NS Review – Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san (Switch)

Occasionally, the Switch has seen some odd releases, either of unusual indies emerging out of an increasingly experimental indie scene or of ports of the more strange games from other platforms. Speaking of which, Eat Beat: Dead Spike-san is a rhythm action game based on the BlazBlue franchise of anime fighting games. Released originally in … Continue reading

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NS Review – The Sexy Brutale (Switch)

2017 is rapidly reaching its end, and right up to the last moment the Switch has been treated to constant solid gameplay experiences and one of the most phenomenal launch years in gaming history. I’ve covered some of the biggest and best games of the year (making any kind of Top 5 ludicrously difficult), and … Continue reading

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NS Review – Slime-san (Switch)

I’m enjoying the Switch eShop at the moment. There’s now just under 100 titles on there to choose from and it keeps going from strength to strength. Not only are all of the big releases launching on there as well as physical, but also there has been a tremendous amount of high quality indie titles … Continue reading

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NS Review – Snipperclips (Switch)

In 2015, a small game development team of two brothers from London – known as SFB Games – showcased a prototype called FriendShapes at EGX. One year later, they found themselves working with Nintendo after holding discussions regarding publishing. Fast forward another year, and the brainchild of brothers Tom and Adam Vian – now called Snipperclips – is … Continue reading

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Out this week on the eShop (3rd Nov)

F Zero X

This week Nintendo are bringing classic fast paced futuristic racer F Zero X to Wii U virtual console. This is pretty exciting as it’s the 60fps version and the game still holds up well today and with no successor to F Zero in sight (Fast Racing Neo felt more like a Wipeout successor to me) … Continue reading

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Out this week on the eShop (6th Oct)

Paper Mario Colour Splash

It’s a busy week for first party games on Nintendo consoles as we welcome a new Paper Mario in the form of Colour Splash on Wii U and a new Mario Party on 3DS. On top of those we have classic rpgs Breath of Fire I + II on virtual console on New 3DS and … Continue reading

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Out this week on the eShop (29th Sept)

Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2

This week on the eShop there is actually a lot. Surprising I know, but great to see nonetheless. Up first, is Azure Striker GUNVOLT 2, the good spiritual successor to Megaman, then there’s Steamworld Heist makes its to the Wii U, also out are the excellent looking Soul Axiom and the 8bit reboot of River … Continue reading

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Out on the eShop this week (22nd Sept)

Severed

This week there’s big news or the Nintendo eShop! The critically acclaimed Severed made by the excellent and creative Drinkbox Studios is coming to Nintendo consoles. But that’s not all! It is going to be cross buy!  Not a reduction in price cross buy, real proper cross buy. Buy Severed and you get it on … Continue reading

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Out this week on the eShop (8th September)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Spirit of Justice

It’s Monday again and here to cheer you up before Tuesday hits are this week’s releases and sale on the eShop. It is the week of the 3DS as the new Phoenix Wright is out and very reasonably priced at £24.99, we have all three Final Fights on Virtual Console on 3DS and a Sega … Continue reading

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Out this week on the eShop (25th August)

Pheonix Wright Spirit of Justice

This week there aren’t any major releases but that doesn’t mean there isn’t any Nintendoey goodness to be had. First off there is a demo for the new Pheonix Wright game so literally everybody with a passing interest in the excellent series should give it a go. Secondly there’s a quirky little title called Legend … Continue reading

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