Last week at the Nintendo Direct, Tetris 99 was announced and released on the same day. Little did anyone know that the final form of Battle Royale had arrived. The […]
Octopath Traveller for Switch is a beautiful game on many levels, it also has the best title I can remember in years. There are 8 protagonists, therefore Octopath makes perfect […]
A ‘detailed’ look at the game
When the Switch launched we were spoilt. Zelda Breath Of The Wild turned out to be just as important a game as Mario 64 was on the N64. A game […]
Just announced for a limited run at the end of this year, the SNES mini will release at the end of September and include classics such as Street Fighter 2, […]
Now I have spent a decent amount of time looking over the hardware of the Nintendo Switch and enough time in the amazing world of Zelda Breath Of the Wild […]
Last week, the Nintendo Switch release date, specifications and price were released to the paying public. Like many gamers, I had been awaiting this news for ages and dropped a […]
Today Pokémon Go finally arrived in Europe. For days we have been eagerly awaiting our chance to try the latest game in a series that many of us had grown […]
With a sigh, I traded in Splatoon at the weekend. A game, that made such a good impression, had become a millstone, sitting in my pile of shame. Why did it go so wrong?
E3 2015 has been and gone and everyone was left looking forward to the upcoming games for the rest of the year. Everyone except Nintendo fans. After the worst E3 showing in living memory with puppets and only one real game, Nintendo is dead as a home console maker and we only have ourselves to blame.
This is a post I made on the now defunct 1up.com. RIP. I think it is just as relevant today. It also lets me go back and fix my punctuation, now I am a bit older and slightly wiser. These five games have mechanics that put most modern games to shame.