Month: July 2020

Donkey Kong Country Nintendo Switch Online

Donkey Kong Country Being Added to Nintendo Switch Online

Fans have been begging for it and Nintendo have finally conceded. Rare’s infamous 1994 classic Donkey Kong Country is coming to the Nintendo Switch Online service on July 15th. In addition, the Super Nintendo Entertainment system app will also be...

/ July 8, 2020
Superliminal

Superliminal – Switch Review (Quick)

“Perception is reality.” From the get-go, that mind-bending phrase lingers, as you manipulate the size of chess pieces simply by altering how far away they are, truly impacting their physical nature. It’s a concept so simple and yet so intriguing,...

/ July 8, 2020
Adventures of Chris

Adventures of Chris Announced for Nintendo Switch

What do you get when you combine Mega Man and Captain Planet? Adventures of Chris… apparently. This 2D platformer aims to bring back everything that was great about the 90s. Here’s the rundown: Want to relive the best year ever,...

/ July 7, 2020
CrossCode

CrossCode – Switch Review

Playing a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game (MMORPG) is a unique experience, but something even more unique is playing one as a solo single-player adventure. That’s exactly what CrossCode is, with it having you play as Lea, an avatar on...

/ July 6, 2020
Duru

Kickstarter Project of the Week: Duru

For this week’s Switch Kickstarter Project of the Week, we will be looking at Twisted Ramble Games’ Duru. The game is slated to release in November 2020 on PC and Mac, with a Nintendo Switch port coming later. Here’s the overview: Duru is a...

/ July 5, 2020
Catherine Full Body

Catherine: Full Body – Switch Review

Thirsty dating sims for lonely souls that play on misogynistic ideals with anime-girls clad in skimpy clothing are as cheap as they are plenty, which makes Catherine: Full Body all the more refreshing, given its step away from the formulaic,...

/ July 5, 2020
Biped

Biped – Switch Review

Biped is a cute little game about a cute little robot. The controls may be weird but the game looks promising and allows for a lot of fun to be shared alongside another. However, the real question is whether this...

/ July 3, 2020
Game Development in South Australia

Video Game Development in South Australia Supported by 10% Rebate – Interview with David Ridgway

Video game development in South Australia has just received a major boost in financial support by the state government announcing the Post-Production, Digital and Visual Effects Rebate. In order to learn more, we got on the phone and interviewed the...

/ July 1, 2020