Family Tree Switch Review

Loco Roco meets Angry Birds You play as Mr or Mrs Fruit who’ve had all their baby fruits stolen by an evil blue floating candy skull called Pedro because being the responsible parents you are left all your babies to sleep outside alone while you slept in your comfy bed. Rather than steal all your … Continue reading

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Yooka Laylee and the Impossible Lair comes to Nintendo Switch 8th of October

The next entry in Playtonic’s Yooka Laylee series Yooka Laylee and the Impossible Lair is releasing on the 8th of October on Nintendo Switch.

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Heavy Metal Inspired Slasher: Down to Hell is Coming to Switch this Year

Rock out in this dark gorey action platformer later this year and check out the trailer and details below. In Down to Hell, the player takes on the role of an unnamed knight whose fate led to a chaotic world full of demonic creatures.The key element of Down to Hell is combat. Red Dev Studio … Continue reading

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Super Cute Retro Platformer Whipseey and the Lost Atlas Release Date, Price, Trailer and Press Release

Kirby and Mario inspired retro platforming pink ball of joy Whipseey and the Lost Atlas looks like a beautiful blend of Mario 2 , Kirby and a whip. It gets better than the lovely GBA style graphics as Whipseey is out on Nintendo Switch 28th August 2019 and is only £5. That’s right this mega … Continue reading

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NS Review – Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)

The Nintendo Switch launched in March this year, and it has had an incredible year so far, but it’s hard to deny that it did feel like something was missing. Obviously, when Nintendo has a new console, it isn’t long until a new Mario title comes to it, and the Switch was missing it’s outing … 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 – Kirby’s Blowout Blast (3DS)

I can’t say that I’m the biggest fan of Kirby and the various games they star in; I mean, I played a lot of Kirby and the Amazing Mirror, but I couldn’t shake the overwhelming impression of the games being a little too easy for me. I understand that these games are aimed at far … Continue reading

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NS Review – Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash (3DS)

“Oh my goodness, sir, you found a snack! It’s Caramel Corn!” (Telly from Chibi-Robo! Zip Lash, 2015)   I found many snacks during the thirteen hours I spent with Zip Lash and although I didn’t actually get to chow down on any of them, at least I learnt a conversation piece or two about recreational … 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: Never Alone (Wii U eShop)

I have said it before, but the Wii U is having a little bit of resurgence with me. This isn’t because of games like Splatoon or Yoshi’s Woolly World, as incredible as they both are, but it is owing to the slow flow of truly wonderful indie titles that have been trickling onto the eShop. … Continue reading

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