"A fun game to explore."
"Held back by a handful of relatively standard issues."
"Come for a ride down the absolute chaotic roller coaster that is WarioWare."
"A unique experience in the city builder genre."
"A great addition to the shoot ‘em up genre."
"... Fits a specific niche of the gaming audience."
"Guiding the next generation of game developers."
"Very much a game of its time."
"Held back due to it trying to keep that original feel of the game."
The wait is almost over as Shin Megami Tensei III Nocturne HD launches on Nintendo Switch on May 24! In the meantime, watch Nathan play through the first hour.
A month after the initial release Monster Hunter Rise has released its 2.0 update, bringing with it a plethora of new monsters for end game hunts. Three Elder Dragons
"Genuinely a masterpiece of a game."
"It’s a shame we don’t review games on a ten point scale, because I would have given Say No! More a nein out of 10!"
"Bravely Default 2 is a spectacular RPG entry and one of the best for the switch so far."
Announced in the recent Nintendo Direct, Project Triangle Strategy is an upcoming release from Square Enix in the vein of their HD-2D art style series which we first saw in
"A fun, light-hearted RPG."
Nintendo has announced that a switch port for Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1+2 will be releasing at some point this year. This was announced alongside the PS5 and
The Stardew Valley 1.5 update has finally released on the Nintendo Switch today and with it comes a plethora of new features and additional content. The most noteworthy being
"A refreshing addition that makes combat feel more fluid while adding a different kind of challenge."
This preview is written using the retail copy of Persona 5 Strikers on Nintendo Switch and will cover information upto and including the first boss with any spoilers placed in
"Dicey Dungeons knows what it is trying to do and fully takes advantage of its lighter tone."
"A fun take on the deck building genre with a dark fantasy setting that will keep you coming back for more runs."
"A well made mix of creature capturing games and metroidvanias, suitable for a fan of either genre."
Legends of Amberland: The Forgotten Crown takes direct inspiration from classic CRPGs from the early 90s, where movement was grid based and characters were shown only in small portraits. It
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