Nintendo has been treating us right with Splatoon 2. We’ve been getting almost weekly updates with new weapons, and stages. Now, the latest news confirms that new stages, hairstyles, battle modes, and even more are on the way. Let’s take a look.
If you’re like me, you use this piece of software to store all of your Pokémon and transfer them freely between versions. You might also have a Living Dex (one of every single Pokémon stored), so you probably use it for that. Well, Pokémon Bank Version 1.4 is out now, and it brings Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon compatibility.
In this episode, we talk about the nominees for the 2017 Game Awards. We have a lot of opinions on the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and Super Mario Odyssey. So, essentially this episode became a “what’s better” episode between the two titles. There’s other stuff, of course, as we had to review Skyrim, Octodad, Farming Simulator and This is the Police. Again, enjoy the episode, because man was it fun to discuss these things.
Nintendo announced their next mobile app late last month but didn’t give an exact date for the release. Well, it looks like we’ll be able to play it soon! Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp releases worldwide on November 22.
I watched this game being played by several people last year, and it looked like a ton of fun. The people playing were having a terrible time with the controls, but that was the fun of the game. You try to be an octopus posing as a human. What a hilarious concept.
So when Octodad: Dadliest Catch was ported to the Nintendo Switch, I jumped at the opportunity to try it out.
So, have you heard of this little game called Skyrim? You know, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The game that took the world by storm back in 2011? Well, it just so happens it was re-released for the Nintendo Switch. Many had said Skyrim would never come to a Nintendo console, but here it is. Now you can fus-ro-da on the go!
But how exactly does Skyrim run on the Nintendo Switch compared to other systems? Let’s find out.