I'm really curious about this. How many of you planned to skip over Starlink: Battle for Atlas completely, but changed your mind when the StarFox content was revealed? I would imagine at least a handful of StarFox fans did an about-face when Ubisoft announced this collaboration.
The StarFox team is popping up in Starlink: Battle for Atlas with an adventure and missions all to themselves. The content certainly looks like a blast, but is it canon? When a Ubisoft rep was asked about the nature of the content, he said any discussions about canon should be aimed at Nintendo. In other words, Ubisoft isn't ready to say that the content here is canon for the StarFox franchise, and Nintendo hasn't uttered a word on the topic.
Wolf is up to no good in the Atlas system and it's up to the Star Fox team to track him down. But he has plans for Fox and friends as he learns what they're doing. See him in action in this introductory cutscene from Starlink: Battle for Atlas!
Build your own starship and lead interstellar pilots to battle in #Starlink: Battle For Atlas on #NintendoSwitch, featuring special guest pilot Fox McCloud! If you pre-order from the #NintendoUKStore you get an exclusive A2 poster!
In Starlink: Battle for Atlas, lead a heroic team of interstellar pilots to free the Atlas star system from the Forgotten Legion.
This Nintendo Switch Starter Pack features the exclusive special guest pilot, Fox McCloud from Star Fox, with exclusive add-on missions! The pack includes the game, Arwing starship, two pilots, two weapons, Joy-Con mount, poster of toy collection and digital version of the Zenith starship and Shredder weapon.
This bundle also includes an A2 poster of the Starlink: Battle for Atlas artwork.
Well here's a unique perspective on Starlink: Battle for Atlas! In the video above, Astronaut Chris Hadfield checks out the game and offers up some thoughts on the experience.
"As astronauts we live in video-games because simulators allow us to get ready for being on a space ship. A game like Starlink becomes compelling so you can actually imagine yourself doing these things... The whole purpose of these toys, really, is to open the imagination. If it's just a toy on a shelf that's one thing but if you can reconfigure it to your own liking, suddenly you're not just an observer. You're part of what's happening. Interacting with a game is like someone kicking a door open that you never thought you could walk through. To allow a young person to imagine a world that doesn't exist yet and see themselves as part of that change.”
SAN FRANCISCO — September 25, 2018 — Today, Ubisoft® and South Park Digital Studios announced that South Park™: The Stick of Truth™ is now available on Nintendo Switch. Created, written and directed by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, South Park: The Stick of Truth, the winner of numerous 2014 Game of the Year awards, transports players to the perilous battlefields of the fourth-grade playground, where a young hero will rise, destined to be South Park’s savior. From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, comes an epic quest to become… cool. South Park: The Stick of Truth is available through digital stores only (Nintendo eShop) at the suggested retail price of $29.99.
For a thousand years, a battle has been waged. The sole reason humans and elves are locked in a never-ending war: The Stick of Truth. But the tides of war are soon to change as word of a new kid spreads throughout the land, his coming foretold by the stars. As the moving vans of prophecy drive away, your adventure begins.
Arm yourself with weapons of legend to defeat underpants gnomes, hippies, and other forces of evil. Discover the lost Stick of Truth and succeed in earning your place alongside Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny as their new friend. Fail, and you will forever be known…as a loser.
For more information about South Park: The Stick of Truth, please visit southparkgame.com, and for the latest on all Ubisoft games, please visit news.ubisoft.com.
No, I don't understand why Ubisoft and Subway have teamed up for a Just Dance 2019 contest, but here we are. If you're interested in Subway or Just Dance, this contest is for you! You could end up winning the following.
- Nintendo Switch™ System
- Just Dance® 2019 Game
- $50 Subway® Gift Card
Nintendo Switch owners looking to scratch a board-game itch will have new options this fall, when the Risk and Trivial Pursuit Live! videogames arrive on the platform as digital downloads with exclusive new features. Both games will also be available as part of the Hasbro Game Night for Nintendo Switch compilation, along with Monopoly for Nintendo Switch, already available as a standalone.
Trivial Pursuit Live! lets players compete in teams in Versus Mode and with up to three friends in local multi console, and features 1,800 up-to-date questions (including 650 kid-friendly family questions). Risk, meanwhile, boasts improved pacing and a new top view. Both games feature new graphical, UI, and online enhancements, as well as touchscreen features exclusive to the Nintendo Switch versions.
Risk, Trivial Pursuit Live!, and Hasbro Game Night for Nintendo Switch launch on Nintendo Switch on October 30.
Time to break a sweat on Sports Party Island! Challenge your friends in six thrilling outdoor activities: basketball, Frisbee®, golf, Jet Ski®, beach tennis, and skateboarding. Available October 30th, exclusively on the Nintendo Switch.
Sports Party will be available on October 30th 2018 on Nintendo Switch™. Sea and Sun Sports are now within reach, accessible to anyone, everywhere! Sports Party takes you to the seaside where the beach meets the mountain to discover 6 outdoor sports. Faithfully replicate real-life movements with intuitive and inclusive controls, and get off your couch to challenge your family and friends, whether at home or on the go!