Just announced during FunimationCon 2020 weekend, the anime adaptation of the 2007 video game The World Ends with You from Square Enix will arrive on Funimation in 2021.
I’ve been playing Ninjala over the past few days and man oh man, is this game both fun and frustrating! I’m still trying to figure whether that’s a bad or a good thing.
Windboud was annouced nealry three weeks ago, and with everything that has been happening in the world. It slipped past my radar (as has many more games I’m interested in) and honestly I like what they’re going with this game. Windbound reminds of Breath of the Wild in a lot of ways, while also giving off this RUST vibe of survival.
One thing I like about this era of gaming is that we keep getting all these new forms of gaming like Blue Fire in a time of back to back remakes (not that I’m hating, still waiting on that Sonic Adventure remake), and this game is no exception.
GungHo Online Entertainment (GOE) today announced that its newest title for the Nintendo Switch, Ninjala, will be released worldwide as a free download on the Nintendo eShop on May 28, 2020!
I remember how the hardcore Zelda fans were losing their damm minds that this game looked so similar to BotW, so much so that their bombarded the reveal video with hate comments, and asked Nintendo to sue them. Well, Nintendo did notice, and has invited them to join the Switch library, oh the irony.
With the announcement of Pokemon Sword and Shield Expansion Pass, it brings about a new change in the way Game Freaks has handled expanding the games in the past. Despite gruntled fans hate for this pass, ultimately this is the direction that the series needs to head into going forward.
One of the gossips I’ve heard online is the idea that Nintendo is planning to release or announce a 4K Nintendo Switch Pro in 2020, to compete with the PS5 and Xbox Series X. This has been met with a lot of skepticism of the possibility of a newer and more powerful handled from Nintendo, almost three years after the release of the mainline Switch.
I’ve seen a lot of hate, or at the very least, annoyance when it comes to Pokemon Sword and Shield. Every time they post a new update for the game, you’ll always find someone complaining about something. These complaints are all fair for the most part, but the thing that strikes me as funny is that, this game will still be consumed by the very same people who complain about Pokemon Sword & Shield and do really well, sales wises.