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  1. Special thanks to ArmoredFrog for the banner! Hello once again, Ninfora members! This is Lt. Surge, host of the widely popular and retired Mario Kart 7 and Mario Kart Wii game nights! Every Thursday night, I am willing to host a night of Mario Kart 8 Deluxe! All the craziness of the new eighth installment of Mario Kart in what I am hoping to be a successful night of fun, laughter, and nail-biting races! Joining is pretty straight forward: RSVP your spot by indicating your interest in participating and use our tourney code to enter the weekly tournament! Also, the
  2. New Pokemon Snap Gallery Thread A place for players to share their photos and galleries for the new Pokemon Snap Game.
  3. Update: Lawsuit officially filed. https://ninfora.com/forums/index.php?/topic/3325-switch-joy-con-drift-class-action-lawsuit... If you don't know about this whole deal with the Switch Joy-Con drift, watch the video in the spoiler bellow first. Luckily I haven't experienced this, yet. Though, I know there are a lot that have. I really hope this goes somewhere, because this is a major design flaw and Nintendo hasn't said a world. Joy-Con aren't cheap, ya' know ...Even for a single one. If you haven't experienced this yet, you will eventually.
  4. Available October 8th | https://metroid.nintendo.com/ Join intergalactic bounty hunter Samus Aran in her first new 2D Metroid™ story in 19 years Samus’ story continues after the events of the Metroid™ Fusion game when she descends upon planet ZDR to investigate a mysterious transmission sent to the Galactic Federation. The remote planet has become overrun by vicious alien lifeforms and chilling mechanical menaces. Samus is more agile and capable than ever, but can she overcome the inhuman threat stalking the depths of ZDR?
  5. The constant stream of remaking/remastering classic games has now reached all the way back to 1986's Alex Kidd in Miracle World, originally released on the Sega Master System. Alex Kidd was essentially Sega's platformer star for a good few years before Sonic the Hedgehog took that crown, and Miracle World was the game that started it all. Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX recreates the original experience with HD graphics and reimagined music, but the slippery, bland gameplay feels straight out of the 80s. Like most 80s games there's only a basic story to Miracle World DX, but the gist i
  6. Is there a better time capsule for the early 2000s than a video game about skateboarding? Best of all, that game is good. Really good. There's a reason the Tony Hawk's Pro Skater franchise spawned such a run of sequels, and it's because it came out of the gate with two fantastic games that found a perfect balance of simplicity and challenge in a stylish package. 20 years later, developer Vicarious Visions has lovingly remade that experience with Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1+2, which is just as sharp, fun, and addictive as it ever was. If you never played the Tony Hawk games back in the d
  7. Site: https://tetris99.nintendo.com/ Price: Free for Nintendo Switch Online Members (Exclusive) The free to download online software, Tetris® 99, is available as a special offer for Nintendo Switch Online members. In large-scale, 99-player battles, it'll take speed, skill, and strategy to knock out the competition and become the last player standing. You can target opponents by sending them Garbage Blocks, but be careful…your rivals can target you back! Defeat opponents to acquire KO badges that may give you the advantage on future attacks. Survive t
  8. You know you have something special on your hands when you're playing a game and thinking "I have no idea what is going on here but I must continue playing." Everhood defies explanation—I'm not even sure how best to categorize it in terms of genres—but it crafts an amazingly bizarre and compelling experience. Most importantly, it's not just weird for the sake of being weird. There's a lot of care and charm put into making Everhood as strange and engaging as it is. You play as Red, a wooden doll dressed all in—you guessed it—red. One of your arms is stolen by a blue gnome
  9. Mario and friends return to the links once again with a handful of new gameplay modes in Mario Golf: Super Rush. Sometimes it feels like Mario sports games are released constantly, but it's actually been seven years since the last golf game, and 18 years since the last console Mario Golf game. Has all of that time between entries led to a massive overhaul of the gameplay structure with innovative new features? Well, no, not really. Super Rush does contain a story adventure mode where you play as a Mii character who joins a golf club in the Mushroom Kingdom. There is an RPG-like progr
  10. Part visual novel, part action/platformer and, frankly, entirely bizarre, World's End Club takes players on a supernatural journey with a group of elementary school students. Originally released on Apple Arcade, the game is now available on the Switch with additional content. An extended ending doesn't change much about the game's tedious writing or gameplay flaws, though. You play as Reycho, a member of the Go-Getters Club. The group of students is on a school trip when disaster strikes their bus and they're all knocked out. When they wake up, they're in an abandoned amusement park
  11. I'm not sure what it is that makes speeding through an obstacle course as quickly as you can so much fun, but I'm glad to have another excellent example of the concept on the Switch. Cyber Hook, from developer Blazing Stick and publisher Graffiti Games, challenges players with 3D platforming/parkour in minimalist environments where all you need to focus on is how to perfectly time your momentum to reach the goal. If you're feeling the need for speed, Cyber Hook fits the bill perfectly. Surprisingly Cyber Hook does have a bit of a story. You're trapped in cyberspace and a friendly pro
  12. I've seen this question making the rounds on the net for a few days. Tho, I think this opinion is minor, most who play Metroid titles are going to get this game no mater what. Where you stand with the $60 price of this game? ($79.99 up here in Canada)
  13. Kaze and the Wild Masks takes such direct inspiration from 90s platformers that if I didn't know better I would have thought this was a rerelease of a forgotten 15+ year old game. Kaze wears its love for the genre on its sleeve, hitting all of the familiar beats of a 2D side-scrolling platformer and recreating that vibe perfectly. Throughout all of that though, the game could have taken a bit more time to come up with some new ideas as well. You play as Kaze, an anthropomorphic rabbit who, after finding a mysterious ring, must rescue her friend Hogo's trapped spirit and stop the chao
  14. ...and also to PS4, 5, and PC. But not to XBox. Discuss.
