Digimon World: Next Order Review (PS4)

Digimon was a childhood fixture for many kids growing up in the nineties. Bandai had been producing virtual pets since 1996 in the form of the Tamagotchi. These little egg-shaped toys had you raise a virtual pet. This included feeding and watering them, as well as curing any illnesses they could catch. The main emphasis in laterContinue reading “Digimon World: Next Order Review (PS4)”

Nintendo’s Advertising Seems to Have Improved with the Switch

There are several attributes that lead to the success or failure of a product. As much as we condemn hype culture in gaming, it is still an element that is essential in developing interest in a product. It leads to consumers indulging in measures that allow for the gauging of interest and potential success thanksContinue reading “Nintendo’s Advertising Seems to Have Improved with the Switch”