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SkyScrappers for Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is a great platform for indie titles old and new. SkyScrappers originally landed on Steam and consoles back in 2015 but now it makes a return and this time, it's the turn of the Switch to offer another platform for this fast paced fighting game to make its return. SkyScrappers is a vertical… Continue reading SkyScrappers for Nintendo Switch

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Windjamming onto the Switch

Some of the slightly older generation of gamers among you (namely those around my age) might remember a NeoGeo classic by the name of Windjammers. Originally made by Data East in 1994, honestly it's not one that I actually remember, but that is probably because I never had a NeoGeo, nor played in arcades in… Continue reading Windjamming onto the Switch

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Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn

Can a game break the stigma that surrounds it? I know a lot of people, mostly from the fighting game community, who got very excited when it was announced that there would be a new Shaq Fu game coming out on modern platforms. But many review platforms haven’t given the latest offering in the Shaq… Continue reading Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn

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Bomb Chicken

It's not every day you receive communications which mention the words 'chicken' and 'bomb' in the same sentence but when you do, you most certainly prick your ears up. So imagine being a chicken in a fast food manufacturing plant called the BFC when you lay bombs instead of eggs as a means of trying… Continue reading Bomb Chicken

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E3 2018: Nintendo Direct

Nintendo was the last “big” press conference of 2018’s E3, and after the ups and downs of the other press conferences, a lot of people were interested to see what they were going to be showing off. Hopefully my hastily scribbled notes cover most of what was covered. While some people complained about slow pacing… Continue reading E3 2018: Nintendo Direct