The Skirmisher talks about how the Super Mario 3D All-Stars release has been a slap in the face to fans of the series. Not only is this being put out in limited release to artificially inflate interest, but used copies are being sold for hundreds of dollars. Come on Nintendo. There is a pandemic and gamers deserve better than this.
Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a perfect and relaxing game for our troubled times. It’s also one of those titles that makes it worth owning a Nintendo Switch just to play. It should be held up in the same way as Mario, Zelda and Super Smash Bros as a true classic that is accessible to everyone.
We all want to get and play the latest and greatest hits in gaming this holiday, but don’t overlook the possibility of snagging some great titles that are either still being actively developed, or perhaps a little older, and as such are being offered for some amazing holiday prices. This week is all about trying to game on the cheap!
This week, with a smorgasbord of excellent Switch releases available for perusal, Drew opts to play and talk about the most current, bleeding-edge Switch games, and provides useful and timely reviews for all of them. Really. No lying.
The mobile game Time Wasters continue this week as Billy takes a look at Nintendo’s newest smartphone game: Dr. Mario World.
News that a new Switch Lite is on the way, hot on the heels of the highly successful full-size Nintendo Switch, is great news for gamers who need a fully portable gaming platform. September is going to be a wild month for Nintendo fans.
There has been lots of news out of Nintendo lately, with the Regginator retiring and big rumors that Switch players will soon be able to stream Xbox games. Hargosh breaks down all the rumors, and what they might mean for gamers this week.
The big games of 2019 include a cyberpunk search for human connection, dystopian DC, demon slaying and a spot of fishing and weeding. That’s right, all our hobbies are represented in the next 12 months with Animal Crossing, the latest from Platinum Games and From Software, as well as some indie gems like Sable.
The ultimate 2D fighting series returns with Super Smash Bros: Ultimate, a game that attempts to leverage the wonderful features and nostalgia of the original, with a ton of new content to boot. It works! Super Smash Bros: Ultimate is a knockout.
Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! harkens back to the good old days of Pokémon Yellow. It has all of that same, classic gameplay, but with a modern take on the plot and story. And when combined with a Pokéball, it enhances the gameplay even more.