Category Archives: Switch

Nintendo has come a long way

Got a reminder in my inbox earlier this week that “Prison Princess” was now available on the Switch, and I’m just tickled to see a mildly-pervy game spotlighted under a huge Mario header. I don’t know much about this particular … Continue reading

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Ports, Ports and more Ports, or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying And Love the Switch.

Welp. It’s been over a month since the last time I put anything up here, so anyone who WAS reading the blog before I went off into my crazed FFXIV addiction is probably gone.  I guess I can start from … Continue reading

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Super Real Mahjong PVI for Nintendo Switch

Finally, it is 2019 and there is time for …not Klax.  Klax is not available on the Nintendo Switch.  Super Real Mahjong PVI, on the other hand, is!  Let’s talk about it a little bit. First, of course, an apology … Continue reading

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If you think Mahjong ain’t happening, get down with the midnight fever.

OK.  So I am probably one of about ten people who still remembers Super Zugan, a Kitty Films / Studio Dean production from the early 90s, but the damn theme song keeps getting stuck in my head whenever I buy … Continue reading

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In which, stuff does not spark joy.

The last few weeks have been great weeks for cleaning out my space, both in terms of physical space and in terms of the game backlog. Both have involved a lot of throwing things out and taking things to charity … Continue reading

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Try Holding With Both Hands: Dark Souls on the Switch

Back in September, I decided to play the PS3 version of Dark Souls, since I’d never played the console versions and kind of wanted to see just how bad Blighttown really was. It’s bad.  Woo boy is it ever.  I … Continue reading

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Kemono Friends Picross

Another day, another budget digital-only Switch game.  Today’s topic is “Kemono Friends Picross”, yours for a reasonable $9.99 from the Nintendo eShop. I’m not really sure why Kemono Friends became as popular of a show as it did.  It’s low-budget … Continue reading

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