Let’s get it out of the way. LA Noire is not a game for everyone. The story is cliched, oddly paced and tropey. The incredibly expensive facial recognition tech is somewhat let down by the clunky dialogue system. But in spite of all that, it does a fantastic job of capturing the feel of being at the heart of Noir Detective stories. Even Better, LA Noire is a perfect game to play with a group of friends. Following the clues, making connections and catching lying witnesses out is better with company
The Legend Of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a love letter to the venerable series. It is a summation of everything that makes the Zelda games wonderful, whilst also making the gameplay fun and approachable for older and newer players alike.
No game is more anticipated for the Nintendo Switch than The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. I got to try it out. So far, it’s exactly what I’ve been hoping for.
At some point, Fire Emblem, the turn based strategy series from Nintendo, got really really popular. To the point where we now have four different games being announced in the one day.
Nintendo First Party Titles were the main draws at the Hands-On event, With Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and ARMS being three games that seem to highlight everything the Nintendo Switch has to offer.
For me, the Nintendo Switch Hands on event started with mini game collection 1-2 Switch. A party game, designed around direct competition, and definitely built to show off the new controllers.
Nintendo Switch First Party titles are going to be the main draw for the new gaming system. So what did last night’s presentation bring from Nintendo themselves?
Nintendo seem to have learned their lesson from the announcement of the WiiU. Where that announcement was a bloated, feature filled exercise in justifying its own existence, and the Console suffered from a confusing brand name that didn’t help. The Switch looks different. The Switch is Different.