Month: July 2020

Neon Abyss

Neon Abyss – Switch Review

Binding of Isaac meets Enter the Gungeon in this spectacular rogue-lite gem, with an earned title of Neon Abyss; you jump headfirst into the side scroller shoot-em-up, hurling an endless stream of bullets at squishy blood-filled foes with pixel-art backdrops...

/ July 14, 2020
Void Terrarium

void tRrLM(); //Void Terrarium – Switch Review

The weirdly-titled game I’ll refer to as Void Terrarium is just as strange as its title suggests. In this dungeon crawler you’ll be hunting for supplies to take care of a human child in the middle of a toxic hellscape....

/ July 14, 2020

#Funtime – Switch Review

Take to outer space as #Funtime has you blasting enemy hazards with a unique colour coding mechanic. Enjoy its bright neon aesthetic and pumping techno soundtrack whilst you rack up those multipliers for high score bragging rights. Gameplay #Funtime has...

/ July 14, 2020
The Wonderful 101 Remastered

The Wonderful 101: Remastered – Switch Review

After its less than favourable commercial reception from its days being a Wii U exclusive, Platinum Games have given The Wonderful 101 another go with a remastered edition on Switch, PS4 and Steam. Take control of 100 heroes as they...

/ July 13, 2020
Another Crusade

Kickstarter Project of the Week: Another Crusade

For this week’s Switch Kickstarter Project of the Week, we will be looking at DragonVein Studios’ Another Crusade. The game is slated to release in Q4 2021 on PC and Mac, with Nintendo Switch and PS Store ports in consideration, to which the developers...

/ July 12, 2020
Tomb Raider

Rumour: Tomb Raider: The Ultimate Experience Coming to Nintendo Switch

There has been a lot of third-party support for the Nintendo Switch but one franchise that has been notably missing is the Tomb Raider series. However, that may be about to change as according to Game Rant, they have received...

/ July 10, 2020

Game Freak was Proposed to Redesign Pikachu to “Something Like a Tiger With Huge Breasts” During Localisation of Red/Blue

Yep, you read that right. During the localisation of Pokemon Red and Pokemon Blue, American staff gave proposed redesigns for Pikachu in the west as “something like a tiger with huge breasts”. This was at a time in the 90s...

/ July 10, 2020
Treehouse Live July

Nintendo Treehouse Live Showing Off Paper Mario: The Origami King Gameplay and New WayForward Game

We may not have a Nintendo Direct to look forward to, but Nintendo has revealed that there will be a Nintendo Treehouse Live to show off new gameplay footage of Paper Mario: The Origami King, as well as a brand...

/ July 10, 2020
Elden Path of the Forgotten

Elden: Path of the Forgotten – Switch Review

Elden: Path of the Forgotten is an 8-bit tough-as-nails RPG with a jaw-dropping diverse aesthetic and a wealth of spunky enemy designs ripe for hacking and slashing. Barring a handful of quirks, it’s a standout indie experience with plenty on...

/ July 10, 2020
Friends of Mineral Town

Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town – Switch Review (Video)

Back in 2003, the Game Boy Advance was treated to a beautiful Harvest Moon entry dubbed Friends of Mineral Town. In this classic, you inherit a farm in Mineral Town where you harvest crops, tend to your barnyard animals and...

/ July 8, 2020