The next major Nintendo Switch title is only days away from release. Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will bring Mario and the Rabbids from Ubisoft together in a tactical turn-based RPG shooter of epic proportions. The game is apparently massive in scope, including 8 playable characters for you to be. And now, we’re hearing that more content is coming via DLC/Season Pass.
Ubisoft revealed during Gamescom 2017 that there will be three batches of DLC for the game. First, at launch, players will get the chance to get 8 new weapons for the game that will have a distinct “steampunk” feel. Then, later this fall, there will be new challenges for both solo and co-op modes. Finally, sometime in 2018, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle will get some “unexpected story content.”
This isn’t unexpected from an Ubisoft standpoint, as they love their DLC and Season Passes, but the content itself is unexpected in some aspects, and we’ll no doubt be wondering about what it all is even after Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle releases on August 29th.
A couple weeks ago Nintendo announced it would be expanding its “Nintendo Switch Online” service, which mainly exists to cover the server fees from keeping multiplayer games running, but throws in a catalog of games from the company’s past as a bonus. Since they were running out of NES and
We said it’d happen, and once again we were right (we’ll get it wrong one of these days). The third-person RPG Starlight Alliance is now available for PC and Switch, created by Origamihero Games, the same party behind Heart Chain Kitty. As with that game, this one is the creation
Today’s the day! After over a year of slowly building up the beta version on Steam Early Access, Studio Aurum has at last finished Monster Crown, their Pokemon-inspired monster trading and battling game. But it’s not just on PC. You can now get the game on Switch for the first
Chucklefish Games and Robotality have announced a physical edition of their strategy game Pathway is now under production with the folks at Limited Run Games. The physical will come with a LRG trading card and an Adventurers Field Guide manual. It’s 1936. Ancient relics of great power are being unearthed