TT Isle of Man 2 Ride on the Edge Nintendo Switch Review

The Isle of Man TT is the most dangerous motorsport race in the world for a reason. The 37.73 mile course consisting of 219 turns has tragically taken the lives of over 250 riders. Through TT – Isle of Man 2: Ride on the Edge you get to ride the thrilling Snaefell Mountain Course. Developed … Continue reading

Spirit of the North Review – Switch

One setting that certainly evokes a strong feeling of melancholy is the ruins of an older civilization. Wandering through places that were once whole and full of life, only to wither into nothingness – whether it’s due to some catastrophic event or gradual decline – can induce a certain sense of existential sadness, and curiosity … Continue reading

Streets of Rage 4 Switch Review – The Stuff Dreams are Made of

The iconic beat ’em up of the 90s is finally back after a 25 year wait. Wow that makes me feel old. Axel, Blaze, Adam and pals are back with avengence in Streets of Rage 4. Created by Dotemu; experts in bringing back lost gaming IPs, Lizardcube; beholders of beautiful hand drawn graphics as seen … Continue reading

MotoGP 20 Switch Review – The King of Motorbike Sim (updated for the patch)

2020 is not only the year of eSports thanks to a very unwelcome virus but also it is year of the team creator in official motor racing games. MotoGP 20 has landed and has a monumental amount of improvements for a yearly game. After the huge physics, graphics, gameplay, controls and AI improvements from 18 … Continue reading

Super Pixel Racers Switch Review – A Top Down Racer as Fun as the Classics

I do love a good top down racer and the Switch already has two good examples but neither of them are a throwback to amazing retro action; enter Super Pixel Racers a retro styled racer previously released on other consoles that has finally made its way to the Switch courtesy of publishers H2 Interactive. The … Continue reading

Cat Girl Without Salad Switch Review – Funktasmical Shump Action to the Max

Back in 2013 developers WayForward always having a great sense of humour unleashed the ultimate April fools; Cat Girl Without Salad, the side scrolling shooter x pretty much every genre imaginable. Just over 3 years later the joke turned to reality when a short game was released as a part of Humble monthly. Now 7 … Continue reading

Billion Road Switch Review – Buying up Japan Boardgame Style

Ever heard of sugoroku games? No? Well that’s because you can’t get many in the West, Mario Party is the only really popular one, the Dokapon games have a cult following too but now we have Billion Road on Nintendo Switch. A sugoroku game is a lot like a video game of monopoly with mini … Continue reading

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 Switch Review

The latest in a gigantic library of Koei Tecmo developed musou action games is here; One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 and it is one huge and exhilarating beast. Published by the good folk at Bandai Namco: lords of the anime games; this is probably the best One Piece game. Rare for an anime game the … Continue reading

My Hero One's Justice 2 Switch Review – Ultra Superhero Action

My Hero One’s Justice 2 (OJ2) is the second My Hero Academia game and is a 1 on 1 3D arena fighter. Based on the manga that is set in a world where 80% of the population have quirks (super powers) and now heroes fight to keep the public safe from villains. The story starts … Continue reading

DEAD OR SCHOOL Switch Review – Mutant Murdering Action at its Best

Have you ever wondered what it’d be like if Borderlands was actually a Japanese side scrolling action RPG with added swords, where you play as a wannabe school girl? Well my friends wonder not because Marvelous and Studio Nanafushi have heeded your calls with DEAD OR SCHOOL. After losing a war with mutants, the human … Continue reading

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