Samsung Galaxy A52 Update Brings Galaxy S21’s Camera Features

Samsung Galaxy A52 is receiving an update that brings camera features from the Galaxy S21 series. Alongside, the update also comes bundled with April 2021 Android security patch and improvements to existing functions. The update is currently rolling out in Indonesia but should be released to other regions in the coming weeks. The smartphone was … Read more

Samsung Galaxy A52 Update Brings Galaxy S21’s Camera Features

Samsung Galaxy A52 is receiving an update that brings camera features from the Galaxy S21 series. Alongside, the update also comes bundled with April 2021 Android security patch and improvements to existing functions. The update is currently rolling out in Indonesia but should be released to other regions in the coming weeks. The smartphone was … Read more

Talking Point: Why Did Nintendo Give Up On Its ‘Classic Edition’ Concept So Soon?

© Nintendo Life We don’t exist in a bubble here at Nintendo Life, and there’s many a time we’ve glanced over other sites and spotted a feature that makes us jealous we didn’t think of writing it first. One such piece is this excellent RetroBeat feature by Mike Minotti over on VentureBeat, which asks one … Read more

Video: After 30 Years, We’ve Finally Played Famicom Detective Club on Switch

The Girl Who Stands Behind and The Missing Heir walk into a club… The Famicom Detective Club series is a cherished franchise in Japan. These murder-mystery visual novels began life on the Famicom all the way back in 1988 and garnered success with critics and adventure fans alike. Two entries were released on the Famicom … Read more

Feature: Pokémon Origin Stories – The Inspiration Behind Your Favourite Pocket Monsters

Pokémon is a juggernaut of a franchise. Countless games, movies, merchandise and mobile apps make this literally the biggest media franchise ever made in terms of cold hard cash. Of course this couldn’t have happened without long-lasting appeal, and one area that the franchise nearly always seems to nail down is the monster designs. Every … Read more

Talking Point: What Are You Playing This Weekend? (April 24th)

© Capcom Another busy week in the world of video games has come to an end. In the past seven days we’ve seen LEGO Luigi leaked and then officially revealed, Super Nintendo World forced to close temporarily due to pandemic-related precautions after opening just a month ago, and Super Mario 64 show up playable in … Read more

Feature: Why Do Games Get Removed From Switch eShop? It’s Surprisingly Easy

There have been minor adjustments since we made this image, but you get the idea… (Image: Nintendo Life) This week another eShop game seemed to fall victim to a surprisingly common issue: age ratings. The Darkside Detective: A Fumble in the Dark is temporarily removed from the North American eShop, with the developer stating that … Read more

Talking Point: Is It Worth Buying A Nintendo Wii U In 2021?

Nintendo’s doing pretty well at the moment, with its Switch console selling like hotcakes and games like Animal Crossing: New Horizons creating a whole new generation of fans. You might assume, then, that the sheer notion of investing your hard-earned money in the company’s last-gen system – and one which sold in utterly pitiful numbers … Read more

Zoom Update Lets Your React With More Emojis: Check Out New Features

Zoom’s latest update will provide more screen annotations for Zoom Meetings and Zoom Video Webinars, new hardware solutions for Zoom Rooms, expanded management capabilities for Zoom Chat, and a streamlined mass communication solution for Zoom Phone. Along with these, the video chatting service has also gained a few other features such as more emojis and … Read more

Feature: Intriguing Switch eShop Games That Caught Our Eye – 21st April

© 2Awesome Studio A few weeks back we shared an article that highlighted intriguing eShop games that had caught our eye. The criteria was pretty simple; they had to be games that we’d missed in some form or not received as much coverage as they perhaps deserved. Let’s do that again, shall we? As a … Read more