Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy – Deluxe Edition Review – Switch

Back when the Layton series first released back in 2007, it went on to dominate and define the puzzle genre. The DS was a hit among casual gaming audiences and they welcomed a title that didn’t rely too heavily on twitch gaming reactions and more on cognitive ability. Professor Layton along with similar software titles like Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training were unique best sellers that highlighted the capabilities of the DS at the time.

Now two trilogies and many titles later, can the newest outing on Nintendo’s hybrid console stave off stagnation and reassert it’s puzzle gaming credentials and be a must own title in 2019?

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Super Street: Racer Launch Trailer and Details

The ultimate car customisation game is here for Nintendo Switch; Super Street (don’t say it, don’t say it): Racer. With an absolutely insane amount of real life after market parts for decking out your car, Super Street: Racer brings unparalled awesome options, over 500 parts in fact. Just check out the list below, AEM Performance … Continue reading

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Bubble Bobble 4 Friends: A Nostalgic Return to Greatness

Bubble Bobble is back baby! A long time ago on in an arcade far far away, Taito made a game featuring two chibi dinosaurs that blow bubbles, trapping monsters in them before stomping them to oblivion. With a 100 stages (to play through twice, once with a harder difficulty in multiplayer to unlock the true … Continue reading

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WRC 8 Nintendo Switch Review: Freaking Fantastic Fast & Fluid Rally Action

WRC 8 on Nintendo Switch is a realistic officially licensed rally simulation racing game, with all the official cars, teams and drivers. There’s over 100 stages across 14 rallies so plenty to race on. Let’s just start by saying the rallying is bloody awesome in WRC 8, on a fast rally like Finland the exhilarating … Continue reading

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Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Switch Review: A Digivolution of Classic Monster Taming

It’s fitting that the definitive version of the Digimon 20th anniversary game came out just in time for the West’s 20th anniversary. Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Complete Edition features not just one but both fully fledged well received Cyber Sleuth games to grace this console generation marking a return to digital monster taming and evolving … Continue reading

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Skullgirls 2nd Encore Nintendo Switch Review: the best Fighter with Joy-Cons

Skullgirls 2nd Encore is a cult 2D fighting game developed by the fighting game community for everyone really. Skullgirls can be as simple or complex as you want to make it, making it an excellent entry point for fighting games and has enough mechanics to keep veterans happy too. Skullgirls was largely crowdfunded though the … Continue reading

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Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review – Long Title, eh?

Twelve years after the series began, we’re still here. Mario and Sonic take to the track again – bringing a cast of characters with them – to compete in the Olympic Games. They’ve visited Beijing, London, Rio, Vancouver, Sochi, and now they travel to their country of origin: Japan. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic … Continue reading

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Luigi's Mansion 3 Switch Review

Luigi’s Mansion 3 Switch Review – Highly Polished, Ghost Bustin’ Nintendo Fun

Not specifically set in a Mansion as such, but rather a Hotel this time around, Luigi’s Mansion 3 sees Mario, Luigi, Princess Peach and a bunch of Toads set off on a holiday to stay in a fancy looking hotel. But all is not as it seems, as I soon discovered. Featuring some fantastic visuals, … Continue reading

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Dusk Diver Switch Review: A Taiwanese Anime Hack ‘n’ Slash

Dusk Diver is an anime styled hack ‘n’ slash set in the Ximending district in Taipei, Taiwan. You play as Yang Yumo a high school student thrown into a world of guardian deities (a mystical race called Kunlunians) and chaos beasts when she strolls into the alternate dimension of Youshanding and accidentally has a guardian’s … Continue reading

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YU-NO Switch Review: A Classic Visual Novel Remade

The godfather of modern visual novels YU-NO is all about the butterfly effect, how small decisions shape our future, so let’s start with a little history about this classic game and how it helped shape the future of visual novels. Originally released in 1996 on the Japanese PC-98 home computer as an adult game then … Continue reading

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