Super Smash Bros Ultimate

24 Jun 19
The Amiibo Doctor

Cloud’s Ness, Super NES, has recently claimed his tenth tournament win. This makes him probably the most well-trained amiibo of all time, considering his hefty number of tournament victories in both Smash 4 and Ultimate. While we’re all hoping it doesn’t go to his head, there’s something more interesting and important at play here. Take note of […]

24 Jun 19
GeekWire

Memes do come true. Josh Cashman’s meteoric rise from football fan to Twitter video star took another turn on Monday as the college student officially became a part of the creative team promoting Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Wilson tweeted that Cashman — or @CableThanos_ on Twitter — would be joining the productions family at […]

24 Jun 19
Metro
The third biggest launch of the year, after Days Gone and Resident Evil 2 [metro-fact-box title=”UK individual formats chart – 22 June” colour=”blue” icon=”graph” size=”full”] 1 (-) Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (PS4) 2 (-) Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (NS) 3 (-) Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled (XO) 4 (4) Forza Horizon 4 (XO) 5 (1) Days Gone (PS4) 6 (2) FIFA 19 (PS4) 7 (7) Red Dead Redemption II (PS4) 8 (9) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (NS) 9 (6) FIFA 19 (XO) 10(16)Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NS) Ukie Games Charts©, compiled by GfK Chart-Track [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”Japanese console chart – 16 June” colour=”pink” icon=”graph” size=”full”] 1 (-) Doraemon: Story Of Seasons (NS) 2 (2) Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NS) 3 (3) Minecraft (NS) 4 (4) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (NS) 5 (6) Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu!/Let’s Go, Eevee! (NS) 6 (9) The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild (NS) 7 (7) Splatoon 2 (NS) 8 (8) New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (NS) 9 (12)Super Mario Party (NS) 10(14)Monster Hunter: World (PS4) (C)2019 Enterbrain, Inc. All rights reserved. [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”U.S. all formats chart – May” colour=”grey” icon=”graph” size=”full”] 1 (1) Mortal Kombat 11 (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 2 (2) Days Gone (PS4) 3 (-) Total War: Three Kingdoms (PC) 4 (-) Rage 2 (XO/PS4/PC) 5 (6) Grand Theft Auto V (360/PS3/XO/PS4/PC) 6 (5) Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NS) 7 (R) Red Dead Redemption II (XO/PS4) 8 (3) MLB The Show 19 (PS4) 9 (R) Minecraft (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 10(9) NBA 2K19 (XO/PS4/NS/PC) The NPD Group/NPD Funworld [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”GameCentral Top 20 – 2018″ colour=”green” icon=”graph”] 1. God Of War (PS4) 2. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NS) 3. Celeste (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 4. Return Of The Obra Dinn (PC) 5. Into The Breach (NS/PC) 6. Astro Bot: Rescue Mission (PSVR) 7. Monster Hunter: World (XO/PS4/PC) 8. Red Dead Redemption II (XO/PS4) 9. Tetris Effect (PS4) 10. Monster Boy And The Cursed Kingdom (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 11. Frostpunk (PC) 12. Forza Horizon 4 (XO/PC) 13. Overcooked! 2 (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 14. Dragon Ball FighterZ (XO/PS4/PC) 15. Yoku’s Island Express (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 16. Moss (PSVR/PC) 17. Minit (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 18. Firewall Zero Hour (PSVR) 19. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 (XO/PS4/PC) 20. Dead Cells (XO/PS4/NS/PC) The chart above lists our best reviewed titles of 2018, not including remakes, remasters, expansions, re-releases, compilations, games not yet released in the UK, or versions of games previously released on other formats. [/metro-fact-box] [metro-fact-box title=”Readers’ Top 20 – 2018″ colour=”orange” icon=”graph” size=”full”] 1. God Of War (PS4) 2. Astro Bot: Rescue Mission (PSVR) 3. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (NS) 4. Red Dead Redemption II (XO/PS4) 5. Celeste (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 6. Marvel’s Spider-Man (PS4) 7. Into The Breach (NS/PC) 8. Divinity: Original Sin II Enhanced Edition (XO/PS4) 9. Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (XO/PS4/PC) 10. Far Cry 5 (XO/PS4/PC) 11. Yoku’s Island Express (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 12. Hitman 2 (XO/PS4/PC) 13. Call Of Duty: Black Ops 4 (XO/PS4/PC) 14. Moss (PSVR/PC) 15. Beat Saber (PSVR/PC) 16. Hollow Knight (XO/PS4/NS/PC) 17. Shadow Of The Tomb Raider (XO/PS4/PC) 18. Tetris Effect (PS4) 19. Forza Horizon 4 (XO/PC) 20. Monster: Hunter World (XO/PS4/PC) [/metro-fact-box] Email gamecentral@ukmetro.co.uk, leave a comment below, and follow us on Twitter
24 Jun 19
Murder By Text

I wanted to play super smash Bros ultimate not undress the guest

23 Jun 19
NintendoSoup

During E3 2019, Nintendo revealed that Banjo-Kazooie would be heading to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, after years of fan requests. While western fans lost their collective minds over the bird-and-bear, some might be wondering: how did Japanese gamers react to Banjo? Thanks to Legends of Localization, we now have a better idea of their responses, […]

23 Jun 19
DReager1's Blog

It’s time to take a look at what it means to be a good main character. There are a lot of qualities that you need to have to be a quality lead and it’s a very broad subject. There’s no way I can tackle literally every part of this equation, but I will at least […]

23 Jun 19

Japanese Nintendo

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Tourney Magazine Advert Another full page magazine advert for the Dairantou Smash Bros. SPECIAL (Super Smash Bros. Ultimate) tournament for elementary school students, taken from the latest issue of Weekly Famitsu. This as appears the same as last week’s, but check out the ad from the week before here. Order physical copies of the magazine here and […]

23 Jun 19
NintendoSoup

Furious fists! Flashy finishers! In this review, we catch up with last year’s Switch release of Dragon Ball FighterZ (DBFZ) – and look back to see if it still lives up to the series’ long-running legacy. Accessible Action, Egregious Explosions The Dragon Ball franchise is no stranger to fighting games, with Dragon Ball Z: Budokai […]

23 Jun 19
Archy Worldys

Sony was not at E3 this year, and may never be back. However, Xbox and Nintendo, both of which were at their usual capacity, maintained their position in E3 2019 in either shape or form. That's right, according to Twitter data, Nintendo what's the most talked about publisher, Xbox was second, and PlayStation was third. […]

23 Jun 19
Videogames

In the 80s, the first brand, ATARI, brought out the successful console Atari 2600 (Atari VCS [Video Computer System]) in 1982, their games were contained on ROM cartridges which were interchangeable. This console was designed to play at home, using only a television set and an electrical. At that time the arcade machines were becoming […]