Taken on iPhone 6
LEGO City Undercover was a great game. As for the story, it was okay. It was nothing great, though.
The game has good playability. It is recommended to play more on TV with the Pro Controller (or two with multiplayer split-screen) but Joy-cons were fine when needed. The Joy-cons were acceptable while undocked.
Now, it was a LEGO game so don’t expect anything of the likes of Grand Theft Auto V or Resident Evil VII, but it had decent graphics. It even was on par with the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions. Although, its counterparts had slightly better visuals. (The PC version had major issues.)
The game’s soundtrack was good. The ending themes may be more favorable.
LEGO City Undercover is a good game. If you have a Switch, then consider picking up this game while waiting for some other third-party titles to release.
Screenshot from: https://youtu.be/tKlRN2YpxRE
Friday releasese are Nintendo’s day. The company released Mario Kart 8 Deluxe on Switch today.
Mario Kart 8 was originally released in May of 2014 on the Wii U. The console did not do so well, however it was one of the best selling games on the console. Perhaps Nintendo decided to upgrade to a new version on Switch due to the poor sales on Wii U. So in a sense, it makes sense to do this. But it would also make sense to do that with Double Dash on GameCube.
Anyway, the game is available on Switch today.
Screenshot taken on iPhone 6
For those of you non-3D fans that still like playing 3DS games, you are in luck. Nintendo has showed us the more powerful NEW 2DS system. They uploaded a reveal video yesterday on YouTube. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/3lxNHhgMuTg
KAMIKO is available now on Nintendo Switch via eShop. It can be purchased for only $4.99 USD / €4.59 EUR. The game is a one player retro-action kind of game. This looks like a good buy, too. So why not look into it?
Puyo Puyo Tetris released on the Nintendo eShop store yesterday for Switch. It can be purchased for $29.99 USD. It can be thought if a remaster to Tetris and the other Puyo Puyo games. I guess I am a little more familiar with Dr. Robotnik’s Mean Bean Machine because that is what it reminds me of a lot.
After getting in contact with the offical Twitter page of Ira: Act I: Privileges, it was confirmed the game will be making way onto PlayStation 4. The following states, “Ira will be coming to all major platforms including the PS4.”
Screenshot captured on iPhone 7 from Twitter App
The game will be available on all current gen platforms. This includes Xbox One and Switch. There is also a PC and macOS version, as well as a Mobile version in development.