Lego City Undercover on the Nintendo Switch has a full story mode to play through. Limousines, Honey, and police chases; here’s the next part!
I play Lego Star Wars: The Video Game in this PC gameplay — here we go, folks. This is captured in 4K resolution. Such a fun game!
Well folks, here it is at last. The Trials of Mana Remake running on Nintendo Switch while docked (largely at 30fps). It’s not quite as smooth as the PS4 version (largely 60fps).
Ultimately, handheld mode is how you want to play this one – preferably on the Switch Lite. Enjoy:
Here’s how to find 5 Lego Super Mario easter eggs in Lego City Undercover on Nintendo Switch. The locations for each of them are included in this guide.
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I exercise against Guru Andma and Dragaux on the excellent Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch. This was a tough workout; the ‘game’ is showing me how authentic it really is…
There are now 30 characters in Mario Tennis Aces on Nintendo Switch, each with their own signature Special Shot.
16 characters were available at launch, and 14 characters were made available later on in the game. Special Shots are activated with the L button once your gauge is fully charged. I particularly enjoyed discovering these new ultra moves.
Here’s every single one of them:
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Hollow Knight, from small indie developer Team Cherry, lands on the Switch, kind of like, right now.
The news was announced at Nintendo’s E3 conference today by the president of Nintendo of America, Reggie Fils-Aimé, who specifically thanked indie devs for their awesome work on Switch.
Hollow Knight Hits Switch
Here are a few key takeaways for the game on the hybrid console:
- The Switch version runs at 60fps
- It features all expansions – so Hidden Dreams, The Grimm Troupe, and Lifeblood
- All bosses, upgrades, and extras are included from those expansions
- Gods & Glory is coming later on, but we don’t know when
You can grab the delicious looking indie title on the eShop for £10.99/$15 USD.
Tunic’s new gameplay trailer was showcased at Microsoft’s 2018 E3 conference. To sum it up: it’s a visually stunning, cute, isometric action-adventure game – strongly influenced by the early Zelda games. Just in case you hadn’t noticed…
Tunic And The Sword-Wielding Fox
Tunic was originally announced as Secret Legend in 2015 and was created by Andrew Shouldice, a Canadian solo developer.
The title will be an Xbox ‘launch exclusive’ but it’s coming to PC as well. The release date is unknown (as of yet).
Hopefully, we’ll see more of this furry fox soon…
Created by SpaceCan, an indie Chinese developer, Juicy Realm is out now on Steam for $9.99, £7.19, or €9.99. The title will also be coming to the PS4 and Switch this August.
Square Off Against Bizarre Fruits
In the world of Juicy Realm, the line between animals and plants is blurred to the extreme. Plants have gained sentience – and limbs – and are now fighting humanity to the top of the food chain:
The game features top-down presentation, randomly-generated maps, different weapons to master, and a “host” of Easter eggs to discover. You can also play it solo, or players can team up with friends in a cooperative local multiplayer mode.
Cool title aside, [amazon_textlink asin=’B07895V82W’ text=’Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly’ template=’ProductLink’ store=’geali01-21′ marketplace=’UK’ link_id=’bd3b463e-4cb5-11e8-9654-b7e76999e5c3′], a new interactive fiction title for the PS Vita, is out this summer.
Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly
Described as “hauntingly beautiful”, it’s a love story from Otomate (Idea Factory) and is the first in a trio of otome (or interactive fiction) titles.
Each of the titles includes an oversized 3” x 4.5” collectable character card set inside the game case:
Here’s the story:
In Psychedelica of the Black Butterfly, a girl wakes up in a mysterious mansion with no memory of how she got there. Adding to her confusion, she can no longer remember her name or past. Before she can come to grips with her predicament, she is attacked by a grotesque monster and is forced to run for her life.
It’s up to you to follow the black butterflies – the choices you make unlock different story paths in the game:
Each of the three ‘Summer of Mystery’ games features “suspenseful” storylines. What’s more, if you buy all three of the titles, you’ll get a set of exclusive collector pins. You don’t need them? Come on, like me, you know you do…
Welcome to the unforgiving and brutal world of a game called Dream Alone from Fat Dog Games. It’s a place where grim fairy tales meet every other horror imaginable…
You play as a young Irra, who ventures forth to find a cure for a mysterious illness which has fallen upon his village.
Dream Alone – PC, PS4, Xbox One and Switch
Irra must travel across scary lands, solve mind-bending puzzles and use his unusual abilities to avoid “horrifying” creatures. At the end of his journey awaits the ‘friendly’ Lady Death, who has the ability to lift any curse:
The developer states that it’s not Limbo; no, it’s a literal “walk through hell” instead. Yep, everyone ‘loves hell’. Dream Alone launches this fall on Steam, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Switch.
Garage Switch Gameplay Trailer
You play as Butch, an ex-drug dealer who destroys zombies with axes and blasts the rest with assault rifles. Garage doesn’t take itself too seriously, then. There’s nothing wrong with that, although it’s clear that development is being taken earnestly:
“I announced Garage during tinyBuild’s HelloSwitch2 event, and we’ve been working like crazy with studio Zombie Dynamics to get the game done”. – Alex Nichiporchik.
In a nutshell, it’s a Resident Evil and Splatterpunk-inspired quirky shooter with a high difficulty and lots of blood. It’s due out on the Switch May 10th as an exclusive title – for now.
It reminds us of (no surprise), Mr. Shifty, and that’s a very good thing indeed. That game? A bit of a hidden gem if you ask me.