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Hey, folks! I just wanted to keep everyone up to date on what I’ve been working on throughout the last week over at SwitchPlayer.net. If you already follow my news antics over there, then I apologize for double-posting and thank you for your support! Or maybe I don’t. It’s a surprise, really.
Available on: Nintendo Switch (reviewed), PS4, PC
It’s rare for a game to infuriate me to the point of rage quitting every single time I play it, but where many others have failed TumbleSeed did not. The number of curse words uttered in a single sitting increased exponentially as time went on, which is deceiving for a game that looks and sounds this adorable. However, despite its novel ideas, the wonderful aesthetic and calming tunes, TumbleSeed’s borderline absurd level of randomized difficulty, even by rogue-like standards, severely got in the way of my enjoyment.
Git gud, indeed.
Publisher: Flyhigh Works
Available on: Nintendo Switch
Price: $4.99 USD
Although it released the day before Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Kamiko is a generously priced eShop title that should not be slept on.
Available on: Nintendo Switch (reviewed)
Nintendo made an incredibly smart decision in 2006 when they bundled in Wii Sports with their Wii console as a way of showcasing its accessibility and functionality. The gamble clearly paid off, as the Wii went on to sell a staggering 101 million units during its 9-year lifespan.
The Nintendo Switch has been on store shelves (more or less) for a little over a month, and with only one large-profile release thus far I’ve been padding my collection with smaller indie titles. I love The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, but variety is, indeed, a spice of life. Continue reading