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REVIEW – One Strike (Switch)

One Hit Kill With rock-paper-scissor reflex based gameplay, One Strike is an approachable one-on-one fighter. The premise is simple in that one successful attack will kill your opponent. One button attacks, another blocks, and the shoulder buttons can dash in either direction. That’s it. There is no high/low attacks, weak/medium/strong buttons, or technical combos to …

NEWS – Pode explores Switch next week

Independent developer Henchman & Goon announced that their co-op exploration game, Pode, will soon be available for pre-order on Nintendo Switch, with a commercial release date set to June 21st. In Pode, a rock and a fallen star set out on a mystical journey, using their distinct abilities to solve ancient puzzles, heavily emphasizing the …

REVIEW – Quad Fighter K Switch Review

It is Dangerous To Go Alone With 8-bit visuals and arcade quarter munching gameplay, Quad Fighter K on Nintendo Switch is an action packed four-player co-op new old school shooter. With a strong emphasis on co-op gameplay and priced under $10, this Aksys Games published vertical shooter can satisfy that arcade itch. The gimmick behind …

NEWS – Nicalis bringing RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore to Switch, PS4, and X1 this winter

Nicalis announced that it has acquired the publishing rights to RemiLore: Lost Girl in the Lands of Lore, an all-new “rogue-lite” hack-and-slash action game that’s scheduled to release on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam in winter 2018. In RemiLore, players utilize intuitive twin-stick controls to battle fearsome enemies and engage in epic …

REVIEW – West of Loathing Switch

Funny. Absurd. Ridiculous. With an absurd sense of humor and unconventional RPG elements, West of Loathing is a downloadable Switch eShop title that shouldn’t be overlooked. West of Loathing is a Western RPG that is more ridiculous than its name. Presented through a stick figure black and white hand drawn art style, the focus of …

REVIEW – Banner Saga 2 Switch Review

Marching Forward Banner Saga 1 not only contained an engrossing story, it ended on a life or death situation (trying to avoid spoilers here). Banner Saga 2 kicks off immediately after the events of the first game with your decisions playing host to consequence. While it is possible to jump into the Banner Saga series …

Qubic hitting Switch with One Strike this week

Only one strike settles the duel, master the fighting style of each warrior to outsmart your opponents. Challenge your friends or the AI in easy, medium or hard mode. 6 fighters in medieval Japan: Kenji the honorable samurai and his katana Hinode the ninja striking her Sai weapons at the speed of light Soujirou the …

REVIEW – Jumping Joe & Friends Switch

The Doodler Must Be One of the Friends QubicGames has been on a cold streak lately, releasing subpar games like Pirates: All Aboard!, Mad Carnage, and Astro Bears Party. Their newest Switch game, Jumping Joe & Friends, is a $4.99 knockoff of Doodlejump. Although it isn’t fun for more than ten minutes, this is the …

NEWS – 4-Player co-op shooter Quad Fighter K now on Switch

Aksys Games announced today that Quad Fighter K, a local 4-player co-op retro shooter for the Nintendo Switch, is available now in the Nintendo eShop. In the far distant future, a mysterious alien race set its sights on nothing less than the conquest of Earth and total annihilation of the human race. In response the …

NEWS – Ikaruga now on Switch with vertical mode thanks to Nicalis

Nicalis has announced that Ikaruga is now available on Switch. This legendary and critically acclaimed vertical shooter from renowned Japanese game developer Treasure offers something special for both nostalgic fans and modern players. The gameplay in Ikaruga is centered around the ship’s polarity-switching mechanic, which lets players toggle between two energy polarities (black or white) …