Shocked. Disgusted. Horrified. Blizzard/Activision has been one of, if not my favourite gaming company for as long as I can remember. I spent most of my…
Just announced in a stealth-dropped YouTube video was the final major content update for Super Mario Maker 2. Included in this update, amongst other things, is the Power Balloon, made famous by Tubular from Super Mario World on the SNES. This means you can finally recreate that devilishly hard level in your own world.
You may have just completed Link’s Awakening and are wondering what to pick up next. We thought we’d take a look at the many many games which will break your wallet in the month coming out on Switch in October.
What were your favourite announcements from the presentation? What are you most looking forward to playing? Let us know in the comments down below.
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The game launched in August last year on Steam and quite quickly became one of the fastest selling games on the platform. We cannot wait to experience this game on the go, when it launches on Nintendo Switch later this year.
After the somewhat disappointing presentations from the other game publishers, Square Enix excluded, it was up to Nintendo to save E3 2019. Save it they absolutely did, in our opinion, they smashed (pun) it out of the park! Nintendo won E3 by a mile.
Just announced as part of Microsoft’s E3 presentation is the new ‘Xbox Elite Wireless Controller 2’.Is it worth it at $179.99?
The people in this region seem to be hooked to their TVs watching Pokemon battles. Particularly those in Gyms. Gyms it seems are now the centre of attention, with massive crowds watching you win (or lose) against the Gym Leaders. Gyms are placed in special locations, to accommodate the size of the large Dynamaxed Pokemon