Dragon Quest Monsters Classic is Breeding its Way to Switch

When I was a wee lass and Pokémon Red and Blue craze was just beginning to dip a friend said I have this game that’s like Pokémon but even better. Flabbergasted I did what any sane 12 year old would and went and downloaded a copy to try out on my PC (because we thought … Continue reading

Pokémon Centre Nintendo Store to Open in London

That’s right folks, the first Pokémon Centre in Europe is opening in Westfield Shepherd’s Bush (not Westfield Stratford) this October reader for the release of Pokémon Sword and Shield this November. Get all your Pokémon merchandise, take pictures of the awesome products and store itself as it’s not everyday you can go to a Pokémon … Continue reading

Turok 2: Seeds Of Life returns from the past on Nintendo Switch!

The original Turok 2 was first released in 1998 on the glorious N64 by Acclaim and was an improvement in almost every way over the previous game. The first Turok was remastered and released on consoles last year, with the Switch version released later march 2019.Ported by Night Dive Studios, it was an impressive remaster … Continue reading

Pokémon Uranium Download Link

Pokémon Uranium the fan made entirely new Pokémon game that Nintendo shut down is still available here. Pokémon Uranium is well worth playing for any Pokémon fan and is surprisingly good even if the animations are omni janky. Some of the new Pokémon are really cool and they even made new evolutions for existing Pokémon … Continue reading

NS Review – StarFox 2 (SNES Mini)

Retro, in all of it’s senses, is having a bit of a revival in recent times. What with the rise of indie developers taking retro styles or gameplay as centre stage in their games and the success of the Nintendo Classic NES Mini, it’s a good time to be old school. Now, the highly anticipated … Continue reading

NS Review – Nintendo Classic SNES Mini

It has been a while in coming but it is almost here, Nintendo’s latest miniaturised nostalgia machine is upon us. I’ve been privileged enough to spend time playing around with the new Nintendo Classic SNES Mini the last few weeks, testing out all of it’s 21 pre-loaded games and exploring all of the features of … Continue reading

NS Preview – Nintendo Classic SNES Mini

Following on from the success of the Nintendo Classic NES Mini, rumours began to circulate about the possibility of a successor. So when the announcement of the Nintendo Classic SNES Mini came out, the public began frothing at the mouth, especially as the successor was billed to have the previously unreleased StarFox 2 playable for … Continue reading

SNES Classic Mini Announced and Set for September Release!

As of 5pm BST today, Nintendo have announced that they are following up the hugely popular (and worryingly understocked) NES Mini with the SNES Classic Mini on 29th September. Much alike its predecessor, this little console (which fits pretty much into the palm of your hand) will plug into your TV and run 21 different … Continue reading

Metroid 30th: In Retrospect – Metroid II: Return of Samus

Following on from Conor’s wonderful review of Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, we continue our celebration of Nintendo’s futuristic adventure platform franchise, Metroid. This time, I’m turning my gaze way back to 1991 to look at Metroid II: Return of Samus, which has had a recent return to the limelight in the quickly removed fan remake … Continue reading

Metroid 30th: In Retrospect – Corruption

Continuing with our look back at some classic Metroid titles, we now cast our eye to the final instalment in the Metroid Prime trilogy: Corruption. We have covered the original Prime and Echoes in the past, so Corruption is a suitable focus for discussion. Just a quick warning of minor plot spoilers; anyone who is still waiting … Continue reading

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