The latest Nintendo Switch bundle includes $35 in eShop credit

The Nintendo Switch is a very popular console but it seems that sales are beginning to dip. Nintendo is trying to sweeten the pot for gamers who are still sitting on the fence by offering a Switch bundle with $35…

Review: Panda Hero (Switch)

I’m sorry to ask but who gave this game the greenlight? Someone, somewhere, somehow decided to release this on the eShop as a finished product for other people to buy. I thought it was bad enough that the shameless Lep’s…

Review: Animal Hunter Z (Switch)

Boy, there sure are a lot of hunting video games out there. A ton of them can be found on the Wii and the genre appears to be making a bit of a comeback on the Switch. The folks at…

Review: Cake Laboratory (Switch)

I’m beginning to notice an interesting trend in Nintendo Switch eShop releases as of late. Some studios that have released a game on the Switch before are also starting to serve as publishers for games by other individuals. It makes…

Review: Instant Tennis (Switch)

I’m not much of an athlete in real life but I’m always down for sports video games that aren’t outright simulations like Madden or NBA 2K. Naturally, I’d gravitate towards the golf and tennis games that have been released on…

Review: Party Arcade (Switch)

Now that the Switch has become a success story for Nintendo similarly to the Wii, it’s pretty much to be expected that we’d see a lot of shovelware release on it. Among the infamous titles on Wii were the Game…

Party Crashers (Switch) Review

The makers of Party Golf are back at the local multiplayer scene with the release of Party Crashers on Nintendo Switch. As can be expected, this game aims to rile up the room with a second round of its neon…

Review: Skytime (Switch)

Skytime came clean out of nowhere on the Nintendo Switch eShop when I browsed through the games for sale lately. And yet I was intrigued by its concept. A first-person platformer where you hop around the place and stop the…

Giana Sisters: Twisted Dreams (Switch) Review

Once seen as a legal threat to Nintendo, the Giana Sisters series has since found itself at home among the indie games industry. 2011’s Giana Sisters DS marked a different kind of relationship with the Big N and the following…

Marble It Up (Switch) Review

When I first heard about this game, I thought “Oh, that’s neat. Somebody’s hoping to make a spiritual successor to Marble Blast“. Then as I read more details about the game, the revelation hit me: “Oh my God, this game…