I may not know how to speak Japanese but I can sing the heck out of these anime openings perfectly!
Thanks to the release of several free to play/free to start games on the Nintendo Switch, you can essentially by a Switch and not have to spend any money on games. Let me talk about each of these games briefly.
It looks like the Nintendo Switch will go through a sophomore slump as Nintendo’s presentation this week at E3 mostly focused on one big title.
It’s been more than a year since the release of Pokemon Go, Niantic’s record-breaking mobile game. Let’s take a moment to assess what has changed since then.
With a new console, expectations are high for Nintendo. How well did they do this time around?
Pokemon Go’s Special Events breathed life in a game that had turned stale. Here are some more Special Events that I’d like to recommend to keep the game interesting.
Pokemon Go has had it’s ups and downs. While recent updates have improved the overall game experience, there are still a few improvements that can be made. Here’s a list of what I want to be improved in the game.
People have stopped playing Pokemon Go, but I still do. Here are the reasons why I’m still playing the game.
Pokemon Go was a massive hit, partly due to its accessible gameplay. Recent updates have made the game less accessible though, almost to the point of making me quit the game.
Who won E3 2016? Who cares? Nintendo definitely doesn’t.