Preview | Octopath Traveler Demo

Anyone who knows me will know that I am rather a large fan of the JRPG genre, in fact, I normally will drop pretty much any other game I happen to be playing to pick one up. Furthermore, in that genre, I consider Bravely Default to be one of the best. So when I found out that some of the guys behind Bravely were making a new JRPG, I was all for it. Enter, Octopath Traveler. Continue reading “Preview | Octopath Traveler Demo”


Review | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

This review was originally posted on Nintendo Scene on 12th March 2017.

It’s finally here. After a considerable length of time, including several delays, Breath of the Wild is finally in our midst. What’s more, we have it simultaneously as a swan song for the Wii U and an opening for Nintendo’s new Switch console. During this review I will be talking about the Switch version, so any difference between the versions won’t be covered here. Also, don’t worry, I won’t be posting any spoilers of anything past the first hour or so (I’ve played roughly 35 hours at time of writing). Okay, so is the return of The Legend of Zelda actually any good? Well, that is a bit of a big question … Continue reading “Review | The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild”


Review | Splatoon 2

I know that it’s been out for a while, but I wanted to actually really get into each mode before throwing my verdict out there. Turns out I didn’t really need to, but more on that a little later. So, the breakout hit of the Wii U has got a sequel on Switch! I can’t say I’m overly surprised, and I completely loved the original (despite it’s flaws), also I could have easily seen a follow up coming. However, how does Splatoon 2 stand up against the original and how does it stand now that gaming has moved on a little since its predecessor?  Continue reading “Review | Splatoon 2”