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.
Fantasy Strikes simplifies fighting games to its basics but teaches you the player mentality that can be used for any game in the genre.
Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble is an attempt to bring back the tactical RPG gameplay of past games in the genre with a modern twist. But there’s a few bumps along the way.
When Devolver Digital and DeadToast first showed off My Friend Pedro at E3 last year, I was extremely excited. This was looking to be quite different from the studios previous games with it heavily focusing on jam packed action and your very own creativity. So after a year of being announced, the game has finally made its way on Nintendo Switch.
First of all – for this review I have really collected all the hidden stuff. I wanted to master every challenge and to find every secret of the game. And I did it! So, let’s count: I collected 693 “Smiley Flowers”, 121 crafts and 174 costumes for my personal yellow Yoshi in 49 courses. Oh yes, that’s a lot! It took me about 30 hours to complete the game.
Blue Isle Studios’ released a game 3 years ago that attempted to capture the magic of the nautral world around us with a burning anticipation to look around every corner.
Ever since Team Sonic Racing was revealed last year, I was extremely excited. Finally, we would be getting a sequel to 2012s Sonic & All Stars Racing Transformed from Sumo Digital on current generation consoles even including the Nintendo Switch. The game was looking to be great with confirmed compositions from Sonic music veterans such as Crush 40, Jun Senoue and Tee Lopes making a return and with racing tracks based on stages from newer Sonic games making their way into the game. So after one long delay, the game is finally here and better than ever.