With the release of Fortnite on the Switch, it was finally time to give the Battle Royale genre a good try. The results were spectacular!
Super Mario Odyssey (NWS) Review
The long awaited spiritual successor to Super Mario 64 and Mario Sunshine has finally landed to roaring acclaim. Do we agree? Yah, we do!
Golf Story (NSW) Review
Even after my initial apprehension to 16-bit golfing, Golf Story blew our minds with its fun gameplay, characters, dialogue and general humor.
Super Mario Run (iOS) Review
Super Mario Run surprised even me with an unexpected level of difficulty, incentive to repeat stages and a surprisingly addictive player versus player mode.
Splatoon 2 (NSW) Review
Splatoon 2 is a solid package. The mechanics and flow of the game are impressively fun. The variety of weapons and modes succeeds in keeping the experience always feeling fresh.
I Am Setsuna (NSW) Long Review
A re-release of the 2016 PS4/PC game, ‘I Am Setsuna’ returns players to the classic days of JRPG’s with a streamlined story, lovable cast of characters and an encounter/combat system straight out of Chrono Trigger.
Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) Review
Guerrilla Games’ latest project does not tread too far from the conventional open world formula. But, are its setting, story and gameplay strong enough to make it stand out?
Orzly Premium Tempered Glass Screen Protector Review
After a long month wait, the tempered glass screen protectors I ordered finally arrived! My Switch is now even more sexy.
Blaster Master Zero (NX) Review
A remake of the NES classic, ‘Blaster Master Zero’ expands the Metroid-vania style adventure with its own unique gameplay twists.
Super Bomberman R (NX) Review
Bomberman landed with the Switch launch. What does it have to offer beyond multiplayer and is it worth the asking price?
Pokémon Sun & Moon (3DS) Review
Game Freak has learned to make better and better Pokémon games with every generation, and it truly shows with Sun & Moon.
Jade Empire: Special Edition (iOS) Review
If you are looking for a thorough Action RPG of BioWare caliber, ‘Jade Empire: Special Edition’ might be worth the price.