Review: Poisoft Thud Card (Switch)

From the people that brought you Vroom in the Night Sky, Poisoft Thud Card is a game that’s much better and easier on the wallet. It’s no less of an awkward word salad, though. What is a “Thud Card”? I…

Review: Pool (Switch)

While the release of Billiard seemed like it was tried to piggyback on Premium Pool Arena, there is a third Pool-related game that quietly surfaced after these two. This one is simply named Pool, and it’s advertised to have the…

Review: Ginger Beyond the Crystal (Switch)

Oh, boy. This is going to be a long one. Ginger: Beyond the Crystal was released months ago, but I never got around to it until now. Why? Well, a combination of other things/games keeping me occupied and the reception…

Review: Strikers 1945 II (Switch)

Zerodiv continues to unravel its back catalog of Psikyo shooters made in the ’90s. The latest serving is a sequel to a game that previously made its way to the eShop months ago. Somewhat oddly named Strikers 1945 II, it…

Review: Tennis (Switch)

I’ve been pretty excited for Mario Tennis Aces ever since I caught its announcement in the Nintendo Direct Mini; it’s looking to be a solid return to form after the disappointment that was the Wii U installment. Evidently, someone at…

Review: ChromaGun (Switch)

Can somebody tell me why Valve has been so Nintendo-phobic when it comes to game releases? Even when the Wii U was where Nintendo consoles harnessed the technological prowess of the Xbox 360 and Playstation 3, titles like Team Fortress…

Super Meat Boy Sales On Switch On Par With Xbox 360 Debut

By now I think it is safe to say that Nintendo Switch owners love their indie games. The latest indicator comes from Team Meat who launched their classic game Super Meat Boy on the Switch eShop. Apparently a lot of…

Ryan’s Corner: My Tribute to DSiWare

Before there was the Nintendo 3DS, there was the Nintendo DSi. It was what I like to think of as an “appetizer” handheld, kind of like how Nintendo released the Game Boy Color before going all-out with the Game Boy…

(Updated)Nintendo eShop Down on Christmas

Updated- Currently people on Twitter are saying they can access the eShop now. Even Nintendo of Europe is posting that the eShop is back. It doesn’t say if all the regions are working at the moment. I bet it wont…

Review: Red Game Without a Great Name (Switch)

A little while ago, I took a look at Green Game: Timeswapper for the Nintendo Switch. I thought it was a decent, inexpensive game that has a neat style to it. It wasn’t too long after its release that it…