The Lion’s Song Review
A Song Worth Singing?

OVERVIEW Independent studio Mi’pu’mi Games brings their story driven game from PC to Nintendo’s hybrid home console, the Nintendo Switch. After seeing that some point and click adventures can find success in the modern era, let’s see how The Lion’s Song holds up! Release date: July 10th 2018 Price: $9.99 Approximate size: 323 MB Genre: […]

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Sushi Striker: The Way Of Sushido Review
For The Love Of All Sushi...

Sushi Striker: The Way Of Sushido is a new IP from Nintendo that was released for both the Nintendo Switch and 3DS. Using a Saturday morning cartoon style and an RPG puzzle style gameplay, we will see how this new title holds up and if it’s worth checking out. Release date: June 8th, 2018 Price: […]

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BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Review
Can't Escape From Crossing Fate!

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle is the latest fighting game to be released by Arc System Works and is the first time they’ve brought four different franchises into one game and to feature a two versus two fighting style. With questionable DLC practices and attempting a different type of fighting game than what they are known […]

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No Fallout 76 Crossplay plans (yet), Thanks Sony!

Crossplay has been a big topic of discussion this year, especially due to the controversy surrounding Sony and Fortnite. Sony has stated many times that they are listening but during an interview between German publication GameStar and Fallout 76 director Todd Howard, it seems they are hearing but not comprehending. Fallout 76 is the next […]

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Fire Emblem: The Three Houses Revealed & Coming In 2019!

After being silent for months upon months, Nintendo has finally shown off it’s secret Fire Emblem game. It looks to me more of what made the series renowned and with new updates to take advantage of the Switch hardware. How do you feel about Fire Emblem: The Three Houses? Will this be your first entry? […]

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Elder Scrolls Online Bringing Players More Content!

At the Bethesda E3 conference, praises were brought upon the successful MMO based in the Elder Scrolls universe and confirmation that more content from this year and beyond is coming! Players will look forward to an upcoming expansion centered around Werewolves! Also, players will head back to the Black marshes with a more in-depth look […]

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Leak: Fallout Shelter is coming to PS4 very soon, potentially Nintendo Switch as well

Bethesda desperately need to hire a plumber, the story of their E3 so far has been leakage. After Wal-mart in Canada spoiled Rage 2, achievement tracking site Exophase has uncovered Fallout Shelter on PS4. Head over there if you want to see the full list of trophies that the free to play title is getting: […]

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We Don’t Need Virtual Console On Nintendo Switch

A Nintendo Spokesperson statement given to Kotaku. When it comes to a virtual console, Nintendo is both the best and worst at it. For other companies, usually, when you buy their game digitally, it’ll carry over across platforms if it’s available. The best example, off the top of my head, is when The Unfinished Swan […]

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Paladins: Champions of the Realm Officially Coming To Switch Next Week!

Hi-Rez Studio’s hero shooter Paladins: Champions of the Realm has officially been announced for the Nintendo Switch after weeks of rumors. The game will launch on Nintendo’s hybrid console on June 12th and will support cross platform play and 60FPS! #Paladins is confirmed for #NintendoSwitch! pic.twitter.com/PWbfAIvR87 — Nintendo Switch (@NinSwitchNews) June 7, 2018 Paladins has […]

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Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn Review
Get ready for the Shaq Attack!

OVERVIEW Back in 1994, a fighting game was released which has gone down in history (albeit unfairly) as one of the crappiest beat’em ups of the 16Bit era, and that game was Shaq Fu. Being a “one on one” fighting game meant that it was entering an already overcrowded arena, full of titles that have […]

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