505 Games has announced that an in-game Spring Festival event now awaits players in Portal Knights, which developer Keen Games has created in celebration of Chinese New Year. This special event will run until Monday 5th March 2018 and tasks players with helping the Emperor to solve the mysterious troubles that have been plaguing his island.
Greybox and Tequila Works have released a new software update for RiME on Nintendo Switch, which sees the puzzle adventure game now on version 1.0.2. The game’s performance was something that we had criticised in our RiME review, and this update takes great strides to improve it. “While we launched the Switch version of RiME in November, our original plan was to release it at the same time as the other platforms earlier in 2017.
Nintendo has added the Sloshing Machine Neo to Splatoon 2, the latest weapon to be made available at Ammo Knights in the Galleria. “The Sloshing Machine Neo features a special sticker from the manufacturer,” explains Sheldon at Ammo Knights. “Its stats are the same, but you can use the Point Sensor to reveal the location of opponents to your entire team! “And for any opponents that manage to evade you, use the Splat-Bomb Launcher to send ’em back to their spawn point!
Phew. I was worried that Pokémon Switch was going to be the last ever game(s) that The Pokémon Company releases. Heaven forbids this could refer to the mobile games they also steadily release. Why's everyone so desperate to pretend to be an 'industry insider' these days? https://twitter.com/pixelpar/status/965691574570102784
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Selecting a term
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