Posts tagged Switch
Katana ZERO: Review (Switch)

Violent, unique, and downright beautiful, Askiisoft’s newest game, Katana ZERO, will have you slashing your way through enemies as a deep and intriguing story unfolds around you. Making their own attempt at the “one hit and you’re dead,” style of gameplay, Askiisoft adds their own unique twist to the format that makes Katana ZERO stand out amongst the rest.

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Overwhelm: Review (Switch)

After countless deaths and numerous attempts to clear the vicious hive, the desire to keep exploring until the enemy was defeated refused to stop growing. The excitement you feel with each dive into the deadly landscape is as addicting as it is thrilling. Tense moments coupled with sweaty palms and an increased heart rate, make Overwhelm a punishing, yet incredibly satisfying, experience.

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The Ace Attorney Trilogy is Coming to a Platform Near You

At this year’s Tokyo Game Show, Capcom announced that they’re bringing the Ace Attorney trilogy to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam early next year. If you haven’t given these legal-based games a try, and ever found yourself wondering why people were pointing dramatically at one another and shouting, “Objection!,” here’s your chance to get in on the fun.

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Who Ya Got: Pikachu vs. Eevee

In just under three months we will return to the Kanto region as we attempt to catch 'em all one more time with Pokémon: Let's GoThe new adventure coming to the Nintendo Switch on November 16, 2018 will be a revamped version of Pokémon Yellow with a slight difference. Instead of being forced to start your journey with Pikachu you are given the alternate choice of rolling with Eevee.

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Octopath Traveler: The Review

Octopath Traveler is the latest role-playing adventure from genre mainstay Square Enix, playable on the Nintendo Switch. Unlike the realistic graphics or anime styling of many modern Japanese role-playing games, Octopath looks and feels like a love letter to the bygone 16-bit era, a time which many consider the heyday of JRPGs.

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Nintendo Disregards Switch 2.0 in Favor of Online Features

This is some refreshing news for all Nintendo Switch owners. After the success of the console during its launch year the wait for substantial online services has been the last real hurdle. We already know the online paid services are coming in September. The minor price tag of $20 for a year subscription is more than affordable for the majority of the console's players.

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