One of the more interesting things about the Switch is seeing what ports from other platforms the system receives. The form factor of the console’s ability to be played on the big screen and on the go has made it an appealing proposition for games to make the switch to Nintendo’s system. Furi joins the wave in early 2018. Continue reading Furi Set For Switch Release Early Next Year
One needs only to glance at my history as a writer to see that Resident Evil is my favorite video game series. Specifically the first three titles, which both established and subsequently improved upon the survival horror genre on Sony’s PlayStation. While that type of game, with tank controls and static camera angles, are viewed today as relics of the past, Rainy Night Creations’ Vaccine may be a vital shot in the arm for this dormant genre. Continue reading Vaccine Review
SteamWorld Dig 2 continues the 2D adventure of the original SteamWorld Dig from 2013. The post-apocalyptic robot-centric world is far from baron in this new iteration. With updated visuals, deep gameplay mechanics, and simply a fun experience, SteamWorld Dig 2 is the perfect Metroidvania for anyone craving the genre. Continue reading SteamWorld Dig 2 Review
Much like Limbo, Playdead is set to bring its latest title to as many platforms as possible. Already available on PS4, XB1, and PC, Inside will be coming to the Nintendo Switch and iOS. Continue reading Inside Set for Nintendo Switch and iOS Release
As the Nintendo Switch continues to dominate, PHL Collective has announced that their 2015 game, Clusterpuck99, will be ported to the system. Continue reading Clusterpuck 99 Announced for Switch
The concept of the preorder is as simple as it is popular. Excited about an upcoming game or product? Put some money down and get it the same time it hits store shelves. It was a perfect way for consumers to both express excitement about a release and ensure their place as an early-adopter. There was always an inherent risk to preordering, but recent years have seen the practice becoming increasingly distorted and toxic. From limited supplies to vigilant scalpers, preordering has gone from an insurance policy to a necessity – forcing interested customers to act or be left behind. And that’s just hardware; software preorders continue to lure in potential buyers with exclusive bonuses and heavily doctored trailers. Long story short, preorders are out of control.
It has been a while since his last appearance, but everyone’s favorite beam katana assassin is back. Travis Touchdown returns to gaming action in the fittingly titled Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes. Continue reading Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Releases on Nintendo Switch in 2018