Pictoquest: The Cursed Grids Review – Switch

From Nanopiko, a team of only 3 people, one of the best Picross Games I’ve ever played in 10 years! I have been playing Picross games since I was roughly 17. There is something about it that just switches on my brain and makes me want to play that one more level.When I heard about … Continue reading

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Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review – Switch

Review - Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order

As a self proclaimed huge Marvel fan, with a healthy obsession for the movies and a love of the comics, artwork and various cartoon TV series I was surprisingly less than overly excited for this brand new Nintendo Switch exclusive initially. Developed by Team Ninja, the acclaimed makers of the Ninja Gaiden and Dead or … Continue reading

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NS Review – Fire Emblem Three Houses (Switch)

Fire Emblem is back baby! Out for its first venture into a Nintendo home console since the Wii and this time as a school based RPG, because they’re all the rage. The twist? You are the teacher not the student. Fire Emblem Three Houses is set in the land of Fódlan where there are three … Continue reading

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NS Review – Trine 3: The Artifact of Power

Having never played any of the previous instalments in the Trine series before, I was instantly allured by the wondrous medieval, fantasy-like scenery. Developed by Frozenbyte and initially released in 2015, this 3D puzzle solving platforming adventure game finds its way onto the Switch, following in the footsteps of the previous two titles that launched … Continue reading

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Obsidian Entertainment Speaks Up About the Nintendo Switch Version of The Outer Worlds, With a New YouTube Video!

Obsidian Entertainment have been making the big news with their new title: The Outer Worlds, a spiritual successor of Fallout 4.The game tries to combine everything that was good in Fallout since chapter 3 and ties it all together with brand new ideas and more than one world to explore, in a lush environment and … Continue reading

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The Hero from Dragon Quest causes Controversy for Competitive Smash

Does RNG have a play in competitive gaming?

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Nintendo launches new “Game Trials” programme, exclusively for Nintendo Online membership owners.

When Nintendo announced their own take on online memberships, not everyone was happy. The service, even if cheap, didn’t offer much more than what we already had for free: no messaging, no achievements, only a handful of to NES games to barely justify the price.Nintendo promised to keep adding content to their offer tho and … Continue reading

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NS Review – Red Faction: Guerrilla ReMARStered (Switch)

Imagine being young and given a toy hammer, the freedom to destroy everything you like in a huge massive world built with Lego blocks. This is what playing Red Faction: Guerrilla reMARStered feels like, a remastered port of the original 2009 title, released for Ps3 and Xbox360. The year is 2075. Earth has exhausted its … Continue reading

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NS Review – Super Mario Maker 2 (Nintendo Switch)

I’m a big fan of Super Mario Maker, I’ve sung high praise for the series since the Wii U release, and the announcement of the Switch version got that hype train rolling fast for me. Fast forward through some trailers, E3, and a demonstration of the game at the post-E3 event, and Super Mario Maker … Continue reading

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Post E3 Hands On With Pokémon Sword & Shield, Link’s Awakening, Luigi’s Mansion 3, Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3, and Mario & Sonic at The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (Nintendo Switch)

Look, I won’t keep you on the intro. E3 happened recently and Nintendo presented some strong contenders- I had the privilege of experiencing many of these titles first hand, and I’m excited to share my thoughts on them with you. One quick disclaimer before I dive in; many of these demos were not final builds … Continue reading

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