Wave Break – Developer Interview

Wave Break – Developer Interview

So what is Wave Break I hear you ask. It’s a question I had to ask myself because it’s a game I only heard of a few days ago. But surprisingly it was shown off a year ago! I’ve no idea how this slipped under the radar for me but now that I know about it, I just had to find out more. As soon as I saw the start of the trailer I thought, is this a new Wave…

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Wurroom – Nintendo Switch Review

Wurroom – Nintendo Switch Review

Wurroom is not so much a game as it is an experience. There’s no real gameplay to speak of, it’s a visual experience. Is it worth picking up? Let’s find out. I wanted to do a video review on this game but because it requires the touch screen on the Switch I didn’t have a workaround to record it. I’ll add some extra photos in the article so you can get a sense of what the game is all about….

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Music Racer PS4 Review

Music Racer PS4 Review

Be warned if you have photosensitive epilepsy this game isn’t for you, it has flashing lights throughout. Off the bat Music Racer feels like a throwback to the 90’s to me. The neon look and music give me those nostalgia vibes. Great soundtrack, 25 vehicles and 14 tracks, 3 difficulty modes and a cinematic mode a recipe for success right?  Let’s find out Starting off you have a few vehicles and 2 tracks to chose from. You can customize the…

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Super Mario Multiverse – Mario Kart Super Circuit GBA

Super Mario Multiverse – Mario Kart Super Circuit GBA

Released in 2001, this was the first time the Mario Kart series made its way onto a handheld system. It was an exciting time for me as a gamer, all this racing goodness, (16 tracks from the get go and 40 when completed, 20 of which are from the original in the series) packed into a portable console, it was truly magic. To this day it still has the most tracks in any Mario Kart game (expect 8 which has…

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Official Press Release – Ministry Of Broadcast

Official Press Release – Ministry Of Broadcast

Unedited Press Release Below Ministry of Broadcast sees all with a Nintendo Switch release this May 👁️ March 6th | Numskull Games: Numskull Games is incredibly proud to announce that we will be publishing the award-winning and much-anticipated Ministry of Broadcast for the Nintendo Switch, available physically this May. Enter the dystopian world of Ministry of Broadcast, a narrative-driven single-player cinematic platformer, mixing Orwell’s ‘1984’ with modern reality TV: 👁️ Story and personality – In a country divided by ‘The…

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Indie Game Developer Spotlight – Squidlit (Nintendo Switch/Steam)

Indie Game Developer Spotlight – Squidlit (Nintendo Switch/Steam)

If  you were a gamer in the 90’s this game should have an immediate nostalgic look and feel to it. It’s made to closely resemble a Game boy game by limiting some of the features you’d find in similarly styled games. So there is : No more than 10 8-pixel wide sprites in a line. No more than 40 sprites at any time. Four sound channels that are shared between “voices” of music and the sound effects. 160 x 144…

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Official Press Release – Holy Potatoes! Compendium

Official Press Release – Holy Potatoes! Compendium

Unedited press release below Holy Potatoes! Compendium brings together three spudtacular games to the Nintendo Switch this May 🥔 March 5th | Numskull Games: Numskull Games is incredibly proud to announce that we will be publishing Holy Potatoes! Compendium, a collection of three spud-based games, for the Nintendo Switch. Containing ‘Holy Potatoes! What the Hell?!’, ‘Holy Potatoes! We’re in Space?!’, and ‘Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?!’, originally released as digital-only games, our release will finally bring these colourful, fun spuds…

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Xbox One Style Switch Pro Controller

Xbox One Style Switch Pro Controller

Today we have another switch controller from Techken to review. With it’s design you’d be forgiven for thinking it was actually a controller for the Xbox One. In fact it’s what my wife thought it was at first glance. As to be expected all the buttons and features of a Switch Pro controller are present. It has the big home button on the front, and reset button on the top (similar to the sync button on a Xbox One controller)….

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Breeder Homegrown : Director’s Cut – Indie Game Review

Breeder Homegrown : Director’s Cut – Indie Game Review

You can immediately see the retro style the game is aiming for and, for me at least, it succeeds at this in every aspect. It would fit in well with any game from the 90’s home console market. As you load the game you get a warning for anyone with photosensitive epilepsy, so if this is you, you should bare this in mind before checking out this game for yourself. Story The story opens with a police siren and inaudible…

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Official Press Release – Quest Arrest

Official Press Release – Quest Arrest

“This game has been a passion project for me and I’m excited to finally be able to share it with you. I’m excited to see how you play it, if you enjoy it and any feedback you have. The game is available for digital download on March 1st with a limited physical run to be announced soon. The box art is shown above and I’d like to thank Emmett (BudgetNostalgia) for creating it.” The game follows the main protagonist, recently…

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