Tag Archives: Nintendo Switch

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

Farewell to the Wii-U

There is always something magical about a new Nintendo system, possibly more so than Sony or Xbox. You look at it with enthusiasm and go ‘ok! Yeah! What do we have this time?’ and then you open it, set it up and let Nintendo show

Is the Nintendo Switch a Good Idea?

Nintendo has finally announced the NX along with its official name, the Nintendo Switch, and it has been met with some understandable scepticism. Nintendo does not have the best track record when it comes to consoles, having relied heavily on gimmicks over the past few