It’s not unusual for old video game franchises to reinvent themselves. With releases like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild taking on an open-world gameplay style that is in stark contrast to its 1980s predecessor, or the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise moving away 2D platforming roots to 3D open world, it was only time until Pokémon would follow.
The upcoming open world game Pokémon Legends: Arceus has released a new trailer, which you can watch below.
Dragalia Lost will celebrate 1000 days with a ton of free log-in rewards, summons, and more! Check out all the info here.
Pokémon UNITE, a new multiplayer online battle arena game, will launch next month on Nintendo Switch, and in September for mobile devices. Check the new trailer below.
Check out the new Rune Factory 5 trailer below. The game will release globally on Nintendo Switch in early 2022.
The currently untitled sequel to Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild has a new trailer out. Take a look:
Shin Megami Tensei V will be coming exclusively to Nintendo Switch on November 12th 2012. Watch the trailer below:
Nintendo’s Most Successful Simulation Game
Animal Crossing is one of Nintendo’s most popular franchises. It’s a game that reminds us of the small things in our lives and caresses you in a world where violence and deceit is not needed to win. There is no ending and no general goal in Animal Crossing. All you need to do is live and wander across the land you stumbled upon.
Sailing off from his last grand adventure, Link is caught in a tremendous storm that crashes his raft and upon the shores of Koholint Island. On the beach, Link is found by Marin who takes him back to her house and lets him rest and recover. Once awake, Link finds himself on an adventure to get off Koholint and travel home to Hyrule by gathering the eight instruments of the sirens and wake the mysterious Wind Fish inside the egg at the top of Mount Tamaranch.