Category: Nintendo Switch

Ultra Street Fighter 2 is a solid port of the best fighting game ever made.

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Nintendo took everybody by surprise this year with the sheer amount of content they packed into E3. Honestly, this soon after the launch of Switch, I didn’t really expect them to use this E3 as anything more than a marketing platform for games we already knew about. Arms, Splatoon, Xenoblade Chronicles are all big Nintendo […]

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So for those of you who don’t know, I’ve never played Minecraft before. Well, I mean, I did play on Mac, but only for maybe an hour before I decided I had no idea what the fuck I was supposed to do and figured it wasn’t for me. But then it came out on Switch […]

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When Mario Kart 8 came out in 2014, it had all the makings to be the best Mario Kart in the series. Thinking back, it probably was the best Mario Kart game ever made at that time. There were a few unfortunate setbacks, though. The omission of multiplayer modes that are a staple of the […]

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Recently the world was introduced to Tumbleseed, the “Rolly Roguelike” that sends seeds scrambling up a mountain filled with threats and bottomless pits with all the charmingly friendly visuals and music you can imagine. The path is fraught with dangers in the form of insects and small moles that burrow holes into the mountain face, […]

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The original Blaster Master came out for the first generation Nintendo a year after I was born, making it almost thirty years old today. Since then, other entries in the series have been released across Sega Genesis, GameBoy, PlayStation, and others, leading up to the recent Blaster Master Zero on Nintendo Switch and 3DS. Old […]

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Kamiko is a new indie title that is now available on the Nintendo Switch eshop… The Japanese eshop, that is. Yes, It’s currently only available outside of the United States. Thankfully, Nintendo has granted mercy on we lowly western peons and made the Switch a region free device. Getting access is super simple, and I […]

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Fast RMX Review

Fast RMX might not be vastly different than its predecessor, Fast Racing NEO, but I’ll try to be as unique as possible. If you haven’t already, you can check out our coverage of Neo right here. Okay, here goes. Fast RMX is a reflex driven futuristic racer. It’s a shameless love song to Nintendo’s own […]

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