My Time At Portia is a true love letter to the life sim genre. Anyone looking for a relaxing world to explore at their own pace should look into booking a trip to Portia. Though with so many different things to do, places to see (and exponential loading times to sit through) your trip may end up being a lot longer than you expect.
Nintendo launched a brand new IP on Switch, but they’ve not been able to replicate the success of the fresh franchise that began on Wii U. In fact, it could well be the success of Splatoon that meant that ARMS was never able to find a fanbase.
We had an unbelievable response to our first ever Mario Maker Monday last week. You guys have submitted absolutely shed-loads of levels! We’ve been hard at work playing through them and there’s been some great submissions.
The StarFox franchise has had a few missteps in recent years, though the Fox McCloud content in Starlink: Battle for Atlas was certainly very cool. So what’s next for Fox and crew, and how can the franchise reach the heights it achieved in it’s SNES and N64 glory days?
The surprise trailer for a Breath of the Wild sequel has thrown up all sorts of questions. Perhaps the most tantalising one though is just who is the mummified Ganondorf-esque creature, and what is it’s relation to Calamity Ganon and the Ganondorfs of old?
With so much time between releases we can only assume Nintendo has something big planned for the next Animal Crossing title, but if we were the big boss who made the decisions, what would we want to see in everyone’s favourite virtual garden?
Choosing the right commander in Wargroove is critical, so we’ve put together a list of the top 5 leaders you can employ in your search for victory, as well as a handful of general tips to aid you on the battlefield.
Make no mistake, Treasure Stack is a true jewel of a puzzle game, with charm pouring out of every moment. It nails the feel it’s shooting for perfectly, and the cast of ridiculous unlockables are icing on the cake. I just wish that cake came in a few different flavours, as I got pretty tired of the repetitive single player mode by the end.
With the recent release of Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, thoughts have turned to when we’ll see the next entry in the Mario Kart series. We speculate as to what surprises Nintendo could have in stall for us when Mario Kart 9 finally drops.
Instant Tennis is perfectly at home on Switch. It’s a party game at its core - so don’t expect anything too much in way of depth - but there’s plenty of options available in terms of courts and characters to offer a good time if you’ve got people round for a gaming evening.