Famitsu has reviewed Mario Tennis Aces and the upcoming Mario Tennis Aces game for the Nintendo Switch and received a 8, 8, 9 and 8 from each of the reviewers, totalling 33 out of 40. The game is looking to be be quite good and can’t wait to get our hands on it.
Nintendo has surprised us all by announcing that the expansion for Splatoon 2 will release Wednesday 13th June in the US and Thursday 14th June for the rest of the world. The expansion includes 80 different levels.
”The #Splatoon2: Octo Expaision will be available tomorrow evening! Help Agent 8 regain their memory as you explore the mysterious underground test facility & tackle 80 tricky single-player missions!” @NintendoAmerica
Yesterday was Nintendo’s E3 Direct, here is what was announced:
- Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Expansion Pass
- Super Mario Party
- Fire Emblem: Three Houses
- Over cooked! 2
- Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
Earlier people had noticed that Best Buy’s listing for the Switch said about YouTube and Netflix. Well, unfortunately they have commented on Twitter saying that it was “an error on our part”.
”@BestBuy Nintendo Switch doesn’t have Netflix and YouTube. Is that an error or…” @DylanMinori
”This is indeed an error on our part and we apologise for any inconveniences. While it has been rumoured to be coming, we have no solid information on if and when.” @BestBuySupport
US store Best Buy has updated the description of the Nintendo Switch on their website. They have added Netflix and YouTube to it, alongside the already released hulu app.
Hopefully this gets officially revealed during the Nintendo E3 Direct today.
Ubisoft will be hosting their E3 conference at 9PM BST!
Nintendo have been able to make their first party games quite small in comparison to others. This is no exception to the upcoming Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Port coming to the Nintendo Switch. It will only need 1.4GB, compared to the Wii U version’s 1.9GB. This is quite amazing considering the Switch version has more content.
The game will release 13th July.
Eurogamer has reported that the upcoming Pokemon: Let’s Go! games will feature motion controls required to use in order to advance, this is in both docked and handheld modes.
“In handheld mode with both Joy-Con attached – you are still required to move around to aim, but you press a button to throw a Pokéball.”
“It is not touch screen like on a smartphone because the Switch is quite a bit heavier than your smartphone.”