Nintendo has announced that some online services for the Switch will be temporarily inaccessible during April 5–6. This is due to scheduled maintenance, which means features like online multiplayer and rankings will be offline during specific times.
In case you haven’t heard, Snake Pass is now available in the eShop for $19.99. Details can be found here. But in case that’s not enough, YouTuber AbdallahSmash026 has posted over 90 minutes worth of gameplay — which should be a great indication of how well the game runs…
The much anticipated Has-Been Heroes is now available for the Switch. It can be downloaded in the eShop for $19.99. A physical copy is also available, but Amazon doesn’t seem to have it listed on their site yet.
Nintendo has released the first system update for the Switch since it launched just over three weeks ago. While it’s not anything to get excited over, we do recommend downloading it right away. The update is simply a general stability update for the Switch OS. Hey, it doesn’t hurt…
Nintendo announced many games coming this year for the Switch at the unveiling event in January 2017. One of those games was Minecraft: Story Mode and thanks to Amazon we now know what the box art for the Switch game. Check it out below:
ARMS is Nintendo’s new franchise that they hope does very well on the Switch. ARMS uses the Joy-Cons to fight similar to the Wii, but Nintendo never announced a release date. According to Amazon Italy; ARMS is set to release May 2nd. Let’s hope this is true because I know every Switch owners wants more games.
The President of Nintendo America during an interview did confirm that Nintendo is working on bringing Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Video to the Switch but it will take some time. Full quote below:
President of America Reggie was interviewed on CBS This Morning. In the interview he talks about the Switch and Zelda. Check out the video below:
Nintendo released today a new trailer of Mario Kart 8 which releases on April 28th, 2017. Check out the trailer below:
The Nintendo Switch home screen could get complicated with a lot of games but seems Nintendo has an answer for that issue. After the Switch has more than 12 games, the menu offers a grid view as seen in the screenshots below.