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Nintendo Switch Games: Don’t Forget About VOEZ

Nintendo Switch Games: Don’t Forget About VOEZ

Near the end of May, the rhythm game VOEZ was released for the Nintendo Switch, and this is one Switch title that has gone unnoticed by many players. Does VOEZ deserve a closer look? As an anime-styled rhythm game, VOEZ already appeals to a niche audience. However, there are two things that might ha... »

Psychic Specters is the Definitive Version of Yo-Kai Watch 2

Psychic Specters is the Definitive Version of Yo-Kai Watch 2

Yo-Kai Watch 2: Psychic Specters will be out on September 29 for the 3DS. This is the third version of Yo-Kai Watch 2, the localization of Yo-Kai Watch 2: Shinuchi. The first two versions, Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls, were localized last year. Three Versions? For its second entry, the Yo-Kai Watch... »

Snake Pass (Review)

Snake Pass (Review)

With its bright, colorful graphics, upbeat soundtrack composed by David Wise, and cartoonish animal protagonists, Sumo Digital’s Snake Pass immediately calls to mind classic 3D platformers. However, while Snake Pass is a puzzle platform game, its gameplay is quite different from most entries i... »

An Interview With the Developer of Quest of Dungeons

An Interview With the Developer of Quest of Dungeons

On August 2, Upfall Studios announced that the turn-based dungeon crawler Quest of Dungeons would be coming to the Nintendo Switch. The Switch version came out in Japan on August 10, and it will be released in other regions in the near future. We got in touch with Upfall Studios to speak with David ... »

August 13 – August 19: This Week in Nintendo News

August 13 – August 19: This Week in Nintendo News

This was a quieter week for Nintendo news, but still with some good announcements and information. Let’s take a look. Nintendo Switch News If you’re keeping track of the upcoming Switch releases, you can add three more games to your list. Re:Legend, the monster-raising RPG planned for ne... »

Dragon Quest’s Long History With Nintendo

Dragon Quest’s Long History With Nintendo

Now that Dragon Quest XI is out in Japan (with a Switch version to follow at a later date) and an international release has been announced for 2018, let’s take a look at the series overall. Dragon Quest might not be the first series people associate with Nintendo, but it has actually had a lon... »

What’s Up With Splatoon 2’s Splatfest Choices?

What’s Up With Splatoon 2’s Splatfest Choices?

Splatfests were a fantastic idea. Unlike a typical competition, Splatfests gave Splatoon players a choice, had them pick a side, and then had them battle it out to see which choice would “win.” They included match-ups like cats vs. dogs, pirates vs. ninjas, and in the climactic final Spl... »

An Interview With the Developers of The Count Lucanor

An Interview With the Developers of The Count Lucanor

Near the end of June, at the Gamelab gaming event in Spain, Ratalaika Games revealed that it would be bringing Baroque Decay’s horror adventure game The Count Lucanor to the Nintendo Switch. The Count Lucanor follows a young boy named Hans who enters a spooky castle in the hopes of earning wea... »

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