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More Than 40 NES Games Now Available to Play on Nintendo Switch Online

On May 15, classic NES games Donkey Kong Jr., Clu Clu Land and VS. Excitebike are coming to the Nintendo Entertainment System – Nintendo Switch Online collection, bringing its total number of games to more than 40. That’s dozens of classic games that can be played on the Nintendo Switch system anytime and anywhere with a Nintendo Switch Online membership, with even more games on the way! Donkey Ko...[Read More]

Yoshi’s Crafted World Review

Well crafted? The Yoshi games have always been quite divisive amongst Nintendo fans, both from an art style and gameplay perspective. Still, after a glut of excellent exclusives, can there possibly be any issues with a new Yoshi platformer in 2019? Story: Unfortunately, the attempt at story is even more contrived than your average Nintendo platformer. Kamel and Baby Bowser show up in an airship an...[Read More]

Yoshi’s Crafted World

In Yoshi’s Crafted World players take control of a Yoshi exploring a big world crafted from household items like boxes and paper cups, journeying through each themed stage to solve puzzles and find hidden treasures. On the flip side, stages can be played backwards, providing new perspectives to explore and the challenge to find Poochy-Pups that are hiding around the course. Players can even join u...[Read More]

Super Mario Maker 2 and The Legend Of Zelda: Link’s Awakening coming in 2019 on Nintendo Switch

 In a new Nintendo Direct video presentation, Nintendo announced that Super Mario Maker 2, a sequel to the groundbreaking original game, and a stylish re-imagining of The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening are both launching this year for the Nintendo Switch system. The video also revealed ASTRAL CHAIN, a new action game from PlatinumGames exclusive to Nintendo Switch.  In addition to introduc...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed III Remastered coming to the Nintendo Switch!

Today, Ubisoft announced that for the first time ever, Assassin’s Creed will be available on the Nintendo Switch™ system. On May 21st, players will be able to relive the adventures of Connor and Aveline as they fight for freedom during key moments in American history in Assassin’s Creed III and Liberation Remastered. Taking full advantage of the capabilities of the Nintendo Switch system, t...[Read More]

GK Review: New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe

Our reviewer Joe has taken a closer look at the new Nintendo Switch game, “New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe” which is out now! Can it beat the Wii U version? Here’s more: Besides one-and-a-half new playable characters, NSMBUD (oof that’s a mouthful) throws in all of the fantastic Luigi and Nabbit DLC, which reworks the entire game into a frantic sprint to the finish on each level. ...[Read More]

New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe Review

Deluxe: The Wii U had some of the best entries into any given Nintendo series – so much so that it was an absolute crime it didn’t sell better than it did. Nintendo, to their credit, have been showing everyone what they were missing out on, re-releasing some of the best Wii U games (and consequently, some of the best Nintendo games) on their much more popular Switch console. New Super Mario Bros. ...[Read More]

Nintendo Switch is getting a lot of new Indie titles in 2019

The new year is the time for new things and, in a new Indie Highlights video, Nintendo of Europe showcased a selection of exciting independent games coming to Nintendo Switch this year. The video included the first look at SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech, a beautifully hand-drawn roleplaying card game from Image & Form Games, the creators of critically-acclaimed titles such as SteamWorld D...[Read More]

GK Review: Super Mario Party

Our reviewer Joe has taken a closer look at the new Party game for your Nintendo Switch, “Super Mario Party“. More: Super Mario Party feels like a winner straight out of the gates. It gets out of its own way and presents you – and any mates you have with you at the time (don’t worry you won’t have them for long) – with your first board game in minutes and before long you’re off, gettin...[Read More]

Super Mario Party Review

It’s-a-party-time: I feel like Mario Party lost its way throughout the ten games that preceded this one. As the numbers crept up the games felt a little bloated and confused, oftentimes wasting far too much of your time as you tried to screw over your friends and ruin relationships. I’m pleased to say that Super Mario Party is a fantastic return to the series roots, where the acts of playing minig...[Read More]

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review

The Leader of the Bunch: Donkey Kong Country Returns was a game I never thought could recapture the DK magic from the golden era of platformers. I was wrong. I didn’t make the same mistakes doubting Tropical Freeze when it debuted on the much maligned Wii U a few years back – I knew we were in for something special. I am thrilled to report that the inevitable Switch port is even more fantastic. St...[Read More]

Kirby Star Allies Review

Kirby: “Kirby Star Allies” is a very typical Nintendo game – cute, fun and polished to the nth degree. It doesn’t do anything new but, then again, it really doesn’t need to. The Kirby formula of sucking things up and stealing their powers is as fun here as it’s ever been, and whilst it never reaches the highs of Return to Dreamland, it’s still a stellar instalment in an absolutely char...[Read More]

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