22nd Sep2021

Wolverine Wednesday #46

by Ian Wells

Wolverine #14-#15 Writer: Benjamin Percy | Artist: Adam Kubert | Colourist: Frank Martin | Letters: Cory Petit In these two issues we were promised the resumption in rivalry between Wolverine and Solem. Instead we get Wolverine facing off against a new character with some ties to Solem which all need to be explained before we […]

17th Aug2021

‘Outbreak: Endless Nightmares’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

[NOTE: This review is of the ORIGINAL Switch release of this game, not the recently updated/patched version… Mainly because I refuse to replay this game again!] Created by Dead Drop Studios (in reality solo developer Evan Wolbach), Outbreak: Endless Nightmares is the latest game to grace modern consoles in the Outbreak series, this time mixing […]

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20th Jul2021

Retro-Spective: ‘Wonderboy: Asha in Monster World’ & ‘Alex Kidd in Miracle World DX’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

Video game nostalgia seems to be at an all-time high right now; either that or video game studios have just run out of ideas. Whatever the reason, we’re currently in the midst of a wave of old-school early video games getting reboots, remakes or reduxes. Case in point, the recently-released high def remakes of Wonderboy: […]

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13th Jul2021

‘Epistory – Typing Chronicles’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Alain Elliott

Released five years ago on PC, Epistory – Typing Chronicles brings its unusual game and style of gameplay to Nintendo Switch. Reading up on Epistory before I played it, I was instantly drawn to it because it seemed like something I had never played before. Recently I have really been enjoying trying new genres and […]

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07th Jul2021

Digital Shorts: ‘Forward to the Sky’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at Forward to the Sky, an anime-inspired puzzler-come-hack-slash game out now on the Nintendo eShop. I’m not going to lie, I was […]

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21st Jun2021

‘Skyland Rush: Air Raid Attack’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

A shooting rush game against creatures of the dark! Shoot and fly through the sky of Skylandia in an epic adventure. How far can you get? Dash into the world and challenge your skills in this side-scrolling game! Evil has taken over Skylandia! Zenya needs your help! Survive the sneaky attacks of various bugsters, ominous […]

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21st Jun2021

‘Instant Sports Tennis’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

A few years ago Nintendo released a little console called the Wii; a console that didn’t really appeal to “gamers” and one that seemingly was destined to the scrap heap… But then something happened. Your mum had a play and loved the motion controls, then invited your dad to play and he loved it too! […]

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26th May2021

‘Layers of Fear 2’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Alain Elliott

Reviewing video games has continued to help me play genres that I have rarely played before or not played at all. This time with Layers of Fear 2, I played a completely different type of horror game, an investigatory horror game. For those that have read my reviews for Nerdly before, you will know that […]

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11th May2021

‘Skate City’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Alain Elliott

I’m sure there are many gamers out there who, like me, have only ever played the Tony Hawk’s games when it comes to skating games. Yes, there have been some since and there were ones before but it was the one that everyone played. And as it is yet to appear on the Nintendo Switch […]

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22nd Apr2021

‘The Mysterious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde’ Review (Switch)

by Alain Elliott

One of the reasons I was most looking forward to playing The Mysterious Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde was because it is a genre of game I have never really played. Although I have my favourite genres I’m not the type of gamer that will just stick to a few. Platformers, racers, sports, […]

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15th Apr2021

Digital Shorts: ‘Breakpoint’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at twin-stick slasher (NOT shooter), Breakpoint. Breakpoint is a twin-stick slasher that provides all the hectic action of a bullet hell with […]

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07th Apr2021

‘Future Aero Racing S Ultra’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Alain Elliott

As soon as you mention futuristic racer and video games a couple of franchises come straight to mind to many players. For some it will be Wipeout, which started out on Playstation but for those Nintendo lovers like myself, their minds will go straight to F-Zero. A franchise that hasn’t had a new game in […]

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01st Apr2021

‘Faircroft’s Antiques: Home For Christmas’ & ‘Heir of Glen Kinnoch’ Review (Switch)

by Phil Wheat

Faircroft’s Antiques: Home For Christmas Mia Faircroft’s Hidden Object travels continue! With her friend Maria Wise in tow, Mia returns to her family for a well-earned break. But home is not without its fair share of problems, and soon she gets to work to rescue the holidays! Explore vividly realized hidden object scenes, restore works […]

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31st Mar2021

‘Kingdom Tales 1 & 2’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

Developer Cateia Games and publisher Ocean Media have made something of a career of releasing point and click strategy game after point and click strategy game on the Nintendo Switch – games like Cavemen Tales, Country Tales, Tales from Dragon Mountain and Where Angels Cry. The latter two are more traditional point and click titles, […]

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30th Mar2021

‘Space Invaders Forever’ Review (Switch)

by Phil Wheat

It’s been almost 45 years since Space Invaders hit arcades (2018 was the official 40th Anniversary of the first game) and sincve then the series has appeared on pretty much every home computer and console since then – in various forms, from the original format to todays review, Space Invaders Forever. But why two games? […]

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11th Mar2021

‘SNK vs. Capcom: Match of the Millennium’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

Around two decades ago I took the plunge and bought a Neo Geo Pocket – I couldn’t afford the Neo Geo itself so I saw the Pocket (and the Pocket Colour) as the next best thing. Of course the consoles were light years apart graphically but that didn’t stop SNK bringing some of their biggest […]

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01st Feb2021

‘Pang Adventures: Buster Edition’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

The Pang series follows the adventures of two brothers on a global quest to save the world from alien invasion and in Pang Adventures: Buster Edition, the latest franchise revival by developer and publisher Dotemu (Windjammers, Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, Streets of Rage 4) – finally released (almost 2 years after the digital version) […]

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04th Dec2020

‘Descenders’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

For years now I’ve been on the search for that perfect biking game… Yes, I know, its a very niche genre to enjoy and it is – currently – dominated by by the likes of the Trials games and the myriad of clones it inspired. However there have been some great, in fact ONE great […]

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03rd Dec2020

‘Let’s Sing 2021’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

Now in it’s 2021 iteration, the RavensCourt/Voxler Let’s Sing franchise is now seemingly the only karaoke game left in a market that used to be completely saturated… Thankfully Let’s Sing 2021 is STILL flying the flag for a genre that, only a few years ago was flourishing. So what happened? Well I blame TikTok… I […]

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03rd Dec2020

‘The Takeover’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

It would seem that a little indie game called Raging Justice, whilst not being the mega-hit I wanted it to be (lets just say I’m a huge fan of that game!) on its release in 2018, has succeeded in at least being the catalyst for the return of the side-scrolling beat ’em-up to current gen […]

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30th Nov2020

‘G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

I was sooooo looking forward to the latest G.I. Joe video game. I think I was one of the few that actually enjoyed their last console outing, the movie tie-in come sequel The Rise of Cobra, and remember putting in some solid hours on both the PS3 and Wii iterations… And as a Joe fan, […]

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12th Nov2020

‘Micro Pico Racers’ Review (Nintendo Switch)

by Phil Wheat

Remember the heyday of Micro Machines? Those tiny little diecast cars that kids, at least of my generation, went crazy for… Well if you’re old enough to remember the toys, then you’re surely old enough to remember the video games! Spanning multiple consoles, including (but not limited to) the Sega Megadrive, Commodore Amiga and the […]

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