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Some Nintendo Switch games don’t support cloud saves

If you have a Nintendo Switch, we’re pretty sure one of the things you love about it is you can save your game data to the cloud. This means, if for some reason you need to let go of the console or it freezes up on you, you can pick up where you left off with your games. Unfortunately, Game Informer discovered that some Switch games don’t support cloud save. They named Pokemon Let’s Go Eeevee & Pikachu and Splatoon 2. Nintendo reasons that these games don’t support the feature because of things like item trading and “fairness” when it comes to online play.

Nintendo says, “The vast majority of Nintendo Switch games will support Save Data Cloud backup. However, in certain games this feature would make it possible to, for example, regain items that had been traded to other players, or revert to a higher online multiplayer ranking that had been lost. To ensure fair play, Save Data Cloud backup may not be enabled for such games. To ensure that Save Data Cloud backups cannot be used to unfairly affect online multiplayer rankings, the feature will not be enabled in Splatoon 2.” While this seems reasonable, we’re not sure if everyone will be happy with this news. What do you think?


Nintendo Switch will get ‘Diablo 3’

It’s official. Diablo 3: Eternal Collection is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Blizzard Entertainment announced that this game, which comes with the Reaper of Souls and Rise of the Necromancer add-ons, will be available later this year for US$59.99 (almost CA$80). The game will come with a number of Nintendo-exclusive items, which will be unlocked from the start. These items are based on The Legend of Zelda and include a Ganondorf-inspired cosmetic armor, Triforce character portrait frame, Cucco pet (the chickens of The Legend of Zelda franchise), and a pair of Majora’s Mask-inspired wings.

Diablo 3 on the Switch brings the game experience to the console. You can play solo or in groups of up to four players online or via local wireless multiplayer modes. Up to four people can play on a single Switch console. The game will have everything from a full campaign, replayable Adventure mode, themed seasons, and seven character classes.

Source: Polygon


‘Shadow of the Tomb Raider’ won’t be coming to the Nintendo Switch

If you’ve been thinking that the upcoming Tomb Raider game is making its way to Nintendo’s hybrid console, we’re sorry to disappoint but it’s not going to be making an appearance anytime soon. Eidos Montreal lead game designer told GameSpot that they currently had “no plans” for a Nintendo version of Shadow of the Tomb Raider. Smith said he didn’t think the game suited the platform, despite him being a fan of the Nintendo Switch. All their efforts are on putting the game out for the PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is the third and last game in a trilogy reboot that started with 2013 Tomb Raider from Crystal Dynamics and followed by Rise of the Tomb Raider, which came out in 2016. Shadow of the Tomb Raider is expected to come out on September 14th.


‘Dragon Ball FighterZ’ will go on open beta on the Nintendo Switch in August

Bandai Namco announced in June it was going to launch Dragon Ball FighterZ on the Nintendo Switch on September. Now, the game publisher just announced it’ll be offering an open beta test for the game next month. Not much is known yet, but some of the details shared on the company’s US Twitter account talks about new local multiplayer features. Players will be able to fight two on to or one on one. There will also be an offline six-player Party Match mode. The game will officially launch on September 28th and those who preorder will get Dragon Ball Z: Super Butoden as a bonus. 

Source: Engadget