I’m very bad at rhythm action games. I love them, but I get so easily flustered with them that when I miss one note, I then miss every subsequent one too. But yet I play, and really get into, every one I play for the sheer catharsis of the experience. So, I jumped at the chance to dive into Numskull Games first publishing project, the futuristic-styled Cytus α.Continue reading “Review | Cytus Alpha (NSW)”
Much alike the “New” series of Mario games, Nintendo have created another niche micro-genre within their platformers in the “handicrafts” area. With the latest in this line, Yoshi’s Crafted World, opting for a charmingly childish paper-craft concept this time.Continue reading “Review | Yoshi’s Crafted World (NSW)”
Mario Party as a franchise has a bloodied legacy across the ages, likely causing more fights amongst family and friends than Monopoly, Operation and Kerplunk combined. The last couple of games have been weak in comparison to the whole, with Mario Party 10 being incredibly lacklustre. Now that we have the Switch though, Nintendo are giving it another try with their eleventh main entry; Super Mario Party.Read more …
Tales of Vesperia has always been a missing link in my love of the Tales series, as a game that I had no means of playing (outside of imports) and yet one that was more widely praised than any other title in the whole franchise, and so I spent years of generally feeling sad about not playing it.Read more …
The gravy train of the Nintendo Switch just keeps on rolling, with a strong year ahead for Nintendo already, and that’s only the games confirmed at the moment. First out of the gate for the first party presence this year is New Super Mario Bros U Deluxe, a collective port of both of the games in that franchise from the Wii U.Continue reading “Review | New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (NSW)”
This article was originally posted on Nintendo Scene on 31st March 2018.
PQube are bringing the upcoming multi-franchise crossover, BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle to Europe in the summer for Nintendo Switch, as well as for the Sony PlayStation 4. As the summer is fast approaching, both PQube and the developer of the game, Arc System Works, are going into overdrive with their steady reveals of information about the game. Yesterday, Arc System Works uploaded a new overview trailer for the game to their YouTube channel. I have posted it directly below, and will discuss what information I have gleaned from the (entirely Japanese) trailer. Continue reading “News | Arc System Works Release New BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle Overview Trailer!!”
This review originally posted on Nintendo Scene on 27th January.
Have you ever wanted to fight your way through a series of generic Japanese tropes, while playing as slightly over-designed anime girls in a retro-style rendition of Japan? Well, do I have a treat for you. There’s a little game on the Switch eShop that fulfils that little dream called Phantom Breaker Battlegrounds Overdrive. The question is, before we get lost in dreams of waifus in lolita clothing, how actually is the game? Continue reading “Review | Phantom Breaker Battlegrounds Overdrive”