NS Review – Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Switch)

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker Nintendo Switch Review

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a game full of new ideas. That is, of course, unless you played it on Wii U. Originally released in January 2015 in Europe, this re-relase is much the same game you know from 3 years ago, where you guide Captain Toad and Taodette around over 70 ingeniously designed 3D … Continue reading

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NS Review – Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Switch)

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido review

Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido, is the latest colour matching, fast paced addictive, tactical, action-puzzle game from Nintendo, where you must engage in duels by stacking plates of sushi and hurling them at each other. Yep, you read that right – this latest super unique spin on colour matching revolves around sushi, spirits, plates, … Continue reading

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Nintendo Switch Online: NES games with online play and Save Data Cloud backup, launching in September

Nintendo Switch Save Data Cloud Back

Today Nintendo have revealed some details about their forthcoming paid Switch online service. The highlight being that the ability to backup save data ‘for most Nintendo Switch games’ to the cloud will be included. Whilst this ‘most games’ statement is a little concerning, it’s a must needed feature that’s been missing since the Switch launched. I’m … 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 Preview – Hands On With Nintendo Labo

Nintendo Labo Hands on preview

Labo launches this week in the UK and last week I was lucky enough to be invited to Nintendo’s UK office to get my hands on Nintendo’s cardboard creations. With two sets available to try out; both Toy-Con 01, the Variety Kit and Toy-Con 02, the Robot Kit, there was plenty of games for me … Continue reading

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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 – Kirby Star Allies (Switch)

Kirby Star Allies Switch Review

Well here we are, comfortably into the second year of Nintendo Switch, having enjoyed a first year jam packed with all the big hitters from Nintendo themselves. In the wait for Smash Bros, Pokemon, Metroid Prime 4, plus some other first party treats yet to be revealed (perhaps?) it’s time for the not so big … Continue reading

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DLC Character Pack #2 and EU Release Window Confirmed for BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle!

I’ve been waiting and watching this project develop over the last couple of months and I’ve been hoping for a confirmation that it was coming to the EU region so I could realistically cover it here. As of today, PQube have announced that they will be bringing Arc System Work’s next anime fighting game, BlazBlue … Continue reading

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NS Review – Bayonetta 2 (Switch)

After the arguable sleeper success of the first Bayonetta game, especially from a large group of players, it all seemed like a sequel was inevitably on the cards. However, we wouldn’t see our favourite Umbra Witch for a few years afterwards and the means of her return would surprise all of us. After striking a … Continue reading

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NS Review – Bayonetta (Switch)

The Switch has become somewhat of a goldmine for ports since its launch, and with good reason. The portability of the console has allowed for several games for be given the fresh lease on life they deserve. This includes several unexpected surprises, one of which is Bayonetta. Originally released in the UK in 2010 on … Continue reading

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