Game & Watch: Super Mario Bros. Review

Two classic Nintendo products combine for the latest contribution to the mascot’s 35th anniversary. Game & Watch was the original catalyst for the handheld video game market, its devices becoming markedly popular throughout the 80’s (Game & Watch itself is celebrating its 40th anniversary). As cartridges became the norm rather than a single game per … Continue reading

51 Worldwide Games Review – a journey through gaming history

When you first launch 51 Worldwide Games, a toy human figure cheerfully tells you that life on Earth has always been about two things: survival and having fun. While we can argue that there’s more to life than these two pursuits, it’s probably true that games have been around as long as, well, life has. … Continue reading

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

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

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

Luigi's Mansion 3 Switch Review

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

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

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

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

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

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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