The 12th week of the 2017 UK Sales Charts are in, and unlike the 11th week, Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands is no longer atop the charts, where it had been perched for the previous two weeks …Read More The post Mass Effect: Andromeda Tops the UK Sales Chart This Week; Sells Best on PS4 by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s Wednesday. And like every Wednesday: Media Create has released its weekly sales charts of the Japanese market. For the week starting March 13 2017 and ending March 19th, the Nintendo Switch once again …Read More The post Media Create: Nintendo Switch and Monster Hunter XX Top Japanese Sales This Week by Tyler Fischer appeared first on DualShockers.
[Image: Bloodstained] The Wii U version is no more. It’s been canned! Instead, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Advertisement “During our Kickstarter campaign, the Wii U was at the height of its popularity, but the situation has drastically changed after the release of Nintendo Switch,” states Bloodstained designer Koji Igarashi on the game’s Kickstarter page. “This change made it difficult to receive the necessary support from the hardware maker, which has led us to drop the Wii U development and shift the development to Nintendo Switch.” The game is still slated to come to the PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Vita. Advertisement Backers can, forgive the pun, switch their support to the Switch version or ask for a refund. Here’s more details from the game’s Kickstarter page: How this will work for Kickstarter and slacker backers: The Switch version is now available as an option in the backer survey for anyone who has a physical or digital version of Bloodstained coming, replacing the Wii U version. (Just use the same link you were sent to fill out your READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!
Earlier today I posted a quick tutorial on how to prepare yourself for a Lynel fight, as well as a video with some combat tips to keep you on your toes. Meanwhile, this guy on YouTube unequips everything and fights a Lynel totally naked. It’s more entertaining to watch than you’d think and it doesn’t take nearly as long as I thought it would. What’s the most impressive about this fight is the guy does it with just the three hearts you start the game with and none of the food I recommend you eat in my How to Fight a Lynel guide. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild – $57.99 READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
Nintendo fans were a big part of why the Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Kickstarter was such a success, since it promised the return of Castlevania-like games to the Nintendo ecosystem. The Kickstart was funded way back in 2015, but a new update to the Kickstarter page will leave Wii U some Wii U fans who expected this game to arrive on that platform salty. Hello, this is IGA. Thank you for always supporting us. I would like to give a message to the backers who pledged for the Wii U version of Bloodstained. During our Kickstarter campaign, the Wii U was at the height of its popularity, but the situation has drastically changed after the release of Nintendo Switch. This change made it difficult to receive the necessary support from the hardware maker, which has led us to drop the Wii U development and shift the development to Nintendo Switch. We are very sorry that it has come to this after all your support, but we hope you will understand. We would like to respond by preparing options for our backers, such as moving your pledge to another version or requesting a refund if you don’t want READ FULL…
Breath of the Wild has so much depth to it that people are constantly finding new ways to explore every nook and cranny of the game. Case in point, here’s a quick tip that you probably don’t know. The guardian corpses that litter Hyrule in the game can be looted for their ancient parts.“But I already knew that!” I hear you wailing exasperated at the screen. But I bet you didn’t loot them all fully. The guardian corpses can be manipulated using a large weapon and a magnet. You won’t be able to do it with something like a short sword, but any big metal hammer, spear, or axe will work just fine.How to fully loot a dead Guardian1. Switch to your Magnesis power and drop your chosen weapon on the ground.2. Use your magnet ability to move the weapon underneath the guardian to flip it.3. Loot the ancient parts you couldn’t get to before.4. Profit.This will net you several extra parts if you go explore the vast field where there are tons of guardians littered around. If you’ve already explored that area, well I’ve just given you a good reason to go back and explore it again. The little…
Today Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Creative Director Koji Igarashi announced officially on Kickstarter that his game won’t come to Wii U, but will instead be released on Nintendo Switch. …Read More The post Bloodstained: Ritual of The Night for Wii U Cancelled, Coming to Nintendo Switch by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
One of the unique aspects of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is the Blood Moon mechanic that is a clever way to hide the respawn of enemy camps all across the world of Hyrule. In reality you’re supposed to get one Blood Moon about every seven days, but sometimes you can get multiple in a row, sometimes only a few seconds apart.If you find yourself having this problem while you’re playing Breath of the Wild, there’s an easy fix. Right now the bug seems to be caused when the console wakes up from sleep mode after not having been powered off. If you find yourself having an irregular Blood Moon cycle, try powering off your console and then turning it back on. Things should then be back to normal.How to turn off Nintendo Switch1. Hold down the power button for five seconds.2. Select the Power Options menu.3. Choose turn off.4. Press the button to turn on the Switch again.For those of you who are experiencing this annoying bug and it’s keeping you from making progress on things because you keep getting random Blood Moons, try do this to fix it. It’s annoying and it took a lot of research to…
Video game players, to some degree, like stressful games. Titles such as Dark Souls or Darkest Dungeon have players stressing out over finding the right way to defeat an enemy so they don’t possibly lose everything they …Read More The post forma.8 Review — True to Form by Tomas Franzese appeared first on DualShockers.
Zelda: Breath of the Wild is populated by lots of interesting and weird characters, but some are a bit too weird looking perhaps. Just take a look at the character “Seym”, who can be found outside of the Dye Shop in Hateno Village. She (or he?) is sporting what appears to be cornrows, very pointy ears, and some seriously narrow eyes.If that’s not enough, the guys over at Reddit went through the game looking for more ugly characters, and they found “Sauge”, who owns the Dye Shop in Hateno. Words can barely describe how this fella looks, you have to see for yourself:Here’s some more strangely looking characters from Breath of the Wild, including Beedle, who was in several other Zelda games. Know any others? Share them in the comments section! READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!
Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands has legs in the UK, and holds on to the top spot for the second week in a row. …Read More The post Ubisoft’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands for PS4 Holds on to Top Spot in the UK by Giuseppe Nelva appeared first on DualShockers.
So is “Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild” a Game of the Year title? Possibly. In fact, I dare to say it has a solid case for being the best game of this year and several years to come. If you’ve seen other reviewers praising this game, let me say this, it’s earned every single accolade it’s gotten from… READ FULL STORY AT THEGG!
Recently, Casual Bit Games launched their classic action game Battle Princess Madelyn on KickStarter to fund the game’s release for PC (Steam and DRM-free), Nintendo Switch, Wii U, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. …Read More The post Battle Princess Madelyn Surpasses Crowdfunding Goal; Limited Run Games to Do Physical Copy by Azario Lopez appeared first on DualShockers.
Back in 2007, a high school student named Corey Bunnell shared his dream with an online community: to work for Nintendo in Japan on a game. And with the release of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, he did just that.Bunnell is credited for working on Breath of the Wild as a “Wildlife programmer”, fulfilling the dream he shared with the world 10 years earlier.Check out his original post from 2007, where he asked the online community for advice in achieving his dream, and his credit in Breath of the Wild.Here’s a video with who appears to be Corey Bunnell, a game developer in Japan, although it’s not confirmed if he’s the same Corey who made the post in 2007.[embedded content] READ FULL STORY AT NINTENDOTODAY!