Lumines is being remastered for consoles and PC

One of the biggest announcements to come out of Nintendo’s Nindies Spring Showcase yesterday afternoon was confirmation that Lumines Remastered will be heading to the Switch this year. Not long after that, developer Enhance Games also confirmed that the title will be heading to PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One.  The music-based puzzler will be […]

PUBG update 11 for Xbox One is now live

Bluehole has announced the release of update 11 for the Xbox One version of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. This latest patch for the every-man-for-himself shooter is targeted squarely at improvements to game stability and optimisation, including graphical and frame rate performance buffs. Some minor bug squashing has also been included in update 11, such as ironing out […]

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection release date announced

Capcom has announced that the Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection will launch on PlayStation 4, PC, Switch, and Xbox One on May 29. The beat-’em-up bundle features a total of 12 games in the venerable fighting franchise, including Street Fighter, Street Fighter II, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Street Fighter II: Hyper Fighting, Super Street […]

Mark of the Ninja is getting a Switch makeover

Mark of the Ninja is getting rejigged for Nintendo Switch this year, developer Klei Entertainment has announced. This remastered version will be the first time that Mark of the Ninja has been available on another platform, as the original game launched in 2012 on Xbox Live Arcade and was published by Microsoft. What isn’t known […]

Amid Evil is the First-Person Shooter We Need in 2018

AusGamers “There’s an old saying that goes something along the lines of ‘they don’t make them like they used to’. A blanket statement that can, for better or worse, be applied to anything in the ‘make them’ field – including games. For the first-person shooter it especially rings true, without being limited to all the […]

Steredenn: Binary Stars Review – Space Schmup Excellence | Switch Era

Jack from SwitchEra writes: “Developed by Pixelnest, Steredenn: Binary Stars launches onto the Nintendo Switch and into a heavily contested field: the eShop schmup scene. There’s no lack of choice, so if you want to stick out you’ve got to bring your “A” game. One way Steredenn manages this is to implement rogue-like features. I’ll […]