New Pokémon Snap is an incredible Pokémon-themed photography game for the Nintendo Switch. It was the sequel to the original game Pokémon Snap, with tons of additional features. From new worlds to difficult challenges, New Pokémon Snap offered hours of gameplay to enjoy. 

While New Pokémon Snap has been out for a while (with DLC included), fans have been wondering about what is going on with Pokémon Snap. It was one of the titles that was previously announced months ago when Nintendo Switch started putting in Nintendo 64 games into the digital library. Which begs the question – when will Pokémon Snap land onto the Nintendo Switch? 

Well folks, the wait is finally over. 

Pokémon Snap is finally coming to the Nintendo Switch! Play the series that started it all with Pokémon Snap. Visit Pokémon Island and take pictures of many Pokémon nearby. Some Pokémon in the game include Pikachu, Charamander, Zubat, Snorlax, Growlithe, Vileplume, and many others. The game will be available this Friday June 24th

Soon you will be able to own both New Pokémon Snap and Pokémon Snap on the Nintendo Switch. So now if you have played enough of New Pokémon Snap, then you can switch over to the original Pokémon Snap game as well. Both games feature tons of Pokémon to find in different parts of the map. 

With that, Pokémon Snap is coming to the Nintendo Switch on Friday. You will be able to get both New Pokémon Snap and Pokémon Snap all within the same console. Whichever game you choose, both make for an excellent game to play.  

Get your camera ready, because more Pokémon will be coming as Pokémon Snap comes to the Nintendo Switch on June 24th


There are instances where a new series or movie comes out with one or more new actors or actresses. The audiences then obsess over these new characters for days, weeks at a time. And then there are times where a series will re-introduce an old hit song as part of the story. That is EXACTLY what happened for a classic 80s song in season 4 of Stranger Things.

 During the fourth season, we learn that Max’s favorite song she listened to a lot was ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ by Kate Bush. The eerie art-pop tune was a major hit when it came out on August 1985. Stranger Things featured the song multiple times in the series, becoming easily recognized in the series. 

In fact, it became a lot more than that.  

After the song was used on season 4 of Stranger Things, Kate Bush now holds the record for the longest time ever for a single to reach #1. She is also the oldest female artist to top the charts. Besides that, Bush also holds the record for the longest gap between No. 1 singles.  

Three shattering records broken all through one popular Netflix series. A classic 80s hit ended up climbing up to the top decades later. This is certainly an achievement for both Kate Bush and Stranger Things. Its intriguing scenarios like these that help both the music artist and TV series alike.  

With that, Kate Bush’s hit ‘Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)’ is instantly a hit. All thanks to the hit sci-fi series Stranger Things on Netflix. A popular show helped bring a classic song back to life, helping out both parties in the process. 


Atlus has been busy celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Persona series. The celebration started last September and is expected to go till Fall 2022. Over twenty-five years and twenty games since the original release of Revelations: Persona and the Persona series is still going strong. 

These days, Atlus has some major announcements set for Persona. One big news is that some of the best Persona games have become so popular that they will be making their return on the new consoles.   

Persona 5 Royal, Persona 4 Golden, and Persona 3 Portable are set to release on the latest gaming consoles. They will be released on the PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, PC, and even Xbox Series X/S. Persona 5 Royal will first launch on October 21st of this year followed by Persona 4 Golden and Persona 3 Portable.    

2022 will be quite the year for the Persona series. Three popular titles (Persona 4 Golden, Persona 5 Royal, and Persona 3 Portable) are slated to be brought back into the newer consoles. And that is just ONE of the various news happening for the franchise. No word yet if they will head to the Nintendo Switch; but then again, anything is possible.


With that, three great Persona games are coming back to the PlayStation, PC, and Xbox consoles. This just one of few big news for the Persona franchise as it celebrates its 25th anniversary. When a great game (or series of games) is brought back, it will come back even better.