Tag Archives: Nintendo Switch

The Geek Show - A Conversation about Sonic Mania

A Conversation about Sonic Mania

Join Mark and Rob as they talk about the newest addition to Sega’s long-running (get it?), Sonic franchise – Sonic Mania. Is Sonic Mania a return to some sort of form for Sega’s most famous son, or is it another title to throw on the

The Geek Show - PX23 - Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

PX23 – Stress Relief for Japanese Salary Men

Press X returns to talk about more games that we’ve been playing recently, video games publishers and developers that are trading in nostalgia, and the rise and fall and rise of the point-and-click genre. This week we’ve been playing a veritable smorgasbord of games, from

The Geek Show - PX22 - Anime and Arms, Anime and Cut Scenes

PX22 – Anime and Arms, Anime and Cut Scenes

We’re a video games podcast aren’t we? Maybe? It depends on the day I guess? This week we have a plateful of anime-themed gaming for your taste buds. First up we have the release of the rarest thing in gaming – a new Nintendo franchise

The Geek Show - PX16 - Puyo Puyo Persona

PX16 – Puyo Puyo Persona

This week we hit the wall with gaming exhaustion at it’s most incomprehensible before finding our happy place. We start by getting elbow deep in the strange puzzle combination of Puyo Puyo Tetris, the cute-yet-gothic puzzle-platformer A Rose in the Twilight, and indie roguelike action-platform

The Geek Show - PX15 - Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

PX15 – Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

Controversial opinions and sandwich conspiracies ahoy on this latest episode of Press X. On the gaming side of things (that is what we’re all about after all), our bounty includes a load of LEGO (Worlds and City: Undercover), the strange Japanese school-based visual novel stylings

What we’d like to see on the Nintendo Switch

it’s safe to say that the Nintendo Switch has had a good start, with at least 2.7 million units shipped by the end of April and both The Legend of Zelda and Mario Kart 8: Deluxe boasting sales numbers the best in the series it

Blaster Master Zero

Since the rise of digital-download game sales, retro revivals have been springing up more and more. Franchises from the pre-3D era of gaming being prime candidates to be brought back because they never able to adapt to a new dimension. The ‘Blaster Master’ games date

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

It always feels like a special day when a new BIG Zelda game is released, it feels like almost the entire gaming world stops to take it in. And with a whole new console to play the game on stakes seem to be high for

Super Bomberman R

Press A to plant bombs. Don’t let said bombs blow you up. It’s rare to see a game that is still as basic as this on a modern day console, however, Super Bomberman R is one that takes pride in giving us the classic Bomberman

Hands on with the Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is now in the wild and the company enters a new generation. As an early adopter, I wish to share my thoughts on the device itself but, given that most of the value of a gaming platform is based upon its software