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REVIEW: Pokémon Mystery Dungeon Rescue Team DX

By |March 11th, 2020|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|

Imagine waking up one day, only to realise you had been turned into a Pokémon, with no recollection of how it happened! What would you do? This is the dilemma you face in Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Rescue Team DX, a remake of the titles originally released for Nintendo Game Boy Advance and DS to mark their tenth anniversary.

I have always heard wonderful stories about the Mystery Dungeon games, and it was only this year that I had the pleasure of enjoying one for the very first time, Explorers of Sky on the Nintendo DS. I loved every moment of it, and so I was super enthusiastic about taking on the remake of the original Pokémon Mystery Dungeon titles in the form of Rescue Team DX.


REVIEW – Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy Deluxe Edition

By |March 5th, 2020|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|

The renowned archaeologist and professor Hershal Layton, has disappeared! With his whereabouts unknown, it’s time for his daughter Katrielle to take centre stage and prove her worth as this game’s lead protagonist. Kat has set up her own Layton Detective Agency on Chancer Lane in the heart of London, England. With her determination to solve any case, no matter how strange it may be, she begins looking for her first case. But has she bitten off more than she can chew, when she discovers the Millionaire’s Conspiracy?

For those who have played the 2017 release of Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaire’s Conspiracy on Nintendo 3DS, Android and iOS, the Deluxe Edition contains an additional forty puzzles and all of the original downloadable outfits unlocked from the very beginning, including fifty new outfits exclusive to this version.


Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC Pack 1 Out Now

By |March 4th, 2020|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch|

Though Halloween is long gone, the Last Resort hotel still has some tricks up their dungarees. As part of the Luigi’s Mansion 3 DLC schedule, Nintendo has just dropped the first pack today.

The DLC pack adds three new costumes to allow Luigi to really get into character: Mummigi, The Green Knight, and Groovigi. While scaling the ScareScraper, you may find yourself in matching environments if someone from your party is wearing one of the special costumes, regardless if others have the DLC installed or not. Did we mention each environment also adds a couple brand new uniquely styled ghosts?

The DLC pack also introduces three new ScreamPark games. Take dodgeball to the next level with the Poltergust G-00 in DodgeBrawl, collect coins in a rubber ducky while dodging logs in River Bank, and capture some ghosts with a ‘shocking’ twist in Tricky Ghost hunt. Want a bit of practive in the ScreamPark?

Haven’t purchased the DLC bundle yet? Never fear, there’s also a brand new update that adds a few other thrilling little features. You can now take on the ScreamPark alone without any opponents in practice mode, tackle a 20-floor ScareScraper, experience five new types of rare ghost in ScareScraper, and even listen to some music from the game in the newly added album.

All of the above is available now, and the DLC can be purchased as part of the DLC bundle for £8.99. Pack 2 will launch some time during the Summer.

Our Hopes, Desires, and Dreams for Breath of the Wild 2

By |March 3rd, 2020|Features, Nintendo, Nintendo Direct, Nintendo Switch, The Legend of Zelda|

Exactly three years ago, Nintendo revolutionised the Zelda franchise with The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and merely two years later, they teased fans with a deliciously dark trailer for its sequel. Not much is known, other than the fact that it could possibly even be darker than its predecessor… maybe more so than Majora’s Mask.

The problem with leaving devoted fans in the dark for so long is that, after a while, they’ll start coming up with their own amazing theories for what the next game will entail, most of which is fuelled by their own desires and what little information they may have. That’s just what we are going to do, theorise what we believe Breath of the Wild 2 (or Breath of the Twild) could have in store when it launches… most of which based purely on what we think could be improved.

Sit back and relax with a nice cup of pumpkin soup as we take you through our hopes, desires, and dreams for Breath of the Twild!

Re-enter the Twild!

Animal Crossing: New Horizons Direct Recap

By |February 20th, 2020|Nintendo, Nintendo Direct|

Nintendo released brand new details surrounding the upcoming Animal Crossing: New Horizons today, in a special Nintendo Direct. With exactly one month until the anticipated release, fans have been desperate to learn more about the upcoming game.

This special Direct opened with the infamous Tom Nook of Nook Inc. welcomes you to learn more about his Desserted Island Getaway Package, starting with a refresher on what has been covered in previous announcements, future development plans, and some frequently asked questions that fans have been requesting.


Incoming Animal Crossing Direct!

By |February 18th, 2020|Nintendo Direct|

It’s nearly a month before New Horizons releases and we don’t know too much about that title. Hopefully all that shall change after Thursday afternoon as Nintendo will be hosting a Animal Crossing Direct presentation from 2pm UK time!

Nintendo promises that this 25 minute presentation will go in depth on what to expect from Animal Crossing: New Horizons in a month’s time. Be sure to check back later for a full rundown for those who can’t make the initial airing… like myself!

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