It’s hard to imagine that Bayonetta was released nearly 10 years-ago now and the apparently superior sequel Bayonetta 2 was 4 years ago! With the newly released Switch port arriving this month, for the most part, it honestly feels like it was made for it today, it just ages well and for a guy that never played the original or any of its other ports (Xbox 360, PS3 etc..) it holds up pretty well in 2018 and even more so when I can take it with me to work, I mean for a drive!? Continue reading Games Review: Bayonetta (Nintendo Switch, 2018): Still got it, baby
Review enough games for a living and eventually you’ll come across one that feels like it has everything going for it — looks, concept, the lot. The Deer God falls squarely into this category. On paper, it has the makings of an indie darling. In execution, it is a muddled little game that doesn’t seem to know what it wants from itself or the player. Continue reading Games Review: The Deer God (Switch, 2018): Why have you forsaken me?
Lost Sphear has finally been released on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Windows PC. A successor of sorts to developer Tokyo RPG Factory’s fantastic I Am Setsuna, while it’s not all bad, its hard not to feel like Lost Sphear has lost the things that made Setsuna special. Continue reading Games Review: Lost Sphear (PS4, 2018) finds its place amongst mundanity
Dragon Quest Builders returns for the Nintendo Switch and if you missed it like I did the first few times around, it’s worth a dip in this craft-em-up meets RPG hybrid. Originally released on PS3, PS Vita and then PS4, it has definitely done the rounds, but has developer Division 5 used that time to change or update the game in any way? Continue reading Games Review: Dragon Quest Builders (Switch, 2018): Portable construction and crunch
Nintendo have confirmed on social media that their paid online multiplayer service, Nintendo Switch Online, will open its doors in September 2018.
Nintendo Australia have come through with local pricing for the first wave of just-announced Nintendo Labo kits for the Switch. Hit the jump to see how much you’ll be paying when they drop April 20. Continue reading Here’s how much Nintendo Labo will cost you in Australia
Let it never be said that Nintendo are afraid to take a gamble on a big idea. Still riding the immense wave of success generated by the Switch, Nintendo are doubling down on interactivity with Nintendo Labo, a line of build-it-yourself toys made out of cardboard. I know, I know, like most Nintendo announcements, it sounds insane. Hit the jump and watch the trailer, it’ll make more sense then, I promise. Continue reading Nintendo’s newest Switch gamble is a line of build-it-yourself cardboard toys called Nintendo Labo
Nintendo waited until Australia was asleep to spring a fast, 15 minute Nintendo Direct Mini broadcast outlining their forthcoming plans for 2018. There was some surprises and quite a bit of exciting footage so we’ve rounded up all the best stuff in one place. Hit the jump to see it all for yourself. Continue reading Everything you missed in this morning’s Nintendo Direct Mini
One of the most unique action RPG’s in Square Enix’s back catalogue is coming to the Nintendo Switch. The World Ends With You: Final Remix, an updated version of the Nintendo DS classic is coming to the Switch with updated controls and a brand new scenario. Continue reading The World Ends With You is coming to Nintendo Switch in 2018