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Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Review (Switch eShop)

Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel Review (Switch eShop)

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) Back in the late ’90s and early 2000s, it felt like Yu-Gi-Oh! was seen on the playground as the game only played by the kids who wouldn’t play Pokémon. Nonetheless, the franchise has persisted for nearly as long as those popular pocket monsters, and has always maintained a passionate following. Naturally, this led to the production of many video games, but most of these releases arguably lacked that special something needed to capture what made the real card game so compelling. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel is Konami’s latest attempt — a free-to-play card game looking to...

Eschatos Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

Eschatos Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) M-KAI began his game development life on the MSX with RPG Izumic Ballade, before moving into the shoot-em-up arena with Kanzen Kouryaku Kyokugen and Pleasure Hearts. The distinct design hallmarks of these early works — leaning toward lightweight, unpretentious fun — have remained present throughout his commitment to the genre. Qute Corporation released the Wonderwitch in 2000, a game development device for Bandai’s Japan-only WonderSwan handheld. To encourage sales, a software coding competition was held with a 500,000 Yen cash prize and the promise of a commercially published game. M-KAI’s Judgement Silversword — a vertical...

“My Uncle Works At Nintendo” – The Man, The Myth, And The Mendacity

“My Uncle Works At Nintendo” – The Man, The Myth, And The Mendacity

Image: @Reggie In the magazine business, the Back Page is where you’d find all the weird goofs that we couldn’t fit in anywhere else. Some may call it “filler”; we prefer “a whole page to make terrible jokes that are tangentially related to the content of the mag”. We don’t have (paper) pages on the internet, but we still love terrible jokes — so welcome to our semi-regular feature, Back Page. Today we delve into the story of the elusive, mercurial man that is the fabled ‘Uncle At Nintendo’… An uncle. Maybe yours, maybe your friend’s. Maybe the uncle of...

A New Hatsune Miku Puzzle Game Has Been Announced For Nintendo Switch

A New Hatsune Miku Puzzle Game Has Been Announced For Nintendo Switch

Image: Crypton Future Media Update [Sat 22nd Jan, 2022 13:30 GMT]: This new puzzle entry in the Hatsune Miku series has now been locked in for a release next week in Japan. It’ll arrive on 27th January, and in the lead up to its release – there’ll be new details shared about it every day. \🎊発売日発表🎊/Nintendo Switch™新作ゲーム『初音ミク つなげるパズル たまごとり』 2022年1月27日(木)発売決定💖明日から発売日まで毎日情報を公開✨お楽しみに! #初音ミク #ミクとり pic.twitter.com/deFhRmRRVH — クリプトン・モバイルコンテンツチーム (@cfm_mobile) January 21, 2022 Original article [Fri 14th Jan, 2022 05:00 GMT]: Japanese virtual idol Hatsune Miku will soon be making a return to the Nintendo Switch in a brand new puzzle game. It’s called...

Blackwind Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

Blackwind Review (Switch eShop) | Nintendo Life

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) Once upon a time in an unfortunate culinary incident, this writer managed to accidentally create a bowl of literally flavorless Jell-O. The Jell-O (that’s jelly to you UK folk) was cold, completely clear, chewy, and somehow managed to leave a massive impression, solely because of how its flavor left absolutely no impression at all. It was horrible and it was fascinating. Blackwind is the video game equivalent of that Jell-O. In many ways, it feels like a game that was AI-generated and rolled off a conveyor belt after the operators typed in “sci-fi hack ‘n’...

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