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  1. There's a huge summer sale on the Switch eShop this week, everything from first-party titles to third-party to indies (the "up to 50%" only applies to Nintendo published games, some indies are super cheap right now). Genuinely too many for me to even list the best deals, so be sure to check out the full list here: https://www.nintendo.com/games/sales-and-deals/ And check up on your eShop wishlist if you keep one; seems like at least half of the games on my wishlist are on sale so I'm definitely going to jump on a couple of 'em.
  2. Here is the link for 2-step verification when signing into your Nintendo account. https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/27496 It's pretty straight forward, all you need to complete it is a smartphone and the Authy 2-factor Authentication. I had trouble typing the code manually so when setting up the code like the the Google Authenticator scan the QR code and Authy will accept that code and new code will be provided, along with back-up ones as well. This app will be the 2nd step in signing into your Nintendo account when you are on
  3. In an alternate reality where arcades are a common feature instead of an increasingly rare piece of 80s nostalgia, one sleepy arcade's fortunes may soon take a turn for the better. Arcade Spirits is a visual novel, a game with minimal gameplay input but an emphasis on storytelling as you follow the protagonist's journey and mold their personality. The player base this game will appeal to is decidedly niche, but fans of the genre can expect a cute if somewhat plain story. You play as a recently unemployed and rather depressed adult who, thanks to the prompting of a roommate, lands a j
  4. The idea of combining Picross puzzles with another gameplay genre seems so obvious now that I'm surprised there aren't more examples of it. Organizing the satisfying repetition of solving nonogram puzzles into a 2D exploration adventure adds a nice touch of personality and pizazz to the experience, and in the case of Piczle Cross Adventure from developer Score Studios and publisher Plug In Digital, a good deal of humor as well. Make no mistake though, this is still first and foremost a puzzle game, and a perfect one for fans of Picross. Piczle Cross Adventure stars Score-chan and her
  5. It would probably surprise most Western gamers to learn just how expansive and long-lived the Kunio-Kun series is—it certainly surprised me. Over thirty years of history and dozens upon dozens of games—though, granted, most being Japan-only releases—makes it a legacy series in the world of video games, despite limited acclaim outside of Japan. A new game developed by one of the biggest names in indie game development might help spread the word, though. River City Girls from developer WayForward takes the classic side-scrolling beat 'em up gameplay of the River City Ransom games and gives it a
  6. In the game's opening scene, the protagonist learns that he is, emphatically, not the hero. But just because he can't swing a sword doesn't mean he can't go on a globe-trotting adventure to save the world. Wandersong puts you not in the role of a dashing swordsman, but a humble and almost ridiculously friendly bard, whose gift of song may be the key to saving everything and everyone. Not surprisingly this makes for an utterly charming adventure, one with simple but fun side-scrolling puzzle platforming and a lot of heart. As you might expect for a game about helping people through th
  7. I really hadn't intended to play and write a review about a game set during the Spanish flu epidemic of 1918 while we're all facing another deadly virus pandemic, but, well, here we are. Vampyr takes an unconventional approach to vampire mythos, framing it not around the allure of immortal power (or around glittering teenagers) but around temptation and morality in the midst of a crisis. It's a breath of fresh air for a vampire story, but trying to balance a morality narrative with vampire-powered combat results in a clumsy action/adventure game. You play as Jonathan Reid, a doctor w
  8. The "kusoge" game, Hoshi wo Miru Hito (translated as "People Who Watches Stars" or "Stargazer"), is coming to Switch. I don't know what made City Connection decide to port this buggy and confusing title. But it is getting a release in Japan this summer, and they might also be planning on a western release as well, so we all can experience this. Not sure if they are going to fix a lot of the problems this game has for this port, but I hope they'll have an original "unpatched" mode if they do. What are some of the problems? The first town is invisible, you cannot beat the most basic of enemies a
  9. Just last year fans of the Mana series finally had the chance to experience an official release of Seiken Densetsu 3, now dubbed Trials of Mana. The port included in the Collection of Mana preserved the original SNES experience, but now this fully 3D remake provides a new dimension of action-RPG gameplay. This remake provides more than a mere facelift, but rest assured the spirit of the original game is preserved, even if some features have been left behind. Possibly the most unique aspect of Trials of Mana happens right as you boot up the game. You're able to choose which three char
  10. What are your thoughts and feelings on Luigi's Mansion 3? I can't wait to play once I am off work. I enjoyed Dark Moon, but the first game was probably the fastest returned game ever.
