Super Pixel Racers Switch Review – A Top Down Racer as Fun as the Classics

I do love a good top down racer and the Switch already has two good examples but neither of them are a throwback to amazing retro action; enter Super Pixel Racers a retro styled racer previously released on other consoles that has finally made its way to the Switch courtesy of publishers H2 Interactive. The … Continue reading

Cat Girl Without Salad Switch Review – Funktasmical Shump Action to the Max

Back in 2013 developers WayForward always having a great sense of humour unleashed the ultimate April fools; Cat Girl Without Salad, the side scrolling shooter x pretty much every genre imaginable. Just over 3 years later the joke turned to reality when a short game was released as a part of Humble monthly. Now 7 … Continue reading

Sky Racket Switch Review – Shump Tennis Brick Breaking Craziness

Ever wondered what would happen if you slapped Parodius, Arkanoid and Super Tennis into a blender to see what comes out? Well that’s exactly what developer Double Dash Studios have concocted for us in Sky Racket. Unsurprisingly its total brick breaking madness. Everything here is retro to the extreme, from the graphics to the difficulty … Continue reading

Murder By Numbers (Review)

What do you get when you combine the investigation style gameplay of the Ace Attorney series with the mind bending puzzles of the popular picross games? The answer is Murder By Numbers. This murder mystery visual novel game created by Mediatonic had all the hooks for me when it was announced back in December.

One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 Switch Review

The latest in a gigantic library of Koei Tecmo developed musou action games is here; One Piece: Pirate Warriors 4 and it is one huge and exhilarating beast. Published by the good folk at Bandai Namco: lords of the anime games; this is probably the best One Piece game. Rare for an anime game the … Continue reading

My Hero One's Justice 2 Switch Review – Ultra Superhero Action

My Hero One’s Justice 2 (OJ2) is the second My Hero Academia game and is a 1 on 1 3D arena fighter. Based on the manga that is set in a world where 80% of the population have quirks (super powers) and now heroes fight to keep the public safe from villains. The story starts … Continue reading

DEAD OR SCHOOL Switch Review – Mutant Murdering Action at its Best

Have you ever wondered what it’d be like if Borderlands was actually a Japanese side scrolling action RPG with added swords, where you play as a wannabe school girl? Well my friends wonder not because Marvelous and Studio Nanafushi have heeded your calls with DEAD OR SCHOOL. After losing a war with mutants, the human … Continue reading

KATANA KAMI: A Way of the Samurai Switch Review – Become a God of the Sword

The long wait for a sequel to Way of Samurai is finally over, sort of. Enter KATANA KAMI: A Way of the Samurai Story; an isometric dungeon crawling, hack ‘n’ slash, rouge like, RPG spin off complete with everything we all love about the quirky samurai series. KATANA KAMI (sword God in English) is set … Continue reading

Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late [cl-r] Switch Review – Flashy Fighting Anime Awesomeness

Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late [cl-r] (UNICLR from now on) is French Bread’s latest revision to it’s 2012 arcade 2D anime fighter. Now don’t let the crazy name that Capcom could only dream of or the age of the original release deter you because French Bread has been solidly updating the series all this time … Continue reading

Code: Realize ~Guardian of Rebirth~ Switch Review: An Otome Visual Novel for Everyone

Otome fans rejoice, finally the Nintendo Switch has an otome visual novel worthy of your time and money. Just a quick note an otome game is a visual novel (you read the story and make choices occasionally) where the main character is a girl and the harem is full of guys. Code: Realize ~Guardian of … Continue reading

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