The game launched as a free-to-play title earlier this month, and it seems it's made a mark with Nintendo fans.
Willow is a new Outlander with supernatural powers, and we can even check into the haunted Oakdirge Lodge.
You can play this either alone or in co-op, and the new Conquest Map gives you plenty of challenges.
We already knew about The Outer Worlds, but that's far from the only game to keep us entertained.
The successful London Spitfire players have a new home, and join an all-Korean roster for 2020.
He's been on the roster for two years, but he's now saying goodbye to the team he's known since its birth.
The former Boston Uprising player has a new home as Outlaws continue to change things up.
The simulation game Youtubers Life surpassed a major milestone with $12 million in revenue and to celebrate, the game is getting a new DLC.
THQ Nordic recently announced the dates on which you can join Strife and Malgros' in battle.
The team is looking ahead to the 2020 season, and there are big changes coming in after 2019.
Sam is diving in to see how Blizzard's hero shooter fares on this new platform, trying out a selection of heroes and maps.
Players can get FUT kits, LED boards, and stadium dressings themed around the initiative.
We're also told that options are being explored for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One as well, joining the PC and Nintendo Switch versions.
That said, there are plenty of Switch titles in the top 10 when it comes to physical game sales in the UK.
The former LA Gladiators player has a new home as Outlaws continues to shake their team up.
Mortal Kombat 11 is getting new skins as Netherrealm Studios celebrate the spooky season.
The Switch just hit yet another major sales milestone, with 15 million units sold in the US alone.
The tale of the film series Ice Age's sabre-toothed squirrel Scrat continues with Ice Age: Scrat's Nutty Adventure.
Here's what you hardware you need in your PC to play Obsidian Entertainment's The Outer Worlds.
The departure details the third major change coming to the Texan franchise this off-season.
Reports circulated earlier this week about that not being the case, but it turns out those were false.
We've been playing the game, but there's a key reason why we haven't got our review just yet.
The side-scroller kicks the door down for PS4 and Xbox One first, before heading onto the Switch a few days later.
The mobile versions have just been released, so what better time to remind ourselves of the game's merits.
A PS4 version is also coming later this year, adding new content and endings to the dark narrative.