E3 2019 Impressions: How did Nintendo fare?

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: Features, Switch

As the other big companies turn towards streaming and the next generation of consoles, Nintendo had to use E3 2019 to prove that the Switch will remain relevant in a time of transition for the video game industry. I believe Nintendo’s E3 Direct did exactly that, and I think that…

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E3 Demo Impressions: Luigi’s Mansion 3

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Features, Switch

With another E3 rolling around, one thing I always look forward to is the opportunity to spend time with the upcoming games that Nintendo is showing off. Add in the fact that Nintendo is showing off the third installment of Luigi’s Mansion, a game that is very near-and-dear to my…

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Impressions: Duck Game for Switch

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Features, Switch

It was over two years ago that Adult Swim games announced they would be bringing the indie hit Duck Game to Nintendo Switch — and the weapon-wielding, pixelated poultry have finally landed on the hybrid console. Duck Game’s release on Switch brings along frantic multiplayer, both local and online, as…

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Impressions: Va-11 Hall-A on Switch

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Features, Switch

I’m not one to say no to a good drink, especially when it’s poured by a set of practiced hands and an open mind. Whether you’ve spent some time in dives or not, a practiced bartender makes all the difference no matter how far you want to take your inebriation…

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Impressions: My Time at Portia on Switch

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Features, Switch

Few games that take place in a post-apocalyptic setting are as relaxing as My Time at Portia. As a young adult, you move to Portia to take over your father’s old workshop, aiming to help improve the town and become the best builder around. The premise seems simple enough off…

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