Category Archives: Switch

Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Nintendo Switch Review

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Captain Toad Treasure Tracker is a new franchise for Nintendo which was has spawned from a series of side missions within Super Mario 3D world.  What’s started as a few simple puzzle levels involving Toad in a bid to retrieve a lonesome gold star, has now created a fresh new franchise for Nintendo starring none other than Toad himself. Gameplay Continue Reading...

Mario Tennis Aces Nintendo Switch Review

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Mario Tennis Aces make its debut on the Nintendo Switch console and its tennis action on the go.  Get ready to serve up aces, slices, lobs and drop shots as you defeat your opponents and become the ultimate tennis champion in the mushroom kingdom.  The only question is will you care about being the best long enough before boredom sets Continue Reading...

Little Nightmares Complete Edition Nintendo Switch Review

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Little Nightmares Complete Edition comes to us from Tarsier Studios and if you didn’t get the feeling during combat then you won’t be surprised to know they worked on previous LittleBigPlanet projects in the past alongside Media Molecule. But this is a game that’s unique and entirely separate from the LittleBigPlanet games as it comes with a much darker world Continue Reading...

Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition Nintendo Switch Review

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One million troops. Well, not quite. One of the most astounding differences between Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition on the Nintendo Switch and its previous iterations (see our outstanding Wii U and 3DS reviews) was the shockingly improved visuals, performance, and draw distance as Link and Midna blasted through hundreds of enemies, looking dashingly handsome on the gorgeous Nintendo Switch screen Continue Reading...

Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze Nintendo Switch Review

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Donkey Kong is back again, and this time in truly 1080p glory on the Nintendo Switch console as well as a new Funky Kong mode that opens up the game to all skill levels.  It’s been a while since I’ve chased down so many banana’s and had relatives jumping on my shoulders, however Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze will see you Continue Reading...

Kirby Star Allies Nintendo Switch Review

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It has been years since I’ve played a Kirby title, not since the Wii U with Kirby and the Rainbow Curse.  I was not overly impressed with what was on offer here, however Kirby Star Allies bears no resemblance to the Wii U version which is a great thing and represents an entirely new experience and one that Kirby fans Continue Reading...

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus Nintendo Switch Review

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Pac-Man has come a long way since it was originally released back in 1980 in the arcades.  Since then it has seen countless remakes and remasters across almost every system imaginable and has become a staple of what video gaming is all about.  So, what does Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 Plus do to the tried and trusted formula to warrant Continue Reading...

Bayonetta Nintendo Switch Video Review

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Bayonetta makes its way to the Nintendo Switch and Chris is here with his full review as to whether you give it a go or leave it stuck in purgatory. Thank you to Nintendo for providing a copy of Bayonetta for review on the Nintendo Switch....

Rocket League Nintendo Switch Review

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Get ready to burst into action with Rocket League for the Nintendo Switch. Don’t let its portability fool you as this is probably the best way to play Rocket League with your friends. Gameplay Rocket League landed on consoles back in 2015 and was an instant success.  For those wondering, Rocket League is essentially soccer but with cars instead of Continue Reading...

Super Mario Odyssey Nintendo Switch Review

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I’ve spent my entire life playing virtually every Mario title known to man, so you can understand my level of excitement and anticipation for Super Mario Odyssey.  However, part of me still wondered if Super Mario Odyssey would be able push the genre further and evolve upon itself.  I can happily report that it does that with ease. Gameplay Super Continue Reading...

Fire Emblem Warriors Nintendo Switch Review

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Marth Goes Musou. You may be mistaken, thinking that if you’ve played Koei Tecmo’s Dynasty Warriors, that you’ve played Fire Emblem Warriors. Not the case. With an intertwining of one of Nintendo’s most popular franchises, and swift, overwhelming, over the top combat, Koei Tecmo and Nintendo’s Fire Emblem Warriors features both fun and fiction, with the solid fighting mechanics featured Continue Reading...

One Piece Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition – Deluxe Edition Review

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Zoro to Hero. Becoming an unsurprisingly steady trend on the Nintendo Switch, One Piece Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition is yet another welcome addition of ported games to Nintendo’s new hardware, this time, in the form of the outrageous and wacky pirate, Monkey D. Luffy and his pirate crew from the cult classic Shonen Jump anime, One Piece. While there Continue Reading...

Dragonball Xenoverse 2 Review

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The Nintendo Switch’s library grows even more with the long fan awaited inclusion of Dragonball Xenoverse 2 to the Switch’s catalogue. As a massive Dragonball fan, from my youth to now adulthood, I try to enjoy every bit of Dragonball I can. After many years of disappointing titles, we were finally given something worthy of playing in the Xenoverse series. Continue Reading...

Pokken Tournament DX Review

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Gotta Fight ‘Em All. In many a similar way to the exemplary port of the Wii U’s Mario Kart 8, wrapped up in a complimented version as Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, the Nintendo’s new hardware hotness has once more been handed a AAA re-definition, and the very first from the Pokemon/Pocket Monsters franchise. In what was already a unique, addictive Continue Reading...

Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle Nintendo Switch Review

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Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle takes the familiar world that is the Mushroom Kingdom and mixes up the traditional gameplay formula in what has to be the most fun turn based system I’ve experienced.  Oh and there’s a host of wild Rabbids thrown in to boot as well!  Can you restore the Mushroom Kingdom to its former glory? Gameplay The Continue Reading...

Splatoon 2 Nintendo Switch Review

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Splatoon 2 is the sequel to the original Wii U title. The system didn’t have many shooters so a paintball style where you play as a human/squid using ink based weapons really worked with newcomers to the game. Gameplay From first glance at Splatoon 2, I was shocked. It must be said that I played the first entry for just Continue Reading...

Arms Review

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Sprung. Arms has fallaciously caught me with my guard down. Being anything but a conventional boxing title, Arms presents a truly unique Sports experience without ever spotlighting itself as one. With an ‘easy to play, hard to master’ premise, it’s wonderfully easy to step into the ring, but requires masterful arena movement, wise use of attack arsenal and swift thinking Continue Reading...

Minecraft Nintendo Switch Edition Review

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Pixel Perfect. On a cold winter’s night, back in 2010, 12 of my hard earned Australian dollars were thrown willingly towards Minecraft’s Alpha version. Over the course of the next 7 years, I’d spend near 200 hours total in one of the most influential video games of the past decade. I’ve experienced the very best of Minecraft across a slew Continue Reading...

Ultra Streetfighter II: The Final Challengers Review

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Get ready to perform hadouken’s, spinning bird kicks and front kicks till your hearts content with Ultra Streetfighter II: The Final Challengers for the Nintendo Switch.  The series has come a long way since the release of Street Fighter 2 back in 1991 in the arcade, but how does it shape up today? Gameplay The heart of Streetfighter 2 has Continue Reading...