Super Mario Odyssey: catchup review

Super Mario Odyssey: catchup review

Nov 24, 2017

Format: Switch Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Nintendo Developer: Nintendo Players: 1-2 Site: https://supermario.nintendo.com/ Game purchased by reviewer Is this the best Mario game ever? That’s the question some people seem to be asking and we’re here to tell you definitively that our opinion is yes, yes it very much is. There will always be a case...

Fire Emblem Warriors: review

Fire Emblem Warriors: review

Nov 7, 2017

Format: Switch (version reviewed), New 3DS/2DS Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Nintendo, Koei Tecmo Developer: Team Ninja, Intelligent Systems, Omega Force Players: 1-2 Site: https://fireemblemwarriors.nintendo.com/ Game purchased by reviewer Fire Emblem Warriors is exactly what you’d expect from a Warriors game. Scratch that; it’s exactly what you’d...

(not so) Grumpy Gurevitz: Gamers, gamers, everywhere!

(not so) Grumpy Gurevitz: Gamers, gamers, everywhere!

Nov 2, 2017

Wow, what a year so far. Is this a golden year in gaming? Let’s see what we have here, in our little gaming industry. We have, a choice of not one but two PlayStation 4 consoles, and the same for the Xbox Platform. PC is still going strong, with a ton of specialist gaming-tailored solutions, from cool chassis options to game-centric GPUs such as the AMD...

Grumpy Gurevitz: Microsoft could outflank Sony (with Nintendo’s help)

Grumpy Gurevitz: Microsoft could outflank Sony (with Nintendo’s help)

Sep 19, 2017

Yes, you read that right. With Nintendo’s help, Microsoft could outflank Sony. Right now, Sony has a commanding lead when it comes to the home console market. Sure, when it comes to the USA, Microsoft are still there in the thick of it. They are making great strides in parts of the UK but, truth be told, Europe has abandoned the Xbox One and Japan never gave...

Splatfests we need to see

Splatfests we need to see

Aug 6, 2017

I was basically in love with the original Splatoon (R.I.P. Wii U), and the sequel has earned every last one of its phenomenal sales. The regular Splatfests – where players can pick one of two sides, then battle it out online in a meta game to determine a winner – are now established as a series tradition. Past choices have seen players compete in ice cream...