NS Review – The Friends of Ringo Ishikawa (Switch)

The friends of Ringo Ishikawa is a 2d side scrolling, open world, school/life/Yakuza style delinquent simulator that throws you straight in with no explanation as you satisfyingly beat up some delinquents. You get some basic tutorial, ‘R’ is block and the like and not much else. The friends of Ringo Ishikawa lets you explore and … Continue reading

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NS Review – Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! (Switch)

A majestic fanfare erupts and within seconds you’re thrown into a magnificent new world, so similar to your own yet spectacularly unfamiliar. Bold palettes of lush earth tones decorate deep blues, striking yellows, and vibrant reds. The melody of creatures you can only dream of chirp and bellow with cries as unique as themselves. A … Continue reading

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NS Review – Yoshi’s Crafted World (Switch)

Yoshis Crafted World Nintendo Switch Review

Yoshi’s Crafted World is the latest in what you’ve come to expect from Mario’s green dinosaur pal; another take on the classic platformer, featuring Yoshi and his friends, traversing through a newly created world in a brand new style. Of course it’s charming, the art style is a delight, there’s not too much in the … Continue reading

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NS Review – Motorsport Manager (Switch)

Motorsport Manager Switch Edition is a wet dream for fans of motor racing and management games and the best thing since Grand Prix World on the PC back in ‘98. Motorsport Manager Switch Edition (MM from now on) is essentially a port of the mobile only Motorsport Manager 3 only with an extra track, a … Continue reading

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Steins;Gate Elite Switch Review by Okabe Rintaro

Muhahahaha I am Okabe Rintaro, no! That is merely my alter ego so the organisation does not find the mad scientist known as Hououin Kyouma. I am the protagonist in the game you know as Steins;Gate Elite which is a full remaster of my quest towards the battle of Ragnarok along with my fellow lab … Continue reading

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Blazblue Central Fiction Special Edition Review

Blazblue Central Fiction is a game that came out over two years ago on PlayStation 4, now it’s coming to Switch and rather than a traditional review I’m going to tell you why you need this game in your Switch collection as well as other fighters or even as your only fighter. There are some … Continue reading

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NS Review – New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (Switch)

The Switch is entering its third calendar year, and Nintendo has opened 2019 with another port of a Wii U classic. This time, it’s one of the launch titles featuring the famous plumbers: New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe is a port that comes seven years after the original Wii U launch. Wow, has it really been that long since … Continue reading

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NS Review – Super Smash Bros. Ultimate (Switch)

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Simon Belmont and King K. Rool

The reveal of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate for Switch back in 2017 was somewhat inevitable really. We all knew the Nintendo all-star beat-em up was destined to arrive on Switch at some point soon – with a fairly low adoption rate for the Wii U version it seemed like a no-brainer to bring, what was … Continue reading

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NS Review – Super Mario Party (Switch)

Ahh Mario Party, the game that could change fortunes in a flash. No lead was ever safe, no victory was guaranteed, and everything could change from a dice roll. If a group doesn’t want skill to determine the winner, Mario Party was the most obvious choice. When Hudson Soft’s Mario Party was in its prime, … Continue reading

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NS Review – Yo-kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps & White Dog Squad (3DS)

After being fairly dormant over the past year, Yo-kai Watch is back on the 3DS with their first pair of spin-offs, Yo-kai Watch Blasters: Red Cat Corps & White Dog Squad. Originally released in Japan in 2015, it was incredibly popular at the time due to how big the franchise was, and the high replay … Continue reading

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