Octopath Traveler The Review

Welcome to Our Review of Octopath Traveler on the Nintendo Switch. Enjoy! Click on the picture below to buy your copy of Octopath Traveler today. (Left- Octopath Traveler game = $59.99. Right- Octopath Traveler collectors edition = $99.99)      

Cars with Rockets Hitting Some Balls: Rocket League an in Depth Look

As an avid sport and car guy, when I saw Rocket League for the first time I knew I was going to get hooked. In my opinion, what’s better than vehicles that are powered by rockets and hitting an oversized soccer ball. The only thing I could think of is to do it in real… Continue reading Cars with Rockets Hitting Some Balls: Rocket League an in Depth Look

Mario Tennis for the Nintendo Switch: An Ace or a Flop

  Mario and his friends have played a lot of different sports games over the years. Mario’s sports career started with a game titled Mario Tennis for Nintendo’s doomed Virtual Boy in 1995. Since then, we have seen Mario and gang play a range of different sports including tennis, baseball, soccer, Olympic sports, and golf.… Continue reading Mario Tennis for the Nintendo Switch: An Ace or a Flop

Sushi Strikers: Homerun or Strikeout

Welcome to the world of Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido. This action-puzzle game, developed and published by Nintendo, was released worldwide for the Nintendo 3DS and Nintendo Switch on June 8, 2018. Sushi Striker takes place in a land where the empire has made sushi forbidden. Our protagonist Musashi, either a boy or girl,… Continue reading Sushi Strikers: Homerun or Strikeout

What Is Pokemon Quest for the Nintendo Switch?

Pokemon Quest is a free-to-play action-adventure game from Game Freak. Pokemon Quest has a blocky and lighthearted style that is also found in Minecraft. When the Pokemon Company announced the game I had one of those “Really Game Freak!” moments, but I didn’t have to judge the game for too long. Pokemon Quest was released… Continue reading What Is Pokemon Quest for the Nintendo Switch?

E3 Live Schedule Part 2: The Rest of the Developers

E3 starts tomorrow. E3 is where even the smallest of companies try to make the biggest splash and push for the holidays, the bigger the hype the bigger the payday. Last week I went over what Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft are up to, you can check that article out HERE. Today I am going to… Continue reading E3 Live Schedule Part 2: The Rest of the Developers

E3 Live Schedule: What to Expect from the Big Three in 2018

With E3 (Electronic Entertainment Expo) a little more than two weeks away there are major predictions that are coming through the woodworks will. Today I’ll be primarily talking about the big three: Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony. Microsoft and Sony have been going head-to-head for years trying to see who can put out a better performing… Continue reading E3 Live Schedule: What to Expect from the Big Three in 2018

Battlefield V Goes Back to World War 2

Battlefield V had its reveal yesterday. This game looks amazing, there was a lot of info in the half hour live stream. Battlefield V brings the franchise back to the war that kicked off its series of games back in 2002. Now, I know most people are not too pleased that EA and DICE went… Continue reading Battlefield V Goes Back to World War 2