It's hard to believe that I'm actually playing Breath of the Wild right now, and it is freaking me out a little bit. As fans, we have waited a LONG time for this game - originally scheduled to just be released on the Wii U, or so we thought - and to finally have it on the Nitnendo Switch is a dream come true. Let's face it: it has been a LONG time since we have played a new Zelda title on a home console, with the latest few releases being remakes of older titles. Although I cannot get too ...
The Wii U user interface was very blocky, bland, and somewhat aimed at kids. Sure, it was easy to use, but it wasn't as visually appealing as what we got out of the Xbox One and PS4 interfaces. The Nintendo 3DS, while like the Wii U in it's blocky look, eventually gave gamers the option to customize their home screens, keeping the child like presence and appeal, but giving older gamers a chance to make it different. With the Nintendo Switch, it appears as if Nintendo is attempting to ...
Although the Wii was a relatively well built console, nothing Nintendo has built to date rivals the quality of the Nintendo Switch. The Switch has the unique purpose of being both a home console and a portable device, which required special engineering to ensure that nothing was left out, and that build wise, it was solid.
It is almost March 3rd, but thanks to Nintendo of Canada, we have had the opportunity to pay around with it, 1-2-Switch, and the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild over a week early. While we are not allowed to publish scores and final thoughts, a number of things have surfaced for me - positives and negatives - that I will discuss over a series of articles.
Author: Daniel Fugate Category: Action
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, Switch News
23rd February, 2017
Nintendo announced today that the eshop would be available at the launch of their new system: the Switch! Not only that, but there will be some Indie games on day 1 too. We have a press release below detailing what will and won’t be available on the Switch eshop’s first day!
I remember when the 3DS came out and there was no online store. It was a few months before the Nintendo eshop appeared on the system. The Nintendo Switch,…
GamesReviews.com’s Adam Roffel wrote a review of Oceanhorn: Monster of the Uncharted Seas awhile back. He liked the game a lot. And now, if you want to check out the game, you can download a demo of Oceanhorn on Xbox One!
“we’re happy to announce the release of a FREE downloadable Oceanhorn demo, now available on Xbox One! After the successful launch of Oceanhorn on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, the game topped 1 Million units sold across…
Video games have long enjoyed the quality of being both entertaining and education as people have the ability to learn math by playing Johnny upgrade free at much games and not only will the learning experience prove to be more exciting than the typical learning process but playing video games also comes with some amazing perks which will be later on described here.
The Nintendo Switch is almost here! Many game review sites have a Switch, but can’t do an unboxing of the system yet. However, Nintendo Minute, Nintendo of America’s official youtube show, did an unboxing today! Take a look at this video and then please come back for my thoughts on it.
The Nintendo Switch looks amazing in this video. I’ve seen other videos with the system, but I never realized just how small and sleek the system was before. The…
Why hello there! I welcome you into my collection of this world’s best emulators that run ROM games flawlessly. If you are like me – you are crazy enough to turn your $2.200 PC into a hardcore retro gaming console. In that case please enjoy everything written below as it is literally tailored for you. Here’s how you rock with ROMs!
It's been a while since we unboxed and reviewed a Loot Crate subscription box, and that isn't because we are lazy! We have been swamped lately with work, and since the delivery date of these boxes is so random, it is hard to schedule their articles. Now that the Switch is in our hands and things are settling down again, we thought we would highlight a few of our favorite items from the past few months, and we kick it off with...