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Gunman Clive HD Collection Gets New Trailer

Gunman Clive 1 & 2 are being re-released in a collection on Nintendo Switch for $3.99 on the 17th of January. A new trailer has dropped to show off some of the game. For those unfamiliar with Gunm...[Read More]

The Adventures of Elena Temple Review

The Adventures of Elena Temple is a nod in the most impressive way to the games of yesteryear when times and pixels were much simpler and the only expectation was badass gameplay. Think of The Adventu...[Read More]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review

Four years after Super Smash Bros. launched on both the 3DS and Wii U, the series returns on Nintendo’s latest console. With the tagline Ultimate, Masahiro Sakurai hopes to give the fans the greatest ...[Read More]

Super Smash Bros Ultimate is SMASHING all the records

Puns are great. Who doesn’t love them? Nintendo probably do. Fortunately for gaming journalists everywhere, the newest entry in the Super Smash Bros series is literally smashing every record set...[Read More]

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Review

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Reviewed on Nintendo Switch; Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Mac.    Gameplay Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is essentially a boss battle game...[Read More]

Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 3 Coming In 2019 As Nintendo Switch Exclusive

Nearly ten years after Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2 launched on the Xbox 360, PS3, and Nintendo Wii, the Game Awards announced that a third entry called Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 3 – The Black Or...[Read More]

Sayonara: Wild Hearts Announced At The Game Awards

The first world premiere of the Game Awards came in the form of a Nintendo Switch music style rhythm game that blends other genres into it. How do you feel about this game? Excited for it? Comment dow...[Read More]

Swedish Retailer Lists Metroid Prime Collection

The good folks on Twitter, Nintendeal, have found a Swedish retailer who has become over enthusiastic and has put a listing for the Metroid Prime Collection on Nintendo Switch, even stating that they ...[Read More]

Eternum EX Review

In this review, we check out another potential indie darling that is heavily influenced by games from an older time while still hoping to craft something unique within itself to stand out against the ...[Read More]

Friday The 13th: Killer Puzzle Review

The team behind this game has decided to take the iconic Slasher film of the 80’s and its titular character from Friday The 13th and leave the dark and gritty nature these games are based on and...[Read More]

Miles & Kilo Review

When I went to this year’s EGX in September, I was lucky enough to meet Michael Waites (Director of Four Horses) and his team. We spoke in great length about their new title Miles & Kilo. We...[Read More]

Super Hyperactive Ninja Review

Super Hyperactive Ninja revolves around two things; Ninjas and Coffee. One of these things I’m extremely familiar with, the other, not so much. Can you guess which? Hint: I love coffee. Reviewed...[Read More]

Nickelodeon Kart Racers Nintendo Switch Review

A Mario Kart clone with a Nickelodeon coat of paint, will this racer give you full throttle nostalgia? Keep reading and find out in this Nickelodeon Kart Racers review. When I was a child in the ̵...[Read More]

Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut Switch Review

Wasteland 2 has roots that go deep into gaming’s history. Developer inXile was founded by longtime members of Interplay games – known for the original Fallout games. The game was the product of ...[Read More]

Super Mario Party Review

Super Mario Party is the latest instalment in the long running Mario Party series. The series has had its ups and downs and, to many, different Mario party games are their favorites. However, everyone...[Read More]

Hollow Knight Review

I love Hollow Knight. I’m just going to tell you that up front. I absolutely, unabashedly love it. That’s why I’ve been stalling for so long on writing this review. I actually finish...[Read More]

Old School Musical Review

Old School Musical is something special. I really mean that. So much so that for this review I’m going to do a little something different. The review structure is going out the window. Instead, ...[Read More]

2K, Blind Squirrel Games, and Nintendo Owe Us Money

I love pro wrestling. I grew up during its height, through the beloved attitude era. I watched Stone Cold, The Rock, and others become the iconic legends they are now. I’ve gone back and watched the r...[Read More]

The Gardens Between Review

I think we all have had that childhood friend that we once shared everything with; making box forts, playing silly games and just generally making unforgettable memories. That is what The Gardens Betw...[Read More]

New Smash Bros character possibly leaked

HADOUKEN! A peculiar image has appeared online today among social networks and message boards appearing to leak a new smash character. It appears that Ken, from the popular series Street Fighter, has ...[Read More]

Blade Strangers Review

Blade Strangers is one of those games that you don’t expect to come into existence. A Smash Bros-like occurrence that, while interesting, seems like it could never actually work. It brings together ch...[Read More]

Couch co-op puzzler Pitfall Planet lands on Switch Fall 2018, see the trailer here

Look how wonderfully cute. Following a successful release on Steam in 2016, Pitfall Planet is making it’s way to Nintendo’s hybrid platform. This release will be fully optimised for Switch...[Read More]

The Messenger Review

The Messenger is a throwback to classic NES and SNES games, inspired by experiences like Ninja Gaiden. In these more modern times in gaming, can a game be inspired by classics that are over thirty yea...[Read More]

BlobCat Review

Back in 1999, Sega released ChuChu Rocket for the Dreamcast. In the game, players must guide mice into rockets using arrows placed on the board. If the mice reach the rockets before the cats catch the...[Read More]

Old School Musical Preview: The best rhythm game of all time?

At Gamescom in Cologne I got to play a ton of games. They were incredibly varied, from Metro: Last Light to Sekiro to Spyro to Forza to Biomutant to Jump Force to 11-11 and so on and so forth. One of ...[Read More]

Everything announced at the Nindies direct

Hyper light drifter, into the breach, bastion + lots more! This past Wednesday Nintendo held another indies direct showcase, here is everything they announced; Hyper light drifter – 6th Septembe...[Read More]

Dead Cells Review

Summertime – that wonderful time between major tentpole releases. Summertime is often a chance to try and immerse yourself in your backlog, hunt down trophies or achievements that you’ve been pu...[Read More]

Iro Hero Review

Iro Hero is the latest top-down shooter to grace the Nintendo Switch. With a retro pixelated flavour and a soundtrack straight out of the 90s arcade, this could be the shooter I have been waiting for&...[Read More]

Salt and Sanctuary Review

Reviewed on Nintendo Switch; Also available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Having never been able to stick out a Souls game, I thought Salt and Sanctuary would give me an easy journey into the...[Read More]

You can Catch Pokémon While Watching the Twitch Marathon

Twitch is hosting a massive Pokémon live-streaming marathon, featuring 19 seasons (932 episodes), and 16 movies, streamed in multiple languages. You can tune into TwitchPresents on August 27th for all...[Read More]

Nindies Coming Next Week!

Earlier this week Nintendo released a small Nintendo Direct for our UK brethren, which you can see the announcements here, and they’ve now taken to Twitter to begin the hype for the more tradition, po...[Read More]

Red Faction Re-Mars-tered Edition Could Be Coming To Nintendo Switch?

Back in March, THQ Nordic revealed Red Faction Re-Mars-tered edition would be coming to PlayStation 4, PC, and Xbox One. Originally released back 2009 on the Xbox 360 and PS3, titled Red Faction: Guer...[Read More]

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