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“God Eater 3” Coming To Nintendo Switch This Summer!


God Eater is finally making its way to the Nintendo Switch! As of today you can pre-order a copy of “God Eater 3” for the Nintendo Switch, retail price $59.99. God Eater 3 was released for the Playstation 4 and Windows PC back in February, it is third installment in the God Eater franchise. The game was developed by Marvelous Entertainment Inc and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment. Originally the game was produced by Shift. The former was an indie studio responsible for the first and second titles of God Eater. Shift also developed God Eater Burst, God Eater 2/Rage Burst, and God Eater Resurrection. READ MORE to get all the God Eater 3 news.

First Visual Of Upcoming Zoids’ Game For Nintendo Switch Looks Simple

Japan can’t get enough of “Zoids.” The popular franchise began to see a resurgence this year with “Zoids Wild”, the sixth installment in the anime series that began airing this July. The new line of toys and anime isn’t enough. Today Takara Tomy released the first visual for the upcoming “Zoids Wild” game for the Nintendo Switch.

Super Meat Boy Plus Two Indies To Be Released On The Nintendo Switch

Super Meat Boy Switch

The Nintendo Switch will be getting a boost to its game roster with the addition of three indie games: Super Meat Boy, Mutant Mudds and Inversus. While Team Meat was busy announcing their big news on Twitter, Nintendo had an announcement of their own.

How To Fix Nintendo’s Switch Joy-Con Wrist Strap (Video)

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Tutorial

So you bought a Nintendo Switch and hastily installed the joy-con’s wrist strap, maybe and most likely unintentionally you installed the strap incorrectly. Nintendo has the solution and they’ve made a video tutorial to show you how.

Source: Youtube

Nintendo To Sell 2 Million Nintendo Switch’s By End Of March

Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Tutorial

CEO, Tatsumi Kimishima told Japanese Wall Street Journal reporter Takashi Mochizuki that the Nintendo Switch will not replace the Nintendo 3ds, nor does the company intend to sell the system at a loss in hopes to recover from 3rd party software sales or future sales of the hybrid console. Nintendo will listen to consumer’s expectation concerning the price of the system.¬†