Nintendo surely has a surefire success with its recently release Nintendo Switch.
It was previously rumored that the Nintendo Switch might get an "NBA 2K" game, but it might be a different version or maybe a spinoff.
"Shaq-Fu: The Legend Reborn", like The Legend of Zelda will be released on Nintendo Switch bringing good news for those who are waiting for the game's release soon on the console instead of the Wii U.
Nintendo recently held an investor discussion to talk about the company's market performance.
When the Nintendo Switch launched, gamers picked up the new console to experience some new games from Nintendo's established franchise.
While consumers and retailers have expressed their struggles with the restocks of Nintendo Switch consoles, reports have also noted that Nintendo is also encountering challenges of its own when it comes to these shipments.
Gamers still continue to encounter stock shortages of the Nintendo Switch since its launch last March.
Nintendo Switch may not yet be getting the rumored RPG. However, the Nintendo Switch is restocking in the US this week.
With over 2.47 million units shipped in just two months, the Nintendo Switch has certainly established its success in the gaming market.
In 2014, an Indiegogo project was introduced and surprisingly received around $485,000 in crowd-funding.
“The Witcher 3” may be ahead of the game but the game is similar to another open world RPG in several ways. In the meantime, the developers are porting one of their games on mobile.
"Splatoon 2", a third-person shooter video game created and published by Nintendo for the Switch is getting ready for the launch three months from now and it is expected that the many followers of the game are very excited to get hold of the game.
Before it was officially launched, the Nintendo Switch touted the ability to play together with a friend via a single console.
The Nintendo Switch gets its first update. Furthermore, more games are being ported on the latest console giving gamers a wider array of titles to play around with.
Nintendo Switch fakes are showing up on online retail stores. Nintendo is yet to respond but has already unveiled a new color scheme for its Joy-Cons.