Category Archives: Nintendo

Defunct Launches on Nintendo Switch

Defunct Nintendo Switch

Speed running is apparently still a popular thing and for those into it you now have Defunct on the Nintendo Switch. A game that is seemingly designed from the ground up for speed, and speed runners to set records. Carl

Octopath Traveler Review

Octopath Traveler

Mystery and intrigue await you in this Nintendo Switch exclusive title developed by the same guys that made Bravely Default. Octopath Traveler is the epic tale of eight people on eight different quests to find themselves and solve the mysteries

Bargain Bin Winners Immortal Redneck

Immortal Redneck Nintendo Switch

Explosions, shotguns, magic and more can be found in Immortal Redneck. Released in the Nintendo Switch during the early months of 2018, this title promises to capture the spirit of both being undead, and a redneck. However, Immortal Redneck isn’t

Nintendo Labo Overview: A Parent’s Perspective

Nintendo Labo

Weird, quirky, and cardboard are the defining traits of the Labo development kit. Nintendo’s latest brainchild is a combination of model kits, infrared sensors, game development, and a desire to spend countless hours building a miniature piano or a house,

Megapanel Homage Into the Blue Released for Nintendo Game Boy

Into the Blue Nintendo Game Boy

Look, I love covering new independently developed homebrew titles. They are obviously labors of love by the persons involved, often one-man teams, and sometimes are better than official releases. Another thing about these independent releases is you sometimes get to

Arcade Action Game Cast of the Seven Godsends to Bring Retro Arcade Action to the Nintendo Switch

Anyone else watch the trailer below and get a strong first-generation Neo Geo feel from Cast of the Seven Godsends like I did? Merge Games Ltd’s game aims to remind gamers of the good old 2D side scrolling action days

Game Boy Advance Sees final Castlevania Entry – Today in History – May 6th, 2003

Believe it or not, but back in the day, Konami knew how to make good games. Not just Pachinko machines using their popular franchises. Actual honest to goodness, good games. Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow is the final entry on the

Nintendo Switch Receiving Night Trap with Extras

Anyone old enough to remember the original run for Night Trap? If so, you probably remember the underhanded way that Howard Lincoln, acting executive vice president of Nintendo of America, back stabbed Sega at the senate hearings in December 1993.

Sega Classics Hitting Nintendo Switch this Summer, Phantasy Star and Thunder Force IV Confirmed

Sega is sitting on quite the plethora of classic titles. Titles that would likely do well with nostalgia minded gamers today. If only Sega would give those retro minded gamers a chance to play them. It seems that Sega is

Portable Final Burn Alpha Brings Arcade Classics to Nintendo Switch

Considering the Nintendo Switch has been opened up to the independent homebrew community, it is was just a matter of time before emulators started appearing. One of the early ones is PFBA (Portable Final Burn Alpha). What is unique about