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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!

The latest update for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, version 13.0.2, has been released. Below, you’ll find the complete patch notes for this update

In the latest update, Nintendo has raised the bar for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with the release of the Sora amiibo and the accompanying Version 13.0.2. This update has the potential to be the game’s ultimate masterpiece! In the most recent update, the official support page has provided patch notes that reveal the addition of support for the Sora (Kingdom ...

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New Sonic-Style Kickstarter Project ‘Rollin’ Rascal’ Reaches Switch Goal

Our sister site Time Extension recently covered an exciting new Kickstarter project called Rollin’ Rascal, which draws inspiration from the beloved Sonic games. The highly anticipated 3D platformer from Curiomatic has been confirmed for release on both PC and the Nintendo Switch, delighting fans of the genre. Thanks to the successful funding of the Kickstarter project, it has now reached ...

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Switch Users Can Now Access Fashion Dreamer’s Third Major Content Update

Upon its debut last November, Fashion Dreamer was somewhat lacking in comparison to other series such as Style Savvy (New Style Boutique). Thankfully, Marvelous, the developer, has taken steps to address the issue through continuous updates. The third major content update coincided with Valentine’s Day. The “Classic Fair Update” brings a fresh wave of excitement with its array of new ...

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The latest game featuring Princess Peach from Nintendo seems to be utilizing the powerful Unreal Engine

Throughout the Switch generation, Nintendo has occasionally ventured into creating unique titles using alternative game engines. Yoshi’s Crafted World and the more recent Pikmin 4 have both harnessed the power of the Unreal Engine, and it seems that Princess Peach: Showtime! might also be joining the ranks of games created with this impressive technology. On social media, I came across ...

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A review for Mario Vs. Donkey Kong on the Switch has just been released

The highly anticipated Mario vs. Donkey Kong on Switch is just around the corner, set to launch on February 16th. Having thoroughly enjoyed our experience with the puzzle platformer during our recent hands-on session, we eagerly anticipate the final review scores. Today, we have the opportunity to witness the debut of the first review, courtesy of Japanese publication Famitsu, as ...

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Sad news in the gaming world as Yoshitaka Murayama, the creator of the beloved Suikoden franchise, has sadly passed away

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Yoshitaka Murayama, the brilliant mind behind the beloved Suikoden franchise and the director/scenario writer of Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes. His untimely demise is a tragic loss for the gaming community. The development team behind Hundred Heroes on Switch and other platforms, Rabbit & Bear Studios, has announced the news. ...

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Are you a fan of Metroid and Axiom Verge? Is This New Metroidvania Right Up Your Alley?

Rebel Transmute is set to make its highly anticipated debut on the Nintendo Switch on March 14, 2024, courtesy of publisher Jandusoft. If you’re not familiar with the title, it’s a pixel-art Metroidvania game that draws inspiration from classics like Metroid and Axiom Verge. In this game, you’ll embark on a journey through a vast and captivating world, encountering a ...

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Oh no! Nintendo may have inadvertently unveiled additional details about Princess Peach: Showtime! Transformations

If yesterday’s Splatoon 3 news didn’t already make it clear that a big February Nintendo Direct is unlikely, then this should do the trick: it seems that we can expect another trailer for Princess Peach: Showtime! today. This suspicion did not arise from our profound understanding of time travel or from receiving an uncannily precise response from a Magic 8 ...

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The Korean release of Rise of the Ronin was canceled due to controversy surrounding commentary

If you have a limited understanding of the intricate and tense relationship between Japan and Korea, you may have overlooked the importance of certain remarks made by Fumuhiko Yasuda, the director of Rise of the Ronin, in a recently released behind-the-scenes trailer. We definitely did, even though we covered the matter, and we were taken aback to discover that Sony ...

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