The Nintendo Switch has tons of games that span across a massive range of genres, from super fun platformers to addictive racing titles to classic RPGs. One genre that I’ve never really paid attention to much however has been the RTS genre. RTS (Real Time Strategy) is actually a genre I enjoy a lot but I’ve only ever really played on PC. So when Northgard made the jump to the Nintendo Switch, it felt like the right game to give the RTS genre a shot on the Switch.
The Shantae series has been around for almost twenty years and it has gone from strength to strength. The first game in the series that I played was 2014’s ‘Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse’ on the Wii U. It was a super fun game that had all the platforming goodness that I love in there. It’s been almost 4 years since the last Shantae game so to say that I have been anticipating the release of ‘Shantae and the Seven Sirens’ is a bit of an understatement.
One of my favourite games as a kid was Mega Man X for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. I would play this game religiously but for some reason, I never played any of the other Mega Mega games. Thankfully over the last few years, Capcom has been releasing ‘Legacy’ collections, which cover the entirety of the Mega Man games onto major consoles. Now, Capcom have moved onto releasing legacy collections for the Meg Man Zero collection which I have to say, I’ve never even heard of before.
Video games adapted from anime typically fall in to the curse of being shallow and My Hero One’s Justice 2 is no exception. Although there are some great anime games such as Dragon Ball FighterZ or Dragon Ball Z Kakarot that don’t fall into this curse, My Hero One’s Justice 2 is sadly not one of them. Instead, the game lacks any creativity and was clearly rushed out in order to be released during the currently airing season of the anime it’s based on. It’s quite disappointing to see that this game was just another generic anime arena fighter as a video game based on the My Hero Academia series could potentially be amazing with how unique the series is.
There’s a new House in Fire Emblem: Three Houses but it’s a little odd compared to the others.
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.
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.
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.