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More Thoughts From Me #281: Gotta Catch ‘Em All?

blank When I tell people I don’t like Pokémon, they are a bit surprised. I’m a Nintendo fan.  People think if you’re a fan of the company you probably like all their franchises, especially Pokémon! Who doesn’t like Pokémon? Well, I don’t. Why is that? And what am I thinking about the new games? Read on if you dare! I’ve tried to get into Pokémon. I played the 3DS demos, I’ve looked at footage, and of course played some non-rpg  games.…


A Juggler’s Tale Review

blank In a Jugglers Tale, players will take on the role of Abby as she traverses various biomes to escape the evil circus ringmaster. Getting from A to B isn’t always easy for abby as she is hindered by the strings that allow her to move.


3 More Nintendo 64 Games We Want on Switch Online

blank Ok, so Nintendo has officially announced that Nintendo 64 games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online, but only announced a handful of titles that will actually be available on the system. So, not taking into consideration the upcoming titles Nintendo announced - such as Majora's Mask - here are three titles we want to see on Nintendo Switch Online!


FIFA 22 Comes with Balanced, Slower Play

blank FIFA 21 has been characterized by many as a goal fest, where trick mastery meant filling the net, and solid positional play meant...well, sometimes never being rewarded for playing soccer the way it's done in the pros. But with a few gameplay updates to FIFA 22, goal fest is over, and a more balanced experience is shinning through, one that emphasizes positional play and crisp, accurate passing, as opposed to flipping balls over people's heads, nutmegging them, and more.


Aladdin Vs Aladdin – The Ultimate Multiplat Face-Off

blank Back in the 90s there was one multiplat face-off that rattled school yards around the world – Aladdin. It’s a shame Digital Foundry wasn’t around… The SNES version and Mega Drive/Genesis versions were completely different games. Forget measuring the difference between 1440p and 1880p – this was two very different but still excellent games. Both versions of the game will be included in a new release on the Disney classics pack, alongside The Jungle Book. But how have they ...


Does Kirby Spell Doom for Donkey Kong?

blank During last night's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo showed off their brand new upcoming Kirby title called Kirby and the Forgotten Land, which appears to be using a similar engine to the one used to create Mario Odyssey. And from the footage, the game looks absolutely incredible, with a variety of worlds to explore, characters and enemies to interact with, and so much more! But does this announcement kill the rumored 3D Donkey Kong title folks have been batting about for the last few months? 



kaira 1 THE NEW KAIRA X JOINS RAZER’S EXPANDING FAMILY OF CONSOLE GAMING HARDWARE Razer adds a range of colorful headsets, controller charging stands, and white versions of the Kaira, Kaira Pro, and Wolverine V2 to its console line-up for Xbox and PlayStation IRVINE, Calif. – Razer™, the leading global lifestyle brand for gamers (Hong Kong Stock Code: 1337), today announced several new additions to its expanding console range with the Kaira X for Xbox and Kaira X for PlayStation, the ...


Staxel a Good Mashup on Nintendo Switch?

blank What can we say about Staxel. It seems to want to be Minecraft, but it isn't Minecraft. And it seems it wants to be Harvest Moon or Stardew Valley, but it isn't Harvest Moon or Stardew Valley. So what is it? It's a mashup of some of my favourite genres - building and farming - that has me more excited than I've been in recent memory for an indie title! While there are hiccups along the way, there is so much that keeps me going!



blank ROCCAT, Turtle Beach’s Hamburg, Germany-based PC gaming accessories brand, announced that the Kone Pro, Kone Pro Air, and Burst Pro professional-grade PC gaming mice are compatible with NVIDIA’s latency measuring system, Reflex.


SteelSeries Prime Mini World’s First Esports Mouse With Optical Magnet Switches

SteelSeries Prime Mini 1 SteelSeries, the worldwide leader in gaming and esports peripherals, today announced the launch of the all-new Prime Mini and Prime Mini Wireless esports mice. Building on the award-winning success of the Prime franchise that revolutionized gaming mice technology with the first-ever optical magnetic switches in esports, the newest edition to the Prime series introduces a lineup of smaller, lighter mice featuring the same cutting-edge Prestige OM™ technology.