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REVIEW – Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch

By |January 23rd, 2020|Nintendo Switch, Review|

Even though we are nearly a month into the New Year, there may still be some, myself included, who are still zombified from the festive period. Luckily, Nintendo’s first game of the new decade is here and it aims to sharpen your brain in minutes a day with Dr. Kawashima’s Brain Training for Nintendo Switch.

Will a game with such a lengthy title truly provide you with a boosted brain, or is it pure drivel that will turn your brain to mush? Find out in our review, after the break!

How old is YOUR brain?

Nintendo Games of the Decade

By |December 31st, 2019|Features, Lists|

There’s only so many hours left until the end of 2019, or maybe it’s already happened to out time travelling friends across the globe. Either way, this decade was packed full of great games, so we’ve jumped on the bandwagon of listing some of our faves!

The following ten games are all those that we loved or meant something to us. Whether you’re still stuck in 2019 or already celebrating way into 2020, check out our top ten games of the decade!

Clarification – This list is purely based off of their European release dates and not necessarily their initial launches.


REVIEW – Pokémon Sword and Shield

By |December 31st, 2019|Pokémon, Review|

Over twenty years ago, I experienced my first ever Pokémon game in the form of Pokémon Blue version. The series has played a significant role in my life, and throughout the generations I have seen the world of Pokémon grow and expand into new areas, with brand new monsters and new challenges with every game. So I jumped at the chance of reviewing one of the latest titles in the series, Pokémon Sword!


REVIEW – Must Dash Amigos

By |December 23rd, 2019|Nintendo Switch, Review|

To win, one must survive. To survive, one must dash. To dash, one must eat many bean burritos… okay, I made that last one up, but in the world of Must Dash Amigos, every little helps to get the upper hand, even if you have to suffer from intestinal discomfort from eating too many burritos!

Must Dash Amigos is the debut battle racer from miniBeast studios, a Mexican themed local multiplayer where you ‘must dash’ to win. Is Must Dash Amigos fresher than freshly prepared guacamole, or will it cause more pain than a three day old spicy enchilada? Find out in our review, after the break!


REVIEW – Ring Fit Adventure

By |December 18th, 2019|Review|

Imagine, if you will, it’s boxing day. You just had your fourth turkey sandwich, stripping the last piece of flesh from the carcass. You’re sitting on the sofa, nice and cosy, and you admire your protruding belly; be proud of that belly, no shame here! Then you think ‘oh no, I don’t think I can fit into my jeans anymore’ (don’t worry it happens to us all), and you don’t have the money or motivation to hit the gym every day, ‘nor do you want to purchase a new pair of trousers.

What if I told you there were a solution to your situation that doesn’t break the bank, is actually fun, and doesn’t require a new pair of jeans? That solution, my friend, is Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch. What’s event better, is that it’s good for any in most situations, whether you want to loose weight, gain some muscle, or even just keep a steady regime of fitness. Enter the world of exercise that is actually fun to save the world from dark forces while getting a head start on your Summer bod!

Will Ring Fit Adventure help you burn off those extra calories, or does it suffer from burnout itself? Find out in our review, after the break!

Your sweat is so shiny and beautiful!

Review – SuperEpic: The Entertainment War

By |December 16th, 2019|Nintendo Switch, Review|

SuperEpic: The Entertainment War is absurd. I feel that getting this out of the way is important as the game doesn’t hide behind absurdity in any way. It uses it to exaggerate issues within the games industry to tell a cutting commentary on the state of games as a service, microtransactions and the lack of concern for quality; only the profit margins matter. Of course this doesn’t affect the whole industry, but SuperEpic proposes the idea of these harrowing practises taking over to form an Orwellian dystopia with a brainwashed society that only works, plays and spends, doomed to repeat this cycle forever.

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