Review: Save me Mr Tako: Tasukete Tako-san

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Games inspired by Nintendo’s earliest home consoles are easy to find, but once you’re on the go that reverence seemingly drops off. There just isn’t as much love for the Game Boy, which is a shame considering it was my first game system and home to some of my childhood…

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Review: The World Ends With You: Final Remix

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

The original DS was full of novel, touchscreen based titles. You had games like Rhythm Heaven and Ghost Trick existing due to this baby and using its unique features to certain degrees. Nintendo even tweaked some of their existing series to suit the system, like with Kirby Canvas Curse and…

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Review: Luigi’s Mansion for 3DS

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: 3DS, Reviews

It’s not a secret that I am the world’s biggest Luigi’s Mansion fan: I’ve been playing the game every October since it launched in 2001, and I still manage to write about the game several times a year right here on Nintendo Wire. Back in March, my not-so-secret hopes were…

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Starlink: Battle for Atlas | Unboxing and Review

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: Reviews, Switch

We’ve spent the weekend digging into Starlink: Battle for Atlas for the Nintendo Switch. Check out our in depth look at all of the toys and our thoughts on the game. Note: This video review covers the physical edition of Starlink. It’s possible to play the game digitally, without the…

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Review: Super Mario Party

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

In my eyes there are three multiplayer kings in the world of Nintendo. You have the crossover clobbering of Super Smash Bros., the fast-paced races of Mario Kart, and then there’s the dice rolling, luck cursing, Star gathering spectacular that is the one and only Mario Party. Part board game,…

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Review: Child of Light Ultimate Edition

Categories: Reviews, Switch

Conventional wisdom holds that all the inspired and artistic games are made by little indie teams with a vision, while the AAA studios pump out highly polished yet safer titles on a annual or biannual basis in their never ending quest to make All The Money. So when Ubisoft Montreal…

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Review: Mega Man 11 on Switch

Categories: Reviews, Switch

It’s been eight years since Mega Man’s graced us with his presence. Fans have since looked longingly toward the indie space to fill that Buster shaped hole in our hearts. While some failed to reach our Mighty expectations, others proved gallant feats of shovelry well worth unearthing. Yet still the…

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Review: TowerFall on Switch

Categories: Reviews, Switch

Full disclosure: I fell head over heels in love for the plucky platformer Celeste earlier this year. In fact, we here at Nintendo Wire gave it a perfect 10, praising its strong sense of storytelling and firm grasp of platformers past. So imagine my elation when approached to cobble together…

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Review: Wandersong on Switch

Categories: Reviews, Switch

To begin with a cliché, there are a lot of good games out there — especially right now, when it seems like a lot of AAA studios and indie developers are putting out their finest work. But what separates a good game from a great one? From a legend? In…

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Review: Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Reviews, Switch

During the September 13th Nintendo Direct, Square Enix brought Final Fantasy back to Nintendo in full force. While ports are planned throughout the end of the year and into 2019, the company kicked things off with a rendition of the series’ latest mainline entry: Final Fantasy XV Pocket Edition HD….

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Review: Valkyria Chronicles 4 on Switch

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Warfare is a common theme in video games, with large scale battles and the chance for heroics well suited to them. Where I’ve always thought it shined most though is in turn-based strategy games, with Fire Emblem standing proudly as a favorite. This is largely due to the interplay of…

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