Another indie title is making the switch (boo) to Nintendo’s latest console. I, Zombie is coming to the Switch on March 8. The developer, Awesome Games Studio, previously released their game on Xbox One, PS4, and PC.
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While Nintendo already won award after award for games like Super Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild, the awards just keep coming. Last night, the company racked in nine awards at the DICE Awards, including Game of the Year. In fact, the GotY winner, Breath of the Wild, won three other awards as well. Nintendo won so many awards, the same Nintendo representative who accepted the awards became the star of the show.
Hey, you. Yeah, you. Do ya like makin’ money off growin’ crops? Does the sound of a tractor engine remind ya of home? Do ya have a profile on farmersonly.com but don’t own a farm? Are you a country boy or gal stuck in the big city? Do you wish you could simulate farming life whenever wherever? Have I got a game for you.
There are no cutting corners in Farming Simulator; it’s a simulation through and through. You won’t find neighbors to befriend or mysterious caves to explore. Just your land, crops, tractor, and you. You better like almost every aspect of modern-day farming; otherwise, you’ll be dragging your feet in the mud. At the same time, that’s what makes Farming Simulator brilliant.
Monolith Soft is delaying the next major update for Xenoblade Chronicles 2. Because of some bugs, update 1.3.0 and New Game Plus is now releasing on March 2.
THQ Nordic announced today that de Blob is making its way to the Switch. According to the publisher, this will be a remaster of the original Wii game from 2008. However, they didn’t announce a release date beyond the window of later this year.
Last year brought the release of a few new 3D platformers like Yooka-Laylee and Super Mario Odyssey. However, one popular title never made it to a Nintendo console, and it looks like it won’t anytime soon. Developers Gears for Breakfast confirmed on twitter that A Hat in Time will not be coming to the Nintendo Switch.
Zelda is taking another step outside the field of video games, this time with a famous card game. GameStop is listing The Legend of Zelda Uno version for release this Feb. 15. Walmart also has a listing, which implies more stores will sell the game; however, their website currently lists the item as soldout.
Forge Reply announced they are bringing Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf to the Nintendo Switch. Explore a fantasy world where every choice leads to a new adventure. The indie role-playing game will release on Feb. 16.
Despite delaying it last year, Nintendo announced they’ll release the Nintendo Switch Online service this Sept. During their financial results briefing, they confirmed their service will be available this year as planned. The Nintendo Switch Online service will cost $20-per-year in order to play Switch games online.
Nintendo announced on the its website that Xenoblade Chronicles 2 version 1.3.0 will be out in mid-February. The free update will include New Game+; although, we still don’t know all the details behind the new mode.