Railway Empire Switch Review – Return to the Glory Days of Transport Sim

Do you long for the days of Transport and Railroad Tycoon? Do you miss the curious and rather therapeutic pleasure of building a huge business empire? Do you like trains? Railway Empire is here to fill that empty void in your life on Nintendo Switch with over 40 trains spanning a hundred years from the … Continue reading

Darius Cozmic Collection Console Edition Switch Review

Darius Cozmic Collection Console Edition is, you guessed it, a collection of Taito’s classic Darius shoot ’em up games from the glory days of the genre. This collection features essentially 4 games with a few versions of each. We have Darius II (Mega Drive and Master System), Darius Twin (SNES), Darius Force (SNES) and Darius … Continue reading

Shantae and the Seven Sirens Switch Review – Metroidvania at its Finest

The Shantae series is a Metroidvania style game with an emphasis on story about a half genie called Shantae who can transform into the form of animals and attacks by whipping her hair. It had extremely humble origins, starting out as a little heard of late blooming Gameboy Color game: Shantae. It first gained some … Continue reading

Borderlands Legendary Edition Switch Review – The Best Place for the Best First Person Shooters

Borderlands has dropped on Switch, not just Borderlands but Borderlands Game of the Year Edition and the Handsome Collection consisting of Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition and Pre-Sequel Ultimate Edition as well as the Legendary Collection containing all 3 games. That’s a whopping 100+ hours of gorgeous cel shaded first person shooting madness … Continue reading

Undead and Beyond Switch Review – Zombie Horde Management

Undead & Beyond is one of the strangest games I’ve ever played, it’s sort of a stealth real time management game. You play as Dr Beyond who has decided he wants to turn his research lab full of prisoners that I assume are being experimented on in inhumane ways into a zombie army. I mean … Continue reading

Void Bastards Switch Review – A Genre Melding Roguelike Gem

How to make an indie 1st person shooter roguelike stand out in 2020 amongst the myriad of Nindies swarming to the Nintendo Switch. Have a cool setting that everyone loves: the void of space. Awesome, mysterious and spaceships. Have a beautiful timeless art style: cel shaded with vibrant colours that really pop. Have a ‘just … Continue reading

TT Isle of Man 2 Ride on the Edge Nintendo Switch Review

The Isle of Man TT is the most dangerous motorsport race in the world for a reason. The 37.73 mile course consisting of 219 turns has tragically taken the lives of over 250 riders. Through TT – Isle of Man 2: Ride on the Edge you get to ride the thrilling Snaefell Mountain Course. Developed … Continue reading

SNK Gals’ Fighters Switch Review – Classic Chibi Fun

The Neo Geo Pocket Colour is the real console that never was. It was only given 1 year of support before it was dropped outside of Japan, but in that year it saw some amazing handheld games unlike anything that had been seen before thanks to its 16-bit processor. That was until the Game Boy … Continue reading

Spirit of the North Review – Switch

One setting that certainly evokes a strong feeling of melancholy is the ruins of an older civilization. Wandering through places that were once whole and full of life, only to wither into nothingness – whether it’s due to some catastrophic event or gradual decline – can induce a certain sense of existential sadness, and curiosity … Continue reading

Streets of Rage 4 Switch Review – The Stuff Dreams are Made of

The iconic beat ’em up of the 90s is finally back after a 25 year wait. Wow that makes me feel old. Axel, Blaze, Adam and pals are back with avengence in Streets of Rage 4. Created by Dotemu; experts in bringing back lost gaming IPs, Lizardcube; beholders of beautiful hand drawn graphics as seen … Continue reading

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