Splatoon 2 First Paid DLC

Looks like Nintendo is ready to add some fresh ink to their Splatoon 2 game, as they announced the first expansion for it, Octo.

It’s a single-player mode that casts you as an octoling named Agent 8 who has to make her way through 80 test facilities connected by a subway. Once you finish, you’ll get to play in multiplayer as an octoling.

This DLC will go for $20 USD and be out this summer. Before that the game will get an April free update which comes with new weapons, outfits, stages and a new X rank.

More Ports Coming to Switch

Nintendo is busy at work making new games for their Nintendo Switch device, but till they have something to release you need something to play right? At today’s Direct a slew of new ports are coming to the Switch:

  • Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker from Wii U and will hit Switch and 3DS July 13th.
  • South Park: The Fractured But Whole found on other consoles will hit the Switch on April 24th.
  • Okami HD will come to the switch sometime this summer.
  • Octopath Traveler will be due out on July 13th.
  • Undertale will be gracing the Switch at some point, leaving you all to have a really bad time with it most likely.
  • Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy will spin its way onto the Switch on July 10th.
  • Sushi Striker: Way of the Sushido, which was due out for the 3DS will now also come to Switch as well.
  • Little Nightmares is due out on May 18th for Switch.
  • Hyrule Warriors will be coming to Switch on May 18th.

A lot of these are found on other consoles, but will you get them again for the Switch? Let us know below or on the Gaming Latest forums.

Switch’s Online Service Launch Date



Nintendo didn’t give a direct today, but they been spitting out a bunch of tidbit info all night long. In their latest release, they announced the launch date of Nintendo Switch Online.


Nintendo confirmed it will go live on September 2018 with a yearly subscription rate of $20, or 3 months for $8 or just a month for $4 USD. No other details were given at this time.


So will you be paying for Nintendo’s online services? Which tier will you pay for if you do? Let us know in the comments or on the GL forum.

Mario Returns to the Big Screen



As indicated in the image above, Nintendo will be partnering with famous Despicable Me studio Illumination to bring you a brand new Super Mario animated movie.


Not much else is known other than Shigeru Miyamoto will be co-producing the project which means it should be faithful to the source material.

Pokemon Crystal Coming to eshop


Good news to classic Pokemon lovers, Nintendo announced today that Pokemon Crystal will be coming to the Nintendo 3DS eshop on January 26th 2018.

Pokemon Crystal will be compatible with the Pokemon Bank as well as have wireless trading and battling with the other 3DS Pokémon games.