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REVIEW – Rainbow Laser Disco Dungeon

By |July 22nd, 2022|Nintendo Switch, Review|

Some may say you can’t kill disco, but in this dystopian 8-bit world, evil robots sure are trying. What’s worse is that the world’s greatest musicologist, Dr. Dysco, has mysteriously vanished… how totally not groovy!

Join us in the Rainbow Laser Disco Dungeon and find out if this title has caught the beat or is as dated as cheap disco. Find out the results in our review, after the break!


Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Collector’s Edition Delayed In Europe

By |July 18th, 2022|News, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Uncategorized, Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles 3|

After waiting a long time to hear about news for pre-ordering the Xenoblade Chronicles 3 Collector’s Edition, Nintendo of Europe announced that they are unable to fulfil them in time for the game’s release next week.


REVIEW – Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes

By |July 12th, 2022|Fire Emblem, Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes, Koei Tecmo, Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|

2019’s Fire Emblem: Three Houses proved massively popular amongst old fans of the series and newcomers alike, boasting lots of choice to even the nittiest, grittiest of details. So it would only seem natural for a follow-up title? Instead of any form of direct sequel (which would be massively difficult considering the many outcomes it had), Koei Tecmo are back in the reigns for an alternate timeline Warriors style approach, shifting the focus away from Byleth, the previous game’s protagonist, and into the hands of a new hero. The tides of time are changing, with many possibilities ahead. Which path will you choose?


REVIEW – Kao the Kangaroo

By |June 25th, 2022|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|

Back when 3D platformers were all the rage, Kao the Kangaroo saw its debut in the year 2000 on both PC and Dreamcast. Players saw Kao journey through levels with his springy jump and signature punching techniques to beat up enemies. Unfortunately, the game received a mixed reception overall and we haven’t seen a new Kao the Kangaroo game since 2005. Originally announced on its 20th anniversary, Kao the Kangaroo finally returns to our living rooms. Have the years been kind to our Kangaroo friend, or is this game a total Knockout?


REVIEW – Mario Strikers: Battle League Football

By |June 24th, 2022|Nintendo Switch, Review|

It’s time to dust off those cleats, Mario and co. return to the pitch for an other-worldly game of footie! Go it alone or bring along a friend as you brutally tackle Toad into the wall, making room to score that winning goal.

Does Mario Strikers: Battle League Football bring the series back to World Cup prestige, or is it as useless as that one referee you’ve always hated? Find out more in our review, after the break!


REVIEW – Dungeons of Dreadrock

By |May 12th, 2022|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, NintyBuzz, Review|

In Dungeons of Dreadrock, tradition dictates that a boy must go to defeat the King of the Mountain, alone, and at this time your brother is the one chosen to take on the task. Being a woman, you aren’t allowed to do it yourself, or else it would anger the gods, but before long you start to worry and decide to take matters into your own hands. As you travel deeper into the depths, a conspiracy emerges itself, turning the whole ordeal gradually on its head. Does this game succeed in meeting expectations, or will it rot deep within the forgotten depths? Find out more below.


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