It can often be quite frustrating when developers continually port games from one console to another. But when that game is one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time, then we welcome it with open arms. Original released back in 2012 for Windows, Diablo III has made it onto numerous consoles and having sold over 30 million copies worldwide. It is something of a gaming classic and yet it is a franchise that has somehow passed this reviewer by.
Despite the Nintendo Switch only being on the market for around 18 months, the console has built up an incredibly impressive library of titles. From Breath of the Wild to Super Mario Odyssey, there are countless new titles available for you to play. But sometimes, there is nothing better than revisiting a classic and this Christmas, Sega are letting us do just that with Sega Genesis Classics.
Ninja’s have always been at the forefront of the gaming industry. Whether it was the adorable ninjas in ‘Mini Ninjas’ or in the super cool ninja’s in the Ninja Gaiden series, you would think that they would have done it all by this point. But here we are in 2018 with ‘Super Hyperactive Ninja’, a game involving ninjas and coffee. Maybe there are new ways to invigorate this video game staple after all?
When Dark Souls was originally released back in 2011, it was met with global critical acclaim. It went onto become not only a huge commercial success but spawned an incredibly loyal fanbase. Now 7 years later, Dark Souls is back, it’s remastered and it’s on Nintendo Switch.