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Wingspan Review - A Brand New Strategy Card Game For Nintendo Switch

Wingspan is the latest from publisher Stonemaier Games . This publisher, through its games like Viticulture , Scythe,  or Charterstone to name a few, is becoming one of the most innovative, dynamic, and interesting publishers to follow in the small world of playful creation. Just through one of its creators, Jamey Stegmaier, who offers real conferences or master classes from his living room on social networks, and likes to share his vision, his ideas, and his thoughts on the world of gaming. So I can only suggest you go and have a look by yourself, it is extremely informative! Then because Stonemaier Games offers real little jewels in boxes. They don't just take out the games, they give it real care and the content as much as the container is neat. Themes are not just there to ride this or that mode - you just have to look at Scythe and its extremely immersive and deep theme. Wingspan is a perfect illustration of this with its theme which, at first glance, would only raise the b

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity - When the Heroes Rise

While many were waiting for  Breath of the Wild 2 , Nintendo had the brilliant idea of ​​re-partnering with Koei Tecmo and Omega Force to create this band new Zelda episode:  All of that with a mix of the beautiful and colorful universe of the series’s most acclaimed episodes with the musou style of the Warriors games, That was a hope for a very promising marriage between them. The third-party studio already had great success with the first Hyrule Warriors so Nintendo was open to loaning them the franchise again. Does Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity have the right recipe for making us wait until the sequel? Let's find more now! To the rescue of Hyrule Before the century of darkness leading up to the events of Breath of the Wild , there was one last great fight. This pitted the forces of Hyrule against that of the terrible Scourge Ganon, and the King of Hyrule hoped to save the kingdom from this threat. However, Zelda accompanied by Link and Impa traveled the counties to unite

Kirby Fighters 2 Review, A Super Smash Bros. Lite?

Developed by HAL Labs, and published by Nintendo, Kirby Fighters 2 is a fighting game set in the Kirby license universe. Released on September 24, 2020, on Nintendo Switch, it is the sequel to the first episode of the game, Kirby Fighters Deluxe, released on 3DS in 2014. Discover our review of Kirby Fighters 2 . For information, Kirby Fighters Deluxe was a small game already inspired by a mini-game present in Kirby Triple Deluxe. Kirby and its rivals! When the player turns on his console and starts the famous game, he will come across a classic menu, but rather pretty. Several options will be available to him: combat mode, online or locally, as well as story and solitaire mode. Let's start with the one that many will begin with: the story. You might say, this player is a Kirby, so the story is simple, perhaps too simple, for some: “King Dadidou and Meta Knight have opposed Kirby many times, even going so far as to ally on occasion. In order to defeat Kirby once and for all, the li

The Top 10 Games For Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is an incredible gaming console, with the lineup now including the portable-only Nintendo Switch Lite. Both consoles are completely different from everything else, with the Lite being the best portable gaming machine and the standard Switch offering the best of all worlds, whether you're playing at home on your TV or on the go on its 6.2-inch screen. inches. But what are the best games for one or the other Switch? What are the best games to shell out right now? Here are my picks for Nintendo console essentials.  So if you are ready for this journey and find out what are the best games you could get for the Nintendo Switch, well just keep on reading. Super Mario Odyssey Not only is one of the best games 3D platformer on any console today, but it is also one of the best Mario games. It is even better than the Super Mario 64 and others consoles over the years and plus it is also full of secrets and surprises that you'll be playing it for a long time even after