Torna~The Golden Country: An Amazing DLC

I praised Xenoblade Chronicles 2 for having a great story, engaging combat that felt like a great rhythm game, and for having tons of micro-managing that added additional hours to the game. The game did have a few flaws, like poor voice acting, mediocre graphics on the undocked version, and a massive army of menus […]

Megaquarium review

Megaquarium is a good game that allows players to micro-manage an aquarium (what a surprise, the title kind of gives this away). Megaquarium micro-managing system also does not have microtransactions which allows the pacing of the game to stay consistent (I’m looking at you Pokémon Quest). So, what does Megaquarium do right and, where does […]

My Thoughts on Nintendo’s Online Subscription

When it was first announced, I had very mixed feelings about Nintendo’s online service. After thinking about it, though, it may not be all that bad. For a one month Nintendo Online subscription, it’s $3.99 USD. For three months it’s $7.99. And for a whole year it’s $19.99. In comparison, Xbox Live is $59.99 for […]

Games I plan on buying for the Nintendo Switch in 2018

Nintendo Switch

I have loved my Nintendo Switch so far and have enjoyed the games on the Nintendo Switch. The Switch has had success so far and has a very strong library of games that features The Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, Splatoon 2, Mario Odyssey, Xenoblade Chronicles 2, and a great handful of ports […]

Five Games That Could Be Ported/Remastered for Switch

The Nintendo Switch has been extremely successful recently. It has sold over 17.8 million units so far and has only been out for almost a year and a half. Being a huge fan of several Nintendo exclusive games, I’m extremely happy that Nintendo is having great success with the Nintendo Switch. One thing that Nintendo […]

Pokémon Generation Rankings: CoG Version

Pokémon is one of my favorite franchises of all time. I grew up playing generations three and four. I remember my first games were Pokémon Emerald (a game from generation three) and Pokémon Diamond (a game from generation four). The series has grown exponentially ever since the Red and Blue days. The difference between the […]

Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy Nintendo Switch review

I have never played a Crash Bandicoot game until I tried out Crash Bandicoot N-Sane Trilogy, a remaster that includes Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, and Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped. Each game has at least 30 levels. However, while there is a fair amount of content and variety, each level is very short, and […]