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
The news is back, slightly late due to me being on holiday, meaning there will be no news next week, for now, enjoy this. Continue reading
Creativity is a word that, up until now, the team behind the main series of Lego video games didn’t seem to know the meaning of, paradoxically. The reason I say this is because the Lego video games follow basically the same formula, no matter what franchise it’s based on. Continue reading
The weekly news show I have been permitted to host here has returned!
Guess who’s put some content on here that isn’t E3 related! I’m back with a weekly news show that I’ve started on my YouTube channel (go subscribe). Continue reading
Since the full reveal of Nintendo Switch in January, we have been inundated with information, lets plays and general thoughts of the Switch planned software line up from launch through 2018.
Whilst the console is set to host a wide variety of games from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Super Mario Odyssey, to smaller titles such as Snipperclips, Puyo Puyo Tetris and Fast RMX, not every game coming to Nintendo’s new console has been given its due time in the spotlight.
Below are just 5 titles you might not have heard of, coming to Nintendo Switch. Check them out, after the break!
Some of the features of the Joy Con controllers were explained today.
Each Joy Con has a set of buttons, a control stick, and an analogue trigger. There is also an NFC Reader/Writer for use with Amiibos, a capture button to share screenshots and gameplay video. Motion controls are making a return as each one has a gyroscope and an accelerometer. When held sideways, there are two trigger buttons to use.
Along with Black Joy Cons, there will also be Blue and Red, along with grips and wrist straps. Finally, there are IR sensor cameras which can sense how far away an object is, as well as haptic feedback, which recreates the sense of touch!