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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Why Can’t EA Do Naming?! | Gaming News

A slow news week has come upon us but I’ve muddled through and come up with something presentable. Continue reading


Death of the NES Mini! | Gaming News

After a short break, the news is back, this week covering Microsoft’s new refund policy; Bayonetta’s (rather late) PC release; Elite Dangerous’ new patch and the issues surrounding it; Planet Coaster’s spring update; A rough outline of the whole TotalBiscuit, Gearbox, G2A back and forth; the Switch releases for Splatoon 2 and The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth +; And the discontinuation of the NES Mini.

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REVIEW – Mario Sports Superstars

Warm weather is finally coming, which is the perfect time for Mario and Co. to get athletic and play some sports outdoors. Mario Sports Superstars however doesn’t focus on one sport, rather five different sports. Kick the ball around in Football, hit a home run in Baseball, get a rally going in Tennis, score a hole in one in Golf, and race your trusty steeds in Horse Racing.

Does Mario Sports Superstars take home the gold trophy, or is it worse than a doping controversy? Find out in our review, after the break!

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REVIEW – Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls

A mysterious force lingers above Springdale, causing two factions of Yo-Kai, the Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls, to feud against each other. There has to be a good reason for their fighting, which has allegedly lasted for thousands of years!

Nate, Jibinyan, and Whisper are back in the long awaited sequel to Yo-Kai Watch. Originally released in Japan in 2014, and in America in 2016, Yo-Kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits and Fleshy Souls is now finally inspiriting stores across Europe.

Does Yo-Kai Watch 2 have a lot of soul to it’s core, or is it just skinny as bones? Find out in our review, after the break!

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Crap Zelda: BOTW Reward? | Gaming News

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Monolith Reveal Shadow of War Gameplay | Gaming News

The weekly news show I have been permitted to host here has returned!

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