Historically, when it comes to Final Fantasy games, there has been a bit of a sliding scale of gameplay types on offer, depending on which game you try playing. At one end you’ve got your top down traditional turn based RPG entries in the series, focused more on taking time to pick from menus, and […]

For approximately the next month, while Pokémon trainers around the world anxiously await the release of Pokémon Sword & Shield on Nintendo Switch, London based players can help pass the time while they wait with something a little novel. Officially opening today, London’s Shepard’s Bush area will temporarily be home to Pokémon Center London, an […]

Imagine all the good we could do with that sweet Bezos dough. Anyway, let’s talk about Blizzard’s continued rubbish, Overwatch’s shoddy Switch port, The Witcher 3’s good Switch port, and Children of Morta.

https://www.syfy.com/syfywire/pokemon-elitism-is-there-a-right-way-to-catch-em-all With over 800 Pokémon to fiund and collect, let’s worry less about policing how people collect their favourites, and spend more time enjoying catching them however we like.

I don’t think its exactly a secret to say that Nintendo doesn’t have a solid grasp on what to do with its back catalogue of software in 2019. When Nintendo released the Wii back in 2006, it was already falling behind the curve in terms of digital game downloads. Where Nintendo’s competitors were offering full […]

Over the past few weeks, I have been replaying older Pokémon games, in preparation for Sword & Shield releasing in just a few short weeks. While replaying Ultra Sun hunting for Shiny Pokémon, and trying to decide which version of the Gen 8 Pokémon games to pick up, I finally worked out why I can’t […]