A month ago, we brought you the news that Vroom in the Night Sky, one of the few Nintendo Switch games currently available, would be losing its highly questionable but ultimately adorable bad English translation and getting a rewrite. That rewrite is now here, and it’s... worse, somehow.
If you enjoy “room escape” games and are looking for something to do with your PlayStation VR, look no further than Statik.
September 19: That’s when you’ll be playing Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite, the next entry in the on-again-off-again will-they-or-won’t-they fighting game crossover series, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and/or PC.
SNES Classic wishlists? So two thousand and late: I’m gonna scoop everybody and write the 30 games I want to see on the Nintendo 64 Classic, which not only doesn’t exist, it isn’t even rumored to, and probably won’t. Check and mate.
Considering Nintendo’s bizarre decision-making process, it’s nice to hear that the company may be doing the correct and obvious thing and releasing a SNES Classic this holiday season. Here are the games I’d put on it if I were in charge.
One of the stars of A&E’s Storage Wars, a reality show about storage locker auctions, just landed an incredible deal on a locker stuffed full to bursting with vintage video game hardware and cartridges. It’s a small fortune in games, over $50,000 worth, enough for the buyer to call it one of his “best ever” buys.
Following yesterday evening’s news that the next game in the Professor Layton series will hit Japan on July 20, publisher Level-5 has now revealed that the new game starring the professor’s daughter will be available worldwide that very day—on iOS and Android, but not Nintendo 3DS.
The next Professor Layton game is releasing July 20 in Japan for 3DS. Starring the professor’s daughter, the logic-puzzle adventure was formerly titled Lady Layton but is now called Layton Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy. A Western release is planned, but no date yet.