REVIEW – Guts and Glory

Wheels are blazing and guts are flying in this ballade of Guts and Glory in… Guts and Glory for Nintendo Switch. Join the world’s most popular game show (source unknown) as you try to reach the end of various obstacle course quickly, while everyone and everything is trying to maim or otherwise destroy you.

Is Guts and Glory a ‘wheely’ fun game, or will it completely butcher the will to play games anymore? Find out in our review after the break!


By | 2018-07-22T20:31:59+00:00 July 22nd, 2018|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|0 Comments

REVIEW – Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker (Nintendo Switch)

You just have to love Captain Toad. He started his own little brigade in Super Mario Galaxy to assist in the retrieval of power stars, you could get a brief glimpse of how he retrieves said stars in the bonus levels of Super Mario 3D World, and then he had his very own adventure in Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker for the Wii U. Now it’s time to relive that adventure on the go for Nintendo Switch (as well as 3DS).

Is Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker for Nintendo Switch as cute as a Toad in a box, or is it a rather undelightful adventure? Found out in our review after the break!


By | 2018-07-21T16:07:24+00:00 July 21st, 2018|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|0 Comments

Master Cycle Zero races onto Mario Kart 8 Deluxe

Nintendo literally save me of a night of terror after staying up until 2am watching the Horror Channel. How? With a brand new update available now for Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on the Nintendo Switch, bringing the software version to 1.6.0.

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe is seemingly trying to compete with Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’s three Links as this free update adds the Breath of the Wild version of Link to the roster. One more Link, and it’ll be on par with the upcoming Smash game. Note that you now choose which Link you want to play as similarly to the colouredShy Guys or the gender of the Villager. The update also adds new car parts too, they are the Master Cycle Zero, Ancient Tyres, and the Paraglider.

Check out the new trailer below!

By | 2018-07-20T02:09:32+00:00 July 20th, 2018|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|0 Comments

“Let’s-a Go!” Why are Nintendo games so attractive to speed runners?

My latest Nintendo addiction, in the absence of the ability to afford a switch, has been watching speed runs of Nintendo games online. Something fascinates me about why people feel the need to time trial Paper Mario like it’s Rainbow Road over and over again. It was during my time watching that I noticed something that set Nintendo games apart from most of the other speed running staples.

Nintendo makes challenging games (insert Dark Souls meme here) that somehow consistently manage to strike a balance where good players can finish a game but great players can finish it plus all the secrets and in half the time. Of course, speed running isn’t all skill, the famous Zelda barrier skip is a prime example of the many glitches required to achieve that world record time.

However, even outside of glitch-less runs, the majority of a players time in speed runs is spent showing off their talents. And nothing feels better than blitzing through a level of SMB2 or Metroid. The release of Odyssey has only reinvigorated the passion for Nintendo speed runs.

Let’s get to the important question of ‘Why?’ though… right after the break


By | 2018-07-18T18:02:41+00:00 July 18th, 2018|Features, Opinion|0 Comments

KidZania London ‘switches’ things up with the Nintendo Labo Workshop

Earlier this year, on the lead up to Nintendo Labo’s debut, Nintendo held Nintendo Labo Workshop events which allowed members of the public to get some hands on time with the creative construction kits. The Nintendo Labo Workshop is returning, this time on a seemingly permanent basis at Kidzania, the ‘indoor city run by kids’.

The experience starts in the MAKE station, where kids are able to make and customise their own RC Cars. This is then followed by the Discover station, where attendees can bring their RC car to life with the Nintendo Labo software. The DISCOVER station will also allow guests to try out the other Nintendo Labo ToyCons. At the end of the experience, the youngsters will be able to take home their very own personal RC car, along with a super special Nintendo Labo Workshop certificate.

Check out the full press release after the break!


By | 2018-07-17T15:19:11+00:00 July 17th, 2018|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|0 Comments

Guts and Glory rides onto Switch this week

The crazy and gory cycling(ish) game from tinyBuild, Guts and Glory, takes the tour de force onto consoles this Thursday 19th July 2018, including the Nintendo Switch. Newly released from Early Access, prepare to take part in the craziest cycling game show on Earth, where EVERYTHING is trying to kill you.

Check out the trailer and game info below!

About Guts and Glory:
Guts and Glory is the craziest game show on earth, where ordinary people compete in extraordinary challenges of life and death, for glory!

The objective is simple: Race to the finish line while everything tries to kill you.

Dodge spinning saw blades, deadly spikes, explosives, turrets, and a growing list of other hazards—while navigating insane tracks set in a wide variety of environments. A game full of LOLs and WTFs and OMGs, where failing can be just as much fun as winning. Do it to prove your awesomeness. Do it for the laughs. Do it for the glory!


  • 25 new Official Tracks for the new characters
  • 15 additional Achievements & in-game Rewards
  • 4 YouTuber cameos, including: H2ODelirious, CoryxKenshin, Annoying Orange, and the voice of UberHaxorNova (Pedro)
  • Fun new content from the Kickstarter backers, such as: Poo Cannons, Laser Cats, Rainbow Unicorn Hats, and the deadly Kangaroo Avengers!
  • and many, many more!

SOURCE – tinyBuild PR

By | 2018-07-17T10:11:26+00:00 July 17th, 2018|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|0 Comments

Hungry Shark World Bites its way onto Switch Tomorrow

Get ready to dive into the bloody waters of Hungry Shark World as the popular mobile title is launching on the Nintendo Switch’s eShop, among other current gen consoles, tomorrow. Explore vast oceans as you dominate the food chain to become the biggest, baddest, and hungriest shark of them all!

LONDON, UKJULY 16th 2018 – Today, Ubisoft announced that Hungry Shark World, from the acclaimed Hungry Shark® mobile franchise, will launch on PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, the Xbox One family of devices including the Xbox One X and Nintendo Switch on July 17th.

Developed by Future Games of London, a Ubisoft Studio, Hungry Shark World will let players rise through the ranks of the food chain, starting as a small shark with a little bite and progressing into the meanest predator in the ocean. In this jawsome arcade adventure, players will eat as much as they can to take on a variety of fearsome bosses, including gruesome goblin sharks, prehistoric predators and giant squids.

Hungry Shark World introduces four unique worlds to explore, including beautiful tropical islands, sunken temples, vast cities and frozen icebergs. The game features more than 250 epic missions and 20 distinctive sharks to upgrade, each with its own characteristics and personality. As players venture into the depths of the ocean, they will discover new parts of expansive levels, each filled with unique enemies and hidden treasure.

Specifically made for console, the game will feature fully optimised gamepad controls. The game will also support 4K display and provide enhanced graphics on both PS4 Pro and Xbox One X platforms.

For more information about Hungry Shark World, please visit

For the latest on all of Ubisoft’s games, visit Ubisoft News

SOURCE – Ubisoft PR

By | 2018-07-16T17:04:44+00:00 July 16th, 2018|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Uncategorized|0 Comments
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