To many of us Switch owners, the eShop is packed with terrible mobile games that simply shouldn't be on the platform, but what happens when a great mobile game is ported to the Switch? That was one question I had in mind when playing, and reviewing Old Man's Journey, leading me to positively shocking discoveries.
Zelda Comes in Many Shapes, and Sizes
Like finding a dead body in the midst of the night, The Sexy Brutale plans to create a mysterious playground- a dark nightmare. However after playing The Sexy Brutale for roughly two hours, I found that the game's only nightmare, is the game itself.
Black The Fall draws direct parallels with Limbo (and Inside for that manner). Yet despite the clearly drawn comparisons, I had a fairly enjoyable time with Black The Fall.
Pile up and head to the bunker!
A friend of mine is looking into getting his hands on a shiny new Nintendo Switch, and there is no reason to blame him for wanting to do so. The Switch one of 2017's best selling consoles and according to CNET it makes for one of the "best tech gifts for 2017" However it is… Continue reading Nintendo Switch Buying Guide for 2017
Back to the 90's Max is a game that is heavily inspired by 90's platformers, it promises to have a good narrative and solid platforming with unique features that distinguish it from the modern competition. After beating the game, how does it stack up? Let's find out! Max: Curse of the Brotherhood - Nintendo Switch… Continue reading Nintendo Switch – Max: Curse of The Brotherhood #58
An Untouched Classic I started playing Minecraft when I was 10, and I've got to admit that it was one of the best gaming experiences I have ever had in my entire life. However as time went by, Minecraft became less and less innovative, and its forte (online mini-games) suddenly became overlooked by games like… Continue reading Nintendo Switch – Minecraft #49