News - May, 2018

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  • News Nintendo Has No Plans To Bring Dockless Switch Bundle To The West

    It's exclusive to Japan for now

    Nintendo wants every house to have more than one Switch console, and fulfilling that ambition involves new SKUs - the first of which has just released in Japan. This new pack is aimed at homes which already have a Switch, as it comes without the all-important dock. This strategy makes perfect sense, but it would seem...

  • News Suda51 GameCube Title killer7 To Be Remastered

    Coming to Steam this fall

    Originally published by Capcom for Nintendo GameCube and PlayStation 2, killer7 was a visually striking action-adventure developed by Suda51's Grasshopper Manufacture. Rumoured for quite a while, but after 13 years NIS America have now announced that a remaster is underway and will be heading to Steam later this...

  • News Wulverblade Developer Highlights Success On Switch

    Defend the North

    Ever since the launch of Nintendo Switch there has been an influx of releases into the Nintendo eShop. It's appeal is obvious, a growing, dedicated user base hungry for games that can be played both on the move and in your living room. Now, both PlayStation and Xbox have had success in the past with the "indie" market, but...

  • News Exploring Ubisoft's Unreleased Wii U Game, Know Your Friends

    With Game History Secrets

    Ubisoft were big supporters of Nintendo during the Wii era which continued during the launch window for Wii U, however after sales of the system quickly dropped away the relationship between the two companies also cooled. This was further demonstrated by an infamous situation where Ubisoft had a completed, ready for...

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    Review KORG Gadget

    KORG blimey

    While Nintendo Labo continues to fascinate and confuse via the medium of cardboard, another very different creative suite has made its way to the hybrid halls of Switch. A digital audio workstation (or DAW as it’s known to its friends), KORG Gadget offers a robust piece of music making software that’s been fine-tuned to fit the...

Sunday6th May 2018

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    Review Bouncy Bob

    Weebles wobble but Bouncy Bob trips and falls

    There’s something to be said about the simple things in life. Every now and then, the uncomplicated and downright straightforward is greeted with open arms - especially when it comes to video games. As gamers, a lot of us have grown accustomed to memorising finicky controls that, when a title has...

Saturday5th May 2018

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    Review Saturday Morning RPG

    Role player one

    The whole point of a role-playing game is, quite obviously, to play a role. To pretend to be someone - or something - else. It's a mystery, then, why so many RPGs ask you to play minor variations on the same part. There are only so many times you can put yourself in the shoes of an amnesiac swordsman, adopted prodigy or mysterious...

  • Talking Point What Are You Playing This Weekend?

    These are our picks, but what are yours?

    The weekend is here, so we've got a lovely Talking Point to get that much-needed break going. Team Nintendo Life has plenty of titles on its collective 'to-do' list, with everything from sports sims and paint-addled shooters to music creation suites and vibrant RPGs. We're an eclectic bunch. Be sure to leave...

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