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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’...

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Launches April 5th

LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Launches April 5th

Update (14:03 GMT): Well, that was quick. It has now been confirmed that LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga will indeed launch on 5th April. It’s time to take a closer look at gameplay for LEGO® Star Wars™: The Skywalker Saga! The galaxy is yours on April 5! #LEGOStarWarsGame pic.twitter.com/etwQFGYTv9— LEGO Star Wars Game (@LSWGame) January 20, 2022 Original Article (Thu 20th Jan, 2022 13:55 GMT): It looks like we could well be on the brink of receiving a confirmed release date for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga, and it seems fans won’t have much longer to wait. Yesterday,...

Megaton Musashi Review (Switch) | Nintendo Life

Megaton Musashi Review (Switch) | Nintendo Life

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) It’s been a while since renowned Japanese developer Level-5 launched an IP that didn’t come complete with accompanying merchandise lines, manga, and anime to complement its latest game property. Professor Layton, Ni No Kuni, Inazuma Eleven, Snack World, and of course, Yo-kai Watch have all benefited from the franchise treatment, and newcomer Megaton Musashi is no exception. Released exclusively in Japan in November 2021, Megaton Musashi is a mech-combat RPG that resembles the giant mecha work of fellow Japanese developer Sandlot, but in actual practice plays more like a hybrid of Level-5 stablemate, Little Battlers...

Shadow Man Remastered Review (Switch eShop)

Shadow Man Remastered Review (Switch eShop)

There’s no sense in pretending that Shadow Man isn’t a dated experience. But games like this — originally seen on PlayStation, N64, PC and Dreamcast — rather force a re-examination of the somewhat meaningless criticism “dated”. Seriously, what does it mean? A change in standards, perhaps. Differing expectations from a contemporary gaming experience. But, really, when a game like Shadow Man is re-released, is it fair to compare it to more slick, modern titles? Why should a re-release of an older title not reflect the time in which it was originally released? All of these are questions that Shadow Man...

Cotton Fantasy Review (Switch eShop)

Cotton Fantasy Review (Switch eShop)

Captured on Nintendo Switch (Docked) When it comes to the cute-’em-up sub-genre, the characterful witch Cotton and the series to which she lends her name are effectively royalty. There are other games that have been important in defining a niche where shmups’ staple fighter craft, tanks and laser turrets are replaced with kittens, candy canes and cuddly toys, of course. Konami’s Gradius spin-off series Parodius, and SEGA’s beloved Fantasy Zone titles, for example, have long delighted players and troubled collectors’ savings. But the Cotton games’ blend of charismatic presentation and hyperactive action has made them among the best loved shmups...

Changer, Says Tygart

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