Month: September 2020

Shmubedi Boo

Shmubedi Boo – Switch Review

The small indie team of Dymtro Derybas are releasing Shmubedi Boo October 7th, a single screen platformer game much like Super Meat Boy and Celeste. It is a hardcore platformer where you might throw your controller or worse, your switch...

/ September 30, 2020
Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Ori and the Will of the Wisps – Switch Review

For fans who have patiently awaited the sequel to the masterful side-scroller that is Ori and the Blind Forest, disappointment is a word that will not even come close to describing the journey. The continuation of the story in Ori...

/ September 30, 2020
Umihara Kawase Bazooka

Umihara Kawase BaZooka – Switch Review

Arcade puzzle platforms are an anomaly in 2020 and it’s hard to know where they currently sit in the gaming space. Much like Bubble Bobble 4 Friends, Umihara Kawase BaZooka pits you in quick-fire stages where the aim is to...

/ September 28, 2020
Lonesome Village

Kickstarter Project of the Week: Lonesome Village

For this week’s Switch Kickstarter Project of the Week, we will be looking at Ogre Pixel’s Lonesome Village. The game is slated to release October 2021 on PC (via Steam) and Nintendo Switch. Here’s the overview: Lonesome Village is a cozy, quiet town struggling to...

/ September 27, 2020
For the King

For the King – Switch Review

For Honour! For Glory! FOR THE KING!!! For the King is a roguelike that warns you before you even enter the menu. You Will Die. This is not a joke warning, the game requires a lot of patience and learning...

/ September 26, 2020
The Rewinder

Showcase Saturday: The Rewinder

In this week’s Showcase Saturday, we wanted to highlight Misty Mountain Studio’s The Rewinder, a side-scrolling point and click adventure set in rural China. This beautiful game explores China’s cultural and spiritual history, having you play as Qi Yun, the last...

/ September 26, 2020
Axiom Verge

Axiom Verge – Switch Review

Axiom Verge is the Metroid homage developed by the one-man game-developing genius that is Thomas Happ. It’s a Metroidvania (obviously) that captures the exploration and impending sense of doom made famous in the genre by the timeless masterpiece known as...

/ September 24, 2020
Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Competition: Ori and the Will of the Wisps

Courtesy of iam8bit and Skybound Games, we are happy to announce that we are holding a competition to giveaway a digital copy of Ori and the Will of the Wisps. The code will be a North American copy but lucky for...

/ September 24, 2020
Unrailed!

Unrailed! – Switch Review (Quick)

It’s pretty clear from the get-go that Unrailed! is an abstract mish-mash of neat ideas hurled at the canvas from the developers given that the main menu isn’t interacted with a cursor or anything so mundane but by walking over...

/ September 24, 2020
Embracelet

Embracelet – Switch Review

Before the death of Jesper’s grandfather, he shares secrets of his past, passes down a mysterious bracelet and reveals that a young 17 year old Jesper will find answers on the northern Norwegian island known as Slepp. Embracelet is a...

/ September 23, 2020