Animal Crossing Has Been Announced For The Nintendo Switch

Animal Crossing Has Been Announced For The Nintendo Switch

Animal Crossing was first launched way back 2001 where we have seen various iterations of the game since, with the most recent being Pocket Camp which launched on mobile, earning Nintendo a cool $50 million since. For those who want to play the game on a bigger screen, you’ll be pleased to learn that during Nintendo’s Direct presentation, the company has confirmed that Animal Crossing will be coming onto the Switch.

Unfortunately details about the game are scarce at the moment, but what we do know is that the game has been pegged for a release in 2019. Many gamers have been begging Nintendo to release Animal Crossing on the switch. After all it is one of the classic Nintendo titles, so it was weird when there was no announcements made when the Switch was announced, or during E3 2018 when the company announced a bunch of different games.

Nintendo Files New 'animal Crossing' Trademark

Nintendo Files New 'Animal Crossing' Trademark

Last year Nintendo launched Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp on mobile which is the latest addition to the Animal Crossing franchise. For those who enjoy this lighthearted and cute game, you might be interested to learn that Nintendo has filed for a trademark for a potentially new Animal Crossing game.

The trademark was filed in Japan, but based on the translation of the trademark filing, it describes the title as being "software for a home video game machine, portable electronic game machine, and smartphone devices." Given that we've already seen the release of Pocket Camp on mobile, we doubt that the next title will also be for mobile, and that perhaps we could be looking at a new Animal Crossing title for the Nintendo Switch.

Japan's Satellite Hinode Captures Epic Total Eclipse Crossing U.s.

Japan's satellite Hinode captures epic total eclipse crossing U.S.

The solar observational satellite Hinode captured images of the first total solar eclipse to unfold from coast to coast in the United States in a century on Aug. 21.

Photos of the once-in-a-lifetime spectacle were taken by an X-ray telescope on the Hinode for about 15 minutes while the satellite was passing off the West Coast, according to the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA).

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross Will Be Crossing Over To The Us Sometime In The Fall

Mitsubishi Eclipse Cross will be crossing over to the US sometime in the fallHere it is, Mitsubishi's latest effort to take a piece of the CUV pie, the Eclipse Cross. The crossover makes its official debut at the Geneva Show, and it looks just aggressive enough to be unique, but not so strange that it will scare away the average buyer. Most interesting are the aggressive cues cribbed from the XR-PHEV II Concept, like the forward-raked rear hatch, chunky rear fenders, and deep crease along the side.

'slam Dunk' Photo Op Near Kamakura Rail Crossing Draws Fans From Afar

'Slam Dunk' photo op near Kamakura rail crossing draws fans from afarA railroad crossing, which was used as a model for the setting of the anime "Slam Dunk," is enjoying newfound popularity among fans of the TV series, particularly from Taiwan.
On a clear autumn day last November, while many people were surfing off the Shonan coast here outside Kamakura Koko-mae Station, several tourists quietly snapped photographs at the crossing on the station's east side.

Nintendo Launches Animal Crossing Plaza On Wii U

Nintendo Launches Animal Crossing Plaza On Wii UAnimal Crossing fans are getting a new place on Wii U where they can talk about their towns and share images with players from all over the world. Nintendo announced the free Animal Crossing Plaza application during today's Nintendo Direct presentation. Nintendo also discussed a variety of other topics about Wii U and Nintendo 3DS games, including the debut of the Pokémon series on Wii U with Pokémon Rumble U and the story behind The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds for Nintendo 3DS.

Strong Animal Crossing: New Leaf Launch Helps Nintendo 3ds Repeat As Best-selling Platform

Strong Animal Crossing: New Leaf Launch Helps Nintendo 3DS Repeat AS Best-Selling PlatformNintendo 3DS sold nearly 225,000 units of hardware in June and finished as the best-selling video game system in the U.S. for the second consecutive month. A strong launch for Animal Crossing: New Leaf and the continued strength of Donkey Kong Country Returns 3D and Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon helped sales of Nintendo 3DS hardware and software increase by more than 40 percent and nearly 105 percent, respectively, over the same time last year.