Do you remember playing the first Xenoblade game on the Wii U? Did you miss out on playing Tokyo Mirage Session? Have no fear, you don’t need a Wii U for these games because they are coming to Switch!
Have you played as Shulk and you don’t know what game is he from? He’s not from Fire Emblem or Final Fantasy, it’s from Nintendo’s JRPG game Xenoblade. Xenoblade originally came out for Nintendo Wii U for Japan 2010 and in NA 2012. Players, old and new fans, can experience the adventures with Shulk in Xenoblade 1: Definitive Edition for the Nintendo Switch on 2020.
Coming from the Wii U, we have Tokyo Mirage Session #FE; in this new Switch version Tokyo Mirage Session #FE Encore. This game is a crossover collaboration with the same people who worked Fire Emblem and by the team who worked on Shin Megami Tensei. In this game, you fight off against these evil mirage spirits with the power of fighting and music and you will also be working with Fire Emblem characters such as Chrom and Caeda. You can pre-purchase this game and the game will be out on January 17, 2020.
Gamers, get your Switch because Super Smash Bros Ultimate is going to get epic! Masahiro Sakurai, the game director behind Super Smash Bros Ultimate made some announcements in the recent Nintendo Direct. Today is the official release of the announced character Banjo and Kazooie. Banjo and Kazooie is owned by game company Rare but they are also owned by Microsoft and their first game was released in the Nintendo 64 in 1998. Not only that these two characters are in this game, but players will also be able to play in the iconic world Spiral Mountain.
Keep an eye out for guest characters in the background and have fun with the final smash!
This isn’t the only news I have. Also announced on the same day, it’s been confirmed that Fatal Fury fighter Terry Bogard will be joining this game as the fourth DLC character and he is expected to be released in November.
Even though these characters are not DLC, you can at least make then with your Miis. It’s been announced that Super Smash Bros will be adding customize-able outfits for your Miis. You can dress your Miis as Zero from Mega Man, Team Rocket trainers, Mystic Ninja and Sans from Undertale.
There is also going to be a major update to Ultimate called Vers. 5.0.0. In this update, players can customize the Mii Fighters special moves. Coming back from the Melee, players will also be able to play Home Run Contest. In this mode, you or with a friend can work together to do damage to a sandbag and launch them across the field to break records.
Last but definitely not least, Sakurai made a comment that he does plan to bring in more fighters aside from the Fighters Pass. So if you are still asking for characters like Sora, Dante, Shantae, Master Chief or Mai Shiranui, don’t give up! There might be a chance for these characters to show up.
That’s all the news I gathered today. What’s your thoughts?
Hello everyone! I hope you saw the Nintendo Direct news because I got some awesome news to share with you. You might even want to consider buying a Switch instead of a PS4 or X1.
Some of you guys already know this but just in case, people who bought the Nintendo Switch Online Membership will be able to play games online, have access to cloud storage and be able to play free classic NES games. A year membership is about $20 but you can try a free trial for about 7 days. Anyway, people who have the membership will be getting something even grand as the NES games. It’s been confirmed by Nintendo that there are plans of bringing the SNES games! For now, only 20 will be available:
- Super Mario World™
- Super Mario World™ 2: Yoshi’s Island™
- Super Mario Kart™
- The Legend of Zelda™: A Link to the Past™
- Super Metroid™
- Star Fox™
- Stunt Race FX™
- Kirby’s Dream Land™ 3
- Kirby’s Dream Course™
- Super Ghouls’n Ghosts™
- Demon’s Crest
- Super Soccer
- Super Puyo Puyo 2
- Breath Of Fire
- BRAWL BROTHERS
- SUPER E.D.F. EARTH DEFENSE FORCE
- Super Tennis
- Joe & Mac 2: Lost in the Tropics
It’s also announced that there is plans to buy an SNES controller for your Switch. Get ready to relieve the classics!
