Category: Nintendo Switch Review

Slime-san Review

I remember seeing Slime-san from across the room at a Playcrafting event Will and I attended. The game immediately called to me with it’s cheerful aesthetic and fun platforming goodness. As I made my way closer I noticed no one was around so I grabbed a controller and started playing. “Wow, this is a lot […]

Read More

Sonic Mania Review

The History of Sonic is kind of like a failed marriage. It started off new and colorful, full of excitement and joy (and also blast processing). It was a refreshing change, which brought the SEGA brand into a fierce competition with Nintendo, taking major market share from the once dominant N. The edgy hedgehog was […]

Read More

NBA Playgrounds is a bold attempt at bringing back the long forgotten genre of fast paced, 2 on 2 basketball. Trying its absolute best to step into arcade style sports genre and compete with juggernauts like NBA Jam, it took a backcourt hail mary by trying to maintain arcade style gameplay while also introducing a […]

Read More

If you’ve seen any advertising for the Nintendo Switch, then you know the company is pushing local co-op play hard, and they should be! Don’t get me wrong, online co-op is fun and all, but I miss the days of having a group of friends under the same roof battling it out in Halo or […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More

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, […]

Read More

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 […]

Read More
    • Posts navigation

    • 1
    • 2

Twitch

Instagram

Twitter

Love @AppleNews? Well we're on it in every territory. Keep up to date on your iOS device via our link! apple.news/TrEVB8eqaQd-zH…
@11bitstudios We’re excited #Moonlighter - is coming to #NintendoSwitch! We loved this game at PAX! youtu.be/I1yrVPSvl1s
Our latest podcast episode of #LANParty is up! Listen on @iTunes @GooglePlayMusic @tunein @StitcherRadio & the web! pixelrater.com/episode-85-sho…