The rhythm game Soundfall comes to the Nintendo Switch!

Sometime yesterday, a trailer for the rhythm-based shooter Soundfall appeared on Nintendo’s official Youtube channel. The game is developed by Drastic Games which consists of game developers who have previously worked for Epic Games. The publisher of all this is Noodle Cake. They release many games and you can find more here. Crazy trailer, I […]

The first wave of new Mario Kart 8 Deluxe tracks is out now!

Are you like Daniel disappointed with the Chocobo GP? Calm pucks, Nintendo has now released the first wave of tracks in its Booster Course Pass. Nintendo announced its Booster Course Pass earlier Nintendo Direct along with a lot of other fun games. Booster Course Pass was a very positive surprise for many who thought that […]

Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet announced!

During the previously described Pokémon Week presented The Pokémon Company International finally the next main game in the Pokémon series: Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet! The announcement also came with a new trailer. Although not much gameplay was shown during the trailer, the description of the trailer seems to suggest that the game will be […]

Nintendo shuts down eShop on Wii U and 3DS – and the schedule is faster than you think

From the end of March next year, you will no longer be able to buy games via the eShops on the Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. The company announced this last night. The closure itself is not surprising, although the timing may be. However, you can not expect to be able to easily spend your […]

Test: mClassic – HDMI graphics card for your console

Graphics cards are something you mainly associate with PCs. There, the range ranges from built-in, perfectly OK diton for mainly work, to full-scale ray-tracing monsters that push the game development (and wallet) to the max and are widely used today to mine cryptocurrency. Consoles have the advantage (and disadvantage) of being locked into a hardware […]

Pokémon UNITE Battle Pass 5, with a lot of new – out now

Sit on the saddle, too Pokémon UNITE: s next combat session – New Sherrif in Town. In addition to the usual rewards you get by playing, the new premium pass will give players access to exciting login bonuses and incredible rewards with a Wild West theme, including clothing for Trainers and Pokémon Holowear. You will […]

Pokémon Legends: Arceus game mechanics presented in a new trailer

A brand new pokémon game! Will be released in two weeks Pokémon Legends: Arceus, but already now we get a deep insight into how the game’s system and mechanics differ from traditional games in the beloved series. Not only do we get to see how the user interface conveys information, but also how the mechanics […]

More episodes of Pokémon Evolutions next week

Four episodes left before Christmas Eve. Throughout November, the anniversary series Pokémon Evolutions has been bright with its absence. During September and October, we saw four of the eight announced episodes that would film moments from the various Pokémon games. On Thursday next week, the second of December, the series finally starts again with the […]

Colors Live – digital canvas with pen – now out for the Nintendo Switch

Unleash your inner Picasso with Colors Live for the Nintendo Switch. Or just scribble. Colors Live to Nintendo Switch has now reached the Swedish market! Distributed by Wendros for 629 SEK, this digital drawing program allows you to draw and paint with a pressure-sensitive pen – directly on the Nintendo Switch screen! The idea of […]

The first episode of Pokémon Evolutions is a melancholy masterpiece

Everyone needs a hug sometimes. I have been a Pokémon trainer since the original in 1999 and have constantly played the games and seen all the cartoons and comics. So when Pokémon Evolutions was announced, a unique anniversary series that will capture moments from eight generations of games, I was tagged to say the least! […]

Metroid Dread gets a new trailer and more info, for those who are hungry

Metroid Dread‘s release is fast approaching. Today it is six weeks until we finally, after 19 years, get to know the continuation of Metroid Fusion. The age of the series and the fact that the Prime games are much more relevant to most fans has made Nintendo publish articles on a regular basis. These articles […]

Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl come with new features

Clothes, pvp and exciting caves await in the new versions of Diamond and Pearl. There’s still a while left until we can play Pokémon Brilliant Diamond and Pokémon Shining Pearl, but yesterday the Pokémon Company invited to a small party when they showed off the upcoming games. Despite the fact that the original games are […]

Pokémon Legends: Arceus looks like the next generation of Pokémon games

Pokémon Legends: Arceus lets you explore a bubbling Sinnoh. I have a hard time putting into words the feelings I got when I looked at yesterday’s Pokémon Presents, in which we got to glimpse much more of the upcoming game Pokémon Legends: Arceus. I was amazed to say the least. While the announcement made me […]

New info on Pokémon Legends: Arceus on Wednesday afternoon in Pokémon Presents

The official Pokémon account announced this weekend that we will receive new information regarding the upcoming game on Wednesday Pokémon Legends: Arceus which was first announced in February. Arceus further develops the well-known Pokémon formula and takes the step into an open world. There you get to explore and catalog Pokémon species in an old-fashioned […]

