Whipseey and the Lost Atlas Review – Switch

After discovering a magical book, a young boy is whisked away to a magical land and transformed into the titular character Whipseey. As Whipseey, you have to use your whip to defeat enemies and navigate colourful levels.

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NS Review – Tap Skaters (Switch)

Tap Skaters is cheap and cheerful arcade style fun from Digital Melody who have developed other similar games available on Nintendo Switch such as Timberman VS. It’s an endless runner style game where the objective is to avoid obstacles as you scroll further and further down the screen. Tap Skaters on Nintendo Switch is essentially … Continue reading

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Nintendo PR – Nintendo Switch Indie Highlights Showcase To Go Live Tomorrow At 14:00 GMT

NEW INDIE HIGHLIGHTS SHOWCASE TO GO LIVE TOMORROW AT 14:00 GMT

Not quite the Nintendo Direct we were hoping for, but tomorrow sees the release of the latest Indie Highlights video from Nintendo. Previous videos have revealed the first look at future titles including Windjammers 2, Baba Is You, Night Call and Children of Morta. Will something be released straight after the show I wonder? 22nd … Continue reading

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NS Review- Nihilumbra (Switch)

Nihilumbra is a puzzle-platformer game where you control the elements in order to solve puzzles and progress throughout the world…as it’s swallowed up by The Void. A few years ago I chanced upon Nihilumbra on iOS- a striking purple, black, and white icon, sporting a bizarre name, captured my interest and quickly became one of … 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 – Earth Atlantis (Switch)

This year has been a phenomenal year for the Switch, as I’m sure has been said many times before by just as many people. This success and the incredible library that the console now has can be at least partly attributed to the sheer amount of indie support that it has received. There has been … Continue reading

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NS Review – Fast RMX (Switch)

Preceding the upcoming Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, there’s another Wii U racer enjoying the updated-release treatment for the Switch. Fast Racing Neo was a fantastic game created by small German developer Shin’en Multimedia. With Neo being one of the best indie Wii U exclusives, Shin’en has immediately boarded the Switch boat and thankfully completed Fast RMX in time for the console’s … Continue reading

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NS Review – Shantae: Half Genie Hero

It’s been a strong couple of years for Shantae since the release of Pirate’s Curse in 2014: she was one of the front runners in the Super Smash Bros 4 ballot; indie-party game Runbow introduced her as a DLC character in October 2016; Pirate’s Curse and Risky’s Revenge received a limited physical release; as of this year they’re both available on almost all … Continue reading

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Nintendo Scene’s Indie Game of the Year 2016

Among the sporadic triple-A releases throughout the year, there have been some real gems in the Indie market on the Wii U. The award was a tight two-horse race, and both are highly recommended. It released at the end of December, but Shantae: Half-Genie Hero arrived just in time to achieve my Indie game of … Continue reading

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NS Review – SteamWorld Heist (3DS)

I stand up. “Hi there everyone, the name’s Boots.” “Hi Boots,” the room collectively murmurs. “I have a confession to make,” I pause. “Go on,” prompts the SteamWorld Heist Anonymous organiser. “This year I haven’t found much reason to touch my Nintendo 3DS, well, until now that is… and I presume you know why I … Continue reading

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