The first realistic racing game on Nintendo Switch, Gear.Club Unlimited, has started its engines today. Originally released on smartphones a few years ago, Eden Games, the developers of Gear.Club Unlimited, tout the Switch version as a premium experience.
Violett, developed by Forever Entertainment, was originally released in 2013 as a mobile. The game has since been remastered and ported onto the Nintendo Switch. The game is suggested to be played utilizing the Switch’s touchscreen capabilities. However, the controls have been adjusted to accommodate docked mode as well. This point and click adventure has some very unique puzzles that will rattle your brain. I decided to respect the developers and play this game in handheld mode only and jab the screen to completion.
The time has come – Game Freak’s final Pokemon installment for the 3DS family is upon us. Shigeru Ohmori, Game Freak’s director, considers Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon as the “culmination” of their work on the 3DS family. In an IGN interview, he says the games “push the system to its absolute limits”.
Nicalis’ Ittle Dew 2+, a follow up to 2013’s Ittle Dew, is an open world adventure with tons to see. Ittle and her pal Tippsie crash on a little island and must explore to repair their raft. This game is directly inspired from the earlier 2D, top down style Legend of Zelda games. The game was originally released in late 2016 on other platforms. The game is dripping with charm and adventure. Developers Ludosity Interactive have done a great job creating a smooth and compete package. I had never played the first game, so I was excited to download the title and begin playing!
When Sonic Forces was first announced back in July of 2016, a lot of fans were excited. After the abysmal release of Sonic Boom, Sega announced that they were reshuffling their business and adjusting their corporate strategy. This left fans hopeful the next Sonic endeavor would be on par with the original games or the likes of Sonic Adventure.
Bethesda, a company which has rarely developed for Nintendo consoles, has brought one of their biggest IPs, DOOM, to Nintendo Switch.
Wheels of Aurelia is a visual novel plus driving game all blended into one. But how does a game that mixes both concepts fare?
Can a $2.99 game actually be worth playing? Can it actually have enough to get you absorbed into it, yet, allow the developers to make money? Can it justify its place on the Nintendo Switch’s Catalogue? Read on to find out.
The Nintendo Switch is no stranger to Party Games, it is practically designed for multiplayer. However, what happens when you take the classic Spelunker franchise and give it a party makeover? Read on to find out.
The Internet is abuzz with discussion around Nintendo’s latest 3D platforming masterpiece, Super Mario Odyssey. What many people don’t know, however, is that another 3D platformer, an indie gem called “Poi”, was released onto the Switch’s eShop just a few days before Odyssey’s big launch. This game is what we’ll be looking at today. So is Poi a joy, or a ploy? Read on to find out.