Prehistoric Co-op Comes to Switch in Caveman Warriors

I’m not entirely sure what this game is, but based off the trailers it looks bizarre, quirky, weird, and crazy fun. The game is called Caveman Warriors, and there are airplanes, cavement, a not-nazi He-man, and so much more. The game, according to the press release is a four player co-op platformer where different characters will have different abilities. It’s playable for between 1-4 players. … Continue reading Prehistoric Co-op Comes to Switch in Caveman Warriors

Full Gear.Club Unlimited Car Roster Revealed

When the first set of cars were announced for upcoming Switch racers Gear.Club Unlimited publisher Microids focused on the super cars.  Now they’ve revealed the full list of cars that will be available when the game drops later this year and it includes more every day car manufacturers like Ford, BMW, and Nissan. This brings the total number of cars available in the game to … Continue reading Full Gear.Club Unlimited Car Roster Revealed

Atlus Announces Details for Radiant History Launch Edition

Radiant Historia first debuted on the DS back in 2011. Next year Atlus is bringing an enhanced, extended port of the game to the 3DS in the form of Radiant History: Perfect Chronology. Player who pick up a copy of the game on launch day can grab some goodies in the Launch Edition of the game. It features an art book and a decal set … Continue reading Atlus Announces Details for Radiant History Launch Edition

Beautiful Shooter Sine Mora Launches on Switch Soon

Sine Mora is a beautiful game, where the developers say time matters. The extended version of the game, called Sine Mora EX, will launch on Switch beginning on September 26th. It will release in the rest of the world on October 10th.  The game is currently listed at $29.99 at Target, but on Amazon it’s showing as $19.99. The game features include: 16:9 Aspect ratio … Continue reading Beautiful Shooter Sine Mora Launches on Switch Soon

RBI Baseball ’17 Review (Switch)

The list of baseball games I’ve played in my life includes dozens of titles. From the days of the NES until now I take the time every year to play games featuring my favorite sport of all time. Homerun on the Atari 2600, Little League Baseball, RBI Baseball, Hardball III, Tony LaRussa Baseball, The Show, the list goes on and on. As sim games increase in popularity it’s nice to see some franchises sticking to the arcade roots of the sport from years past. I don’t feel one way or another is right or better. They really come down to personal preferences. RBI Baseball ‘17 looks to recapture the feeling many people had playing the series back on the days of the NES, but with an up to date look.

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PowerA Releasing Mario & Zelda Themed Controllers For Switch

One of the biggest complaints that many people have about Switch controllers right now is the cost. To get a new Pro Controller would set you back $69.99 and a new complete set of Joy-con controllers would set you back $79.99. Accessory manufacturer PowerA may have a solution for people looking for something on a smaller budget. Beginning on October 23rd they’ll be releasing two … Continue reading PowerA Releasing Mario & Zelda Themed Controllers For Switch

Nintendo Okie Podcast – Episode 379

Shelby struggles to stay awake, Shannon continues to jam the wind, Ethan buys Pop-Tarts and Tony hits the mound. episode-379 Starring – Tony, Shannon, Ethan, Shelby Run time – 1:24:22 You can send in emails to the show; podcast@nintendo-okie.com. You can follow us on Twitter, join the Facebook group and subscribe to our YouTube channel. Continue reading Nintendo Okie Podcast – Episode 379