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Game review: Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020
Since the release of Mario Party, Nintendo fans have been waiting for a new party game full of mini games they can play alone or with friends. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is exactly that.
Game review: Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth - Complete Edition (Switch)
With around 90 hours of combined play time, Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth: Complete Edition makes a great Nintendo Switch port packed with content at reasonable price.
Game review: Luigi's Mansion 3
Every Nintendo fan who owns a Switch should give this game a try. Yes is it slow at first, but stick with it and you will be rewarded with spooky fun times.
Game review: The Eyes of Ara (Switch)
The Eyes of Ara is a first-person point and click puzzle game that was initially released in 2016 to Steam and mobile phones. The game was highly received by fans, which made it a really exciting Nintendo Switch port.
Game review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt Complete Edition (Switch)
Switch players are getting the full Witcher 3 story and gameplay experience.
Game review: The Legend of Zelda: Link’s Awakening on the Switch
Link’s Awakening on Nintendo’s Switch is as if the developers had taken my rose-tinted memory of the original Game Boy game and put it in my Switch.
Hands-on review: Spyro Reignited Trilogy for Nintendo Switch
How well did this trilogy age? Is the switch a good home for it? This is what I aim to find out.
Game review: Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled - the hardest Switch racing game
The difficulty provides hardcore gamers with a challenge that will keep them playing.
Game review: Super Mario Maker 2, The last 2D Mario game you need to buy
No matter which Super Mario game is your favourite, there is a way to create a level in that style.
Razer’s new range of top-shelf gaming headsets
The flagship model's HyperSense intelligent haptics delivers the ultimate immersive gaming audio experience.
Game review: Broforce gets Switched
Devolver Digital’s seminal retro-shooter, Broforce, brings its awesomeness to the Nintendo Switch.
Hands-on review: Sonic Mania Plus is a fast paced experience
Sonic Mania came out last year and is often regarded to be one of the best Sonic games of all time. Now a newer version of the game is here.
E3 2018: Here are the highlights from Nintendo's conference
Nintendo held another Nintendo Direct this early morning in NZ time and a host of exciting things were announced.
E3 2018 press conference times for Australia and New Zealand
It's E3 2018 next week and many of the press conferences will be streamed online. Here are the times you need to wake up to see all of them.
Nintendo announces a brand new adjustable charging stand for its Switch console
Nintendo has announced a brand new adjustable charging stand for the Nintendo Switch console coming out later this year.
New Zealand and Australian prices revealed for paid Nintendo Switch service
Nintendo will be releasing its own paid online service later this year and the company has finally revealed how much it will cost users each month.
Crash Bandicoot, Super Smash Bros. and more games getting released to the Nintendo Switch
Nintendo Direct was held earlier today and Nintendo made lots of exciting announcements for the Switch console.
Hands-on review: Lost Sphear is an old-school JRPG
Lost Sphear is a new JRPG that came out recently for PC, PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Does it offer anything new to the genre?
Update: It does not look like a Netflix app will be available on Nintendo Switch anytime soon
It looks like Nintendo Switch owners will have to wait longer for a Netflix app to come. There are no plans for it to be on the Switch.
New Switch ports and video games announced in Nintendo Direct
Nintendo announced at a new Nintendo Direct several cool video games coming to the Switch console. This includes a few new games as well as ports.
Several huge video games to look forward to in 2018
2017 has been a great year for video games no matter which console you own. We try our best to rank the best 2018 games.
FutureFive NZ's top five video games released in the year of 2017
2017 has been a great year for video games no matter which console you own. We try our hardest to rank the best we've played all year.
Mario plus Rabbids Kingdom Battle: The X-com/Mario crossover no-one expected is here
This game combines the cute world of Mario with the hardcore-tactical gameplay of X-com...
Nintendo's new frantic fighter lets players take up ARMS
The latest fun-filled fight-fest from Nintendo features spring loaded arms and interchangeable fists. Sounds crazy and amazing to us.