Nintendo consoles have always been the best home for the platforming genre and New Super Lucky’s Tale is the latest IP to make an appearance on the Switch in the hope of finding an audience. Released back in 2017 along with the launch of the Xbox One X under the title ‘Super Lucky’s Tale’, New Super Lucky’s Tale is essentially the same game but with major improvements to the camera and the DLC packed in.
Time to save your cat! And the human race while you’re at it. Let’s take a look at what VertexPop’s newest release is all about.
Grezzo, the developer behind the 3DS remakes of Ocarina of Time and Majora’s Mask, has arrived on the Switch with their latest remake of Nintendo’s revered series: a ground-up remake of the classic GameBoy title, Link’s Awakening.
Let’s take a look at the power of Trine in action with Frozenbyte’s newest addition to the series.
When Luigi’s Mansion was released on the GameCube back in 2001 to huge critical acclaim and commercial success, it showed that it wasn’t just Mario that could carry a game. And yet Nintendo have been incredibly slow at releasing more games from the Super Mario franchise where Mario ISN’T the main character. It took them 12 years to give Luigi his first sequel and now FINALLY, he is back on his third solo outing with Luigi’s Mansion 3.
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.
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