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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NintenRave I: Nintendo’s Ace Up Their Sleeve

I’d like to start this by saying that I still stand by (almost) everything I said in NintenRant VI. I still believe that the message given about Switch from Nintendo themselves at launch is mixed at best, especially with the pricing of games such as Super Bomberman R. However, despite all of my frustration with … 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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Humble Friends of Nintendo Bundle Now Available in Europe

Humble Bundle is back again on Nintendo systems, and this year it is now available to buy in Europe! For those unfamiliar with the Humble Bundle, it is a special deal where you can pay whatever you want for the selected games available and receive eShop codes depending on how much you pay. Most notably, … 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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Nintendo Scene’s (N)indie Games of the Year 2015

Us here at Nintendo Scene have already revealed our Wii U and 3DS console specific GotY picks for 2015. However pushing those limitations aside a category opens up for the games which have no need for psychical release. They instead clog up our harddrive space whilst offering splendiferous experimentation. So here we have it, our … Continue reading

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NS Review – Extreme Exorcism (Wii U)

(*prepare your gruffest bellow seasoned with your very own brand of ghoulish reverb*)   “EX-TREEEME EXOR-CISM!”   Every review of a game featuring a haunted house deserves that kind of intro, and yes there’s plenty of house to get you and your guests haunted in within Golden Ruby Games‘ latest indie entry. It’s a straight-to-the-hunt faux … Continue reading

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NS Review – Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians (Wii U)

BOOM-TISH-KAH-TISH-BOOM-TISH-KAH-TISH-ERROR-EWAH-WIKI-WIKI-WAH-WAH!!! ^now try reading those fourteen words again but far far quicker. Got it? Ace. If you don’t then read the rest of this review at least you’ve made an achievement today. An achievement of being able to banter with the same beatbox identity similar to the cast of Beatbuddy: Tale of the Guardians! Here’s … Continue reading

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NS Review – Blocky Bot (Wii U eShop)

If Minecraft and Nihilumbra had strange, little indie babies, I’d imagine Blocky Bot would be the outcome. This game is pretty simple. You’re a small character who has to jump to platforms, avoiding enemies, and escaping some kind of void chasing you. (Optional; collecting money as you do all of this for unlockables) Press A … Continue reading

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