I’m just loving these indie games that are coming out and I love that they’re coming out on the Switch even more. Week four of Indie September features Jenny LeClue – Detectivu. This game was put on my radar a few years ago by my dear friend Daniel. Back then it was still in its development stages and had no release date in sight.
Jenny LeClue has been out elsewhere for sometime, but I insisted on waiting for the Switch release of the game before I bought it. I’ve managed to resist the temptation to read the reviews of others… Why? Because the Switch is the best way to game – don’t @ me.
Continue reading Jenny LeClue – Detectivu: Solving Mysteries, On the Go! (Review, Switch)
Harvest Moon was the shiz when I was growing up, I played the very first Game Boy version and basically played every handheld iteration afterwards. I loved that game to bits and it’s no wonder that I was immediately drawn to Stardew Valley.
Now reverting back to its original Japanese name, Story of Seasons released on the Switch and PC early in July. I was a little scared to jump into it because of the horrible path Harvest Moon went down…but let’s jump into it anyway.
Continue reading Story of Seasons: Friends of Mineral Town Pulled At My Heartstrings (Review, Switch 2020)
Anyone who knows me would know that I love the universe set a Long Time Ago in a Galaxy Far, Far Away. Star Wars was the epitome of my childhood – from the movies to the novels to the video games.
And now, one of my all-time favourites has been remastered for the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Is it as good as I remember, though?
Continue reading Star Wars Episode 1: Racer (Review): IT’S A NEW LAP RECORD
I could have gotten it long, long ago. I told myself that if I ever got Minecraft that I’d want it in cartridge form for the Switch. More so to make absolute sure that I wanted it.
I know, I’m strange that way. But is a really good way to save money!
So since you’re reading this right now…I guess I did buy it?
Continue reading #ICaved and bought…Minecraft
I’m considering this a #LateToTheParty post because most people would have finished playing their copy of Pokémon Sword or Shield while here I am…just about finished because I only got my copy of Sword for Christmas.
What’s more perfect than immediately jumping into the Galar region when I’m in the area that inspired it’s creation?
Continue reading #LateToTheParty Game Review: Pokemon Sword and Shield is an absolute banger, mate
The Layton series played a big part in my schooling years. Little ol’ me and my Nintendo DS, absolutely stoked to have this series in hand. If there was any gaming franchise that kept my mind alight, these were it, thanks to all its puzzles.
There are now seven games in the Layton series. This is also the first to feature a different Layton as it’s protagonist, and a female one at that!
Continue reading Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle & the Millionaire’s Conspiracy (Switch, 2019) leaves no mystery or puzzle unsolved…literally
I’ve got something super different for you today!
I read somewhere that Japanese people lost an average of 2.9kg to 4.8kg in a month by playing Fitness Boxing. Thanks to that ‘fact’ going viral, it has become tough to find a physical copy of the ‘exergame’ in Japan. So, I thought it would be an interesting challenge to put myself through since I’ve been meaning to get myself back into exercising but haven’t found the money to be able to afford a monthly gym membership.
And here I am, digital copy on hand… And here’s my daily diary of that journey.
Continue reading #FitTober: I challenged myself to Fitness Boxing
I have to admit: I’ve never played Smash Bros until I got Smash Ultimate the moment I got my Switch. I like to call myself a “fighter” (read: gamer who likes to kick butt in-game via fighting games) and Nintendo-lover but I’ve never once laid my hands on the ever-popular brawler.
A lot of gamers tend to shy away from the unfamiliar, or when they do they blame it on the game and refuse to admit that they may just be a noob at that one game. Smash is a whole new ballgame for me but I’m not afraid to say it: ich bin ein Noob!
Continue reading The Complete Noob’s Incomplete Guide to… Smash Bros.
The Trine series of games has been quite dear to me since my boyfriend introduced the sequel to me a few years ago. Its not very often that you get a puzzle role-playing game where you have to use the different abilities of such an eccentric bunch of characters and its not often that you get to share that experience with someone else. And now, Frozenbyte has brought back Zoya the Thief, Pontius the Knight and Amadeus the Wizard for a new 2.5D adventure in The Nightmare Prince.
Continue reading Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince brought back some good memories (Review)
Boy, Nintendo sure have been banging out titles like there’s no tomorrow. Not too long ago we had Fire Emblem and here now we have Astral Chain. This Switch-exclusive kept me from sleeping on a 12-hour flight and some subsequent nights after, I was hooked as soon as I had my hands on this game.
Fire Emblem was a hit, and I predict that this might be too.
Continue reading Astral Chain Review: Nothing is what it seems
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