Every so often, you might find yourself yearning for something to unwind with on the Nintendo Switch. That can be challenging without an Animal Crossing game on the system for now – and with most Switch titles being 30-hour epics or plain shovelware, it might be difficult to find something you can pick up without the obligation to complete it. This was the dilemma I found myself in, until I experienced Star Wars Pinball.
Over the last decade, the Mario & Sonic At The Olympic Games has become a tradition on Nintendo consoles with there being a new entry released every 2 years since 2007. But after skipping out on the Winter 2018 Olympics, the series is finally back and appearing for the first time on Nintendo Switch at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
When it comes to Sega franchises, the one that comes to mind after Sonic is the Super Monkey Ball series. Almost twenty years have passed since the first Super Monkey Ball game was released on a Nintendo platform and eight years since the last game in the series, Super Monkey Ball 3D was released. It’s been so long since the last game that I wondered if the franchise had been abandoned altogether. But then here comes Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz, originally released on the Wii on 2006. But this time it’s in HD.
Many Nintendo-published Wii U titles have already made their way over to the Nintendo Switch. At the onset of 2019, Nintendo has immediately kicked-off its first-party Switch line-up by releasing the New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe – a hit game ported over from Big N’s not so overly successful console: the Wii U. Since then, the Switch fandom have wondered (and speculated) what next title Nintendo might be planning to pull out from the Wii U’s sizeable catalogue.
The news cycle is complicated and that’s not news at all. But Headliner: Novi News will give you an insider’s perspective to the industry with the job of a newspaper headliner. The news is in your hands.
Cut wires out by using this new product from Bionik to connect your wireless headphones to your Switch.
When you read the title ‘River City Girls’, it’s unlikely to envoke any memories from your childhood for most people. Despite this, the River City games (also known as Kunio-kun) have actually been around since the late 1980’s and has quite cult the following. River City Girls is a spin-off of this franchise, developed by the fantastic team at Wayforward, the team responsible for the brilliant Shantae games and the Mighty Switch Force series.
When it comes to survival games, the first thing that comes to your mind are zombies. We seem to love everything zombie and there’s certainly plenty of them in Jungle Z, the latest survival game to hit the Nintendo Switch eShop. Whether you live or die, it’s your choice. In Jungle Z, you need to survive on the last day of Earth, surrounded by what feels like countless numbers of zombies with nothing but a very limited amount of supplies in your backpack. Will you survive?
It has been almost 30 years since the very first Fire Emblem game was released on the Famicon with Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon & the Blade of Light. During those 30 years ago, the Fire Emblem franchise has evolved dramatically, from being a niche franchise with waning popularity to only rise from the ashes with the hugely popular titles on the Nintendo 3DS. With more and more characters appearing in games like Super Smash Bros, spin-offs including Fire Emblem Warriors, the series is more popular than ever. Therefore, the time feels right for Fire Emblem to make the jump back to a home console for the first time since 2012. Welcome Fire Emblem: Three Houses.
Since its debut in 2011, the Mighty Switch Force! series has become a staple of WayForward’s indie library – offering hours of tense puzzle-platforming madness on the 3DS, Wii U, and PC. Well, fans can now enjoy the illustrious career of Officer Patricia Wagon in one place with Mighty Switch Force! Collection – which bundles four titles into one flashy package. In this review, we examine if the compilation truly delivers a bang for your buck on Nintendo Switch!