Ninjala launched as a free-to-play online game in the summer of 2020 for Nintendo Switch. Since then, it has enjoyed some success despite mixed critical reception and constantly compared to Nintendo’s … Continue readingWhy You Must Experience the Ninjala Anime Series on YouTube
Although Western interest in Japanese franchises began to rise during the fourth and fifth console generations, the sixth generation was where the popularity of these franchises in the States took … Continue readingNintendo Celebrates 20th Anniversary of Jrpg Cult Classic .Hack/GU With Game This March
To be perfectly blunt, the browsing process on the Switch Eshop has been awful from the very beginning. I know I’m not alone when I say that simply trying to … Continue readingOne Best Way to Browse for Switch Deals in 2022
People are calling 2021 the “Year Of The Backlog” due to many anticipated titles being pushed back into 2022 and beyond. I’ve spent the better half of this year finishing … Continue reading“Hyperstone Heist” is Better than Turtles In Time
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I’ve said it once, and I’ll repeat it- the Game Awards tend to be painfully predictable. I’m not alone in thinking the main event (s) are a bit goofy and disjointed. … Continue readingGame Awards 2021: Our Biggest Takeaways
The Xbox family may not be home to as many exclusives as its competition. However, if there is one thing that Microsoft has outclassed Sony and Nintendo on, it’s quantity and accessibility. … Continue readingSony Could be Rolling out Game Pass Style Service as Early as Spring 2022
DragonBall: The Breakers is due out next year for all major platforms without a definite date in sight. Although many contemporary licensed games based on anime are of the 1-on-1 … Continue readingDragon Ball: The Breakers Arrives Next Year, but Closed Beta is Now!