Sometimes you don’t want to play a video game. Sometimes, you just want to get your groove on.
SUPERBEAT: XONiC lets you spin a song and play it too. … Read More
Caveman Warriors is a fun new multiplayer game for the Nintendo Switch. This whacky platformer takes you wayyy back, like to the very first days of civilization. The story begins … Read More
RiME has been on my radar ever since we featured it in the pages of PNM. The gorgeous concept art from issue #34, plus James’ interview in issue #35, really … Read More
Originally released on PC back in 2003, Crimsonland finds its way onto the Switch a few years after being remastered for consoles in 2014. Surprisingly, Crimsonland has many ways of … Read More
Tennis in the Face – what a title! Not actually a sports game, this is a physics-puzzler, with “Easy to pick-up bouncer gameplay” according to the developers. You control a … Read More
I must admit that Mutant Mudds has been on my gaming do-list list for quite some time. I have looked at it many times in the eShop and passed it … Read More
Human: Fall Flat is a weird game, and I mean that in a good way. The gameplay mechanics are original, and I’ve honestly never played anything like it. The player … Read More
Teslagrad is a 2D puzzle-platforming game that’s been around for a few years, initially releasing in 2013. Since then, it’s done the rounds on a number of consoles, including the … Read More
Resident Evil has always scared the crap out of me. It was the first scary video game I had ever experienced. I remember watching my brother play the first Resident … Read More
The Resident Evil series is no stranger to Nintendo consoles with roots dating back as far as 2000’s Resident Evil 2 release on the Nintendo 64. Resident Evil Revelations was … Read More
Trevor Gould already did a great review for Just Dance 2018 on the Wii U a couple weeks back (https://purenintendo.com/just-dance-2018/) but here’s a look at the Nintendo Switch version.
I’ll … Read More
Tallowmere is a roguelike sidescroller that sees you slashing at foes, dodging traps, and even slaughtering kittens for extra health if you’re truly desperate. The quirky sense of humor manages … Read More
If you haven’t played Syberia yet, I’d suggest doing so. This sequel picks up almost immediately after the conclusion of that first game. I’d also suggest reading my Syberia review, … Read More
Most everyone knows chess – it’s been played for hundreds of years. Chess Ultra brings the classic game to Nintendo Switch, offering proven fun but in a very uneven package.
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For many Switch owners, 2017 has shown that there’s no shortage of great indie titles to sink your teeth into in between big name titles. However, aside from those various … Read More
L.A. Noire is definitely one of the more unique games to grace the Nintendo Switch, and it brings a host of great gameplay mechanics including some Switch-specific enhancements.
Players will … Read More
RIVE, while originally planned for release on the Wii U, has finally come to a Nintendo console as RIVE: Ultimate Edition. Let’s see how it stacks up!
I’ll be honest–I’ve … Read More
Remember when every game on the market was Dark Souls hard? Kid Tripp may just give you a little retro-gaming shell shock.
The Four Horses developed platformer looks and feels … Read More
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