Popular card game meets JRPG in Shadowverse: Champion’s Battle

Cygames show at E3 a console version of its popular online card game Shadowverse. For those who do not know is Shadowverse a Japanese card game closely related to both Hearthstone and Magic: The Gathering (part of the game developers are Magicpros too!) and it has been around for five years now with regular updates. […]

Review: Beautiful Desolation – SENSES

The post-apocalypse from an isometric view unfortunately becomes a bit of a sleeping pill in Beautiful Desolation. Beautiful Desolation takes place in an alternative 80s, where space creatures have invaded the earth. Our avatar, Ground, his brother Don and their robot dog now faces the task of surviving, making new friends, avoiding enemies and finding […]

Asteria Ascending donates delicious turn-based role-playing game in September

Hand-painted backgrounds and animations! Probably no one missed Asteria Ascending during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct. The beautiful Japanese role-playing game, developed by Artisian Studios, in collaboration with veterans of the Final Fantasy series, has hand-painted backgrounds and animations. Although it is not only the Nintendo Switch that can be happy about this indie release. In fact, […]

Family Trainer will debut on the Nintendo Switch this fall

Bandai Namcos ancient game series Family Trainer coming to the Nintendo Switch on September 3rd. Family Trainer is just as advanced as the name suggests: You and any fellow players participate in various mini-games that aim to keep the body going. This title will utilize the bone band that came along with Ring Fit Adventure […]

Nintendo Indie World April 2021 – A Summary

Nintendo gave a presentation of upcoming indie games yesterday with barely 24 hours’ notice. The word “World” seems to have been the guiding light of the presentation; during the evening, in addition to English, we heard French, Spanish, Korean and German – all in one and the same broadcast when the creators proudly displayed their […]

Review: Monster Hunter Rise (Switch)

The technical limitations of the switch adversely affect an otherwise outstanding game. Monster Hunter is a game series that is only getting bigger and bigger and we have already reviewed Monster Hunter World and quite recently I reviewed the film adaptation Monster Hunter with Milla Jovovich in the leading role. Today’s consideration is Monster Hunter […]

Pokémon Diamon / Pearl remake and a new Open World game

Pokémon continues to turn 25 with lots of weird, glorious and strangely glorious news. During today’s presentation, we got to see a single long tribute to the franchise’s history (a lot of anime and playing cards, not to mention all the games) and take part in the not too distant future of our beloved pocket […]

Review: Neptunia Virtual Stars – SENSES

On paper, an insanely fun game idea – but in practice, Neptunia Virtual Stars will be something completely different. Neptunia Virtual Stars takes place in another dimension called Virtualand and there are virtual planets that have an enormous ability to produce a raw material called Content. The tranquil planet EMO becomes the target of an […]

Peril on Gorgon out now on The Outer Worlds for the Nintendo Switch

Solve a huge mystery, smack drug-addicted bandits and smoke Spacers cigs Peril on Gorgon, which now exists The Outer Worlds on the Nintendo Switch! Peril on Gorgon is the first of two DLC for Obsidian’s Fallout-inspired space role-playing game and takes players to abandoned drug factories on the asteroid Gorgon to solve an exciting noir […]

Review: Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition

Root Double is a visual novel, something you should be aware of before embarking on this “game”. Root Double -Before Crime * After Days- Xtend Edition takes place in 2030 and it is business as usual in the research city Rokumei. Suddenly, the city is shaken by several powerful explosions and an elite rescue force […]

Review: Atelier Ryza 2 – Lost Legends and The Secret Fairy

Nice and big but extremely beautiful and sometimes downright confusing. Atelier Ryza 2: Lost Legends and the Secret Fairy is a sequel to the game Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & The Secret Hideout and takes place three years after the events of the first game. We take control again Ryza and visit new, cool places […]

Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World is nearing release – here is the trailer and the new releases

When Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World released in the west, it will be in no less than three different editions. Three of these are limited editions, each with their own goodies in the package. Strictly Limited Games stands for the physical release, which is why all three editions are referred to as “Limited”. Limited […]

Review: The Dark Eye – Chains of Satinav + Memoria

Beautiful backgrounds, intricate point-and-click adventure in 2D with hand-drawn graphics, depth and advanced story. The role play The Dark Eye (Or The black eye, as it is called in the original language German) debuted as a classic pen-and-paper role-playing game as early as 1984 and has since been published in countless editions and versions. Chains […]

