Ninjala -Bubblegum Ninja Kids Comin’ At Ya!

Released on: June 24, 2020 Available Platforms: Nintendo Switch Price: Free (Has microtransactions) Developed by: SOLEIL Game Studios Published by: GungHo Online Entertainment A while back, I reviewed the Ninjala Exclusive Ninja Club Open Beta (called that despite it not being exclusive.) I thought the gameplay was fascinating but that some significant issues needed ironingContinue reading “Ninjala -Bubblegum Ninja Kids Comin’ At Ya!”

Super Metroid – A Masterpiece that Transcends the Galaxy

Released on: March 19, 1994 Available Platforms: Super Nintendo, Wii, Wii U, New Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch Price: Free (With Nintendo Switch Online Subscription) Developed by: Nintendo R&D1/Intelligent Systems Published by: Nintendo It’s time once again for “Sergie’s Trip Down Memory Lane!” As I’ve recounted many times in my other retro games review, I usedContinue reading “Super Metroid – A Masterpiece that Transcends the Galaxy”

Clubhouse Games 51 World Classic Games: A Value-Packed Collection of Polished Classics

Released on: June 5, 2020 Available Platforms: Nintendo Switch Price: $52.49 CDN ($39.99 US) Developed by: NDcube Published by: Nintendo One of the things I remember the most about the Wii is its slew of awesome Nintendo games (Super Smash Bros. Brawl, Kirby Return to Dreamland, Punch-Out, etc.) and its infamy as a shovelware machine.Continue reading “Clubhouse Games 51 World Classic Games: A Value-Packed Collection of Polished Classics”

Game Vs. Game: Monster Hunter World Iceborne VS. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. – Which is the Better Game?

Here’s another article I’ve wanted to write for the longest time. My original idea for this one was to compare Monster Hunter World and Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate, but I didn’t feel like it would have been fair to do so without Monster Hunter World’s Iceborne DLC. I also wanted to review each game beforeContinue reading “Game Vs. Game: Monster Hunter World Iceborne VS. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate. – Which is the Better Game?”

Pokemon Sword/Shield: Isle of Armor DLC: A Substantial Addition to Pokemon Sword and Shield

Released on: June 17, 2020 Requires Pokemon Sword or Shield (the DLC has a corresponding version for each) Price: $39.99 CDN ($29.99 US) I’ll be honest here, folks: I’ve had a change of heart when it comes to Pokemon Sword/Shield. Astute readers who read my Game VS. Game article on Pokemon Let’s Go VS. PokemonContinue reading “Pokemon Sword/Shield: Isle of Armor DLC: A Substantial Addition to Pokemon Sword and Shield”

Game Vs. Game – Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee Vs. Pokemon Sword and Shield: Which is Better?

*Note: This article was written before the release of the Isle of Armor and Crown Tundra DLCs for Pokemon Sword/Shield* I’ve wanted to write this article for a long time. I dawdled on it for a while until I started playing Pokemon Sword again recently. I reviewed both Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee and Pokemon Sword/ShieldContinue reading “Game Vs. Game – Pokemon Let’s Go Pikachu/Eevee Vs. Pokemon Sword and Shield: Which is Better?”

Splatoon 2 (Switch) – A Fantastic Online Shooter for those that don’t like Online Shooters.

Released on: July 21 2017 Available Platforms: Nintendo Switch Price: $79.99 CDN ($59.99 US) [DLC Expansion available. Nintendo Online Subscription required for online play] Published by: Nintendo Developed by: Nintendo When it comes to multiplayer shooters, I am terrible at them. I have trouble perceiving where my character is in first-person shooters. Thus my opponentsContinue reading “Splatoon 2 (Switch) – A Fantastic Online Shooter for those that don’t like Online Shooters.”

Super Smash Bros Ultimate – The Greatest and Biggest Crossover of All Time

Released on: December 7 2018 Available Platforms: Nintendo Switch Price: $79.99 CDN ($59.99 US) [Downloadable content is available] Published by: Nintendo Developed by: Sora Ltd. In 1999, nine-year-old Sergie was reading the newest issue of Nintendo Power. He’s taking in all of the cool pictures of games out at the time. Then, his mind getsContinue reading “Super Smash Bros Ultimate – The Greatest and Biggest Crossover of All Time”

Kid Icarus – An Unusual Platformer with the Weirdest Difficulty Curve

Released on: February 15, 1987 Available Platforms: Nintendo Entertainment System, Wii, Wii U, NES Classic, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo Switch Price: Free (With Nintendo Switch Online Subscription) Published by: Nintendo Developed by: Nintendo When talking about the Nintendo Entertainment System (the NES), people will typically have a list of their favorite games pop-up in their headContinue reading “Kid Icarus – An Unusual Platformer with the Weirdest Difficulty Curve”

Mega Man X2 – More X with Slightly More Polished Visuals and Slightly Increased Difficulty.

Released on: January 1 1995 Available Platforms: Super Nintendo, Nintendo GameCube, Playstation 2, Wii, Nintendo 3DS, PC, Playstation 4, XboxOne, Nintendo Switch Price: $29.99 CDN ($19.99 US) Published by: Capcom Developed by: Capcom As a kid, I rented a lot of video games. Video game rental was how I got to play most games. OneContinue reading “Mega Man X2 – More X with Slightly More Polished Visuals and Slightly Increased Difficulty.”