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Ultimate Mega Man Collection in Mega Man Zero / ZX Legacy Collection for Nintendo Switch!

Mega Man games are synonymous with fantastic platforming, brutal difficulty, pixel perfect jumps, and ever changing gameplay elements. The Blue Bomber has made its home on just about every gaming platform you can think of, but nothing suits are hero more than the portability of the Nintendo Switch! Capcom has released several fantastic Mega Man Legacy Collections for Nintendo Switch, but all pale in comparison to their latest release! 6 Masterfully crafted games in the Zero 1, 2, 3 and 4, as well as the Mega Man ZX and ZX Advent series are at the tip of your fingers, begging to be played in HD! Follow me today as we dig in and see what this collection is all about! Strap yourself in, sit back and relax and let me know in the comments section what you think of it and if you are planning on ...

Super Smash Bros 2.0 ? Code Shifter Nintendo Switch Review ! Guilty Gear VS BlazBlue VS Kunio-Kun !

Arc System Work’s pièce de résistance, Code Shifter, an 8-bit rendition of some of the most iconic video game characters ever to grace a home console or handheld device now in the palm of your hands on the popular Nintendo Switch! A dream come true in more ways than one, for the first time ever do we get to see Ragna=The=Bloodedge square off against Sol Badguy! BlazBlue VS Guilty Gear! You can choose Kunio-Kun and face off against Billy Lee of the Double Dragon Brothers! These are but a few of the characters to make their appearance in this star-studded cast, featuring a whopping 100 characters from the stables of ARC System Works, stringing together such franchises as Guilty Gear; BlazBlue; Kunio-Kun; Double Dragon; Jake Hunter; Of Mice and Sand; Happy Birthdays; Damascus Gear; Infe...

Wizard’s Symphony, The Best Japan Exclusive RPG For Nintendo Switch & PS4 Review ! ウィザーズ シンフォニー

Arc System Work’s Wizard’s Symphony is a return to the Wizard’s Harmony series dating back as far as the late ’90s. Completely revamped, with an ingenious and truly one of a kind battle system, RPG elements which make your mouth water and fantastically crafted dungeons which will keep you on your toes for hours on end! A Japan exclusive release though, while the West is still eagerly awaiting their localisation. Don’t sit around and wait forever though, as even though this game is crafted within the wondrous Japanese language, it is perhaps the hidden gem you were looking for, even though you didn’t know it just yet! Strap yourself in, sit back and relax and let me know in the comments section what you think of it and if you are planning on picking this ...

Gears Tactics – Review

This might sound weird but this game reminded me of “Into the breach” rather than “X-Com” to me. Let me explain, Gears Tactics fundamental concept is pretty much like… well… Gears of war. 4 Macho men and Women fight against an endless horde of more metal version of orcs and goblins. That’s pretty much it. One of X-Com stronger aspects is you start as a small underequipped, obsolete tech, and practically weaker than your enemies then working up by stealing, scavenging, and researching your own weapons. Your soldiers also fragile and inexperienced, They are learning to be hardened veterans on countless trials by fire. On the other hand, Gears soldiers are already heroes units. Equally (if not slightly better) equipped than enemies. So enemies are mos...

Planet Zoo: South America Pack – Review

To start off, I enjoy the building aspect of Planet Zoo first and foremost. I got this pack for the build items, as for me the animals are secondary. While I agree that four animals isn’t enough, you’ve probably heard that enough by now. I’ll instead talk about the build items. Good: Two very versatile build sets. I have wanted a bamboo set since the game came out. While I was thinking of using it in Asian themed builds, it works wonders for a tropical setting too. The addition of a third -recolourable- stone set is a must have in my opinion. Especially since there is only two other stone build sets in the game without this DLC. The stone ruins are also unique, and allow one to make interesting disheveled buildings and habitat pieces. The decals are beautiful. From glowin...

Bleeding Edge – Review

Bleeding Edge comes dangerously close to not being recommended, mostly on its price tag. The mechanics are solid, the setting and characters a wonder to behold, the art style and music astonishing…. but it costs £24.99. That’s a lot to pay for a game wherein the players you’re teamed up with can make or break your experience, where victories can be few and far between, and defeats are miserable. Whatever good is masked and what ill is exemplified by the matchmaking, and there’s quite a few things missing for this to ask for the money it does. Ninja Theory’s brawler pits four players against another four, each choosing characters within the Damage, Support and Tank roles. It doesn’t take long to figure out character’s strengths and weaknesses, or th...

