It looks like the Nintendo Switch will go through a sophomore slump as Nintendo’s presentation this week at E3 mostly focused on one big title.
This year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is almost upon us, which means it’s a good time to talk about predictions! Here are five predictions on what Nintendo is going to announce next week!
Super Smash Bros. is likely going to be Nintendo’s biggest title for 2018 but not much has been announced about this new version so far. So here are five things that I’d like this next version of Super Smash Bros. to have one it gets released.
Zero Time Dilemma is the concluding chapter of the fan-favorite Zero Escape trilogy that we almost didn’t get. Was the clamor for it worth the effort? Read on for my non-spoiler review of the Nintendo 3DS version.
Fire Emblem remains to be one of Nintendo’s hottest IPs at the moment, with several releases in the past couple of years. The franchise continues it’s hot streak with Fire Emblem Warriors coming out soon.
As what is probably the biggest upcoming release for the Nintendo 3DS for 2017, any 3DS owner should already be aware of Metroid: Samus Returns. Just in case you aren’t, let me talk to you about one of the most anticipated Nintendo titles to be announced in this year’s E3.
Upon release, Bravely Default received positive critical acclaim, getting an aggregate score of 85% on Metacritic. And then people started complaining about the game’s second half, some even stating that it was poorly designed. Was Bravely Default’s back end really bad game design? Let’s assess.
With a new console, expectations are high for Nintendo. How well did they do this time around?
A list of games slated for Nintendo’s E3 2017 presentations was supposedly leaked to the public. Is this real or fake? Let’s assess.
This year’s E3 is just around a corner. As the first major video game event since the release of the Switch, E3 is going to be critical for Nintendo.