Why is Bayonetta 3 only going to be on Nintendo Switch? Couldn’t they have gone multiplatform with it? Bayonetta is a very interesting franchise development wise. Its first title was highly successful on PS3 and Xbox 360. However, neither Microsoft nor Sony would bring a sequel to their systems. So, Nintendo stepped in, and Bayonetta […]

Valkyria Chronicles 4 Gets New Trailer, Showcases Empire

by Todd Blackon February 16, 2018
Can we get some new footage of Valkyria Chronicles 4? Something showing off the characters? Valkyria Chronicles 4 is easily one of the most anticipated titles coming out this year. It’s from a beloved RPG franchise, and one that fans have been waiting on for some time. Well, it’s coming to Japan in March, and […]
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Disgaea 5 Complete Is Selling Like Crazy Before It’s Even Out

by Peter Paltridgeon May 17, 2017
There is hope that Japanese RPGs are climbing out of their sales slump. Persona 5 sold literally millions of copies in America after it was finally made available last month, and now we’re getting word that Disgaea 5 — regarded as a niche title — has a ridiculous 110,000 preorders to its name across the […]

Seiken Densetsu Collection Announced For Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon March 21, 2017
Secret of Mana, released in 1993, was one of the best games for the Super NES. Now Square Enix has announced Seiken Densetsu Collection — a re-release for Nintendo Switch that contains Secret of Mana, its prequel (for the Game Boy) and its sequel (also for the SNES). All three are excellent games and this […]
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I Am Setsuna Joins Switch Launch Lineup

by Peter Paltridgeon January 23, 2017
Square-Enix announced today that their throwback RPG I Am Setsuna will be a launch title on the Nintendo Switch. Previously available on Playstation 4, PS Vita and XBox One as a digital title, this will be the first physical release for the game. Previously, I Am Setsuna had a release date of “March,” meaning it […]

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So Much Fire Emblem Is Coming Your Way

by Peter Paltridgeon January 20, 2017
It’s never been a better time to be into Nintendo’s Fire Emblem series. This week the company unveiled a total of FOUR upcoming titles during a special livestream event. First they revealed the next 3DS game, Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia. The game is a remake of Fire Emblem Gaiden, the second FE game […]
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You Can Ride Dragons In Dragon Quest 11

by Peter Paltridgeon December 29, 2016
Normally, the titular Quest for Dragons you take in Dragon Quest is to slay them, not tame them — this is why the original localization for the earlier games called them “Dragon Warrior.” But it looks like they’ll be more than just targets in the upcoming Dragon Quest 11, as Square released some new footage […]

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New Dragon Quest 11 Trailers: Confirmed For PS4, 3DS And Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon December 19, 2016
Square-Enix has ripped the curtain off the next Dragon Quest game, which will be the first in the main series since Dragon Quest 8 to appear on a non-Nintendo console. Yup, #9 and #10 have been Wii, Wii U and 3DS exclusives. Nine was recently localized and sold in the US, but there are no […]
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Bethesda Loves The Nintendo Switch

by Peter Paltridgeon November 22, 2016
Even though Skyrim was prominently displayed as one of the games running on Nintendo’s Switch during their introductory trailer, Bethesda has yet to officially announce the game is coming to Switch. It is extremely obvious, however. Not only have we already seen Skyrim running on it (provided that wasn’t just digital trickery), but Todd Howard, […]