Pokemon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Let’s Go, Eevee! are upcoming games for the Nintendo Switch that are scheduled to be released on November 16th, 2018. Much of the gameplay will be different to resemble the mobile hit of 2016, Pokemon Go. The announcement trailer was shown just shortly before E3 and now they are up for pre-order. Here, I will tell you my thoughts and details on what to expect.
It’s that time of the year again and I’m excited for all the news and announcements to be revealed. I haven’t been able to watch and catch myself up with everything due to my lackluster internet, but I’ll definitely be talking about it a lot over the course of two weeks. Bethesda recently had their press conference and Sony is starting to show off more of their surprises like the new gameplay footage of The Last of Us: Part II.
Nintendo is about to have their Direct at 12 p.m. (EST), so I can’t wait to hear what they have to say. My biggest hopes are that they actually tell us about the next main series entry of Fire Emblem as well as what will hopefully be a new Animal Crossing game.
What are you most excited for? Tell me in the comments or on this blog’s Facebook page. See you again soon and have a nice day! 😉
In this article, I’ll give you some of my own tips and advice on how to best start a collection if you are interested in having one of your own and how to grow it without throwing your wallet away. Let’s get started!
I created this over the course of a few weeks, trying to practice my Adobe Illustrator skills, and finished right in time for Valentine’s Day. With the Fire Emblem community, many had the great idea of doing a “Valentian Valentines” themed banner for more Echoes characters in Fire Emblem Heroes. Of course, that didn’t happen, but people had fun thinking about it. So, I felt inspired and felt that Rinea would be perfect for this…
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Spirit Of Justice came out on September 8th, 2016 on the Nintendo 3DS. It has also since been released on iOS and Android devices on September 21st, 2017. I played it on the Nintendo 3DS when it launched, finishing it weeks later. I meant to do a review around that time, but simply forgot about it. It may be late, but for those who are still interested and would like some insight, here it is. There is no need for a Divination Séance for this verdict.
For my birthday on April 6th, I was gifted with Monster Hunter World for the PS4 and I have been enjoying it ever since, playing it whenever I get the chance.
Instead of doing another “First Impressions,” I thought about how it would be interesting to talk about how Capcom was successful in creating a certain feel or atmosphere that engages players to get excited about hunting giant monsters. So, here we are at the Canteen… let’s get started.
Okami HD is a high-definition remaster of a classic that was originally released on the Playstation 2. I will be talking about the Playstation 4 version, but you can also get the game on Microsoft Windows and Xbox One right now. Over the summer, you will also be able to play it on the Nintendo Switch. Okami is considered to be one of the best video games of all time due to its critical acclaim and artistic expression.
I am a few hours or so into the game now and I agree that it is great, especially for its timeless art style resembling what is called ink wash painting through cel-shading. If you’re interested, click the link to learn more.