Nintendo is really pushing it this year with lots of games and more. Today is a sweet little list of games and other things you’ll get to pick up. The list has been provided below.
We’ve seen some pretty awesome games on the Nintendo Switch, with many of the main releases getting stellar reviews from our writers. However, many are still wondering what Nintendo plans for the future of its online services, being that they announced to be moving towards a premium model. Following in the footsteps of Xbox Live and PlayStation Plus, Nintendo’s service can be bought mo...[Read More]
Desperate for recovery from a strange illness, Stan agrees to a unusual test that has him exploring a surreal, neon world. Phantom Trigger is a new project being published by Tiny Build and is being developed by the two man team, Bread Team. Players will control Stan as he hacks and slashes his way through pixelated enemies in a weird environment, meeting quirky characters and exploring his psyche...[Read More]
The big Global Test Punch has been active at various times this weekend, giving players a pretty solid look into what they can expect from ARMS. ARMS is the latest new intellectual property from Nintendo, a company that is pretty well known for sticking to its guns with its major franchises. While ARMS has a focus on using the Switch’s motion controls, there are plenty of ways to play and I&...[Read More]
Last year at PAX East, I encountered a difficult game that I immediately fell in love with, Thumper. Something about this difficult, rhythm-based game hooked me and wouldn’t let go, while it was constantly punching me in the face. I loved it. Naturally, when it was announced for the Switch, I was thrilled and curious. This meant I could take it everywhere to play, but how well could it be executed...[Read More]
Viz Media (everyone’s favorite Manga distributor) has acquired the rights to the Splatoon manga, slated to arrive later in 2017. This follows the trend of other Nintendo series making the jump to the manga medium like the Legend of Zelda did years ago.
Unless you have been living under a rock, you know what Minecraft is, for better or for worse. Either it’s that game that you can just mindlessly play for hours, the game you can use like digital legs, or it’s that stupid section of F.Y.E. or Walmart where children obsess over the game they waste their lives with. For me, it’s the game that I sat up until 4:00 AM with my friend in college wa...[Read More]
T-Spins. 3-1 Stairs. These are just a couple terms that meant nothing to me before I began Puyo Puyo Tetris on the Nintendo Switch for the first time. Soon thereafter, I couldn’t stop chasing these elusive terms that, when completed, earned you a ton of points and helped raise your score just that much higher. Puyo Puyo Tetris is a game that is easy to understand, but if you let it, will be a game...[Read More]
Well, the internet has been set ablaze from the headlines that created tons of reactions from all sorts of people. Nintendo recently announced that it had discontinued production of the NES Classic Edition, at least in North America. While there is no word yet if this is the case globally, many consumers have shown their anger towards this announcement. This is where I hope to shed some light on t...[Read More]
It goes without saying that the Nintendo Switch launch line up was a bit dry other than the monumental success that was Breath of the Wild. Yet, there was another game that was a must have on day one for a lot of my retro gaming buddies, Super Bomberman R. Now, Bomberman has always been a series I have known about, but I didn’t really get into much other than playing it back in the day on th...[Read More]
A few weeks back, I covered the announcement of Snake Pass coming to Switch. Even then, I could tell that this would be a game right up my alley, so I jumped at the chance for a demo at PAX East. For this demo, I played the Nintendo Switch version using the Joy-Con Grip controller, while others played the other platforms around me. Sitting next to me through the entire demonstration was none other...[Read More]