  15. An unusual photography-themed spin-off of an incredibly popular game franchise is made and just a short 22 years later, it gets a sequel. Based on the gameplay mechanics of this new Switch game though, you'd never think two decades have passed. New Pokémon Snap is very much a love letter to fans of the first game, one that largely transports the same experience of the N64 game into a modern console with just a handful of new features. Pokémon shutterbugs probably wouldn't ask for anything more, though. New Pokémon Snap takes place in the Lental region. You play as a child—as always—r
  16. The Wonder Boy/Monster World franchise continues to see some love after the remake of The Dragon's Trap as well as the brand new entry Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom released in the past few years. Somewhat confusingly, those two games were handled by different developers, and now this remake comes from yet another. Wonder Boy: Asha in Monster World is a remake of Monster World IV, originally released on the Sega Mega Drive (or Genesis) in Japan. It was a Japanese exclusive for several years before getting a port in 2012, and now gamers can experience a remastered version with updated grap
  17. The Metroidvania genre is well-trod territory at this point, but what happens when you throw a procedurally-generated world map into the mix? Turns out it's still largely Metroidvania. Chasm puts a unique spin on the genre with randomly generated maps while retaining all of the gameplay staples that define Metroidvania: an interconnected map that gradually expands as you gain upgrades, classic side-scrolling gameplay mechanics, and an engaging combat system. Chasm mostly hits the mark for a solid Metroidvania game, it just doesn't go far beyond those familiar beats. You play as a rec
  18. It's a classic fairytale formula: kids go into a forest, but there's more lurking among the trees than meets the eye. Röki draws upon Scandinavian folklore to tell the story of a young girl's quest to rescue her brother after he's abducted by a mysterious forest monster. With point-and-click adventure mechanics, you'll explore the forest, get help from the local magical creatures, and potentially settle a long held feud. Röki doesn't bring anything particularly new to the table for this style of adventure games, but what it does bring is a lot of heart. You play as Tove whose brother
  19. Video games that draw heavily from the world of cartoon animation are nothing new—we could go all the way back to 1983's Dragon's Lair to see how early games and cartoons collided—but you still don't see a game embrace the look and feel of animation as wholeheartedly as Forgotton Anne. With a story that feels right out of a storybook, this game practically puts you in an interactive anime film in a beautiful way. The gameplay, however, could use a bit more depth. The story takes place in a world of forgotten things. Odd socks and misplaced items find their way to the Forgotten Lands,
  20. Forget dealing with weapons, power-ups, or even a run button—sometimes all a game needs is an assortment of hazards to jump over. Aerial_Knight's Never Yield, from one-person developer Aerial_Knight and publisher Headup Games, is a runner and, like most other games in the genre, strips out any fancy platformer mechanics to get at the pure and simple challenge of dodging one obstacle after another. Undeniably stylish, the game finds its footing at the highest difficulty level, when every action requires sharp reflexes. You play as Wally, a mysterious character that bursts out of a str
  21. For all of the games with mythological influences, there aren't many that draw upon Hindu mythology. Raji: An Ancient Epic helps change that though. Developed by Nodding Heads Games in India, Raji takes inspiration from Hindu and Balinese history to tell the story of gods, demons, and one girl's quest to rescue her little brother. There's a solid foundation for an adventure game here, though many of the gameplay elements could use more polish. A thousand years ago, the gods defeated the demons in a great war. Time has done nothing to temper the demons' ire though, and they have once
  22. Disney and LucasFilm Games are bringing Zombies Ate My Neighbors and Ghoul Patrol as a pair to the Switch eShop on June 29th! The games will include the following additional features: Save Feature: Quickly save your progress in either game and continue your adventure wherever and whenever you want Museum Features: Watch a video interview with one of the original Zombies’ developers or explore numerous galleries containing game art, previously unreleased concept images and marketing assets Soundtrack: Listen to the entire soundtrack for both games in the included
  23. Rhythmic gameplay, colorful and cartoonish graphics, and one rat's mad quest for revenge—Mad Rat Dead is definitely a singular type of game. It's also the type of game that can be fiendishly addictive if you're easily pulled in by rhythm-platformers, though some of the game's trickier sections and flaws might deter more casual players. A lab rat killed in an experiment is visited by the Rat God and given a second chance to relive his last day on Earth, but all the rat can think about is killing the scientist that experimented on him. Mad Rat discovers he can hear and speak to his own
  24. One part noir adventure, one part jazz performance, one part study of the physics of the universe's origin—you know what, no, there's really no easy way to sum up Genesis Noir, and that's part of what makes it such a beautifully compelling game. From its stunning black and white aesthetic to its narrative and gameplay structure that staunchly refuse to limit themselves to any one methodology, Genesis Noir is a game that 100% embraces its own style and allows players to get swept up in its vibe. It's a wonderful artistic undertaking, which makes it all the more disappointing that it's a technic
  25. Felt like this deserved its own thread. Some cool looking stuff shown off in today's presentation. I'm digging Aztech, Skul seems pretty interesting, Never Yield looks cool, I've never actually played Fez so I'll give that a try sometime now, and The Longing sounds like a wild concept—but definitely intriguing. More than anything though I'm excited that Cris Tales has a release date, I've been looking forward to that one for a while now. Full press release:
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