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Have we just found out the name of Game Freak’s upcoming RPG Town?

Thanks to Japanese Nintendo we may just have learned the name of Game Freak’s latest non pocket monster venture, Town. Originally revealed during the September 2018 Direct, Town’s beautifu...[Read More]

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order review 7.5 Good

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review

Time to save the world once again! Will it be worth it this time? Find out in our Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 The Black Order review. It has been years since the last Marvel Ultimate Alliance game was ...[Read More]

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WedNESday #14

The bane of many childhoods can often torment and ridicule a child as his frustration grows to an immeasurable level. Red ringed eyes, furrowed brows, and a shaking grip on a controller were the fruit...[Read More]

Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield Direct Showcase

So Pokémon had a Direct today for upcoming releases Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield, giving us a lot of information that we didn’t know yet. For example, the games are slated to launch on the 15th of...[Read More]

Monolith Soft is recruiting for a new Zelda project

Breath of the wild sequel? The studio currently owned by Nintendo, Monolith Soft, has created a page on their website advertising for roles to work on a new Legend of Zelda title, you can find it here...[Read More]

7.2 Good

TSA: No More Heroes Review Here at TLG!

TSA: No More Heroes (Travis Strikes Again) is a side game in the No More Heroes series that takes a vastly different approach than ever before. Making its debut on Switch, we’ll see if this indie and ...[Read More]

Seven Indie developers Nintendo should give First Party IPs to

Nintendo has some incredible first party IPs. Mario, Zelda, Metroid, Animal Crossing, etc. Recently they’ve been slightly more relaxed with these. Ubisoft made a Mario x Rabbids crossover that w...[Read More]

WedNESday #6

What is the greatest Christmas movie of all time? If you ask my mom it’s A Christmas Story. If you ask some Americans, they’ll say The Grinch. They are all wrong. Sorry, I don’t make the rules, I only...[Read More]

WedNESday #5

The ’90s were like the Wild West for kids, especially for those like me who were raised by a single mother who worked on three jobs just so we could eat for the week. This also meant she wasn’t ...[Read More]

multiplatform

Choosing 3 studios that fit ‘The big 3’

Bungivision is over With the recent news of developer Bungie having their shackles untied from publisher Activision, many Xbox fans are hoping Microsoft pulls out the cheque book to get them back into...[Read More]

WedNESday #1

The year was 1986, Nintendo’s first home console was being released Nationwide in the United States of America and everyone fell in love with the console. Having found success in arcades, Capcom decid...[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]

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]

German Retailer Lists Assassin’s Creed Compilation

It seems German retailer Media Markt has a listing for another collection of Assassin’s Creed games for the Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch. This listing of an Assassin’s Creed Compilatio...[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]

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]

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]

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]

Devil May Cry V Has Microtransactions… Why?

Character action games are the best games ever crafted, the perfect blend of convoluted plots told through epic cutscenes and a thrill ride where the emphasis is placed on gameplay. The one currently ...[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]

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]

Gamescom: Everything announced during the Nintendo highlight reel

Here is everything announced from Nintendo’s indie highlight reel: -Night Call: Early 2019 -Monster Boy and The Cursed Kingdom: 6th November 2018 -The Gardens Between – 20th September 2018...[Read More]

Bandai Namco Is Hurting Sales For Dark Souls Remastered On Switch

Gamescom is currently taking place and while many are enjoying the announcements, reveals, and gameplay trailers, I am left upset and dumbfounded over one particular reveal. Bandai Namco. What in the ...[Read More]

Dark Souls for Nintendo Switch finally has a new release date!

Prepare to die… again On Twitter, the official Dark Souls account has announced that the long awaited switch port for Dark Souls Remastered will release 19th October this year, along with the de...[Read More]

Semblance Review

A puzzle-platformer? You know how I feel about these *Spoiler* I’m awful at them… This should be fun.   Reviewed on Nintendo Switch; also available for PC and Mac. Gameplay Semblance ...[Read More]

Super Smash Bros Ultimate Direct coming August 8th!

Ready for more smash? Nintendo has announced a Super Smash Bros Ultimate direct coming your way on August 8th. Times for your region are below:   Keep your eyes on the loot gaming for all the lat...[Read More]

The Journey Down Complete Review

This is a game very clearly inspired by classic point & click titles such as Monkey Island, but does this quirky game hold up against an ever-changing, gaming World? Let’s find out in The Jo...[Read More]

Nintendo Summer Sale is live Now

Nintendo has just launched its sizzling Summer Sale in their European eShop with many big titles up to 60% off, including games such as The Escapists 2 and Lego City Undercover plus a whole boat load ...[Read More]

Skipping school/work to game: Western culture should embrace the fabled Japanese ‘Dragon Quest Law’

There’s an incredible real life gaming legend that comes straight out of Japan. When Ni No Kuni developer collaborated with series owners and publishers Square Enix on Dragon Quest VII: Journey ...[Read More]

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