Yo-Kai Watch 4 gets a World Hobby Fair 2019 trailer

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, Switch

This year, Level 5 will be bringing Yo-Kai Watch to the Nintendo Switch for the first time, with the latest numbered entry. With a revamped battle system, more realistically scaled world, and a story that meshes the original series with the darker “Shadowside” movie universe, it’s looking to be an…

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Review: New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

Categories: Reviews, Switch

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (still a mouthful of a title!) is the latest in a line of Wii U games given a second chance at life on the Nintendo Switch, following the likes of Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Bayonetta 2, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze,…

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Oniken and Odallus heading to Switch in early February

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, Switch

If you’ve exhausted the Switch’s many, many retro-inspired titles, or are just on the market for a new blast to the past, then you may want to clear out your plans for February 8th. Developer Joymasher is partnering with Digerati to bring Oniken and Odallus to modern consoles, starting first…

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Review: Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Back on the Wii one of my favorite pickups was No More Heroes. Putting you in control of Travis Touchdown, an up and coming beam katana assassin climbing the ranks of killers, it was a strange game where you spent time dumpster diving and mowing lawns to raise up some…

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Game Freak’s Giga Wrecker Alt. confirmed for Switch

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: News, Switch

After a few early ratings board leaks, Giga Wrecker Alt. has been officially confirmed for Switch. One of Game Freak’s rare non-Pokémon experimentations, Giga Wrecker originally released for Windows back in 2017 as part of the studio’s internal “Gear Project” where developers try out new ideas. Rising Star Games will…

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Review: YIIK: A Postmodern RPG

Categories: Reviews, Switch

The most upsetting kind of game is not one that’s catastrophically awful, or aggressively mediocre, but rather one that should by the sum of its parts be an unmitigated wonder, only to fall short of its own promises due to flaws of its own making. A game that’s truly horrible…

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