All posts by James Troughton

Super Mario Galaxy coming to Nintendo Switch

According to EuroGamer, Nintendo is bowing to fan demand and porting the Wii classic, Super Mario Galaxy, over to their latest handheld platform, the Switch. This comes with news of an upcoming release of a deluxe edition of Super Mario...

/ March 31, 2020
Exit the Gungeon

Exit The Gungeon – Switch Review

Tight-knit, high-octane shoot-em-ups with an onslaught of action pooling out onto the screen are always a fun time, so it’s brilliant to see Exit the Gungeon delivering on its bullet-hell sales-pitch without disappointing. Gameplay To be quite frank, Exit the...

/ March 23, 2020
Indie World

Indie World Presentation Recap (March 17, 2020)

Another Indie World Presentation has just been and gone and we have 20 minutes worth of recap to catch up on if you haven’t seen it, or perhaps just a reminder. Blue Fire Graffiti Games Release date Summer 2020 Baldo...

/ March 18, 2020
Dead or School

Dead or School – Switch Review

In a world overridden by a zombie plague that has forced the leftovers of society underground, a cast of self-aware over-sexualized anime-girls peruse the tunnels of the subway system, armed with an arsenal that would make Ratchet proud. Gameplay Before...

/ March 14, 2020
Samurai Shodown

Samurai Shodown – Switch Review

The lesser-known classic fighting cousin of Mortal Kombat, Tekken and Street Fighter has returned for the Nintendo Switch, with an archaic story-mode, shoddy graphics and a wealth of brilliant beat-em-up fights. Gameplay The combat in Samurai Shodown is slower-paced than...

/ March 2, 2020
Two Point Hospital Switch Review

Two Point Hospital – Switch Review

In a world of Jimmy Neutron lookalikes with Sims-like gameplay and some Game Dev Tycoon style goalposts come Two Point Hospital, a brilliant simulation experience that puts you, a very likely unqualified individual, in charge of building a medical facility....

/ March 1, 2020
Vitamin Connection

Vitamin Connection – Switch Review

The classic sci-fi trope of miniaturization and bodily-invasion, where you go into a human being to fight off some nasty diseases, is a brilliant one that refuses to die, whether its Rick & Morty taking it on with a carnival...

/ February 19, 2020
Crash Drive 2 Switch Review

Crash Drive 2 – Switch Review

The racing genre is somewhat stagnant, with very few games truly standing out amongst the crowd, unless of course your name is Mario and you have a little Nintendo get-together every now and then with some go-karts. However, the talented...

/ February 10, 2020

Stories Untold – Switch Review

The clattering of the mechanical keyboard in the eerily silent room is heightened by the old CRT monitor whizzing away with the text adventure game getting all too real. It’s a phenomenal introduction to a stellar experience that only gets...

/ January 21, 2020