Taken from Game Zone at the site here: http://www.gamezone.com/news/lego-city-undercover-2nd-third-party-game-confirmed-for-nintendo-switch-3445537
The remastered version of LEGO City: Undercover is available in stores today. It was originally released exclusively for the Nintendo Wii U. However, now gamers can purchase this new version in stores or online for $59.99 USD (MSRP). It is playble on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Switch.
The game allows the player to roam a city in this open-world game. A police officer is the main character. He must stop crimes and bring the criminals to justice.
Another interesting fact about the release date is that it came out on my birthday. However, this probably has no merit to the game. Joking aside, get the game today.
Pikmin 2 is now available for Nintendo Wii U eShop as a Virtual Console game. It was first released on GameCube in 2004 and re-released as “New Play Control” on the Wii. Now, you can get the game on your Wii U for a price of $19.99 USD. (£16.00 BP).
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Another update this week has come! Not only do gamers get to play Snake Pass or Has Been Heroes; one additional game included is Metal Slug. It was originally a NeoGeo title now ported to Nintendo Switch. It’s only $7.99 USD. That is three games this time in two updates!
Sumo Digital recently came out with a new video game. The same company is also responsible for games like LittleBigPlanet and the Sonic & All-Stars Racing series. Their new game is called Snake Pass.
Snake Pass is a puzzle game where it lets you play as a snake. You slither around to collect objects to complete each level. A little birdie also aids you along the way.
The game can be purchased for $19.99 USD (about £15 BP). A special pre-order discount was available for PlayStation only. It is available for PlayStation 4, (as recently noted) Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch. North Americans and Europeans can enjoy this affordable game today.
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Has Been Heroes was the first game released in North America on Switch eShop for $19.99.
Snake Pass, a digital only title was also released tonight for Nintendo Switch eShop for $19.99 USD. Unlike its PlayStation 4 counterpart, no pre-order bonus discount was available.
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Update 2.1.0 is out on Switch. Nothing much has changed. It must be for little touches like bug fixes. It also only took me about three seconds to complete the whole process.
UPDATE: The game actually runs at 720P while docked.
Source: Shigeru News
I got to play the open beta for Splatoon 2 on Switch. There are four weapons; Splatter shot, Splat Roller, Splat Charger, and Splat Dualies. My favourite weapon is the roller one.
As for graphics, the game runs at 1080P on tv at 60 FPS and 720P on handheld mode while remaining at 60 FPS. Both have no frame rate drops.
It has good music mostly. I think people will like it. I love the theme song to the first game!
While I only played on tv with Pro Controller and handheld mode with Joy-Cons attached, the gameplay is great. I prefer without motion though. The controls are much better than the Wii U’s game.
Overall, it is a great game and features awesome gameplay. However, there is sadly one hour of beta for six different times this weekend. I do recommend trying out the beta before it shuts down, though. Many people will enjoy it.
For more on Splatoon 2, go on to YouTube and watch my full review: https://youtu.be/dQDsOKdVLTA