5 Fantastic amiibo from 2019

With the Dark Samus and Richter amiibo just round the corner, I’d like to highlight what I think are some fantastic amiibo releases from the year just gone. This isn’t a recipe blog, so let’s get started right away.   King K. Rool amiibo If it’s textures you want, it’s textures you’ll get, and for … Continue reading

Steins;Gate 0 Switch Review – An Intriguing Sequel Set in a Gap in Time

This review will contain massive spoilers for Steins;Gate Elite, as the game itself starts out at the end of the original Steins;Gate. Steins;Gate 0 is a sequel to the astoundingly incredible Steins;Gate Elite but it is set just before the true end of the original game and because of timey wimey wibbly wobbly stuff, this … Continue reading

Steins;Gate: My Darlings Embrace Switch Review – A Light hearted Joy to Read

Steins;Gate: My Darling’s Embrace is a brand new chapter (in the West) in the Science Adventure visual novel series and Steins;Gate world however this isn’t a sequel rather a comedy spin off full of what if scenarios all made possible by the time travelling text messages; D-Mails.  For those uninitiated in the ways of Steins;Gate … Continue reading

Bee Simulator Nintendo Switch Review

Bee Simulator isn’t a simulator in your traditional sense, this is a game where you play as a bee out to save the tree that you call home, tucked away in a corner of New York’s Central Park.  Flying around is a joy to behold in Bee Simulator, it was the experience I never knew … Continue reading

Blacksad: Under the Skin Review – Switch

Blacksad: Under the Skin is a point and click detective game similar to Telltale Games outings like The Walking Dead and most of all, The Wolf Among Us. Like the Wolf Among Us, it is also based on a cult comic book series “Blacksad” which followed the story of John Blacksad an anthropomorphic cat man in late 1950’s America. The world of Blacksad is full of anthropomorphic characters including foxes, lions and reptiles.

Bee Simulator Launch Trailer and Details

Take a unique trip through Central Park in New York unlike anything you’ve experienced before, because you’re a bee. Bee Simulator is out now and was actually pushed back by nearly a year by developers VARSAV Game Studios to make sure it was the best it could bee. Within Bee Simulator you learn you a … Continue reading

Porsche Pack DLC Review for Gear.Club 2: One of the Best DLCs Ever!

It’s the final race of the Porsche series, I’m 1 point down starting in 2nd; it’s do or die. In one of the most thrilling races I’ve ever experienced in a video game there were 5 different leaders across the 7 minute race. I led into the last corner with the championship leader diving up … Continue reading

Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late[cl-r] New Trailer and Switch Release Date

With a name to make Capcom jealous the latest edition of French Bread developed Under Night In-Birth is coming to Switch. Everyone rejoice! Come February 20th we can play this amazing anime fighter with its unique GRD system giving bonuses for aggressive play. Check out the new trailer below.

Why Samurai Shodown Will be Best on Switch

Why? Because even SNK say so in the announcement trailer that can be seen below. Not to mention the obvious portablility of the Nintendo Switch. But the big selling point? The pre-order bonus is a fighting game classic no one’s played; Samurai Shodown 2 for the Neo Geo Pocket Color. Samurai Shodown takes place a … Continue reading

Super Street: Racer Switch Review: Aftermarket Car Tuning Heaven

Super Street: Racer by Team6 Game Studios is in their own words “a throwback to the old classic arcade racing games.” At the start of the game you get thrown into one of 8 hunks of junk (based on real world cars, I chose a 90s Honda Prelude lookalike) and gives you literally hundreds of … Continue reading

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