Posts Tagged ‘switch’

Review: Farming Simulator for Nintendo Switch

by Mike Wewerkaon February 14, 2018
Platforms: Nintendo Switch Developer: Giants Software Publishers: Focus Interactive MSRP: $49.99 Introduction: Typically when a gamer thinks of a “sim” game, they think about games like The Sims, Roller Coaster Tycoon, and Stardew Valley, they are games that take general topics and mix in a little fantasy to make them more enjoyable or “fun.” However, that also breaks the […]

Review – CRAWL for the Nintendo Switch

by Mike Wewerkaon February 14, 2018
Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop) Publishers: Powerhoof Developers: Powerhoof MSRP: $14.99 Introduction: The Switch continues to shine as a beacon for independent game developers, especially for games that are pixel-based classics or new age re-imagining of classic co-op games. Crawl falls into the latter category, a simple dungeon crawling game with an even simply pixel aesthetic, […]

The Frak – Episode 47: “Buy the one that works!”

by Jsunon November 11, 2017
In this game-centric episode, J & Tom are joined by our good friend Alex from Boston, as we are all ditched by “New Daddy Mike” who fell asleep during loading screens of Call of Duty. On this week’s episode, we cover: * Early impression of Mario Odyssey and Call of Duty WWII * Have we […]

Co-Op game Overcooked arrives on Nintendo Switch eShop

by Mike Wewerkaon July 28, 2017
Overcooked, one of the most popular, yet diamond in the rough games of last year has finally popped up on the Nintendo Switch. The frantic cooking game requires players to work together, to create different kinds of food, in order to save the world. The new “Special Edition” of the game allows up to four […]

Nintendo Switch Headset and Chat solution detailed

by Mike Wewerkaon June 2, 2017
Ever since the launch of the Switch, we’ve been told that the hybrid console would be getting voice chat support. Since then, details have come in drips. At one point we heard that a smartphone would be required to use voice chat, which left many people stunned and confused. We have been told that Splatoon […]

NBA Playgrounds dunks its way to retail on May 9th

by Mike Wewerkaon May 4, 2017
NBA Playgrounds, the game that looks to continue the legacy of NBA JAM, from the 90’s, is almost here. Previewed a while back, the 2 on 2 arcade style basketball game is being developed by Saber Interactive (Halo: The Master Chief Collection and Unreal Champion reboot) and does in fact carry the NBA official branding, […]

The Switch is Nintendo’s Fastest Selling Console… EVER

by Mike Wewerkaon April 14, 2017
According to Nintendo, the Switch is their fastest selling console, ever. The company sent out a press release (posted below), announcing that the Switch has sold more than 906,000 units since its release on March 3rd. This is great news for Nintendo, as the Switch is already passing the original Wii as a more popular system […]

Pay Day 2 coming to Nintendo Switch in 2017

by Mike Wewerkaon April 13, 2017
Nintendo is doing so much right with the Switch, and yet, so much, so wrong, at the same time. It’s like watching two people in a canoe, each paddling the opposite way. In this case, the guy upfront is lining up great first party games, staggering them throughout the year instead of leaving dry spells […]

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe digital game size finally revealed

by Mike Wewerkaon April 11, 2017
So one of the glaring issues that fans have pointed out about the Switch since Nintendo released it, is storage and storage management. For one, you can’t movie save files from the internal HDD to a memory card, you can’t even back it up to a cloud. This is a big issue. For instance, let’s […]