Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition Review – Nintendo Switch

Reading Time: 4 minutes Super Mega Baseball 2 is the pinnacle of baseball on the Nintendo Switch. Although an easy title to win after the abysmal offerings on the Switch to date, it is a title I think SMB2 will hold for quite some time. Developers, Metalhead, have spotted an opportunity to capitalise on the misdemeanours of baseball games before it and ported their 2018 hard-hitter to the Switch.

Team Sonic Racing

Reading Time: 4 minutes Team Sonic Racing combines the best elements of arcade and fast-paced competitive style racing as you face-off with friends in intense multiplayer racing. Race together and work together as a team by sharing power-ups and speed boosts. Take control of your racing style – Choose from 3 distinct character types and unlock game-changing vehicle customisation options to suit your racing style. Gear Up, Speed Up – Team Racing at Sonic Speed!

KILL la KILL – IF Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes KILL la KILL – IF is based on the 2014 anime KILL la KILL by Studio Trigger, which received plenty of critical praise. For those unfamiliar with the series, it blends a combination of magical girl glamour and transformation (Sailor Moon) with the over the top battle and constant stakes upping of a shonen anime (Naruto or Dragon Ball). But unlike many anime that are turned into fighting games, KILL la KILL is comprised of a mere 24 episodes, which are expanded upon in KILL la KILL – IF.

Terraria Review – Nintendo Switch

Reading Time: 7 minutes Terraria, a 2D adventure/crafter/builder game, has, since its original release in May 2011 on PC, gone on to become one of the top-selling indie games of all time. To date, it has sold over 25 million copies across all systems, including PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Nintendo 3DS to name just a few. Re-Logic and 505 Games have now brought the game over to the Nintendo Switch. The big question here: does Terraria have enough new content to justify its selling price for experienced players? In addition, does it have a compelling and interesting gameplay loop to keep new players interested to carry on playing? Let us find out.

PixARK Review

Reading Time: 7 minutes Title: PixARKDeveloper: Snail Games USAPublisher: Snail Games USAWebsite: https://pixark.snail.com/Genre: Adventure, Multiplayer, Role-Playing, ActionPlatform: Nintendo SwitchAge Rating: Teen – Crude Humour, Fantasy Violence, Mild BloodRelease Date: 31/05/2019 Price: £49.99 – Rapid Reviews UK was very kindly provided with a review code […]

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Review – Nintendo Switch

Reading Time: 5 minutes Title: Dragon Quest Builders 2Developer: Square EnixPublisher: NintendoWebsite: https://dragonquest.square-enix-games.com/builders2/en-gb/home/Genre: Action, Role-PlayingPlatform: Nintendo SwitchAge Rating: PEGI 7Release Date: Out Now – 12/07/19Price: £49.99 – Rapid Reviews UK were very kindly provided with a review code for this […]

Streets of Rogue Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes Matt Dabrowski, a one-man-band hailing from Los Angeles, is a University of Southern California graduate with a wealth of expertise in the industry. Starting out as a Quality Assurance Analyst for Blizzard Entertainment, he is now an independent game developer who has provided Streets of Rogue for our gaming pleasure. Described as ‘Nuclear Throne meets Deus Ex, mixed with the anarchy of GTA’, it is evident that this is a true labour of love for Matt and one every gamer should be experiencing.

Super Mario Maker 2 Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes A game which quickly became my most anticipated Nintendo Switch title of the first half of 2019, Super Mario Maker 2 released to much fanfare and high expectations. A sequel to the WiiU title of the same name – minus the 2 – in 2015, the Nintendo published Mario extravaganza promised creativity, freedom and ingenuity unlike anything seen in a game before. When the review code dropped into the Rapid Review inbox, the hype had reached fever pitch. With little margin for error, especially with the ‘no online multiplayer between friends’ debacle of May ’19, we double jumped right in!