Ubisoft have a lot to follow up on after last year, including Beyond Good and Evil 2, Skull and Bones and a wealth of their traditional titles. What will the E3 Ubisoft Conference 2018 bring?
EA now has a huge uphill battle in the minds of the general audience and media following the Battlefront 2 Microtransaction Brouhaha. What do we expect for them to bring to the Table for E3 2018? What are our E3 EA Predictions?
Game Freak and the Pokemon company have shown off the news that Pokemon will be getting it’s first entry in the Franchise on the Nintendo Switch. In the form of a pair of spin offs, Pokemon Let’s Go and Pokemon Quest. Before the pitchforks are raised, remember two things. One, not everything is made specifically for you. Two. Pokemon has been getting spin off games since the Gameboy version of the Pokemon Trading Card Game and Hey You, Pikachu in 1998. This is not new. So what have we got coming to Switch in 2018?
Castlevania is a game series based around the troubles of the Belmont family, as they tackle the monsters sent by Dracula to torment the people. The animated series brought to us from Netflix and written by Warren Ellis has been adapted from that core concept. With only four episodes, Castlevania is more of a proof of concept than anything else. Saying that, It’s compelling, hideous and leaves you wanting more.
One day earlier than expected, Super Mario Run has become available for Android users. Check it out!
The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a love letter to the venerable series. It is a summation of everything that makes the Zelda games wonderful, whilst also making the gameplay fun and approachable for older and newer players alike.
No game is more anticipated for the Nintendo Switch than The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. I got to try it out. So far, it’s exactly what I’ve been hoping for.
Nintendo First Party Titles were the main draws at the Hands-On event, With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and ARMS being three games that seem to highlight everything the Nintendo Switch has to offer.
For me, the Nintendo Switch Hands on event started with mini game collection 1-2 Switch. A party game, designed around direct competition, and definitely built to show off the new controllers.
Nintendo Switch First Party titles are going to be the main draw for the new gaming system. So what did last night’s presentation bring from Nintendo themselves?