The class of 2021 was recently revealed for the World Video Game Hall of Fame, and this batch includes another hit Nintendo game. Read on for more.
As Summertime approaches both in real life and on your island escape in Animal Crossing: New Horizons, UNIQLO and the Nintendo Switch game have teamed up to bring island style to the real world and UT's well-known designs to the video game. Get your shop on past the jump!
It's been almost a year since the March 20 launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Switch, and Nintendo is preparing to celebrate with a free update on March 18. Read on for details.
The first full Nintendo Direct since September 2019 streamed live today, revealing a slew of upcoming titles that will be released for the Nintendo Switch in the upcoming months and beyond. Go past the jump to see our full coverage of the stream and all the latest from the Kyoto-based video game giant!
The next Animal Crossing update launches on January 28, bringing with it the colorful Festivale event along with new Reactions, new clothing, and special seasonal items at the Nook Stop. Read on for details.
Japanese gaming giant Nintendo revealed the top 30 most downloaded games were in 2020 for Japanese players on the Nintendo Switch with no surprise at what topped the list, but some interesting games beating out the heavy hitters that usually rank at the top. Jump up and grab your superstar past the jump to learn more!
As tumultuous as 2020 was, that didn't stop everyone from tweeting about video games… a lot. According to data from Twitter, there were over two billion tweets made about games over the course of the year, so let's see what everyone was talking about after the jump.
Dionne Warwick has been on Twitter 2012, but it wasn't until recently that she really started having fun on the platform, learning about everything from diversity and inclusion to the strange allure of Animal Crossing. Read on for more.
Every year, Google breaks down the most searched terms for the past year for each country, and for 2020 it’s no different. For Japan, topping the list are the usual suspects from the current state of the world right now, but surprisingly (or maybe not?) sneaking their way onto the main ranking list was both Demon Slayer and Animal Crossing. See the full list after the jump!