The fine folks at Nintendo recently ported over the Wii game Super Mario U Deluxe to their Switch console, and there’s at least one happy gamer living in our house.
Pikachu and Eevee finally come to the Nintendo Switch with the ‘Let’s Go’ games, marking the return of the beloved series to console gaming.
Andy Burns and The Princess went to Nintendo’s Holiday Party, where they tried out new games and talked to Nintendo of Canada’s Communication Manager, Andrew Collins.
Battle Group 2 is fundamentally sound and fun at times, but it’s a short game with little replayability, making for a great bite-sized adventure better suited for those looking for a quick play with little long-term commitment.
Scribblenauts Mega Pack combines two games, Unlimited and Unmasked that have been available on mobile, and that have now made their way on to the Nintendo Switch.
if Super Mario Odyssey is Avengers, The Mooseman is I Heart Huckabees. One is a big screen, easy to digest popcorn fest, and the other is a weird little film that really isn’t for everyone.
Ink for the Nintendo switch is not my cup of tea. I want to get that out of the way, along with the notion that my cup of tea is different from yours and yours from mine.
To describe what Shape of the World by Hollow Tree Games is, it‘s useful to explain first what it isn’t and the first example that springs to mind is Sonic the Hedgehog. Where Sonic is speed, danger, points, enemies and bosses, Shape of the World is the exact opposite.
There’s been some catch-up going on in our house with our Nintendo Switch reviews. I’ve got two games to talk about in this instalment, and they really couldn’t be more different from one another.
Don’t Die Mr. Robot! is an addictive, arcade style game that plays like a top shelf mobile game on the big screen.
The Princess and I are sitting at the kitchen table, and I’ve just finished a bunch of levels on Kirby Star Allies, the new 2D platform game for the Nintendo Switch. The only real problem is, I still don’t know what a Kirby is. So, I turn to the expert.
Growing up in the 1980s and ’90s, I always found myself grabbing for a Choose Your Own Adventure or Twistaplot book.