There’s a world of cuteness ready to be discovered and Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is the perfect little puzzle adventure to put a smile on a gamers face. This adorable title is back on the Nintendo Switch and this amazing hybrid console breathes new life into Toads treasure tracking story. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a perfect match for anyone searching to spend some memorable hours working their way through a fun loving puzzle game.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker on YouTube with Gigamax Games
The game doesn’t offer much of a challenge but the puzzles do make gamers think. Using trial and error, persistence, and a little luck, nothing will hold a player back from conquering any challenge in their way. There are so many unique mechanics that come to life through all the features Nintendo Switch brings to the table. Open valves, flip entire sections of map, do whatever it takes and get Toad to the end of the level.
Something special happens to any game that releases on the Nintendo Switch. Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is no exception. Having the option to play mobile or dock the Switch and play on the big screen brings Toad’s adventure to an entirely new level.
Thanking about picking up Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker? The playlist above shows off the core gameplay and even a boss fight! Make sure to take a look before spending the money.
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Pokemon: Let’s Go Brand New Trailer With Plenty of Details
Nintendo released a brand new trailer for their upcoming title Pokemon: Let’s Go. It showed off an impressive amount of new details for trainers to get excited about. The trailer, which those interested can watch below, bears the slogan “explore the Kanto region in a whole new way” and based on that short video, Nintendo certainly isn’t lying.
While the gameplay may be familiar to fans of the series, there is more visual detail packed into the world and sprites than players have ever seen before. It shows off trainers, both male and female, riding on the backs of select Pokemon such as Charizard, Onix, and Arcanine. There are short clips of battles and a look at how players will be able to customize and bond with both Pikachu and Eevee, the starters fans choose between depending on which version they buy. Much like in the more recent Pokemon titles, trainers will be able to pet and feed their monsters to keep their morale up.
Matching Pokemon Outfits? Yes, Please!
Players will have a variety of cosmetic choices to experiment with when customizing Pikachu or Eevee. Fans can choose between different hairstyles and clothing to personalize their Pokemon. The new trailer shows off Eevee in a charming blue hat and red bowtie combo, while Pikachu is looking sporty in a nice safari outfit. If trainers are feeling super close to their Pokemon, they can even wear matching costumes.
Along with basic trainer battles, players will be able to take on the original gym leaders. The trailer gave a brief look at both Brock and Misty, who fans of the original games should remember very well. Gamers will also be able to experience the game together. Co-op battling and trading with friends both online and locally will be available as well.
Pokemon: Let’s Go is meant to be friendly toward newcomers and fans of the long running series. Both those that started playing with the mobile game Pokemon Go or gamers that have been playing since Pokemon Red and Blue will all feel at home. The game features all of the original 150 Pokemon as well as their Alolan forms from Sun and Moon. However, instead of taking the traditional approach to capturing monsters, you simply acquire them by throwing stacks of Pokeballs at them just like in Pokemon Go.
Pokemon: Let’s Go is set to release on November 16th, 2018 and we’ll be sure to keep you up to date on all the information Nintendo puts out here at GigamaxGames.com!
Digital Extremes Announces Two Major Warframe Expansions
Warframe certainly came prepared with announcements for this year’s TennoCon, the expo that has been set up to celebrate the game. Fans were initially surprised to hear that the free-to-play ninja robot simulator would be heading to the Nintendo Switch. Digital Extremes followed this news up by unveiling the next major expansion named, Fortuna, which will take place in an open world setting on Venus. The update will add a new faction and expand the lore of the title. Another expansion that will build off of Fortuna will quickly follow it as well.
Warframe Continues to Grow
Fortuna is the follow-up expansion to the massive Plains of Eidolon update that released last November. The new faction making its way to the game is called Solaris United and is comprised of cyborgs who live in a debt-internment colony named, Fortuna, that feels heavily inspired by Blade Runner. Fortuna will serve as players hub city for the expansion much like Cetus in Plains of Eidolon. Fans of the co-operative shooter will discover a Venusian sci-fi landscape packed to the brim with seascape flora, giant mushrooms, rare creatures, and so much more.
