Let’s not get too hyped here, this New Nintendo Switch firmware mentioning an unannounced Switch model could be a misleading circumstance, then again maybe this is the clue we’ve been looking for!
Kindred Fates is an open-world monster battling RPG, and a love letter to the monster battle genre. While many see this game as Pokemon-inspired, my cultured eyes see an inspiration more akin to Digimon.
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.
I tried out ONINAKI, the all-new Action-RPG that tells the story of one Watcher on a journey to protect Life, after Death and you know what, I liked it.
So word on the cyber street is that Scalebound, the action role-playing video game developed by PlatinumGames from 2013 until its cancellation in 2017, might be the game that Nintendo had hinted at during their February’s Nintendo Direct. Now, how likely that this is true is kinda hard to say but I’ll be dammed if I’m not at least excited about this rumor.
One of the new titles that was revealed at February’s Nintendo direct, which I neglected at first was ONINAKI, a single player experience that deals with the concept of reincarnation.
After the amazing Nintendo Direct that dropped a butt load of great titles for us fans to look forward to, I went and tired the Daemon X Machina demo that was released that very day. I wanted to wait a day or so to let my experience sink in before writing this blog. Well, I’m ready to share my thoughts and opinion.
Well, this wasn’t something I expect to hear from Nintendo but it’s one many of us kinda saw coming when it came to Metroid Prime 4 on the Nintendo Switch. Shinya Takahashi, Senior Managing Executive Officer, came on screen to give us a development update on Metroid Prime 4 for Nintendo Switch. Safe to say it’s not what fans wanted to heat, but I on the other hand understand where they’re coming from.
I remember when Pokemon Let’s Go was first unveiled to the world, Masuda specifically stated that the Let’s GO games were core games to the series. The fans however couldn’t accept that truth and instead convinced themselves that it was a spin-off to the Pokemon games. Well, Masuda stresses once again for the nay-sayers out there that Lets Go is NOT a spin-off, and is in fact a core game. You only have yourself to blame guys.