Nintendo have announced the Super NES Classic Edition will launch this September with 21 games, including one brand new title in Star Fox 2. The SNES mini will cost £79.99, and many retailers sold out of their pre-order allocation within minutes of the announcement.
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller will no longer be directing the Han Solo film. It’s news that we’re all too familiar with, after a flurry of similar creative conflicts in recent years.
It may not be as exciting as Mario or Metroid news, but Nintendo have released an update to the Switch that has some fairly interesting features. The Version 3.0.0 update will most likely automatically download, but failing that you can navigate to Settings > System > System Update.
IO Interactive, the studio behind stealth series Hitman, has confirmed they will be keeping the rights to the Hitman IP. They haven’t announced what they will be working on next, but in any case, it’s good to know we haven’t seen the last of everyone’s favourite follicly challenged assassin.
Even on a slow year, E3 never fails to disappoint. This year we were treated to the reveal of a new console, some long-awaited games and several exciting new IPs. The announcements have come through thick and fast, so to help you digest the week’s flurry of games news, here are the highlights from some of E3’s biggest press conferences.
Nintendo made clear ahead of time that their E3 Spotlight would focus on 2017 Switch games, leading us to expect a Mario-heavy presentation with little in the way of surprises.
Without major hardware to announce, this year’s Sony E3 press conference was all about the games. Here are seven highlights from Sony’s event.
Ubisoft’s conference was a strong display of creativity and a real celebration of the talent behind the studio. Despite the excessive leaks around certain projects, Ubisoft still had a few surprises up their sleeves. Here are some of the night’s biggest moments.