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The Kingdom Hearts of Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei
What started out originally as a strategy RPG crossover of the Fire Emblem and Shin Megami Tensei series ended up taking quite a dramatic twist early in development and ended up forging a more unique identity in the form of Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, a Persona-style turn-based RPG that has it
Move over tilt controls
Racing games can be great fun, but you know what can make them even better? Playing them with a replica steering wheel (and no, not the ones you sink your Wii Remote or Joy-Con into.) Just ask anyone who’s been to an arcade and played something like Mario Kart Arcade GP DX, Crazy Taxi or one of the many Cruis’n games...
Cut the cord
Anyone who's ever crammed around a TV with a Nintendo 64, GoldenEye 007 and a few friends will know the struggles that the short cord on the N64's controller caused. Few companies have tried to remedy this in the past with controller extensions – and controllers that just don't hit the mark – but no one has really succeeded...
How does the fox play?
Lucky's Tale has had quite an interesting journey over the years. First appearing on Oculus, then moving to the Xbox One and now finding his new home on Nintendo Switch. It's like a match made in heaven for the little platforming fox as developers, Playful, aren't just porting over an old version; they're completely...
Not just for Daemon X Machina
The Switch’s Joy-Con controllers are incredible pieces of hardware. Packing a Gyro Sensor, NFC Reader, HD Rumble, IR Camera and a battery into such a tiny device – while keeping portability in mind – couldn’t have been an easy feat. However, some find the Switch’s Joy-Con a little too small and cramped for...
Mega Drive me to the store
Miniaturized consoles are nothing new to Sega as it was releasing them long before Nintendo’s Classic NES and SNES consoles took the spotlight. The plug-and-play systems it produced in collaboration with AtGames usually car
Devolver Digitial and Dodge Roll's twin-stick roguelike Enter The Gungeon launched on Switch all the way back at the end of 2017 and has finally received a physical release thanks to Nighthawk Interactive and Special Reserve Games. Beyond the case and game card (which includes the full game, all of its previously released DLC, and an...
Keep em' coming!
It's that time again! A brand new month means a brand new bunch of games! Now, August isn't looking to be as packed as the next, but we still managed to find a ton of quality looking titles to show off. Go ahead and give the video above a watch to catch a glimpse of everything we've found or check out the list in its entirety below...
30 Stock, Nunchuck Only, Pause Off
We all know the difficulty of Super Mario Maker 2's user-created levels can range anywhere from being a walk in the park to just brutally unfair. But everyone likes a bit of challenge, right? So to up the ante on the easy levels, and to increase the heat on the hard ones, our man Alex thinks he's found a way to...
Limited edition delights
Remember when every video games came with a manual? Remember when they sometimes came with extra goodies, like those trading cards you found in your GBA copy of Super Mario Bros. 3 that you didn't know what to do with? Those were the good old' days, weren't they? While most companies nowadays tend to pass on putting extra...
Move over E3
Can you believe E3 is happening in less than two weeks? Well, we can't either. We're all keeping our fingers crossed for new Animal Crossing info, we obviously can't wait to hear who's joining Smash next and we're sure there'll be a smattering of surprises to enjoy as well. There's a lot to be excited for, but these announcements can...
If Baba is you, then who is me?
Every week, the Switch eShop is bombarded by an onslaught of new releases. Often, a good majority of them end up being games that were ported over from a previous generation, or more shovelware that could easily be found on your mother's smartphone. Because of all of the noise, many unique games can go unnoticed or...
What year is it?
You may have thought we'd be past the days of the cheap and gimmicky accessories that plagued the Game Boy and its future generations. Anyone who remembers the Worm Light or the Handy Boy will probably cringe at the thought, but arcade stick manufacturer Qanba decided to take a stab at the old magnification idea with their MAX...
We put the Sweat Proof Gaming strap to the test
Labo VR is a great introduction to the world of Virtual Reality for Switch owners, but the much-hyped VR support it brings to Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a little disappointing – we found that it was disorienting enough to make us feel quite unwell, in fact.
North by Midwest
The retro video game convention Midwest Gaming Classic celebrated its 18th year in Milwaukee, WI a little over a week ago, and we just so happened to have been in attendance! The convention is host to hundreds of pinball and retro arcade games that are all open for free play, a vendor hall where you can buy almost any game you can...
Be careful what you (don't) wish for?
One of the biggest reveals of last week's Nintendo Direct was Zelda: Link's Awakening, a remake of the 1993 Game Boy classic that's coming to Switch later this year. Link's Awakening is one of the most beloved entries in the entire series, so it was, on paper, an obvious candidate for the remake treatment. Even...