Pokémon Scarlet review (Switch)

One of the highest profile launches for the Nintendo Switch this holiday season is the latest Pokémon game. As per the norm, it comes out in two different flavors: Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet. Each version has a small selection of Pokémon that are exclusive to it, so if you want to “catch them all” you have to either buy both versions or pair up with a friend who has the other one. We stuck with the Scarlet version for our review, and generally enjoyed our time with it. Continue reading “Pokémon Scarlet review (Switch)”

Pre-orders for Mecha Ritz: Steel Rondo and Dezatopia open this weekend!

For fans of retro shooters on the Switch, Strictly Limited Games is about to open up the pre-orders for a physical release of Mecha Ritz: Steel Rondo and Dezatopia, in two different versions. Full details in the press release below:

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Port roundup: Inertial Drift: Twilight Rivals, Tip Top: Don’t Fall!, Super Woden GP & Save Room

We’re looking at the Twilight Rivals Edition of Inertial Drift, which is now available on the PS5, as well as console ports of Tip Top: Don’t Fall!, Super Woden GP and Save Room. Continue reading “Port roundup: Inertial Drift: Twilight Rivals, Tip Top: Don’t Fall!, Super Woden GP & Save Room”

Among Us VR review (Quest)

Among Us seemed like an unlikely candidate for a VR adaptation (its genre is very much underrepresented in VR), but when it was announced for the Quest 2 and PC VR, it kind of made sense. It’s coming to PSVR 2 as well when that launched, but we tried it out with a Quest 2 headset for this review. Continue reading “Among Us VR review (Quest)”