Review: Minibird Wireless Controller for Nintendo Switch

Minibird recently released four new controllers for the Nintendo Switch. The Pop Top wireless controllers are almost identical to the Pro Controller, for a few bucks less. Anyone in the market for a colorful controller for his or her Nintendo Switch may be charmed by the new Minibird Pop Top...
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Review: Apex Legends on Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is an amazingly powerful device. Over the years we saw dozens of impressive Switch versions. Unfortunately, Apex Legends isn't such an impressive port. Apex Legends is now playable on Nintendo Switch. As you might have guessed, the hybrid handheld version has to compromise on many levels. For...
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Review: The Outer Worlds for Nintendo Switch

The Outer Worlds aren't necessarily new. But for Nintendo Switch fans, because since Friday 5 June the game is also available for Nintendo's hybrid console from 2017. Does Obsidian finally answer that Fallout cravings for the Switch players? We'll figure it out for you. Nintendo Switch ports are a well-known...
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Review: Overwatch, on the Nintendo Switch

Overwatch is a well-known phenomenon , on PC and on console. However, there was one more variant for the game that was missing: the Nintendo Switch. This 'Legendary Edition' brings all the content that was already available directly to the Switch. Overwatch while pooping? Yeah, that seems like a great...
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Review: Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered – Nintendo Switch

Earlier we did a review about the Playstation version of Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered . But, the game would also get a separate Nintendo Switch variant and it has arrived! How does the handheld console hold up against its big nephews and nieces?The Assassin's Creed franchise has two pillars consisting of a free open...
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Review: Diablo 3 Eternal Collection – Nintendo Switch

Diablo 3 is already a few years old, but the latest port of this game on the Nintendo Switch proves once again that Diablo is certainly not a forgotten child. If Diablo Immortal is not up your alley, but you prefer something more of the same as long as we wait...
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Review: GoVacation

  The holiday period has been going on for a while now, many are traveling by plane or by car. But his journey can of course lead to a bit of boredom. And Nintendo is now responding well to that, via their Switch. With GoVacation you have a fun and...
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Review: Mario plays tennis in Mario Tennis Aces

  One takes the Nintendo Switch, you pick up Nintendo's most popular character and you pick up a sport. Voila, you have Mario Tennis Aces. <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">We packed our tennis clothes, the joy con as a racket and joined Mario and his friends for a nice game...
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Review: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Doom, Crash Bandicoot, Rocket League, NBA, Fifa and WWE. These are all titles that have been ported to the Nintendo Switch. Some of those titles were great additions to the handheld, could this title be too? <p><span style="vertical-align: inherit;"><span style="vertical-align: inherit;">By now everyone is familiar with Wolftenstein II: The New...
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Review: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Mario's little friend Toad is back with a new game and adventure. Captian Toad sets out again in search of the gold stars and diamonds. Together with his girlfriend Toadette, they are ready to walk through the various puzzles again. How entertaining is this new game: Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker?...
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Review: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Switch)

  Every gamer is familiar with Crash Bandicoot. The first three games on the original Playstation might just be one of your first games of all time. A remaster of the original trilogy was released last year for the Playstation 4. It was recently released for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One...
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