Space Combat Is Coming
The second expansion that was announced for Warframe is Codename: Railjack, which will come sometime after the end of this year and will focus on space combat. Players will need to team up to pilot a spaceship and fill roles such as driving, weapons, and repairing/managing shields. The preview above gives a good look at how this new system will work in the game.
On top of all these announcements, Digital Extremes revealed that two new Warframes would be making their way into the game. For those that are unaware, these are the bio-mechanical suits players take control of to fight the alien menace.
Warframe is currently available on PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One. The game launched back in 2014, but has seen an amazing amount of post-launch support making it the fourth most popular game on Steam.
Those that follow the very popular anime series My Hero Academia will surely be pleased to hear that the upcoming action title based on the show has a confirmed release date for the West. Although, Bandai Namco has yet to reveal many other details on the unique anime game that is set for this year. My Hero One Justice will be available for PS4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC on October 26th, 2018. For a brief look at the game check out the release date reveal below.
The new trailer only shows a very quick look at gameplay but it certainly builds plenty of hype for fans of My Hero Academia. Bandai Namco described My Hero One Justice as an arena brawler where players can decide to take the hero or villain path on their mission for justice. Fans will be able to utilize the cast of heroes Quirks (superpowers) and call in two sidekicks to activate very powerful attacks that will use the environment to cause even more damage to the opponents. The game also includes vertical environments, as players are able to scale the sides of buildings and walls to get a better angle on enemies.
So Many Characters
My Hero One Justice will let fans of My Hero Academia choose between a ton of characters from the hit anime/manga. This includes Izuku Midoriya, Katsuki Bakugo, Tomura Shigaraki, All Might, and many other characters fans have grown to love (or hate). Each playable character also features an “Explosive Attack” that lets the hero use their Quirk in a big way. Pre-orders are not live for the game yet but will be up soon for interested buyers.
Those excited by the initial announcement feared that the game wouldn’t make it to the West at all due to the last game based on the anime, My Hero Academia: Battle For All, only released for the 3DS in Japan back in 2016. For more information on My Hero One Justice be sure to check back at GigamaxGames.com!
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is hitting the Nintendo Switch later this summer on August 28th, but fans around the world want to know if the recently released Monster Hunter World will ever see life on the console. According to a recent Q&A posted on the website Siliconera, Capcom answered the question after their most recent shareholders’ meeting.
Unfortunately, they have responded with a hard no on the subject. Although many were disappointed by the news, Capcom stated their reasons for not taking on the project. Apparently Monster Hunter World is literally too large for the the console. The company quickly reassured fans by saying that other Monster Hunter games might be in the works for the portable library.
Not All Doom and Gloom for Monster Hunter Fans
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate was the complete edition of the 3DS title Monster Hunter Generations. The title was mostly received well by critics and fans alike with many saying how pleased they were with the sheer amount of content that is in the game. Monster Hunter Generations added the Arts System, which was a new take on how hunters handled weaponry by adding special abilities to each tool.
Even though Monster Hunter World may not see a release on the Nintendo Switch, Capcom will continue their excellent support with additional in-game events, gear, quests, and monsters. The next event to hit the game, Summer Twilight Festival, will launch on July 13th for both PS4 and Xbox One and bring all new content for players to enjoy. PC owners can expect to see the game on their platform of choice this fall.
P.S.: We recently previewed the Japanese version of Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on the Switch. Gameplay is available now on our Youtube Channel. Be sure to head on over and give us your thoughts on the game!
Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido – Let’s Play Page
Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is a brand new IP from Nintendo. The game is exclusive to the Nintendo Switch and is a promising first step for the franchise. It looked like a joke at first but after putting some time in, the game has a lot to offer. RPG elements mixed with classic Nintendo themes makes Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido an absolute must play for any Nintendo fan.
Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido Gameplay on YouTube
For a game with a silly name, it’s stuffed with non-stop action. The combat is intense and fast-paced. Its colorful world is easy on the eyes and the overworld is simple and clean making for a streamlined progression system. Nintendo really knows how to catch gamers attention and Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido barrows a lot of entertaining elements from previously successful Nintendo titles.
Overall the game delivered in a way Gigs and Mack didn’t think was possible. The Gigamax Games crew wasn’t sold at first but after getting a chance to play, they changed their toon. Any Nintendo fan might want to put Sushi Striker on their lists of games to play. Don’t be fooled by the silly outward appearance of the title as it is actually a complete game worthy of any gamers time.
If anyone is interested in learning a little more about Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido before making the purchase, take a look at the gameplay above. It quickly becomes clear why the Gigamax crew is hooked.
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July is going to be an interesting month for video game releases. Remasters, new RPG’s, and some controversial games are making an appearance. With the recent conclusion of E3 2018, the world waits in anticipation for all the major blockbusters announced at the conference. However, sometimes all that coverage can cover up a hidden gem scheduled to release the month after the impressive event.
Don’t miss a thing with the July video game releases list below. The first 5 are the Gigamax Games July picks and the complete list is below the top 5.
Shining Resonance Refrain (PC, Switch, PS4, Xbox One) – July 10th
The upcoming Japanese RPG developed by Media.Vision and published by Sega was originally released on December 11th, 2014. Now, it’s coming back and this mystical adventure has another chance at life. Shining Resonance Refrain has an interesting and intricate backstory that has the potential to catch any fantasy game fans attention.
Earthfall (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – July 13th
Gamers that enjoyed the cooperative shooter, Left 4 Dead might have a hard time turning down a chance to play Earthfall. A team of 4 are pitted against hordes of aliens. Earthfall wants to bring back gameplay style the massive hit Left 4 Dead perfected. The story focuses on the government failed attempt to fend off an alien horde that landed on Earth in a meteorite. Average citizens have to answer the call and stand up for humanity.
Octopath Traveler (Switch) – July 13th
Square Enix brings the world their new adventure RPG, Octopath Traveler to the Nintendo Switch. Eight travelers are on a quest to explore the world of Orsterra, each has their own unique story to tell. The game company stated that no DLC will be coming to Octopath Traveler because the studio explained they are releasing a complete game. This is a bold claim in the current video game market as DLC’s have become commonplace. The main questline is expected to take between 50-60 hours or 80-100 hours of content if gamers explore all the side quests and search for everything else the game has to offer.
Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (3DS, Switch) – July 13th
Originally released on Wii U, those with a Nintendo Switch and the 3DS will have another chance to play Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker. New miniature courses based on the smash hit Super Mario Odyssey are included in the new Switch and 3DS version as well. The puzzle game is based in a visually stunning world that is sure to shine on the Switch. The hybrid console version will even include a two-player mode.
No Man’s Sky (Xbox One) – July 24th
Xbox fans will finally have a chance to try the highly controversial, No Man’s Sky. After its initial, massively criticised release, the team at Hello Games worked feverishly to address fans concerns and the Xbox One release has the potential to receive a much warmer welcome. Gamers know what to expect and along with all updates, Xbox One gamers have a lot more to do within the massive sandbox Hello Games created.
July 2018 Video Game Releases
Red Faction: Guerilla Remastered (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – July 3rd
Mushroom Wars 2 (Switch) – July 5th
Warhammer 40K Inquisitor – Martyr (PS4, Xbox One) – July 5th
MGXP Pro (PS4, Xbox One, PC) – July 10th
20XX (PS4, Switch, Xbox One) – July 10th / July 11th Hotel Transylvania 3: Monsters Overboard (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – July 13th
Sonic Mania Plus (Switch, PS4, Xbox One) – July 17th
Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 (PS4, Xbox One, Switch, PC) – July 24th
The Nintendo Switch is now home to Darkest Dungeon and besides the wacky menu system on the hybrid console, it’s extremely entertaining. This is one of those indie games that keeps on bringing people back. Known for its challenging dungeon crawling elements, the Gigamax crew wasn’t too familiar with the title. A request brought it back to the attention of Gigs and Mack so it was about time to explore the dangerous depths of Darkest Dungeons.
