Wenn man an Indie Games auf der Nintendo Switch denkt, kommen einem als erstes solche Hochkaräter wie der F-Zero-Konkurrent „FAST RMX“ (aus München!), das vielgelobte „Shantae: ½ Genie-Hero“, das weltweit mit Topwertungen überhäufte „Shovel Knight“ oder der Rookie „Blaster Master Zero“ in den Sinn. Das Independent-Studio „Panic Button“ schickt sich nun an, mit „Astro Duel Deluxe“ in diese elitäre Riege vorzustoßen.
Qbics Paint is not a game that you see every day on the Nintendo Switch. Neither is it a very conventional game in any sense. But how does Abylight Studio’s unique new game stack up on Nintendo’s latest hardware? Let’s find out.
It is not very often that you see Nintendo come up with brand new IP. Two years ago they saw considerable success with Splatoon, but will they see the same success with ARMS? Let us find out.
The Nintendo 3DS is home to many RPGs – Fire Emblem, Shin Megami Tensei, Bravely Default, Etrian Odyssey, Rune Factory, Dragon Quest, YO-KAI WATCH, and others…. but have you ever thought of it being a home to your very own RPGs too?
I was not born in the 8-bit era, neither the 16-bit. By the time I knew games it was already the 64-bit era, but yet Astro Duel Deluxe is a game that readily seemed familiar to me. Perhaps I played it many years ago as a flash game, perhaps I played it somewhere on some console; I cannot remember. But it is this familiarity that makes Astro Duel Deluxe so much nicer to play with.
Before we begin this review, I would like to point out that I have never played Mario Kart 8 (the original game on Wii U). Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is a totally brand new experience for me, so this review will be helpful to newcomers on Nintendo Switch who are still deciding on whether to purchase the game.
If there is a Nintendo 3DS game published by Nintendo that has nearly zero chances of leaving Japan, Daigasso! Band Brothers P is one.