News - March, 2018

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  • News Psyonix Reveals Details Of The New Graphics Update For Rocket League

    What a save!

    A couple months ago, Psyonix made it clear that it would be releasing a patch for Rocket League on the Switch in the future which would be adding in new video options to give fans greater controls over the fidelity of the experience. The update is due to launch on 3rd April next week, so the studio has chosen to detail what all will be...

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    Review Tesla Vs Lovecraft

    The Fall Of Cthulhu

    Whether it's Holmes outwitting Moriarty or Danger Mouse defeating Baron Von Greenback, most of us have had an adversary or two during our lives. 10tons latest release on Nintendo Switch pits two pioneers of their respective fields against each other in a conflict of literature vs science and pen vs sword in their bizarre,...

  • Feature A Tour Of Game Bar A Button, Tokyo's Treasure Trove Of Gaming Kitch

    A tiny museum of Nintendo and nostalgia, hidden out of sight

    Discovering Tokyo's secrets relies on a mixture of research, recommendations, and - should you have the time - luck. What is important to note is that Tokyo simply can not be digested as one giant whole. The greater area is home to some 33 million people, with 12 million of those in the...

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    Review Arcade Archives Star Force

    A shooter from older and tougher times

    Released in 1984, Star Force sticks you in control of a space ship as you go through levels blasting a variety of enemy types. Yes, it’s yet another retro shmup on Switch, this time set across 25 levels and offering quite a stripped down shooting experience. In Arcade Archives Star Force your ship (the Final...

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  • Guide Pokémon GO Pokédex: #351 - 400

    Gotta catch 'em all

    Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and there are a lot of them. Right now, Gen 1, 2, and most of 3 are available in the game, which should keep you very busy until the rest make it. To help you catch them all, we've put together a complete list of Pokémon by Gen, but split them up into lists of 50 to...

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  • Guide Pokémon GO Pokédex: #251 - 300

    Gotta catch 'em all

    Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and there are a lot of them. Right now, Gen 1, 2, and most of 3 are available in the game, which should keep you very busy until the rest make it. To help you catch them all, we've put together a complete list of Pokémon by Gen, but split them up into lists of 50 to help...

  • Guide Pokémon GO Pokédex: #301 - 350

    Gotta catch 'em all

    Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and there are a lot of them. Right now, Gen 1, 2, and most of 3 are available in the game, which should keep you very busy until the rest make it. To help you catch them all, we've put together a complete list of Pokémon by Gen, but split them up into lists of 50 to help...

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  • Guide Pokémon GO Pokédex: #101 - 150

    Gotta catch 'em all

    Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and there are a lot of them. Right now, Gen 1, 2, and most of 3 are available in the game, which should keep you very busy until the rest make it. To help you catch them all, we've put together a complete list of Pokémon by Gen, but split them up into lists of 50 to help...

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  • Guide Pokémon GO Pokédex: #201 - 250

    Gotta catch 'em all

    Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and there are a lot of them. Right now, Gen 1, 2, and most of 3 are available in the game, which should keep you very busy until the rest make it. To help you catch them all, we've put together a complete list of Pokémon by Gen, but split them up into lists of 50 to help...

  • Guide Pokémon GO Pokédex: #1 - 50

    Gotta catch 'em all

    Pokémon GO is all about catching Pokémon, and there are a lot of them. Right now, Gen 1, 2, and most of 3 are available in the game, which should keep you very busy until the rest make it. To help you catch them all, we've put together a complete list of Pokémon by Gen, but split them up into lists of 50 to help...

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  • Talking Point What Games Are You Playing This Weekend?

    These are our picks, but what are yours?

    It's a packed session this week as a veritable stampede of writers on Nintendo Life share their chosen gaming goals for the weekend. As you might imagine, there's a lot of Splatoon 2 to be had over the next couple of days, but there's also a handful of unexpected entries, a few predictable entries and even a...

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    Review Guilt Battle Arena

    Fast and furious

    Guilt Battle Arena blurs the line between easy-to-play party games and Super Smash Bros.-style arena fighters, throwing you and up to three friends into a frantic, fast-paced fight to the death with a very basic set of controls. It’s all fun and games on the surface with an endearing sense of humour visible from the off, but is it...

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  • News Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers Will Roll Onto Nintendo 3DS This May

    They see me rollin'

    Yesterday's surprise Nintendo Direct uncovered a pleasing amount of new games, as well as some great new content for those we already know and love. One new title, at least for western audiences, is Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers. Previously announced for Japan, Dillon's Dead-Heat Breakers sees action meet tower-defence, as Dillon...

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    Review Packet Queen #

    A royal flush, or just a joker?

    Described as a ‘competitive-type active solitaire game’, Packet Queen # is essentially a puzzle game that is trying to be a little different to your average brainteaser title. Mixing the ideas of single-player puzzle action with a Poker-inspired points system, the game certainly feels unique when looking purely at...

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  • Talking Point Nintendo Life's Favourite Games From Switch's First Year

    Here are the games we loved the most on Switch

    This weekend, Nintendo Switch will blow out the candles on its very first birthday cake, marking 12 months of incredible sales, a mainstream takeover and a raft of third-party support. It's been a dream scenario for Nintendo, placing the publisher firmly back in the pantheon of modern gaming, and it has...

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    Review Super Toy Cars

    Tabletop chaos

    Everybody loves a bit of Micro Machines, right? Driving toy cars around the most ordinary bits of scenery you can imagine is strangely fun; many kids can happily drive their parents round the bend by whizzing little plastic vehicles up and down the walls, and a whole host of video games have tried to replicate the very idea over the...

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    Review Outlast: Bundle Of Terror

    Hide and eek

    As shock Switch releases go, Outlast: Bundle Of Terror didn't so much sneak up on us as jump out at us with a knife. Not that we're complaining about this surprise attack. When it comes to horror games, Switch owners have had to take the rough (Hollow) with the smooth (Resident Evil Revelations).   Thankfully, Outlast joins...

  • Feature Nintendo Switch Year One: A Review

    As Switch turns one, we look back at an incredible year

    The Nintendo Switch, eh? Inaugural years don’t come much better than this. Not since the debut year of PlayStation 4 has a modern console enjoyed such a meteoric rise on all fronts. Ever increasing sales; exclusives that are both critical and commercial successes; the new wave of...

  • News HAMSTER Drops Next Batch Of ACA Neo Geo Titles (And The Mic)

    SNK: The future is the past

    Warning: Spoilers ahead! If you want to be surprised every week with upcoming Arcade Archives Neo Geo titles you should click onto the next article. If you're okay to living a life without weekly eShop surprises, read on. Coinciding with Nintendo Switch's very first anniversary, HAMSTER has revealed the upcoming ACA Neo...

  • News Switch Programming Glitch Is Forgetting Your Game Playtimes

    Song of Time not solving the issue

    You will be in for quite a shock if you happen to go revisit your memories of the first year of Nintendo Switch by taking a look at your profile, because you'll likely find your total amount of play time on The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild is now a lovely round zero. These widespread reports have...

  • Video Every Single Switch Game Released in Year One

    No game left behind

    The Switch, as it stands, is an unmitigated success both commercially and critically. Developers are flocking to release their games on the system as soon as they can, but just how many games have been released in the first year of this console's life? Short answer, 404 in Western territories. That's over 100 more than the...

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