[Review] World of Final Fantasy Maxima (Nintendo Switch)

Developer: Tose / Square Enix Business Division 3 Publisher: Square Enix Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop) Category: Role-Playing Release Date: November 6, 2018 (Worldwide)     World of Final Fantasy is somewhat of a celebration of the series so far. Characters you know and love, return to help face off against an evil threat. Familiar creatures… View Article
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[Feature] My Experience at PAX AUS 2018

PAX has been making its way down under for 6 shows now, and with each one the gaming convention seems to expand. This year marked the merging of both PAX, as well as EB Expo, into one giant event. The interesting thing about the Australian version of PAX though is the fact that most of… View Article
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[Review] The World Ends With You: Final Remix (Nintendo Switch)

Developer: Jupiter Corporation / Square Enix Publisher: Nintendo Platform: Nintendo Switch Category: Role-Playing Release Date: September 27, 2018 (JP) / October 12, 2018 (EU & NA)     Initially launched on the Nintendo DS back in 2008, The World Ends With You, is a game that garnered much praise, helping to amass a very devoted… View Article
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[Review] Goosebumps The Game (Nintendo Switch)

Developer: WayForward Publisher: GameMill Entertainment Platform: Nintendo Switch Category: Puzzle, Action & Other Release Date: October 9, 2018 (EU & NA)       Reader beware, you’re in for a scare! You are a young teen who has just finished a hard day at school. Fetching your phone from your locker, you find a message… View Article
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[Review] The Midnight Sanctuary (Nintendo Switch)

Developer: CAVYHOUSE Publisher: Unties Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop) Category: Adventure Release Date: October 4, 2018 (EU & NA)     The story of The Midnight Sanctuary follows Hamomoru Tachibana. Hamomoru, a devout Christian woman, has come to help find out about the history of the Christian village known as Daiusu Village. The heads of the… View Article
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Valkyria Chronicles 4 review

[Review] Valkyria Chronicles 4 (Nintendo Switch)

Developer: SEGA Publisher: SEGA Platform: Nintendo Switch Category: Role-Playing & Strategy Release Date: September 25, 2018 (EU & NA) / September 27, 2018 (JP)     Turn-based war is here and it is glorious. Valkyria Chronicles 4 centres around a bloody war between the Federation and the Imperials. The Imperial army is deep into Federation… View Article
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Bandai Namco Brazil are offering free Switch copies of Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden for newsletter subscribers

Bandai Namco Brazil are offering you the chance to nab a free copy of Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden for the Nintendo Switch if you sign up to their newsletter. The catch; they need to hit 10,000 new sign-ups before they give away the codes to all who have subscribed. Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden was offered as… View Article
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[Feature] Breaking down the Dragon Ball FighterZ DLC and what is included in each of the Game’s 3 Editions

Dragon Ball FighterZ has finally been released on the Nintendo Switch. While this will be an exciting time for many Dragon Ball fans – as well as fans of anime – who own a Nintendo Switch, it turns out buying the game can be a little tricky. If you are buying a physical copy of the… View Article
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[Feature] Valkyria Chronicles 4: Memoirs from Battle Premium Edition unboxed

Today marks the day that Valkyria Chronicles 4 finally hits store shelves. Beyond just the standard edition of the release, there is also a rather special edition packed with lots of goodies. I managed to snag one of these editions, so let’s take a look what’s inside, shall we? First of all, the box. It… View Article
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[Feature] My struggles with Enjoying Xenoblade Chronicles (#XenoWeek)

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 was a game that, upon announcement, made me extremely excited for the Switch. The fact that the game was revealed before the system’s launch meant that there was an epic JRPG to look forward to in the near future, and the anime-esc art style was beautiful to behold. Unfortunately, take three of… View Article
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[Feature] Farewell Miitomo, We Will Miss You

By: Lachlan Bruce   Miitomo was Nintendo’s big mobile debut. The app was basically Nintendo’s take on social media, with you being able to customize your Mii’s, answer questions about yourself, and buy new outfits for your creations. You could see all your friends answers, and sometimes your buddies would visit your room, which could… View Article
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