  11. The Super Monkey Ball series has always seemed to have trouble matching the heights of its first two entries on the GameCube. Maybe the oddball gaming environment of the early 2000s was just the ideal place for a game concept as strange and endearing as this, but later entries in the franchise never seemed to roll as smoothly. That was also the case for Banana Blitz, originally a launch title for the Wii, and sadly the same seems to hold true for this remake. Super Monkey Ball: Banana Blitz HD trades motion controls for a standard controller, but it's not enough to make the gameplay more engag
  12. Time travel mechanics, Metroidvania gameplay, pixel art design—nothing that hasn't been seen in games before, but put them together and you get Timespinner, an engaging adventure game that draws many of the best ideas from its influences into one entertaining package. At the same time the game's most unique features ultimately feel a bit drab, but there's no denying the appeal of a solid Metroidvania adventure. You play as Lunais, a young woman trained to be a Time Messenger—a person who, as a sort of emergency resort, will travel through time to the past in order to warn her people
  13. Switch firmware 10.0.0 is now available... 🔗https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/22525/kw/system updates/p/989
  14. Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout, the latest in the long-running Atelier series, follows the franchise's formula of crafting and creation, combined with some RPG mechanics. As someone new to the series I didn't quite know what I was getting myself into with this game, though some people more familiar with the franchise describe Atelier Ryza as being a more accessible entry point. Maybe that's true, but for a newcomer the experience was fairly overwhelming at first and yet underwhelming in the end. You play as Ryza, a restless girl who dreams of going on adventures
  15. Developer Level-5 continues their penchant for unusual, wacky RPGs with Snack World: The Dungeon Crawl - Gold, a dungeon exploration RPG in a world packed with food puns. Either solo or in multiplayer you'll run through randomly generated dungeons in search of treasure, defeat monsters, collect crafting materials, create new equipment, and do it all over again. Snack World's simple, cyclical nature makes it a decent game to zone out with, but its shallow combat and exploration leave a lot to be desired. In the Kingdom of Tutti-Frutti, your customizable character is found injured and
  16. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch Good Job! – As the clumsy child of a CEO, you must climb the corporate ladder, one wacky puzzle at a time. Complete tasks in multiple ways as you experiment with interactive environments – a projector can be wheeled gently through an electric door … unless, of course, you want to catapult it through a wall. You may knock over a priceless item or two in the process, but as long as you get the job done, you’re one step closer to reaching the executive suite! Solve challenging puz
  17. Well this came out of nowhere didn't it? I'm actually still watching it right now! Press release:
  18. Step into the world of a pulp adventure novel with Curious Expedition from developer Maschinen-Mensch and publisher Thunderful Games, where you'll travel to distant lands, discover ancient ruins, hunt exotic game, and run afoul of mystic curses. With procedurally generated maps and a wide variety of characters to play as, there's nigh endless replay potential as you struggle to survive and make a name for yourself in dangerous climates. As with many roguelikes there's a punishing learning curve to overcome, but soon enough the call of adventure will keep you enthralled. According to
  19. It's a story we've seen a thousand times: you're chilling at home scrolling through your social media feed when some alien lady bursts through your wall and kidnaps your cat, which leaves you no other option but to fight your way through her robot army to rescue your precious pet. That old tale. Insane premise aside, Super Crush KO leverages all of the experience that developer Vertex Pop gathered from Graceful Explosion Machine to create another delightfully engaging score-chasing action game. There's not a lot of storytelling happening in Super Crush KO—my summary up above pretty m
  20. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4– ONE PIECE: PIRATE WARRIORS 4 is the latest evolution of PIRATE WARRIORS action! Choose from a range of popular characters and take on large numbers of enemies while fighting through the legendary world of ONE PIECE. Based on the concept of “experiencing a real ONE PIECE battlefield,” buildings will come crashing down during the action and attacks will throw up smoke and dust, placing you in the thick of the ONE PIECE world. By injecting fresh eleme
  21. Who says work has to be the same ol' same ol' boring stuff every day? It helps to put a little pep and verve into the process, and for Felix the Reaper that means dancing and shimmying his way through the mortal realm, sowing death one person at a time. Part black comedy, part puzzle game, and part love story, Felix the Reaper is a curious collection of seemingly incongruous elements. If every piece of the puzzle fit perfectly it might have been a sleeper hit for the Switch, but the final product actually leaves much to be desired. Felix is a hard-working reaper with the Ministry of
  22. This week’s Nintendo Download includes the following featured content: Nintendo eShop on Nintendo Switch Animal Crossing: New Horizons– Escape to a deserted island and create your own paradise as you explore, create and customize in the Animal Crossing: New Horizons game. Your island getaway has a wealth of natural resources that can be used to craft everything from tools to creature comforts. You can hunt down insects at the crack of dawn, decorate your paradise throughout the day or enjoy sunset on the beach while fishing in the ocean. The time of day and season match real life,
  23. At this point it feels like it'd be faster to count the number of Wii U games that haven't been ported to the Switch, though to be fair, few deserve a second chance in the spotlight as much as Tokyo Mirage Sessions ♯FE. This Encore performance adds a few new features—as well as including the DLC released for the original game—but just giving Switch owners a chance to experience the engaging RPG mechanics of the game is treat enough. TMS♯FE takes place in modern day Tokyo and the story revolves around the idol industry of teenagers becoming pop star singers and actors. However, the ci
  24. Back when the original Crash Bandicoot game released in 1996 for the PlayStation, it was at a unique nexus point. The 90s were rife with platformers, but with the PlayStation/Nintendo 64 generation came the advent of 3D visuals and gameplay, and games like Super Mario 64 and Crash Bandicoot represented the bridge between one of the classic gameplay genres and a new dimension of gaming. But while Super Mario 64 set the standard for a lot of 3D platforming mechanics and remains a pretty solid entry in the Mario series, time hasn't been quite so kind to the early Crash Bandicoot games. Although a
  25. There was a twelve year gap until we saw a sequel to the offbeat GameCube launch title that put Luigi in the hero's seat instead of his brother, and now it's only taken six years to get a third installment. Hopefully that means another entry will be released even faster, because Luigi's Mansion 3 is another charming adventure of ghost-bustin' and puzzle-solvin' with our favorite green-clad plumber. A few new features put a fresh spin on Luigi's frightful expedition, though some minor issues have a way of draining some of the life out of the adventure. As the game begins, Luigi and fr
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