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REVIEW – Elea: Paradigm Shift

By |February 17th, 2020|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|

“What’s going on?” asks Dr. River Elea Catherine Jones as she’s being sucked into pillars of sporadic light in the game named after her.

Countless times during a brutally boring and confusing four hours, I was asking myself that same question. And my tired eyes and disappointed spirits weren’t worth getting an answer to that question. Click to read more about what we thought of Elea: Paradigm Shift for Nintendo Switch.


WIN – Building the Kingdom World 4

By |February 16th, 2020|Features, NPUK, WIN!|

Calling all Animal Crossing and Super Mario Maker 2 fans, you do NOT want to miss this! To celebrate the imminent launch of Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Nintendo Players UK have a special Mario Maker assignment for you.

Are your stylus fingers twitching yet? If so, read ahead for more details!

Click here for New Horizons!

NintyBeats – Valentines Day 2020 Edition

By |February 14th, 2020|Features, NintyBuzz, Weekend NintyBeats|

NintyBeats returns for its first feature of 2020. As its February, we are celebrating the theme of romance. But there will be no need to check into a Love Hotel! For this feature, I have chosen four themes that feature some kind of romantic connection, but which ones come up smelling of roses?


REVIEW – Heave Ho

By |January 29th, 2020|Nintendo, Nintendo Switch, Review|

There’s something freeing about the indie game industry. Maybe it’s because the gamer doesn’t have to worry about the often $60, 100-plus-hour commitment of AAA titles. Maybe it’s because what’s mainstream and popular doesn’t have to be plastered all over the brand of a new game.

Or maybe, in the case of Heave Ho, it’s because Le Cartel Studio is offering the most hilarious couch co-op in recent memory! Make the jump to read our full review!


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.

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