Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition Heading to Switch in September

In an effort to get every game that was on the Wii U onto the Switch Ubisoft and Nintendo have announced that Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition will be coming to the Switch beginning in September. The game, which will feature all of the content from the original game as well as new, exclusive content, will be available at retail and through the eShop on September … Continue reading Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition Heading to Switch in September

Superbeat: Xonic Makes Its Way to Switch

If you know anything about the staff of Nintendo Okie it’s that we all very much like rhythm games. From Elite Beat Agents to Rhythm Heaven to Project Diva and more. If it’s got music that you push buttons, tap screens, or rotate analog sticks in time to we’re probably going to play it. Some of us have talked about this newest game coming to … Continue reading Superbeat: Xonic Makes Its Way to Switch

Lost Sphear Coming to North America in January

Square Enix has announced when their newest Switch release will make its way to the console. The game, called Lost Sphear, is an RPG using the same engine as their most recent release on the system, I am Setsuna. The game will be available through the Nintendo eShop on January 23rd, 2018. Currently the game is available for pre-order through Steam and the Playstation Store … Continue reading Lost Sphear Coming to North America in January

NBA Playgrounds Update Adds Friend Invites and More

NBA Playgrounds has had a troubled history since its launch on Switch. The developers recently released an update that added online play, new shooting mechanics, and a shot meter among other things. Now the developers say that another update is coming very soon, and that includes Switch. The new update called The Hot Update, which as of this writing, doesn’t have an official release window … Continue reading NBA Playgrounds Update Adds Friend Invites and More

Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas Review (Nintendo Switch)

Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas was originally developed for iOS devices back in 2013 and has been ported over the years to other consuls like PS4, Vita and now finally the Nintendo switch. The game starts with you, the unnamed protagonist, waking up to find your father has gone off to defeat a monster named Oceanhorn. With your dead mother’s pendant glowing and leading you to find a weapon, the story unfolds to reveal that something evil is going on in the world around you. Continue reading “Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas Review (Nintendo Switch)”

Vaccine Review (Switch)

“Despite all your efforts, your friend got infected again.” That’s the message you’re greeted with when you boot up Vaccine. This is a game recently for the Nintendo Switch that doesn’t hide the fact it was heavily inspired by classic horror games like Resident Evil. From tank controls to static cameras to heavily pixelated 3D graphics everything about this game screams old school. Does it really stand up to the test of time however, or is it a relic of a bygone age?

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GoNNER Review (Nintendo Switch)

Don’t let the cute design or simplicity fool you, GoNNER is a hard game. GoNNER is a roguelike 2D platformer with procedurally-generated levels which means you’re gonna have your work cut out for you reaching the goal of each stage.

You play as a small blob equipped with a skull, gun, and a backpack. Each level you start by exiting a giant snake creature and end each level getting eaten by a giant snake creature. Between you and each snake creature is an army of demonic looking things that you can either eliminate or avoid. Each level will get progressively harder with the inclusion of more enemies, as well as more difficult terrain to traverse. Continue reading “GoNNER Review (Nintendo Switch)”

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Coming To Switch in September

Bandai Namco today has announced that Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 will be making its way to Switch later this year. The game, set to arrive on September 22nd will feature Switch specific functionality. You will be able to performs classic Dragon Ball moves like Kamehameha and Spirit Bomb using the motion controls built into the Joy Con controllers. Up to six people will be able … Continue reading Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Coming To Switch in September

Scribblenauts Creator Bringing New Community Focused Game to Switch

When you say the words ‘From the developer of Scribblenauts,’ you have my attention. Co-founder of 5th Cell and current head of developer Digital Continue, Joe Tringali is working on a new game called Next Up Hero. The game is currently in development, but they’ve sent along a trailer showing some early game play of the game. I’m very interested in seeing more of this … Continue reading Scribblenauts Creator Bringing New Community Focused Game to Switch

Splatoon 2 Detailed During Direct

Nintendo has outlined many of the details today for their upcoming release of Splatoon 2 through a newly released Nintendo Direct focused on the title. The game, which will be out on July 21st includes a large array of new features, customization options, and characters. You can view the entire Nintendo Direct presentation below, beginning around the 11 minute mark. First up new customization options … Continue reading Splatoon 2 Detailed During Direct