Nintendo Switch Nindies Summer 2017 Showcase Highlights

Today, Nintendo’s Nindies Summer Showcase…um…showcased (there is that college degree at work, readers) a whopping 22(!) indie games coming to the Switch between now and sometime in 2018. The presentation featured a lot of side-scrolling platforming titles with local and online four-player co-op, and a handful of surprises as well, such as: Super Meat Boy:…

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Review

The premise of Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle is as ridiculous and over-the-top as you would expect. A passing glance at the game’s cover art is indication enough that the experience is going to be unlike any Super Mario Bros. title you’ve played before. But the details of the how and why Ubisoft’s lovable white…

Hollow Brings First-Person Horror to the Nintendo Switch

When Nintendo unveiled the Switch back in January, I couldn’t help but wonder how great the platform would be for horror titles. Fortunately, I won’t have to imagine what that would be like for much longer as a first-person horror title by the name of Hollow is making its way to the Nintendo Switch later…

SHU Review

Shu begins like a 2D platformer plucked from the NES era: a malevolent entity unceremoniously appears and lays waste to your hometown. As the last vestige of hope, the village elder tasks you with defeating the ancient evil before it brings about the end of the world. The set-up is as conventional as it gets,…

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