Fight Crab just might be the strangest fighting / action game you’ll come across, as it lets you take control of a simulated physics-powered crab. Once you start the game, you’ll take on various opponents in an attempt to flip them over. Claws, swords, guns, armor, jet engines, and more are all at your disposal. Available August 12th on Steam and September 15th for the Nintendo Switch. Read more for two videos and additional information.
Aspyr has just released Star Wars Episode l: Racer for digital purchase on both the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 for $14.99. This classic Nintendo 64 racing game, based on the podracing sequence in Star Wars: The Phantom Menace, has been upgraded with modernized controls, or to be more specific, motion controls on the Switch. Read more for a video, additional pictures and information.
Are you a fan of board games, card games, and sports games? If you have a Nintendo Switch, you’ll want to pick up Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics. This expansive collection of classic games from around the world spans multiple genres, including Chess, Mancala, Battle Tanks, and even Toy Baseball. Available now both in-store and direct through the Nintendo eShop, priced at $39.99. Read more for an early review and two online multiplayer videos.
Nintendo’s Labo Toy-Con 03: Vehicle Kit includes materials to build multiple customizable cardboard creations, like a car, submarine, plane, pedal, two keys and lots more, all for $19.99, today only, originally $69.99. All materials required to complete each Toy-Con creations are included in the package, which means no glue, tape, or scissors are necessary. Product page. Read nore for a hands-on video and additional information.
Developer Triband has just launched What the Golf? on the Nintendo Switch today, and unlike the other versions, this one comes with the brand new two-player local Party mode to duke it out with others. This new mode allows friends to compete in various golf courses in an attempt to make it to the flag, but both play at the same time. Read more for a video review and additional information.
The Nintendo Switch Lite, along with its big brother, have been a hot commodity during this time of crisis, with many sellers asking for a premium, including some online retailers, but you can pick one up today for $199 shipped to your door. As many of you already know, it’s basically a small, lightweight Nintendo Switch system with a built-in control pad as well as a sleek, unibody design, minus the docking, rumble, Joy-Con features. Product page. Read more for a video review and additional information.
Animal Crossing fans may soon get an official LEGO set if this LEGO Ideas submissions gets at least 10,000 votes. For those who don’t know how the platform works, users express their idea by combining a written description of the idea and a sample LEGO model that demonstrates the concept into a project page. This set would include the: Base House, Mailbox, Log Bench, Community DIY workbench, Campfire, Tree, Terrain details and more. Read more for additional pictures and information.
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Racing game fans rejoice! The “estimated release date” for Burnout Paradise Remastered on the Nintendo Switch has been leaked via the eShop, and it’s unofficially June 19th, priced at $49.99 USD. This version of the game comes packed with 8 pieces of extra content (previous DLC), 130+ vehicles, new areas to explore such as Big Surf Island as well as hundreds of online challenges that let you embrace high-octane stunts and wanton destruction. Read more for the trailer and additional information.
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Nintendo Switch can be downloaded right after purchase, and it’s being offered as a digital code for $39.99, today only, originally $59.99. Players can travel across vast fields, through forests, and to mountain peaks to discover what has become of the kingdom of Hyrule in this stunning Open-Air Adventure. Product page. Read more for a video and additional information.
Japan-based Far East Pinball has created a clever Nintendo Switch accessory that basically turns the device into a miniature pinball cabinet while using TATE (vertical) mode for a variety of pinball games. It’s powered by a USB cable, and once you set the Nintendo Switch up without the Joy-Cons connected, simply plug in a connector cable into the console’s Type-C port. Read more for a video demonstration and additional information.