Nioh 2 – Review

What makes a title action, an perfect Souls-like? To make that is perhaps its structure in the checkpoint, the system of character progression, or even its combat system exquisitely technical? Probably the answer to this question is a combination of multiple factors, the fact is that in the past few years someone has tried to solve the puzzle, trying to match the achievements from the famous video game series of FromSoftware, who straddles two generations of console has been able to impose on the market, by itself, a new kind of reference capable of moving the interest of the masses. Of course, Hidetaka Miyazaki and his continue to lay down the law on the subject as shown by the success achieved by Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, and yet almost exactly one year away, we find ourselves strugglin...

Double Dragon & Kunio-Kun Retro Brawler Bundle In-Depth Review !

Relive the golden years of video gaming through this amazing retro brawler bundle featuring two of the most iconic IP’s in Double Dragon & Kunio-Kun! Follow me today as we are taking a deep dive in video game history, destination: the 8bit era! Brawl, climb, kick, run, jump, whip, shake, wrestle, punch and swim your way through some of the most difficult and punishing games you have ever played. 18 games, dozens of gameplay modes, and hundreds of characters at your finger tips! Discover 7 games which have never been released outside of Japan for the first time, completely in the English language, enabling you to travel the complete distance through some of the best old school RPG’s! Play alongside your friends locally or online and complete the list of achievements for bragging rights...

Pillars of Eternity 2: Deadfire (PS4) – Review

“Not all treasure is silver and gold, mate.” – Captain Jack Sparrow was right. The true treasure is made of Obsidian. Pros: Excellent gameplay Good story A visual treat (with rose tinted glasses on, of course) Cons: A few hitches Ship management is dull Score – 9/10 Pillars of Eternity 2 follows the story in a new part of the world, Deadfire archipelago. It came with a better gameplay, more action-based, especially for the magic classes that now can use their spells X times per fight rather than Y times between each rest. It now allows multiclassing, which feels refreshing and gives a new level of complexity for the team builds. It also gives the choice between two very distinct gameplays : real time with pause (like PoE 1), and turn-based combats. Each is enjoyable...

Legendary Puzzle Quest Returns on Nintendo Switch !

A magnificent reboot of one of the single best puzzle games ever created in Puzzle Quest – The Legend Returns feels like a dream come true. It’s more than home on the Nintendo Switch, whilst remaining true to what made it great over a decade ago. All the previously released content and a bunch of new stuff, including 100 new quests, character classes, items, etc, wrapped up in a marvelous package, this one deserves to be taken apart and to take a closer look at what’s under the hood! Strap yourself in, sit back and relax and let me know in the comments section what you think of it and if you are planning on picking this one up! #PuzzleQuest #PuzzleQuestTheLegendReturns #PuzzleQuestChallengeOfTheWarlords Kindly note that a review code was provided by D3 Go!, publisher of P...

BB Tag 2.0 Update Switch Review! Best 2v2 Fighting Game?

BB Tag, or BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle is flat-out one of the single best fighting games on the market and one that just got better with the new 2.0 update! After the awesome Spring update, Arc System Works has managed to expand the roster bridging even more universes and delving deep into the fighting arena with some of the better fighters, including my new favourite hero, Akatsuki! Strap yourself in, sit back and relax and let me know in the comments section what you think of it and if you are planning on picking this one up! #BBTag #BlazBlue #BestGames2019 Kindly note that a review code was provided by Arc System Works, developer and publisher of BlazBlue Cross Tag Battle for Nintendo Switch. More Nintendo Switch game reviews coming soon, stay tuned! https://www.nintendo.com/games/detail/...

Guilty Gear 20th Anniversary! Strive, XX AC+R And More!

The name Guilty Gear is synonymous with excellence in the fighting game community. The Nintendo switch is the perfect hybrid console, and the Guilty Gear 20th anniversary collection one of the hottest things yet. With ARC system Works hyping us up for their highly anticipated release of Guilty Gear Strive, it’s about high time that we take apart the 2 released Guilty Gear games for Nintendo Switch. And you guessed it, take a sneak peak at Guilty Gear Strive! Strap yourself in, sit back and relax and let me know in the comments section what you think of it and if you are planning on picking this one up! #GuiltyGearStrive #GuiltyGear #ARCSystemWorks Kindly note that a review code was provided by Arc System Works, developer and publisher of Guilty Gear & Guilty Gear XX Accent Core Plus f...


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