And Resident Evil! And Monster Hunter! And…The fallout from Capcom’s recent hack continues – we’re now seeing reports which appear to lay out the publisher’s release schedule for the next couple of years, and we have to admit, it reads like the most over-optimistic fan-made hoax we could think of.According to the document, if it is indeed legit, we’ll be getting sequels or remakes to some of Capcom’s most beloved properties over the next few years – including some franchises many assumed were dead and buried.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
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Cop a load of this.Here’s a fun fact for you: there isn’t a single person on this planet who can recite the titles of all 24 Need for Speed games in order. It’s actually physically impossible, like licking your own back or hearing the words “Hi, I’m Daisy” without getting irritated. While this ‘fact’ is open for debate, here’s one thing that isn’t: there hasn’t been a Need for Speed game on a Nintendo console since 2013 (Most Wanted U) and it’s about time that changed.Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit Remastered, as the name suggests, is a modern upgrade of the 2010 instalment of the series (the 16th one, if you were keeping count, which you weren’t). While Hot Pursuit was given the Nintendo treatment back in the day in the shape of a Wii ‘port’, it was actually a completely different game that had nothing to do with the Xbox 360 and PS3 versions. As such, title aside, this is the first time the ‘proper’ Hot Pursuit has been playable on a Nintendo system.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
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Hardware sales narrowly beaten by PS5.Famitsu’s Japanese chart figures are now in for 9th – 15th November, revealing that the Switch has had a very solid week despite the next-gen arrivals from Sony and Microsoft.In the software charts, Switch titles accounted for half of the top ten, with two new PS4 entries gobbling up the top spots. New entry Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin managed to just fend off Animal Crossing: New Horizons to be the best-selling game on Nintendo’s system this week.Read the full article on nintendolife.com
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