Infinite mini-golf is coming to Nintendo Switch

There’s yet another game coming to the Nintendo Switch in the form of Infinite Minigolf. The title is currently in Steam Early Access and will be coming to consoles sometime in the coming months from developer, Zen Studios. Infinite Minigolf features plenty of customisation options including course building and also customizing characters.infinite_minigolf_03


Super Mario Run has been updated to 2.1.0

Nintendo has released a new update for Super Mario Run on iOS and Android devices. The game is now at version 2.1.0, which adds some stuff. Among the changes is the addition of new buildings and an increase in the maximum number of Toads that can live in your kingdom. The update is 185 MB, so it may take some time to download. As for the full list of changes, it can be seen in the image below, so feel free to check it out.


Nintendo Tease Splatoon 2’s story with a prologue

During Nintendo’s recent Direct, the company teased elements of Splatoon 2’s story with a short trailer. However, they’ve now gone even further by releasing a short prologue to the game. Supposedly set months after the last Splatfest, Callie and Marie’s relationship is brought into question. It’s awesome to see the story follow on from the last game, few Nintendo games ever committing to this level of continuity. Check out the prologue below.

About nine months have passed since the final Splatfest.

Twilight lowers its curtain on Inkopolis. Neon signs paint the dusk in brilliant shades of green and pink. The Squid Sisters dance on, as though driven by the Inkling love of battling for turf.

Memories such as these linger, vividly etched in my mind, but feel too like remnants of a long-forgotten past.

It happened the night the final Splatfest came to an end.

The showdown of Callie versus Marie ended in victory for Marie, but there was no ill will between the two. The girls left the studio arm in arm, smiling and laughing as they always had. The bond between them would continue, unbroken, for years to come.

Or so it seemed at the time…

Animal Crossing Speedrunner defeats game in one day

A Twitch user named Coldeggman has managed to complete the original Animal Crossing for the GameCube in one day.

By completion, this means he has collected all items, found all bugs, fish, fossils and gyroids, along with upgrading his house and Tom Nook’s store. On top of this, he also donated every possible item to the museum, collected all of the villager statues and built the town’s extra bridge. All in a grand total of 22 hours, 49 minutes.

Unlike recent iterations of the Animal Crossing series, Animal Crossing for the GameCube allows you to input codes to unlock some of the items, which Coldeggman used to help him along. The use of codes certainly doesn’t make it any less impressive considering the amount of effort it takes to do all of the above in less than 24 hours.