A curious case of multi-platform releases is that whenever a well-demanded platform like the Nintendo Switch is missing from those releases, people naturally demand them, of course, that’s not an easy task to perform, especially when you got a smaller team at hand. Recently, after the multiplatform console reveal of ‘A Hat in Time’, the development team behind it, Gears for Breakfast, have been met with those numerous requests by fans eager to play the game on the go, suffice to say, they have now clarified some things regarding the Switch port, have a read:
Hey everyone, thank you so much for your continued support for A Hat in Time!! A while ago, we asked our fans to make sure to let everyone know how much you care for the game, and you really have! Humble and Gears now have access to Nintendo Switch devkits. Unfortunately we won’t have time to touch the devkits for a while now that we’re SO close to release (October 5th). Additionally, we’d like to remind everyone that there are NO PLANS for additional releases until we make any kind of official announcement.
In summary, they recently obtained the dev-kits but are not able to work on the Nintendo Switch port with no plans to change that until further notice, since they are almost done with the development of the game on its long-awaited release of October 5, 2017. Suffice to say, we humbly cannot wait to see what this game has to offer.
ElectroCop is a third-person Adventure Game (!!!) with a Z-Axis (!!!!!) on the portable game console Atari Lynx, released in 1989 (!!!!!!!!!) and was one of the games Atari continuously showed off to promote the power of the Atari Lynx, and indeed it did. But just how does this game stand out today? Let’s find out in the review: Continue reading ElectroCop (Review – Atari Lynx 1989)
Mega Man II (Rock Man World 2 in japan) is the second Mega Man entry for the Game Boy released in 1992. This time Capcom has changed out the company who helped create the first game and have decided to work with Japan House Studio Corp for this latest entry. Will Mega Man II improve on the success that was Mega Man: Dr.Wily’s Revenge? Has this game stood the test of t- no, no it hasn’t. Let’s skip to the review: Continue reading Mega Man II (Review-GB 1992)
Mega Man is a franchise most people have at least heard of, but many don’t know that there were two parallel storylines between the console and handheld entries among the series’ output. Mega Man games on the Game Boy would use roman numerals in North American, African, and European releases (when applied) while in Japan the entries on the Gameboy were titled “Rock Man World”. The portable Mega Man games go from Mega Man 1-5 Continue reading Mega Man: Dr. Wilys Revenge (Review-GB 1991)