NS Review – Grave Keeper (Switch)

You’re a lone wolf crusader type breaking into the Skeleton King’s castle to steal his copious amounts of treasure. To get this treasure you have to fight your way through wave after wave of minions in a chilled out slow pace twin stick shooter style. Welcome to Grave Keeper. You get thrown straight in and … Continue reading

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

NS Review – Red Faction: Guerrilla ReMARStered (Switch)

Imagine being young and given a toy hammer, the freedom to destroy everything you like in a huge massive world built with Lego blocks. This is what playing Red Faction: Guerrilla reMARStered feels like, a remastered port of the original 2009 title, released for Ps3 and Xbox360. The year is 2075. Earth has exhausted its … Continue reading

NS Review – Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! (Switch)

A majestic fanfare erupts and within seconds you’re thrown into a magnificent new world, so similar to your own yet spectacularly unfamiliar. Bold palettes of lush earth tones decorate deep blues, striking yellows, and vibrant reds. The melody of creatures you can only dream of chirp and bellow with cries as unique as themselves. A … Continue reading

NS Review – Yoshi’s Crafted World (Switch)

Yoshis Crafted World Nintendo Switch Review

Yoshi’s Crafted World is the latest in what you’ve come to expect from Mario’s green dinosaur pal; another take on the classic platformer, featuring Yoshi and his friends, traversing through a newly created world in a brand new style. Of course it’s charming, the art style is a delight, there’s not too much in the … Continue reading

NS Review – Mario Tennis Aces (Switch)

No Mario sports series has visited us as often as Camelot’s Mario Tennis; Mario and company have rallied on each home console since the Nintendo 64, with a few handheld instalments along the way. Returning three years after the hollow experience that was Ultra Smash for Wii U, Mario Tennis Aces is the first Mario … Continue reading

NS Review – Bridge Constructor Portal (Switch)

Now we’re past the first year of the Switch being among us, did you think that Nintendo were going to slow down? Well, if you were banking on that, I have some bad news for you. The announcements keep on coming, and the support for Nintendo’s new wonder child keeps on coming. One such game … Continue reading

NS Review – YO-KAI WATCH 2: Bony Spirits & Fleshy Souls (3DS)

Although the Nintendo Switch is now out and slowly building up a respectable library of games, the 3DS is still going pretty strong this year, with the most recent games being YO-KAI WATCH 2: Bony Spirits & Fleshy Souls. The YO-KAI WATCH games are a series of monster collecting RPGs, featuring spirits called Yo-kai, which … Continue reading

eShop Sale Selects – Super Mario Land (GB)

With derpy hit-boxes, powerups that’ll do everything they can to get away from you, Fireballs that clip through enemies, and genuinely painful momentum that fights you every step of the way, a good portion of the difficulty in Super Mario Land comes from faulty mechanics, and you may find yourself meeting your end more from … Continue reading

NS Review- YO-KAI WATCH (3DS)

YO-KAI WATCH is an RPG on the Nintendo 3DS that is finally being released to the west after Japan having it for years. It sports bizarre and eccentric creatures called Yo-kai that inhabit our world and have strange effects on people, and upon discovering and (begrudgingly) befriending a spoopy Yo-kai named Whisper, your character (who … Continue reading

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