Switch owners will finally get a chance to play Rocket League later this year and when they do they’ll have some Nintendo exclusive content to get a hold of while they play. It comes in the form of some special Nintendo themed cars. As you can see in the pictures they’re skinned like popular Nintendo characters Mario, Luigi, or Samus. The Mario and Luigi cars … Continue reading Nintendo Themed Cars Coming to Rocket League
Finding new games to play with friends or family can sometimes be hard. Do you have all the stuff you need? Will everyone really want to play this? Well, games like Use Your Words prove that the answer to both of those questions can be yes. Just about everyone today has some form of internet connected device, whether it’s an iPod, a phone, a refrigerator, or a computer. Okay, you probably can’t play Use Your Words on your refrigerator just yet, but that day will come soon. Whatever device you have you should grab it, get a couple of friends or family members together and play the game.
The development team over at Atooi is maybe best known recently for their hard as nails platformer Mutant Mudds and it’s sequel Mutant Mudds: I’m Going To Kill You In Every Way Imaginable, aka Mutant Mudds Super Challenge. It’s given rise to the term that I use to compare games to, Mutant Mudds hard. If a game is that hard you know it’s going to take a long time to beat. Let me ease your mind some now and say that the company’s most recent platformer Chicken Wiggle is nowhere near Mutant Mudds hard. It is challenging at times, but not pull your hair out and scream at the screen hard.
Chicken Wiggle stars two unlikely friends, a chicken and a worm named Wiggle. The two jump, flap and whip across 50 levels set in eight different themed worlds. As you go along new enemies and mechanics are introduced to up the challenge in a nicely graded slope that never has crazy difficulty spikes. From beginning to end you feel the challenge ramp up nicely, with what I think were actually a few lulls in difficulty along the way rather than the previously mentioned spikes. It’s good. It’s really fun, and it’s adorably cute.
There aren’t many times that I will just come out and say you absolutely should avoid a game at all costs. I can usually find something redeeming about any game; just one thing that I enjoyed. In the case of Troll and I from Maximum Games I’m not finding anything positive to talk about. I downloaded the game over the weekend to start playing it … Continue reading Don’t Play Troll and I
At E3 2015 Nintendo brought back their competitive series, the Nintendo World Championship at E3. Today the company announced that they’re bringing them back again. The event will be held on October 7th this year at the Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom in New York. Event qualifiers will take place in August and September. To qualify for the event you’ll need to enter one of the … Continue reading The Nintendo World Championships Are Back This October
Microsoft has Forza. Sony has Gran Turismo. Now Nintendo has theirs. It’s called Gear.Club Unlimited and it’s coming from developer Eden Games and publisher Microids. What do we know about this game the developers are calling the ‘First Serious Racing game for Nintendo Switch”? Not a whole lot, actually. The developers have released a 45 second teaser trailer for the game showing off some cars … Continue reading Nintendo Switch Is Getting Realistic Racer in Gear.Club Unlimited
I can remember when Dragon Quest Builders was first announced back in 2015. The Minecraft look mixed with the Dragon Quest universe immediately caught my attention. It was everything I thought I wanted in Minecraft. The game came out in October of 2016 and I finally got to play it earlier this year. It was everything I thought it would be and makes it a … Continue reading Dragon Quest Builders 2 Coming to Switch
The march for every Wii U game on Switch continues, but this time with a game that didn’t make it to Wii U for some reason. Capcom today has announced that Resident Evil: Revelations 1 & 2 will be heading to Switch later this year. A release date for the games has not yet been announced for the system. The games will display in 1080p … Continue reading Resident Evil Revelations Coming to Switch This Fall
Tomorrow marks the release of Bandai Namco’s latest classic games compilation, Namco Museum, on Switch. The game comes with a number of classic titles like Pac-man, Galaga, Splatterhouse, and Pac-man Vs. The multi-player nature of that last title means you might need some friends to play as well and you might need to carry more accessories than normal because of it. Waterfield Designs is releasing … Continue reading Buy A WaterField Case For Switch, Get Namco Museum For Free
Dimension Drive is a game I’ve been following for a while. It had a bit of a troubled history on Kickstarter that we talked about back in 2015 where they fell victim to a scam donation that had originally helped get them funded. They came back a few months later and got the game fully funded through another Kickstarter campaign. The game then released on … Continue reading Dimension Drive Makes Its Console Debut On Switch