Darkest Dungeon Gameplay on YouTube with Gigamax Games
Caught off guard with the clumsy menu system the game uses for the Nintendo Switch, the intro to Darkest Dungeon was interesting, to say the least. After the crew got those hiccups out of the way, it was time to start slaying. Going in relatively blind, Gigs and Mack limped through a dangerous dungeon. It may not have been pretty but the Gigamax crew got the job done…. kinda.
The Future Looks Dark
Are you a fan of Darkest Dungeon? If so, be sure to leave a comment at the bottom of this page or on the video! The Gigamax crew is dying to release even more gameplay.
This will be the place to find all the latest Darkest Dungeon gameplay. Thank you all so much for taking the time to stop by this Let’s Play Page! It means the world to everyone here at Gigamax Games.
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Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is a Kickstarter stretch goal for Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night. Ritual of the Night will be a spiritual successor to Castlevania’s non-linear, RPG-style entries and it seems as though the world is excited to get their hands on it. Bringing in a considerable amount of attention, the developers promised an interim game, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon if one of their Kickstarter goals were met. Keeping their promise, PC and Switch gamers are now able to get their hands on the 8-bit Curse of the Moon.
Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon – Gigamax Games on YouTube
Holding true to the feel of an old-school Castlevania game, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is infectious. The simple yet exciting gameplay is addicting and challenging. It continues to bring the Gigamax crew back and the choice of difficulty makes it enjoyable for gamers of all skill levels. Whether someone is looking to breeze through an 8-bit masterpiece or if they are searching for their next challenge, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon is built to deliver both.
Graphics, Gameplay, and Indie!
The graphics are beautiful, especially for its 8-bit art style and the gameplay mechanics are all incredibly smooth. Overall the game is an enjoyable and exciting precursor to the full, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night which is expected to release this year. Any indie game lover on the PC or Switch might want to consider picking up Curse of the Moon if the wait for Ritual of the Night is becoming too difficult to bear. Beyond just holding gamers over, this game is an absolutely beautiful experience for anyone that enjoys this kind of 8-bit style non-linear RPG.
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Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate Coming To Switch This Summer
The Nintendo Switch title, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is making its way west this summer. This game is the same as Monster Hunter XX which released last year in Japan on the portable console. The upcoming online action RPG will be exclusively released on the Switch in both North America and Europe on August 28th.
We had the chance to play the Japanese version when it was first released on the Switch. Find gameplay below and learn how to pick up the untranslated version in the video below!
Unlock Monster Hunter XX for North American Switch & Gameplay
Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is an updated version of the popular series last appearance on the 3DS family of systems. Extra features include additional content, two new fighting styles, named alchemy and valor, a new Elder Dragon, and a brand new end game boss. Fans of the series will also be able to take on “G” ranked quests. Capcom says these new quests will feature tougher versions of the monsters players know and love.
Players that also own the 3DS version of the game will be able to transfer their save file over to Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on the Switch and continue playing with the hunters they have already built up. The game also adds the ability to control Hunter Arts with touchscreen inputs. Hunter Arts are powerful attacks that were introduced in the 3DS version of the title and allow players to activate devastating attacks. The game will also support both local and online multiplayer, which is nothing new for the series.
It’s About Time
Until recently, Monster Hunter XX was only available in Japan. The game initially launched on the 3DS last March and was ported over to the new system in August. Although the Switch version was a huge success for Capcom, the publisher said it had no plans of porting the game outside of Japan.
Like most of the games before it, Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate will be receiving cross-promotional content with Nintendo. The Japanese version of the game included an event that allowed players to earn Link’s Champion Tunic from Breath of the Wild. It’s been a great year to be a North American Monster Hunter fan. Monster Hunter: World is spectacular and now Switch owners will be able to pick up where they left off in Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate in August.