‘Crayola Scoot’ Review

October 16, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

At first blush, seeing the name Crayola Scoot, for some people, might conjure up images of a kid’s coloring game, or otherwise bring to mind many cringe-worthy licensed video games from a mostly bygone era. Don’t be fooled, however—Crayola Scoot is a worthy video game in its own right and […] Read More

‘Disgaea 1 Complete’ Review

October 8, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

Turn-based tactical RPGs were a dime a dozen ten and twenty years ago, and with series like Advance Wars, Fire Emblem, and Final Fantasy Tactics, there was never a shortage of tactical goodness to go around, particularly if you were a Nintendo fan. Among that heyday during the late ‘90s […] Read More

‘Cabela’s The Hunt’ and ‘Bass Pro Shops The Strike’ Championship Editions Coming to Switch October 23

September 24, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

Calling all hunters and fishers! Planet Entertainment has announced that two titles, Cabela’s The Hunt Championship Edition and Bass Pro Shops The Strike Championship Edition, will be coming to Nintendo Switch on October 23. While Cabela’s The Hunt Championship Edition appears to be a new entry in the Cabela’s franchise, Bass Pro Shops The Strike Championship Edition appears […] Read More

‘Wolfenstein II’ for Switch Review

September 4, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

Much like last year’s port of DOOM, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on Switch sees an ambitious first-person shooter dialed down and ported to Nintendo’s hybrid console. Many of the things that were true of DOOM’s Switch version, such as muddy textures and a lower frame rate, are also true […] Read More

‘The Messenger’ Review

August 28, 2018 Nick Chevalier 0

If I’ve learned anything over the course of the Switch’s life cycle, it’s that retro-style indie darlings are aplenty on the platform. The next challenger in that arena is Devolver Digital’s and Sabotage’s The Messenger. A clear cut from the same cloth as Ninja Gaiden, perhaps the most interesting aspect […] Read More