Think back when you were you were little and you used to play classic licensed games like Disney games on your SNES or Sega Genesis. Here you are an adult and what if I told you that you can play these games again in your modern consoles. It’s been announced yesterday that Disney is planning to release a game collection in which it will have three different game versions of Aladdin and The Lion King including a never before played demo of an Aladdin game; the total games in this collection is seven. This game collection is called Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King. According to IGN, here is what we’re getting:
- Disney’s Aladdin (Sega Genesis)
- Disney’s Aladdin (Game Boy)
- Disney’s Aladdin (Final Cut)
- Disney’s Aladdin (Trade Show)
- Disney’s The Lion King (Sega Genesis)
- Disney’s The Lion King (SNES)
- Disney’s The Lion King (Game Boy/Super Game Boy)
Based on the trailer, players will be able to play the game with enhance graphics and the ability to jump into any moment in the game. You will also be able to rewind time in order to correct yourself if you make a mistake while playing. Unfortunately this game, as far as I know, will not have the SNES version of Aladdin. My guess is that this game was once licensed by Capcom and now Capcom doesn’t have the rights for the game anymore. It’s pretty common for Capcom because they usually lose the rights to a game. This happened before with the Ducktales Remastered and Marvel vs Capcom Origins. The SNES Aladdin game was designed by Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami.
This game will be released for a price of $29.99 for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One and PC. It set to be released in the Fall 2019.
Speaking of Disney, here is a did you know gaming of these Disney games:
If you have been a fan of both Mario and Sonic games, you might have played at least one game of the Mario and Sonic Olympic Games. It’s already been announced that Nintendo and Sega are back again for another Olympic Game title featuring Mario and Sonic. This new game is called Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games: Tokyo 2020. Depending where you live, this game is coming out on November 2019. In North America, it’s November 5th and in Europe it’s November 8th for Nintendo Switch. Revealed in a recent trailer, you can play as your favorite character and event as retro sprites. You can play as classic Sonic and Mario and change the world in a pixel like world. Which side are you on?
Hello gamers! If you been thinking about getting the Nintendo Switch, but you want to get it for an affordable price, Nintendo may have the answers you are looking for. It’s been announced today that Nintendo is re-releasing a whole new version of the Nintendo Switch called the Nintendo Switch Lite.
According to the details, the Nintendo Switch Lite, will be a smaller version of the traditional Switch console. The price on the Lite version will be around $199 and it will have three different colors and an upcoming Pokemon version for the game Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield. The main difference between the Lite and the regular Switch is that the Lite is going to be a dedicated handheld console. You can not play the game in a docking station and it won’t have the IR motion and rumble feature. It will have the new D-Pad button controll and the battery life is way better. If you want to play motion base games like 1-2 Switch, you will need an additional Joy-con controllers. The Nintendo Switch Lite is expected to be released on September 20th for $200.
If you like hack and slash games like Bayonetta or NieR: Automata, get ready for another intense action game in the palm of your hands. During Nintendo’s E3 conference, Platinum Games released a trailer highlighting the epic moments of the new game title called Astral Chain. Based on the gameplay, you work with these sentinel weapons called Legions. Teaming up with these partners will allow to create epic combos and work together to protect Tokyo from a mysterious invasion. Each Legion has five types of weapons in which you will need to know when fighting enemies. There is the Sword, Arm, Arrow, Beast, and Aex. The game will be available on the Switch on August 30th, 2019
If you been an Animal Crossing fan since the GameCube era, get ready to rejoice! If you thought the announcement of The Legend of Zelda Breathe of the Wold sequel wasn’t enough to excite you, hopefully this will. Nintendo announced at the E3 conference that anticipated Animal Crossing Switch title has been announced and will be ready for 2020. The new game is called Animal Crossing: New Horizons and it’s a game where you as the player live in a deserted island and make friends. The game will be out on March 20th, 2020 for Nintendo Switch.
If you are familiar with Suda51’s work, you might know the game No More Heroes. No More Heroes is an unusual game that first started off in the Nintendo Wii and then later on PS3 and Xbox 360 for ports and spinoffs. The second game once again went back to Wii. In this recent news, the main character Travis is back for the third installment in No More Heroes 3 for Nintendo Switch. Voice actor for Travis Touchdown is once again Robin Atkins Downes and Paula Tiso will reprise her role as Sylvia Christel. The game will be released in 2020.
Things are heating up this upcoming summer for gamers around the world. If you have a Nintendo Switch, you are going to experience some amazing games. If you can’t wait for the upcoming Square Enix’s Avengers game, maybe you can take enjoyment in Team Ninja’s Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order game. This game is coming out on July 19th for Nintendo Switch only. Revealed in the trailer, the game adds new heroes such as Luke Cage, Iron Fist, Ghost Rider and Bloodstone. You can create your team of heroes and fight against villains like Thanos and the Black Order, Magneto, Kingpin and Doc Ock. At the end of the trailer, people who pre-order the game will get access to the teams such as Marvel Knights, X-Men and Fantastic Four.