With Gamescom taking place in Koln, Germany as per usually, it would be no surprise that we are getting more and more news! So while I am taking a break from beating siblings in Mario Kart 8 Deluxe and conquering overlord’s in Disgaea V Complete I figured we would take a moment to inform you all on the latest Switch news that I feel is prominent.
First up to bat is the news that Nintendo has FINALLY allowed PayPal to be used towards eShop purchases on the Switch. With gamers having been accustomed to using the payment service on a multitude of other platforms; its nice to see it arrive on the Switch. This should open up the door for gamers who want a little bit more security in their digital purchases and so on. This comes as a much needed change as many gamers, myself among them, have reported issues with payments being declined and accepted.
Over on second base we have the production staff from Square Enix teasing some great news for Switch Owners! Okay, they did say it rhymes with ‘Twitch’ and there are many other items I can think of, just I have a gut suspicion that they obviously mean the must have console of the decade. This will be MASSIVE news for support for a Nintendo Console in recent years. My hopes is that other larger publishing houses follow suit with Square Enix and adopt the Switch with slightly open arms.
And over on third we have a new Fire Emblem Warriors trailer and a release date! Okay, this one should come as no surprise, but I AM STOKED. A game that had me worried it would not see a 2017 release, is in fact getting one! The game is official slated to release on October 20th, 2017. This is a massive improvement over Nintendo’s prior attempts at releasing localized games in a timely manner. Koei Temco is leading the charge with their latest release in their ‘Warriors’ series of adaptations. If you love button mashers and the Warriors franchise of games, then this one is for you all.
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