The Switch’s Number of Ports is Just Fine

No doubt you have seen the mini direct where Nintendo announced a variety of ports of new and old games that will come to the switch soon. Games like Dark Souls and Wolfenstein 2 and even indie titles like Hollow Knight will reach the Switch in 2018. Many people have expressed their objections to theContinue reading “The Switch’s Number of Ports is Just Fine”

FIFA 18 Review

Guys, I always say this to my friends, FIFA games have got their own platform and there is no competitor out there that sets the pace for them. I mean, they literally have got all the licenses, well except for the Camp Nou and Champions League. But who cares about it when the presentation ofContinue reading “FIFA 18 Review”

The Nintendo Labo is Doing Everything Right

While Microsoft and Sony continue to push the line between video games and reality, they are wholly missing the mark on what people want. Enter Nintendo to show them how it is done with a whole lot of cardboard. On January 17th Nintendo introduced the first peripheral for the switch, the Labo. The Labo isContinue reading “The Nintendo Labo is Doing Everything Right”

Nier: Automata

There are few games (if not none) quite like this one. Nier Automata comes across as an all-in-one type of game. At one point you are playing the hack-and-slash, then guns go blazing, a brawler comes in—voila! It’s an RPG, as well as a text adventure, thrill, thrill, thrill! Regardless the style you are using,Continue reading “Nier: Automata”

My Experiences with PUBG

PLAYERUNKNOWN’S Battlegrounds or PUBG is a game that has received a lot of attention over the past few months. It began as an early access game and shot to the top of the steam user charts. The idea of intense 100 player action filled with suspense and wild shootouts appeals to a lot of players,Continue reading “My Experiences with PUBG”

Star Wars Battlefront 2: Review

It takes one in a million of reasons for a beautifully built building to crack and finally fall down. Think of it guys, how many bricks go into a building and how many workers get involved from the onset that involves the manufacturing of high-quality cement and steel that will be used when building toContinue reading “Star Wars Battlefront 2: Review”

Snes Classic, a Retro Retrospective

  My Christmas highlight was definetly receiving a SNES Classic. I had sought after an NES classic but was never able to get it due to the scarcity of the product, and the SNES classic was a bit above my price range. Unwrapping it was euphoric, and I immediately wanted to get started. The consoleContinue reading “Snes Classic, a Retro Retrospective”

Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Review

From a narrative perspective, the new installation of Pokémon in the name of Ultra doesn’t generally stray much from the first Pokémon Sun and Moon story, especially when we review it from the beginning. I mean for once I was like ‘this is basically this *ish is the same!’You are yet again the youthful heroContinue reading “Pokémon Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon Review”

Super Mario Odyssey: A Concise Review

I remember when my brother and I couldn’t wait for the dawn of the weekend: our aunt had a Pentium three and on it was installed the Mario Bros. It was heaven for us. Its simplicity meant that it could be enjoyed by children. The music that played in the background as you hit theContinue reading “Super Mario Odyssey: A Concise Review”