Rain Games, Developer Of Teslagrad and World To The West, Celebrates Its 10 Year Anniversary

© Rain Games While the Wii U eShop wasn’t graced with a large library of quality games, there were some undeniable gems. One of these was Teslagrad by Rain Games, which has since made its way to the Switch eShop, and the developer has also brought out World to the West since. The studio’s most … Read more

Two More Earth Defense Force Games Are Firing Onto Switch Later This Year

Switch owners will be treated to not one, not two, but three games from D3 Publisher’s third-person shooter series Earth Defense Force this year, it’s been revealed. As reported by Weekly Famitsu, both Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space and Earth Defense Force 2017 are headed to Switch in Japan, joining the already … Read more

More Retro Games Are On The Way To Capcom Arcade Stadium

If you were hoping for a little extra from the Capcom Arcade Stadium, you’re in luck. It’s been announced this nostaglic-packed collection will be expanding with more arcade classics in the future. More information about these new (but old) additions – including the timing of the release – will be revealed at a later date. … Read more

LudoNarraCon Is Offering Free Demos For A Bunch Of Narrative Indie Games On Steam

If you, like us, are a fan of narrative indie games (think Life Is Strange, Kentucky Route Zero, Night in the Woods, and Oxenfree) then you should probably check out the LudoNarraCon virtual exhibition going on on Steam right now. It’s a celebration of the very best writing games have to offer, hosted by game … 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

Random: Who Is Kinopio-Kun, And Why Is He In The Background Of So Many Nintendo Games?

We love Toads here at Nintendo Life. And how could you not? He’s a great friend, an adequate butler, and an acceptable Mario Kart choice. In Japan, he’s also the mascot of Nintendo’s LINE account — a social media platform that’s super popular over there. You may recognise this green guy from that really weird … 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

Online Multiplayer for Free-to-Play Games Unlocked Starting Today – Xbox Wire

Today, we are sharing more details on our plans to make online multiplayer in free-to-play games available on Xbox without an Xbox Live Gold membership. As part of listening to your feedback, this change will take place starting today, and all Xbox players will be able to access online multiplayer at no charge for a … Read more