Another limited edition Nintendo Switch Pro Controller design puts me one pad closer to having the ultimate 4 player party, free of friends complaining that the Joy Cons feel too small in their gigantic hands. You see, I do care! Continue reading
Splatoon 2 is keeping things fresh on the Nintendo Switch, perhaps the first big genuine exclusive on the system (sorry, Arms). Inking has never felt so good, and with the release of the game Nintendo has deemed it fit to freshen up their accessories with the colours of cartoon squids to keep players playing with style. The case, joy-cons and pro controller have been inked up, providing more choice and a chance to allow player 2 to go pro without having to settle for two standard greys.
For those who don’t like wiimotes, game pads, or Joy-Cons, meet the Nintendo Switch Pro controller. It’s like all those other pads you own, ideal for the player who love a bit of familiarity with their button pushing devices. It even has a proper D-pad, what happened to those? Continue reading
Before the release of the Nintendo Switch on the 3rd March 2017, Nintendo decided to take a few units and wheel them around the United Kingdom. Birmingham, Manchester, and London were the choice locations, and with a few dates, a few bookings, people could taste the Switch experience, though not the cartridges. Sure this would have been a great piece to post before the Switch launch, but sometimes people (me) just have a thing for being a little (very) late. Continue reading