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Suda51 Video Interview - NMH3 Details, Switch Ports Interest, Travis in Smash, OG Voice Returns & More

We had the chance to sit down with Suda51 to discuss the upcoming Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes, his future plans for the franchise and much, much more!

Squids Odyssey - Japanese launch trailer

Steev and the rest of the Squids are in danger! An infectious ooze is corrupting their world, and this band of unlikely heroes needs to fight back to save their kingdom.

Digital Foundry - Super Smash Bros Ultimate: Switch vs Wii U/3DS Graphics Comparison + Tech Analysis

Masahiro Sakurai and his team return with the most feature-rich version of Smash Bros. ever. The Ultimate edition on Switch is more than a simple port from Wii U - visuals are upgraded, and stylistic changes are made.

Michelle Obama attempts Fortnite's 'Orange Justice' dance while at a children's hospital holiday event

Former first lady Michelle Obama spent some time at a children's hospital holiday event, and not surprisingly, some of the kids at the hospital were big fans of Fortnite. That lead to a discussion of various dances in the game, and then you have what you see above. Mrs. Obama did her best 'Orange Justice' for the crowd, and while it's not perfect, it's certainly better than I could do!

Splatoon 2 - Squid Research Seminar #10: Clam Blitz

This Squid Research Seminar presentation takes a look at another of the Ranked Battle modes: Clam Blitz!

Lazy Galaxy: Rebel Story - another round of gameplay

An old robot named H-34-RT wakes up in a derelict space station orbiting his home planet. His civilization was destroyed long ago by evil O'Xelg, but he has yet to figure that out. After an initial shock, he decides to follow his old defense routines: that means fighting the invaders, even if he is alone now.

Atari Flashback Classics - gameplay footage

Atari Flashback Classics is designed to take advantage of the Nintendo Switch’s unique controls and functionality to bring new life to beloved games. Up to four-player local multiplayer and two-player online is available as well on a per title basis.

Uncanny Valley coming soon to Switch, launching with 50% discount

14 December 2018 – Indie publisher Digerati and developer Cowardly Creations are pleased to announce the unnerving story-driven horror of Uncanny Valley is creeping its way to Nintendo Switch.

Players will be able to explore its mysterious facility, uncover dark and terrifying secrets, and face narrative-altering consequences when Uncanny Valley releases on 25 December, along with a 50% launch discount.

Since its initial release on PC in 2015, Uncanny Valley has earned acclaim for its effective approach to horror and compelling story.

About the game

Welcome to Uncanny Valley – an unsettling story-driven survival horror where nothing is as it seems. Explore an isolated facility and solve its many mysteries, but be warned: the choices you make have meaningful consequences that will determine your fate. Play through multiple times to reveal all of Uncanny Valley’s darkest secrets.

You play as Tom, a security guard working the night shift at an abandoned facility in the middle of nowhere. Already troubled by disturbing dreams, Tom’s reality takes a terrifying twist as he explores the eerie offices and corridors of the facility and begins to uncover the shocking secrets hidden within its walls…

Consequence System

Rather than failure always being greeted by death, Uncanny Valley uses a consequence system which imposes lasting effects on the player. For example, a mistake may result in a broken arm, which in-turn presents problems when trying to use a weapon.

This changing dynamic impacts story and gameplay, requires players to rethink their approach to certain situations, and ensures a chilling sense of ever-present uneasiness.

Key Features

A huge, creepy facility to explore
Ominous and oppressive atmosphere
Compelling story with rich characters
Multiple endings to discover
Consequences which impact story and gameplay

Atari Flashback Classics Introduces a Collection of 150 Atari Favorites to Switch

NEW YORK, NY (DECEMBER 14, 2018) - Atari®, one of the world's most iconic consumer brands and interactive entertainment producers, today brings their most comprehensive collection of arcade and home console classics for Nintendo Switch with the release of Atari® Flashback Classics. Available now through the Nintendo eShop and at retail, Atari Flashback Classics is packed with 150 fan-favorite Atari games, including Asteroids®, Centipede®, and Missile Command®, all with additional content and online features!

For the first time ever, Atari Flashback Classics is available on Nintendo Switch! Dive into the legendary publisher’s iconic library of games — with titles from the Atari 2600 and Atari 5200 home consoles, along with former arcade exclusives. Atari Flashback Classics features support for all-new local achievements, leaderboards, and social features to bring players together just like in the olden days. An archive of classic artwork rounds out the package to make Atari Flashback Classics a must-have for enthusiasts and collectors!

Atari Flashback Classics is designed to take advantage of the Nintendo Switch’s unique controls and functionality to bring new life to beloved games. Up to four-player local multiplayer and two-player online is available as well on a per title basis.

Key Features Include:

150 Classic Atari 2600, 5200 and Arcade Games: Play seminal Atari titles including Asteroids®, Centipede®, Missile Command®, Pong®, Tempest®, Warlords®, and many more.
Online and Local Multiplayer: Battle for arcade supremacy against friends online or at home.
Online Leaderboards: Compare your high scores with players from around the world.
Nintendo Switch Functionality: Designed to take advantage of the Nintendo Switch’s greatest features.
Brand New User-Interface: New User-Interface designed to re-create the greatest classic arcade experience.

Developed by Code Mystics, Atari Flashback Classics is now available for purchase through the Nintendo eShop for $39.99 USD. Atari Flashback Classics is rated E for Everyone for Mild Cartoon Violence and Simulated Gambling. To learn more about Atari Flashback Classics, please visit: www.Atari.com.

Diablo III: Eternal Collection - 'On the go!' commercial

Whether you’re stuck in traffic, out for a walk, or have some downtime between classes – raise some hell anytime, anywhere with Diablo III: Eternal Collection on Nintendo Switch!

Thanks to Sligeach_eire for the heads up!