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Reggie provides insight on ported games to Switch

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: News, Switch

Reggie Fils-Aimé said he expects the Switch to get third party games around the same time as other platforms. Since the Switch launched last year, it’s become routine that the system receives multi-platform games much later than other consoles. Recent examples of that include Fortnite, Wolfenstein II, and Dark Souls…

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Runbow launches in Switch eShop on July 3rd

Author: Lauren Ganos
Categories: News, Switch

Following the initial delay for Runbow on Switch, the game has finally received a new release date. Get ready to experience multiplayer madness when the game hits the Nintendo eShop on July 3rd. Run and jump with platforms and obstacles appearing and disappearing as the ever changing background morphs in…

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Arc System Works publishing a Kill la Kill game, coming 2019

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: News

After a mysterious countdown shared by both Arc System Works and Japanese animation studio Studio Trigger, we now know what’s coming next from the two: a game adaptation of one of the most over-the-top anime of recent memory, Kill la Kill. While a brief synopsis of the series wouldn’t do…

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See Reggie and Geoff Keighly face off in Mario Tennis Aces

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: News, Switch

The one and only Reggie Fils-Aimé took on a challenge from The Game Awards’ host and creator Geoff Keighley at E3 2018. It wasn’t the first time Keighley and Nintendo of America’s President have crossed rackets at E3, with the rivalry beginning in Wii Sports Tennis. Mario’s hitting the court…

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Disgaea 1 Complete returns on Switch this October

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: News, Switch

The infernal game that started it all is coming back this fall for plenty of laughs, leveling, and exploding penguins. Disgaea 1 Complete touches up the first entry in the series and joins the fifth as a strategy RPG offering for Switch owners to pour hundreds of hours into. Watch…

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