I'll preface this with the knowledge that almost everyone knows of Skyrim and many have played it already. Although the game came out 9 years ago it still has a lot of playability today. Whether you're just trying to find areas that you've never explored or creating a whole new build opposite or what you normally play. You can approach the game in so many different ways that it is tough to make two play throughs the same.
I am playing this playthrough of skyrim on the Nintendo Switch. Being able to play the game handheld adds a whole new element to my playstyle that I haven’t had the chance to deal with before. The insane amount of items that you can pick up and go through is ridiculously time consuming but being able to go through everything while watching a movie makes it even more enjoyable. Especially with my inability to just leave things behind that could be worth something.
On top of that bonus when playing handheld the Switch also offers the Amiibo special features. Scanning a “The Legend of Zelda” Amiibo drops a chest into the world that could contain the Hylain Shield, the Champion Tunic or the Master Sword! Getting these items early game are a little overpowered but not crazily so. They are just more of a cool thing to have than anything else.
If you’re looking for something to get into just to kill tons of time this is the fame for you. Whether you’ve played it in the past or not, picking it up to play on the Switch is worth the money and it is definitely something I know I will find myself going back to again and again.
Beyond all that there the game is still extremely captivating. Aside from how great the normal storyline is there are hours upon hours of side quests that you can complete. For example I started turning into a vampire this time, something that has never happened in the past.
All in all this game has shown to me that it once again stands the test of time.
Skyrim holds up to the test of time. With the ability to play the game handheld on the Nintendo Switch it adds a whole new element to how much time you can put into the game. Coupled with Amiibo abilities it is definitely a game worth having in your collection.
Genshin Impact: Gacha gaming that’s… good? I often find myself not knowing quite how to feel about mobile games. While capable of providing cheap thrills and alleviating temporary boredom, they generally don’t possess the sort of staying power more robust console and PC titles do.
Has gaming lost its magic? Are you unable to find a game worth your time? Do you scroll endlessly through your library and waste time watching trailers - but nothing engages you? You might have Gamer's Block! Don't worry though, there's hope for you yet.
The game is a blast to play. I am not one who tends to play these competitive first person shooters but I'm starting to think maybe I should be spending more time playing them. I did get better over the course of playing but still got obliterated each round. Some of that was due to glitching in the game but generally it was just me.
I don't play a lot of competitive first person shooters. Call of Duty specifically I haven't played since high school. That made getting Beta access to Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War a little nerve wracking. I figured that I should record my first attempt at playing this game so that you can what it's all about
Most games that I remember from years past are the classics known for their great gameplay. I can confidently say that's not the case for this game. The crazy nature of this game, from animation to concept, is definitely what has kept it in my mind all these years.
I bet there is a number of you out there who are going "Finally a third Pikmin!" Well sorry to burst your bubble but the game has actually been out for a long while. Whether you've never played the third game or just haven't touched it in a while the free demo in the Nintendo Store is worth the download!
The game reminds me of a classic arcade side scroller game but with an upgraded 3D depth to the scenery. Flying in a plane (that can also fly underwater?) while shooting the things that come onto the screen to stay alive and hopefully upgrade as you go!
While we are awaiting the sequel in the much beloved “Breath of the Wild” series Nintendo surprised us with a prequel! Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity lets you play through the war in the years previous to the adventure we’ve come to love. Get through Hyrule as any of the previous heroes!
Nintendo has adamantly stated that the DS would not be brought to an end because of the Switch. This was hard to believe as the Nintendo Switch is very similar to the DS consoles. Staying true to their word for much longer than anticipated their latest update may bring an end to the DS.
In Control, you take on the character of Jesse Faden, a no-nonsense redhead out to discover the whereabouts of her missing brother. She tracks a lead, or rather her intuition leads her outside the doors of a semi-secret government organization known as the Federal Bureau of Control.
As I played through Horizon Zero Dawn, Guerilla Games first foray into the action rpg genre, I found myself struck with that same slack-jawed wonder that transpired in my youth when I explored the likes of Hyrule, Reach, the Mass Effect universe. A series of unrelenting moments so perfectly crafted
Looking for a game that you can play with friends? Maybe you're just interested in learning some classic games from around the world? It never hurts to have some games on your console that you can play when you have people over and Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics gives you that in abundance!
Haven announces its self straight out of the gate as a unique, vibrant story with powerful characters and a game world that begs to be explored. It has a lot to say in such a short demo. This is our review.
One of the classic games of my youth, Spore. I find about once a year I get the urge to stay up the game again and work my way through the evolutionary track and try to fight my way to the center of the universe. If you've never heard of the game you might want to look into it.
With Paper Mario:The Origami King coming out right away it might be worth a refresher of all the games that have already come out in the series. Whether you've been religiously following the series or, like myself, missed the last couple give yourself a refresher on the paper peoples past!
Anyone who grew up with an N64 will remember rolling around trying to get the best pictures of Pokemon. Whether you loved the game or hated it (which I can't imagine) there is a brand new version coming to us! Get your camera ready to get rolling on another adventure!
Want a game where you can immerse yourself in nature and fight against humanity? Well this probably isn't that but you can bring humanity down a notch by snapping them out of the water with your crazy teeth filled maw. Even the golfers aren't safe from your hunger!