Tag: Switch

Dead Cells (Review)

A platform game that measures your life expectancy in minutes then sends you all the way back to the start again the moment you die probably sounds at first like a bit of a sick joke. Then you start playing Dead Cells and realise the joke’s on you […]

Brook X One Adapter (Review)

I really have to thank a online gaming mate for suggesting I buy one of these. This amazing little device not only has a battery pack, but many features I simply wasn’t expecting to see in such a handy little adapter. I’ve always wanted to use an Xbox […]

E3 2018 Round Up – Nintendo

The success of the Switch has shown once again that Nintendo operate in a different world to everyone else but this time around they are happily bringing other developers along for the ride. Judging from their Nintendo Direct it seems they should just continue doing whatever they do […]

Dark Souls Remastered Is Coming May 2018

The original Dark Souls is being remastered and out May 25th, 2018. I think this new announcement has already made my year. I have been hoping for a Dark Souls remaster for current generation hardware for quite some time, and From Software is delivering. That last sentence is quite important. […]

2017 Roundup – Games

Well, this was a funny old year on the games front. All the platform holders tended to do their own thing this year and I wonder if it might mean that we’ll be soon seeing them all choose to follow their own schedules instead of falling into a […]

Thumper (Mini Review)

After months of punishing players on PC and PS4, the “rythym violence” spectacle that is Thumper arrived on Xbox One and Switch a couple of months ago and I finally got a chance to give it a go. Being a fan of shorter, more arcade-like experiences this sounded like […]

Nintendo Switch announced

Previously known under the code name “NX”, today’s reveal of the Nintendo Switch showed a console leveraging features previously seen in other tech but never executed in such a clever way. First impressions are it shows again why Sony and Microsoft can never discount what Nintendo can produce. […]