Iam8bit, Moon Studios And Skybound Games donate $ 25,000 to rainforest conservation

To celebrate the physical release of Ori and the Blind Forest as well as its sequel Ori and the Will of the Wisp, have the distributors iam8bit and Skybound Games joined forces with the developers Moon Studios to donate money to the conservation of rainforest. Iam8bit donates a base $ 25,000, and between December 8 […]

Swedish player in the first DLC for Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions

Bet that all players in Sweden will call him by a different name. Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New Champions has today got the first new players in its Character Pass, including the Swedish nobleman Stefan Levin (who my brain just wants to call the Prime Minister!). In addition, the game gets a great free update […]

Review: Oceanhorn 2 – Knights of the Lost Realm (Switch)

Fun and attractive pirate adventure, with a futuristic twist. Oceanhorn 2: Knights of the Lost Realm takes place 1,000 years before the events of the first game and our avatar is a young knight, who is faced with a real dangerous enemy: Warlock Mesmeroth. I have not played first Oceanhorngame itself, so I can not […]

Nintendo Direct Mini Partner Showcase – October 2020: A Summary

Nintendo has a little hastily and funny given us a whole bunch of good news via his latest Nintendo Direct mini Partner Showcase. As usual with Partner Showcase, this applies to Nintendo’s partners (second and third parties). The broadcast began with a demonstration of Bravely Default II. The narrator’s voice went through the game’s layout […]

Rice cultivation and action in Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin out in November

Released November 20 for Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Marvelous Europe announces that Sakuna: Of Rice and Ruin will be released on November 20 for Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch (Steam on November 10), but hungry fans can already pre-book the deluxe edition for a little extra swag. More about that further down. Sakuna: Of […]

Returning to Animal Crossing: New Horizons after 3 months is pure chaos

A lot happens in three months. I missed a lot of the summer updates too Animal Crossing: New Horizons, I heard there were some fireworks and swimwear. Summer is probably my least popular season. Autumn and winter are my cup of tea. For that reason, the autumn update and Halloween attract me. And pumpkins, lots […]

My Nintendo Store gets nice Mario merch (and ships to Sweden!)

That Mario celebrates 35 years in the spotlight this year has probably not escaped anyone among the game fans. We have received a long-awaited (and hotly debated) compilation of Mario’s foremost 3D adventure in Super Mario 3D All-Stars, a re-release of the first All-Stars game on the Super Nintendo part of Nintendo Switch Online and […]

Ubisoft Forward September 2020: A Summary

Ubisoft has held its latest Ubisoft Forward broadcast and with it comes of course a hefty dose of news. Here we collect the evening’s announcements, release dates and other goodies that were said during the evening. Immortals Fenyx Rising The previous title Gods & Monsters did not stand. Ubisoft’s zelda-eska open world with Greek mythology […]

Review: Captain Tsubasa – Rise of New Champions

We expected an arcade-themed football game in anime costume. One of those expectations came true. In a gaming climate where EA Sports FIFAfranchise and Konami’s increasingly scarred PES (eFootball) is still fighting for the fans, so it was fun to get football from a completely unexpected direction. Japanese Tamsoft are best known for their “anime-erotic” […]

Chronicle: Did Microsoft give up the console war before the next battle even began?

Microsoft’s continued strategy for the future of the Xbox seems increasingly unclear. The question is whether the company is about to change its focus in gaming? This fall, the next generation of consoles from Sony (Playstation 5) and Microsoft (Xbox Series X, as well as the simpler Series S (at the time of writing not […]

Review: Deadly Premonition 2: A Blessing In Disguise (Switch Exclusive)

Outdated graphics and prickly textures create an uneven experience to say the least. The FBI interrogates the former FBI agent Francis York Morgan about a murder case that happened in 2005. Morgan has lost his mind completely and it takes a while before they get him to start telling about the mysterious murder case. What […]

Remember – don’t buy the wrong Expansion Pass for Pokémon Sword & Shield

Tomorrow, the first installment of Expansion Pass will be released to Pokémon Sword and Shield, allowing players to head to The Isle of Armor to experience a new adventure, catch more Pokémon and use new game systems to create the best team of monsters possible. But – there is a small problem with the Passport: […]

Pokémon Sword and Shield expansion Isle of Armor will be released June 17

Soon the adventure in Galar can continue! Recently, The Pokémon Company announced the release of the first add-on Pokémon Sword respective Pokémon Shield, by name The Isle of Armor, is already released 17th of June. As part of Pokémon Sword Expansion Pass and Pokémon Shield Expansion Pass (that’s right, it’s one Pass per game, something […]