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By |September 6th, 2022|Nintendo Switch, Review, Square Enix|

It certainly feels as though Square Enix have been around since the Stone Age. With that, comes a huge catalogue of both quality and diverse games. Most recently, Square Enix have been experimenting with their 2D-HD engine, which contains a blend of 2D sprites with beautiful 3D backgrounds. With the likes of Octopath Traveller and Triangle Strategy gracing our screens, Square Enix are now delving into their archives and shining a torch on Live A Live, a niche game which previously only saw a release in Japan. Now remade gracefully for the Nintendo Switch and finally localised for the west, does Live A Live stand the test of time? 


First Impressions of Splatoon 3 Splatfest World Premiere

By |August 30th, 2022|Nintendo Switch, Nintendo Switch Online, Preview, Splatoon|

For those of you who didn’t get a chance to play the Splatoon 3 Splatfest World Premiere this past weekend, we thought we would share our thoughts on our experience playing the limited-time demo.


REVIEW – Arcade Paradise

By |August 26th, 2022|Nintendo Switch, Review|

Move over 80’s, it’s time to retire for a while and let the 90’s shine once more; this is my decade, baby. Ever wanted to run a laundromat? No? What about one with a fly secret arcade? Well, now you can simulate just that with Arcade Paradise!

Is Arcade Paradise all that and a bag of chips, or is it totally buggin’? Find out in our review, after the break.


REVIEW – Xenoblade Chronicles 3

By |August 19th, 2022|Nintendo, NintyBuzz, Review, Xenoblade Chronicles, Xenoblade Chronicles 3|

Oft-rumoured and highly anticipated, Xenoblade Chronicles 3 arrives with a surprise release, especially considering the sudden push forward with its release date from its initial September launch window. But now we all have it in our hands and the vast world of Aionios is ours to explore. With such a large legacy spanning decades, even before the Xenoblade series began, the culmination of an epic trilogy has some mighty big shoes to fill.


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!


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