Overwatch players have been waiting for more than a year for Doomfist — a character teased all the way back in the game’s original cinematic trailer — to be added to the game as a playable character and their wish as finally been granted.
Omar Cornet, a developer for (and founder of) Lizardcube, recently uploaded an old Rayman SNES prototype to Dropbox, according to Kotaku. All you’ll need is a Super Nintendo emulator, and you’ll be experiencing an early build of the never-before-released Rayman in no time.
Nintendo started the week off with a bang yesterday with the announcement of the SNES Classic Edition, which will include 21 of the best Super Nintendo games ever made. One of the biggest differences between the SNES Classic and last year’s NES Classic is that the former system will ship with two controllers as opposed to one. Of course, anyone who got their hands on the NES Classic knows that one of the system’s biggest design flaws was its ridiculously short controller cords, which were only an absurd three feet in length. Fortunately, it appears that Nintendo is well aware of this problem and the SNES Classic will not have the same issue.
Following reports of its existence over the weekend, Nintendo has confirmed that the long-rumored Super Nintendo Classic is very much real. It’s coming out on September 29 for $80 ($100 CAD) and will include 21 games, including Star Fox 2, which was never officially released!
Although it’s unclear when Nintendo will make an official announcement, multiple sources are reporting that the company has confirmed the existence of the SNES Classic Edition, the long-rumored follow-up to last year’s highly popular (and hard to find) NES Classic.
Abhishek Singh recreated the entire first level of the original Nintendo classic Super Mario Bros. He filmed the experience using Microsoft Hololens at New York City’s Central Park.
If you were attached to the original voice over performances in Resident Evil 2, you may not like the latest news about the upcoming remake of the game.
Nintendo has released the first major system update for the Switch since the console’s launch, version 3.0.0, which comes with a host of fixes and improvements to the console and menus.