Anyone that pre-purchased Samurai Shodown (2019) on Nintendo Switch will have received Samurai Shodown! 2 free! This fresh port of SNK’s NeoGeo Pocket Fighter comes with a lot more samurai slashing extras than you’d expect… Click to watch!Continue reading “Samurai Shodown! 2 Nintendo Switch – Video Review”
2019’s Samurai Shodown reboot has arrived on Nintendo Switch, including 17 Characters for all the feudal sword striking action you’ll ever need! We cover all the ups and downs of this port from the legendary Fighting Game franchise.
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The Arcade original Shinobi has arrived on Nintendo Switch, in the 14th instalment of M2’s Sega Ages series. Check out all this latest port has to offer, with additional features including replays, rewinds and new difficulty options. Click to watch! …Continue reading “SEGA AGES Shinobi – Video Review”
Konami’s Yie Ar Kung-Fu, one of gaming’s oldest arcade fighters, recently released on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 thanks to Hamster Corp Arcade Archives. This classic title may not get as much attention as other legacy fighting games, but it’s impact is as far reaching as modern head-to-head fighters today. Click to view…Continue reading “Yie Ar Kung-Fu – Video Review”
Something I threw together from old footage after being disappointed with not getting into the Pokémon Center London Store. Enjoy!!
The following piece was written in August 2019, as part of a Staff Writer Job Application. Sadly, I didn’t get the job but here’s my work for prosperity; A review of the then new Smash Bros. DLC Character, Hero from Dragon Quest (as this is review for DLC content, some preexisting knowledge of the game is presumed).
A new Challenger draws near, with sword and shield in hand, and more than a few tricks up their sleeve…
Released on 31st July, ‘Hero’ from Square Enix’s Dragon Quest series joins Super Smash Bros. Ultimate as the second DLC Fighter. In typical Smash Bros. style, Nintendo announced a video presentation with series creator and director, Masahiro Sakurai on the 30th, which promised to reveal the release date of said Hero… less than 24 hours later, he was in our hands.Continue reading “ARCHIVE: The Ultimate Hero – Smash Bros. x Dragon Quest ‘Hero’ DLC Review”