REVIEW – Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia

A few years ago, Fire Emblem raised itself from the grave with Fire Emblem Awakening. Since then, the series seemed to have revitalised. Not only did we receive three versions of Fire Emblem Fates for the 3DS and Fire Emblem Heroes for mobile devices, but there are also three more games of the tactical role-playing game set to release by the end of 2018. One of these games include the newly release Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia.

Fire Emblem Echoes follows the intertwining adventures of Alm and Celicaduring the war between two factions of Valentia. Does Fire Emblem Echoes’ release have decent strategy, or will it fall just like many knights of Valentia? Find out in our review, after the break!

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Nintendo Announces E3 2017 Plans

Hey guys with E3 right around the corner Nintendo has released some details on their portion of the show. Get ready because here comes Super Mario Odyssey! Which of course is a Nintendo Switch exclusive. We will also be getting to see more of ARMS and Splatoon 2. Both titles will have tournaments, Splatoon 2 World Inkling Invitational on the 13th of June and the 2017 ARMS Open Invitational on the 14th. Finally we get another Nintendo Tree House live that will showcase upcoming games for the 3DS/2DS and The Switch.

Hopefully Nintendo have plenty more surprises up their sleeves when E3 rolls up. Maybe we’ll finally get a brand new Metroid, or perhaps they’ll finally unveil the Switch’s Virtual Console plan. Be sure to check back for the latest news from Nintendo’s E3, and don’t forget to check out the full press release after the break!

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Review – Hollow Knight

Imagine Dark Souls, then imagine it with the gameplay of a Metroid-Vania game, finally imagine all the characters replaced by ghost/bug people and you have a basic summary of Hollow Knight. Continue reading


Darksiders 3 Leaked! | Gaming News

In this week’s news, we discuss the comparison of the original Crash Bandicoot to the remaster; a new Yooka Laylee patch which addresses some of the main issues; Bethesda’s lawyers forcing a game to change its name; A Portal and Half-Life writer leaving Valve; Titanfall’s upcoming mobile release; and the leak of Darksiders 3. Continue reading


Zelda DLC Announcement Details

Nintendo’s newest Zelda entry The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a hit and now we have even more reason to go back and play it or to pick up and start your journey. Out this summer the promised ‘Hard Mode’ will be released that will make the enemies level be upped by one and also have higher maximum levels. They will also be able to gain health slowly, Not only that but a new added feature where you will be able to find enemies and chests in the sky.

If new apparel is your thing then look no further Nintendo has you covered. A Korok mask that shakes when you are near one of their locations will help new and old players alike find all 900 seeds. We are also graced with new armour sets based off characters from previous Zelda titles, such as Tingle and Majora’s mask. Another trial to grind through is coming. A “Trial of the Sword” Challenge will let Link take out enemies to unleash “the true power of the Master Sword” while the Hero’s Path mode will help you keep track of where you have been in the last 200 hours. Think of it like a Sheikah version of a Fitbit Activity Monitor.

Last we are awarded a Medallion, what are you ever talking about you ask? Well it is the Travel Medallion, this momentou will let you the player assign there current location as a place you can instantly travel back to. Additionally, from today, players can download an update that will allow you choose different languages for the voice acting, while keeping the subtitles in your native language.

Check out the full Press Release after the break!

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Another New Nintendo Console? | Gaming News

Fortunately, NintyBuzz didn’t go offline for too long so we’re back, and to celebrate, the news! Continue reading


REVIEW – Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Nearly three years ago, Mario zoomed back onto the track, as well as the water, air, walls, and ceilings, in Mario Kart 8 for Nintendo Wii U. The title thrilled fans in 2014, albeit a generally poor battle mode experience, especially when 16 new tracks and a 200cc mode was added as DLC.

Come 2017, Mario is back with the same set of wheels for the Nintendo Switch, this time with some shiny new enhancements. Will Mario Kart 8 Deluxe take home the gold, or will it end up being a burnout? Find out in our review, after the break!

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