Hope you like the idea of taking Bethesda games with you on the go, Switch owners.
When Splatoon 2 launched, the Stingray was a special that sounded neat on paper. A giant blast of paint, firing across the map, dousing all in sight. In practice, not so much. But the most recent patch to Splatoon 2 has added some oomph back to the Stingray, and it's becoming a new favourite of mine.
The Switch is such a familiar part of the gaming landscape now that it's strange to consider that Nintendo's hybrid device is about to head into its first holiday season. What's even stranger is that for Baby's First Christmas, Nintendo's lineup is overloaded with deep single-player fantasy adventures: Role-playing games Skyrim and Xenoblade Chronicles, and the RPG-tinged action of Fire Emblem Warriors.
With the impending demise of Nintendo's Miiverse, some users are resorting to manually saving their images. Others, though, are looking for a solution that's a little more comprehensive.
The Nintendo Switch is a hit, especially in Japan. But before the hardware was released, Pokemon Company CEO Tsunekazu Ishihara told Nintendo it wasn't going to be successful.
Last week, Nintendo quietly uploaded the digital manual for Star Fox 2, which will be included on this month's SNES Classic hardware. But what's really interesting is that said manual included a whole batch of concept art and game design documents for the canceled Super FX Chip shooter.