If the thought of braving shopping malls to grab some last minute gifts, the good news is there are lot of gifts to give in the form of digital video games that are just as good. Here’s rundown of some solid games you could give either in advance of or on Christmas Day, via the glory of digital purchases:
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.
Pokémon: Let’s Go Pikachu/Let’s Go Evee is a Nintendo Switch exclusive that puts your right in the world of Pokémon, complete with your own Poke Ball.
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.
Just when I think I have reached the end of the weird sub-genre indie game deep end, I swim a little further out and find something like Monster Loves You … Continue reading In The Game: Monster Loves You For The Nintendo Switch Reviewed
I’ll get right to it, gang, Nefarious is a lot of fun, even for a guy that has traditionally sucked at this genre of game.
Set in the beautiful, but really bizare world of Korean mythology, Shikhondo – Soul Eater is a pretty standard up-scrolling “bullet-hell” shooter.
Lovers of tabletop gaming may find lots to enjoy in ‘Unexplored’ for the Nintendo Switch, as long they don’t mind dying a lot.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment announced Scribblenauts Mega Pack, a new two-game collection featuring full versions of Scribblenauts Unlimited and Scribblenauts Unmasked: A DC Comics Adventure.
When the Princess and I saw that there was going to be a Nintendo Switch game based on the series, we were both pretty excited to get our hands on it.
If you ever played Castlevania or Altered Beast or other “dark” side scrolling adventure games as a kid, then Slain: Back From Hell will be like spending the night at your parents house and sleeping in your old room
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.