Bayonetta 3 Announced for Nintendo Switch

Announced yesterday during The Game Awards, Bayonetta 3 is coming to the Nintendo Switch, and it's an exclusive! As for the game itself, not much was announced other than a small reveal trailer, which you can watch below!

During The Game Awards, it was also announced that Bayonetta and Bayonetta 2 would be re-released for Nintendo Switch. Though only Bayonetta 2 will see a physical release, all copies sold will include a download code for Bayonetta.

But the fun doesn't end there. Finally, a Special Edition will be released alongside Bayonetta 2. This limited edition includes a physical copy of Bayonetta 2, a download code for Bayonetta, a SteelBook, three Bayonetta themed sticker sheets, 22 verse cards, and a poster.

Bayonetta 2 will be released in Australia February 16th, for a price of $89.95. The Limited Edition is also available on the same day for the price of $119.95. Whilst a release date for Bayonetta 3 has yet to be announced, we assume it will release sometime late next…

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Holiday Event Now Live, Ends 26/12/2017

The first Seasonal Event for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp has gone live, and you can now celebrate Christmas in game!

To kick things off, every player will receive a Santa Hat that will be sent to their Item Box once redeemed via the players Mail Box. Whilst this is the only freebie given to your directly, there are a number of other items you can obtain whilst you play around. By helping villagers, you'll start receiving Candy Canes, which you can use to start crafting limited edition Holiday Furniture. Shovelstrike Quarry also gives out Candy Canes if that's more your style. Collect enough of these Candy Canes and you'll be able to craft a tonne of new Christmas themed items!

Additionally, by completing special Time Goals, the player can also obtain the rest of the Santa Outfit, including the Coat, Skirt, Pants and Boots.

The event is live right now and will end on 26/12/2017, 11:59PM. If you enjoy this event and can't wait for the next one, or you simply don't have…

Here's What to Expect in Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Next Month

Animal Crossing is a game that follows real time events, so naturally the mobile adaptation would do the same. Data miners have been hard at work with the latest update to the game and have uncovered a number of new additions to be included in the game next month, and through to the new year.

First off, is the addition of 11 new villagers joining the game, being Antonio, Avery, Bluebear, Drake, Goose, June, Marshal, Mitzi, Phoebe, Raddle, and Vesta. Not only have these villagers been added, but so have their photos, and a new theme, titled the Rustic theme, which comes with a new Essene which will be used to craft the 70+ new furniture additions. As well as furniture, a new set of amenities will be added to the game to tie in with the new Rustic theme.

Those who play the game on android are in for a treat, as three exclusive clothing items have been added, that can only obtain by those who play the game on android. The three clothing items are two shirts featuring K.K. Slider and Isabel…

Mini Game for Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Mysteriously Pops Up Online

Whilst the game still hasn't seen an official release window outside of Australia, a peculiar new mini-game has popped up on the Japanese website, titled Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - Friend Finder, and it can be played right now!

Whilst it may be difficult to understand what the mini game is actually about, you can easily switch the language from Japanese to English at the bottom of the site, which gives us a full detailed description of what the mini game actually does. It seems you'll be able to receive 4 exclusive smart phone wall papers, and it also seems you'll be able to earn Platinum My Nintendo Points as well. You can read the full description of the mini game below:

Summary:  Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - Friend Finder is web browser content related to Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. You can discover the perfect animal pal for you by answering Katrina's questions.If you sign in with your Nintendo Account, you can also search for items in four separate maps with…

Food For Thought: Super Mario Odyssey - Review

Disclaimer: When reading this mini-review, keep in mind these are just my personal thoughts and ramblings on the game, as opposed to a full, in-depth review. This review also contains minor spoilers.

In a time that felt like it was revealed, and released within a month, October 27th gave us out next sandbox style Mario game. Now a few years ago, I would have been all over this. Any new piece of information, demo, trailer, presentation; you'd see me watching over it countless times, only to put it down, and then come back to it again the next day. But now, not so much. I pretty much went into this game blind, I only ever saw what they showed off in Nintendo Directs. Any Treehouse gameplay at E3, or demos, I didn't watch, at all... and maybe that's where some of my issues stemmed. Now I don't hate this game by any means, I really do love it, but I think the fact that I didn't take the time to research what the game was completely about before playing, hindered my expe…

Our Animal Crossing: City Folk Let's Play Has Officially Started!

As the next step in our journey, BidoofCrossing is pleased to announce their new YouTube channel - Bidoof Plays. This will be a YouTube channel where regular lets play videos will be posted, from a variety of different video games, meaning there should be something for everyone. To kick things off, the first lets play will be Animal Crossing: City Folk/Let's Go To The City, to tie in with the already Animal Crossing-established roots, but keep an eye out in the future where we'll be branching out to a bunch of different video game series.

If you want to check out the Let's Play, you can view the first part below, or you can check out the Playlist over at our channel

As always, thanks for the constant support. Stay tuned for future Let's Plays, and check out our Twitter and Tumblr for updates, and subscribe to our YouTube for more!

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp - My Nintendo Rewards

Whether intentional, or an accidental slip up, it seems some countries have access to the new Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp My Nintendo rewards. Currently, there are nine rewards you can redeem:

OK Motors Cap/Jacket: These are special clothing items that your character can wear. They will set you back 300 Platinum Points each, and are redeemable only once.5,000 Bells: In-game currency that can be used in the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game. Bells are used to pay back loans or purchase furniture and clothes. This will set you back 100 Platinum Points and can be redeemed infinitely.Wood/Steel/Cotton/Paper/Reserves: In-game items that can be used in the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game. Craft materials are used when ordering products from Re-Tail on the Road. These will cost you 50 Platinum Points and can be redeemed infinitely.50 Leaf Tickets: Leaf Tickets can be used in the Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp game when you don't have enough materials to craft something or when you use ho…

Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Announced, Coming Late November to Mobile Devices

Just announced in the Animal Crossing Mobile Direct is the latest instalment in the series, Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp! The Direct showcased numerous game play aspects of the game, set to release in late November (only a month away!)

Taken straight from the Official Website:
In Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp, it's up to you to build a fun campsite for you and your friends to enjoy. Stay tuned for all kinds of special events featuring some of your favorite animals!Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp is a game in which you build a cozy camp life with friends and your favorite animals. If you have played Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo, you might reconnect with more than a few old friends!Imagine arriving at a beautiful but empty campsite and meeting up with everyone's favorite helper, Isabelle. Then, out of the blue, she asks you to run the place! You can make the place your own by crafting furniture, amenities, and other fun items for your animal friends to interact with. Vis…

Animal Crossing Mobile Direct coming October 25th

After spending what feels like forever being tight lipped about the Animal Crossing Mobile app that was announced way back in April 2016, Nintendo have finally revealed they will be holding a Nintendo Direct focusing solely on the title. The Direct will air on October 25th, 2pm AEDST and is expected to be 15 minutes long. Let's hope the games release is not too far away!

Tune in on 25/10 at 2pm AEDT time for a Nintendo Direct focusing exclusively on the upcoming #AnimalCrossing title for smart devices. — Nintendo AU NZ (@NintendoAUNZ) October 23, 2017
Please note that Nintendo has already announced that the Direct will only focus on the mobile title, and will not include any information the Nintendo 3DS or Switch, so those of us who are waiting on the next main series title, sadly it seems we'll have to wait a little longer.

E3 2017 Nintendo Coverage

In the early hours of the morning, Nintendo held their Press Conference for this years E3 presentation, revealing some of their plans for the next year. You can watch their presentation below, but we've listed all the current reveals under the cut!