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Jacob Chambers

Old-school gamer with a cheeky tongue that gets me in trouble. When I'm not playing games, I'm writing about them, preferably in the vicinity of a fridge! Oh, and if you're a Justin Bieber fan, I'm afraid we can't be friends!

Amazon Spain Leak Announces King Kong Switch Game

Update: After Amazon Spain leaked Skull Island: Rise of Kong earlier today, GameMill Entertainment announced it. “Later this year” is the only release date. The game, developed by IguanaBee Studios, is available for $39.99 pre-order at major retailers, with a Digital Deluxe “Colossal Edition” coming soon. Key features: – Explore the Origins of the King: Start your journey as the orphaned ...

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See ‘The Legend Of Nayuta’ Before September Launch

The Legend of Nayuta: Boundless Trails, an RPG coming to Nintendo Switch on September 22, 2023, has a new trailer from NIS America. The new footage shows some of your traveling companions and the world. Key game features: Worlds Beyond Home: Experience all the wondrous phenomena The Legend of Nayuta has to offer with HD visuals, high quality music, 60fps, and ...

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Sonic Superstars Rated Switch by ESRB

Sonic Superstars, a multiplayer platformer, will release this fall. The ESRB in North America has rated the game for Switch and multiple other platforms, suggesting Sega is on track for a release date. “Mild fantasy violence” and “in-game purchases” make it a “E” for everyone. This brand-new Northstar Islands adventure’s full rating summary includes what players can expect: “This is ...

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‘Chicken Journey’ Launches On Switch Next Month

Chicken or egg? Chicken Journey, a cute 2D platformer for Nintendo Switch, will answer this question next month on August 22nd, 2023. Chicken Journey has adorable visuals, comedic writing, and stress-free gameplay. Trailer music is also great. Please continue. Key features (the first is crucial): – You are a chicken – Explore curious environments and meet friendly creatures – Peck ...

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Doomsday Hunters, a frantic Roguelike Shooter, Hits Switch This Week

MoreGames’ twin-stick roguelike shooter Doomsday Hunters will leave early access and launch on Switch on July 20. The nine-year-old game features detailed pixel art and all the genre’s gnarly explosions and monster attacks. MoreGames said replay value was a major factor in the game’s development, and you can choose from over 1,200 items to take on opponents and make each ...

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Toad Joins Super Nintendo World Hollywood Walkabout Cast

Super Nintendo World in Hollywood, California, now has another reason to visit: New walk-about character Toad. Toad will greet guests and pose for photos alongside Mario, Luigi, and Princess Peach. The costume is great—very convincing. Super Nintendo World opened in February 2023 with the AR-enhanced ride Mario Kart: Bowser’s Challenge, the charming Toad’s Cafe, and a lot of interactive objects. ...

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Ice cream-themed Splatfest in Splatoon 3 is won by Team Vanilla

Update: After a jam-packed weekend of action in the newest Splatfest for Splatoon 3, Team Vanilla has defeated Strawberry and Mint Chip. Although the winning team claimed this one by a comfortable margin with 45p compared to Mint Chip’s 12p and Strawberry’s 0 — a tough break, Strawberry lovers — it wasn’t quite the clean sweep that we witnessed in ...

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Beautiful Pixel Art and Easy Action-RPG Gameplay in “Ginsha”

Ginsha, a 2D action-adventure game, will debut on the Switch eShop on August 24th, 2023, according to publisher PolarityFlow. Ginsha features six unique worlds to explore with interconnected sections filled with tons of foes, boss battles, and loot. It also boasts amazing pixel art aesthetics, traditional Metroidvania design, and smooth action-RPG gameplay. You can earn new skills, equipment improvements, and ...

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According to a new EU regulation, handheld consoles will require easily switchable batteries by 2027

Future handheld gaming consoles appear to be about to undergo a design change. According to a recently adopted European Union regulation, portable batteries for appliances must be “readily removable and replaceable by the end-user” by 2027, which is something that current devices like the Switch do not support. This was outlined as one of several procedures aimed at enhancing the ...

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