DLC Character Pack #2 and EU Release Window Confirmed for BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle!

I’ve been waiting and watching this project develop over the last couple of months and I’ve been hoping for a confirmation that it was coming to the EU region so I could realistically cover it here. As of today, PQube have announced that they will be bringing Arc System Work’s next anime fighting game, BlazBlue … Continue reading

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All You Need To Know About Nintendo Labo – Make, Play, Discover

Nintendo Labo

In a surprise move Nintendo have announced Nintendo Labo, a brand new cardboard template based, build-your-own-controller innovation that changes the way you interact with Nintendo Switch. Dubbed ‘Toy-Cons’, construction kits shown include a Variety Kit, which includes a Fishing Rod, Piano, House and an RC Car, plus a Robot Kit, including a back pack and an … Continue reading

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Nintendo Direct Mini Spotlights Titles Launching For Nintendo Switch In Early 2018

Nintendo Direct Mini Dark Souls Donkey Kong Kirby Mario Tennis

Nintendo surprised absolutely no-one today with the release of a very much rumoured Nintendo Direct. Taking a ‘Mini’ form this time around, the approx 14 min video revealed new titles Dark Souls: Remastered and Mario Tennis Aces, highlighted Wii U ports Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition and Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, now with added Funky Kong, … Continue reading

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Splatoon 2 gets new maps, gear, hairstyles, music, modes, and more

Revealed in an energetic trailer, Nintendo showed off a wide range of new features coming to Splatoon 2 very soon. There are stages, modes, and even a few quality-of-life changes that the game strongly needed. The majority of it will have arrived by this weekend! Over the next few weeks four new stages will be … Continue reading

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ESL to Host Online Splatoon 2 Tournaments for UK/Ireland, with Prizes, Twice a Week

Competitive gaming organisation ESL will be hosting two tournaments a week for Splatoon 2, starting on Wednesday 8th November, and continuing every Wednesday and Saturday until Christmas. These are exclusively for players from the UK and Ireland. Currently, all scheduled Wednesday tournaments will take place at 7pm, with Saturday tournaments starting at 1pm. Teams are … Continue reading

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Expansive DLC Revealed For Xenoblade Chronicles 2 In Today’s Nintendo Direct

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Nintendo Direct

In a brand new Nintendo Direct today Nintendo revealed more details about Xenoblade Chronicles 2; launching on Nintendo Switch on 1st December 2017. Highlights include expansive DLC, a day-one download which will allow the option for Japanese audio, as well as free DLC coming to Breath of the Wild on 9th November. You can catch … Continue reading

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Arc System Works’ BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Confirmed To Be Coming To Nintendo Switch

I’ve waited a fair amount of time to finally be able to excitedly talk about fighting games here on Nintendo Scene, but there hasn’t been anything prominent (or fairly priced) enough for me to want to cover it. This changed over the weekend with Arc System Works releasing a new trailer for their crossover fighting … Continue reading

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NS Review – FIFA 18 (Switch)

Realistic sports games are hardly a niche genre. The FIFA and Madden NFL series share at least 200 million sales between them. However, when it comes to Nintendo consoles, the idea of ‘niche’ makes more sense. For one reason or another – and particularly in more recent years – the genre hasn’t made an impact … Continue reading

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NS Review – Metroid: Samus Returns (3DS)

There aren’t many games with a title more apropos than Samus Returns. After a long absence since the polarising Metroid: Other M and a controversial spin-off game last year, the future of Samus Aran had been in serious doubt. At E3 this year, all doubt was thrown out the window as two Metroid titles were announced. The first … Continue reading

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Layton’s Mystery Journey gets a concrete release date for Nintendo 3DS

On July 20th, Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy was released for both iOS and Android, and was greeted with a mostly positive critical response. As the series started out life on the Nintendo DS, Nintendo loyalists desperately wanted to know when the game would be heading to the 3DS family of systems – … Continue reading

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