Pokemon Sword and Shield, once widely anticipated games for the Nintendo Switch, did get a lot of attention in the worse way possible with the announcement before its release (11/15/19) saying that not every Pokemon would be in Galar, spawning the hashtag “Bring back National Dex!” With that said, is it worth the journey when you can’t catch ’em all?
Ever wondered why you live on an island and could never dip your toes in the water? Never fear! For the latest update that came out today on July 3rd for Animal Crossing New Horizons lets you swim and dive for new sea creatures. There are some other things added as well that’ll make you shell out in joy. Let’s get tropical!
Animal Crossing New Horizons came out on the Nintendo Switch on March 20th, 2020 and outsold all the previous games and made itself one of the best selling Switch games. So is it worth starting this island adventure? It is indeed the best Animal Crossing to date, however there is a lot missing with the need for many updates in the future. I’ll talk about what I mean as we stroll down this simulation.
In Animal Crossing New Horizons, it may be hard to get enough to buy some of the most expensive spotlight items in Nook’s Cranny, or perhaps you’ve been eyeing that crown at Able Sisters. Maybe you’re Tom Nook’s slave and wish to pay off all those home loans. Well, you’re in the right place. I’ll walk through the best ways to get rich quick as well as a fun way to spend it. Time to make it rain…
I recently downloaded Celeste off the Nintendo eShop for $5 when it’s normally $20 by the indie developer Matt Makes Games, the creator behind Towerfall Ascension. Celeste is a challenging platformer that is surprisingly deep in its storytelling… hitting close to home for me. Take a deep breath, and come with me on this adventure.
Before Animal Crossing: New Horizons came out, I was playing a ton of Stardew Valley that a friend of mine was nice enough to get me as an early birthday present. It is fun and surprisingly calming despite its fast, but not too quick, time schedule. This might be one of the best games to play right now as many of us are still in quarantine amidst the coronavirus crisis.
Here’s a quick guide to the events going on in April… better late than never! This will include tips on Bunny Day (Still have time to gather a lot of eggs and recipes!), today’s Fishing Tourney, and more. Animal Crossing New Horizons has recently released as of March 20th, and it is egg-tastic! With that horrible pun out of the way, let’s get started.
Today, I’ll cover some potentially great characters from the F-Zero, Earthbound, Fire Emblem, Mr. Game & Watch, Kid Icarus, and Wario franchises that could be in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. I started this series because of my excitement for all the DLC coming throughout last year and in the future and while each will likely be from a series not represented yet, I thought it’d be fun to go through the rest anyways. Please come check out Part 1 and Part 2 if you haven’t yet and let’s get started.
Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age came out on the Nintendo Switch in September, an enhanced version of the original of the same name that was on Nintendo 3DS and Playstation 4 between 2017 and 2018. It is considered one of the best by critics in the famous Dragon Quest series, according to Wikipedia. This is my first time with the story, and so far it is enjoyable with likable characters, though the first few hours or so are slow as there is a lot more cutscenes and dialogue versus actual gameplay of dungeon crawling, exploring, and turn-based battles. Continue reading “First Impressions: Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age”
Hi! As you have probably noticed, I haven’t been the most active when it comes to blogging, missing some months and posting once a month if that, and so I’m truly sorry about everything. My goal is to get back to doing articles big and small once or twice a week, though things have been difficult for me lately. I’ll try to explain more than I have shared before here if you’d like to continue reading.