A Hat in Time for the Nintendo Switch Finally Gets a Release Date

A Hat in Time, the adorable 3D platformer, which initially released back in 2017, has finally gotten a confirmed release date for the upcoming Nintendo Switch version.  The Switch version was originally announced back in 2018, and now has a confirmed release date of October 18th, 2019. The developer, Gears for Breakfast, created A HatContinue reading “A Hat in Time for the Nintendo Switch Finally Gets a Release Date”

Dragon Quest’s Hero Joins Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Nearly two months after Nintendo revealed the Hero from the Dragon Quest series would be joining the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster at E3 2019, he has finally joined the fight. On Tuesday, July 30, Nintendo revealed that the heavily rumored fighter would be joining the battle by the end of the day when MasahiroContinue reading “Dragon Quest’s Hero Joins Super Smash Bros. Ultimate”

Everything Announced in Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct

As the last company to give a presentation at this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3), all eyes were on Nintendo to deliver a stellar presentation.  Before the show, Nintendo revealed that their direct would focus only on software for the Nintendo Switch.  Sorry, 3DS! Fans were treated to several surprises and well as received moreContinue reading “Everything Announced in Nintendo’s E3 2019 Direct”

Yooka-Laylee Review (Xbox One)

Yooka-Laylee is certainly soaking in nostalgia from its spiritual predecessor, Banjo Kazooie. With that being said, it should be noted that Yooka has been created essentially as a direct sequel to the beloved N64 games, except that the team wasn’t able to get the license from Rare. It has everything that fans of Banjo couldContinue reading “Yooka-Laylee Review (Xbox One)”

Most Anticipated Games of 2017, Part Four: Yooka-Laylee

3D mascot platformers have been gone for a long time, but they are not forgotten. Nintendo 64 and PlayStation’s libraries each had their own slew of these games: Super Mario 64, Spyro The Dragon, and Banjo Kazooie. These hub-based collect-a-thons were fun for people of all ages and were a prominent example of 3D worldContinue reading “Most Anticipated Games of 2017, Part Four: Yooka-Laylee”

Most Anticipated Games of 2016, Part Five: Sea of Thieves

Some of my fondest video game memories are playing Rareware games. I spent a lot of time playing Donkey Kong Country and Killer Instinct on the first consoles I ever owned, the Super Nintendo and Game Boy systems. Once I moved onto Nintendo 64, I dove head first into gaming and never looked back. IContinue reading “Most Anticipated Games of 2016, Part Five: Sea of Thieves”