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Reminder: You Can Download A Free Version Of Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

Reminder: You Can Download A Free Version Of Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics is Nintendo’s latest release. If you’re still not sure if this is the right game for you – did you know you can actually try out a free edition that gives you access to four games and local multiplayer? Yep, if you head on over to the Switch eShop right now in select regions, you can download it right now. The four games included are Dominos, Four-in-a-Row, President, and Slot Cars. Apart from local multiplayer options, you can also play each game by yourself. Here’s a description along with the Japanese trailer: About the Guest...

Kirk Scott Leaves Nintendo Of America After Five Years

Kirk Scott Leaves Nintendo Of America After Five Years

Quite a lot of people have left Nintendo of America over the past few years, and the latest individual to depart is the company’s manager for publisher and developer relations, Kirk Scott. If you’ve tuned into Nintendo’s Nindies Showcase in recent years, you’ve likely seen him promoting a lot of upcoming releases for the Switch eShop as the friendly neighborhood indie guy. Now, after five years, he’s decided to call it a day at Nintendo: The past 5 years have brought incredible joy from working with all of the amazing indies, and that work will continue! Since Feb. of this...

Platinum Already Thinking About More Self-Published Games After Success Of The Wonderful 101: Remastered

Platinum Already Thinking About More Self-Published Games After Success Of The Wonderful 101: Remastered

The Kickstarter for The Wonderful 101: Remastered was a huge success – with the campaign raising more than $1 million in just over 12 hours. Now that the game is out on the Switch, PlayStation 4 and PC, PlatinumGames’ president and CEO Kenichi Sato has revealed the Japanese company is already considering more self-published games. In the same blog post, Sato said Platinum would continue to work with other publishers: We’re already thinking about self-published games to come. But don’t take that to mean we’re going to stop working with other publishers, too! That will continue as well. It’s reassuring...

Bandai Namco Joins The Party With Its Very Own Amazon France Switch Listing

Bandai Namco Joins The Party With Its Very Own Amazon France Switch Listing

© Nintendo Believe it or not, but Amazon France is still posting listings online for upcoming Nintendo Switch titles. The publishers that have got a mention so far include Bethesda, Ubisoft, Warner Bros., Take 2, Koch Media, and Nintendo, but no details have been made available about what these games could potentially be. Now, joining the party is Bandai Namco – responsible for upcoming titles such as Mr. Driller Drill Land and Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions and existing releases like God Eater 3 and Dragon Ball FighterZ. Here’s a look: © Nintendo Life Listings like this are quite...

How Nintendo And A Band Of Teenage High Score Obsessives Created The Idea Of The Pro Gamer – Feature

How Nintendo And A Band Of Teenage High Score Obsessives Created The Idea Of The Pro Gamer – Feature

© Jeff Hansen Esports is old. Its origins stretch back to the very first days of video games as a medium. Was competitive gaming born with the invention of Tennis for Two in 1958, the very first video game? Or in 1972 when Rolling Stone hosted the first Space War! competition in a university computing lab? No: esports arrived when the concept of being a pro gamer – playing rather than making video games – entered the public consciousness. Even if it was simply a child’s dream vocation, in the same way he or she might once have aspired to...

Destiny 2 Teases Next Steps

Destiny 2 Teases Next Steps

Bungie has been very quiet about the newest season of Destiny 2, scheduled to begin next week. Previous seasons have had clear names discussed weeks or months in advance, but this summer’s season has consistently been titled Season of the... Read More