Another busy week in the Nintendo world is over. We saw a stunning Switch firmware update that included the resurgence of the famous arcade racing series, Switch pricing “adjustment” in Europe, the 20th anniversary of the valuable console, and the much-requested feature Bluetooth audio support.
After all, it’s relaxing Discuss the weekend game plan. A few metersMembers of the Nintendo Life Team are doing the following, so feel free to read the entry and join us in the comments section. fun!
Tom Whitehead, Deputy Editor-in-Chief
Like many, I collapsed and picked it up eastward, so the Metroid Dread finally arrival. As we aim to finish the Oxenfree playthrough and actually see the Deep Sea Into The Depths to the end, we will continue to explore the backlog (both are recommended, especially for headphones).
Other places I’m playing Skillful escape, This is very simple in terms of gameplay, but very fun to experience. Colorful, psychedelic and great sound. I’ll probably finish it by the end of the weekend.
PJ O’Reilly, Reviewer
Hello. This weekend, RiMS Racing will redefine the engine review style, and Rush Rally 3 will hit some cars against some trees to finally make time for Eastward. I got the Rush Rally 3 for just a few pounds at last week’s e-shop sale and was impressed with how fast and fun the arcade was. There is nothing more punishable than a simpler effort. Attack the truck enough.
And when it comes to Eastward, well, everyone is constantly on the move, so I feel I need to get stuck and see what I’m missing. FOMO initialization. No matter what you are doing or playing, have a good weekend.
Filler Reynolds, Reviewer
Hello everyone! This weekend I will dive into East Ward. It looks absolutely fun. I’m a true sucker of pixel graphics and the visuals here look amazing, so I hope the gameplay goes well too!
I have no other plans for Switch this week, Yakuza: Like a dragon And in Series X, Superliminal is over. I loved Switch’s Superliminal, so I’ll try again if I get the chance. Certainly highly recommended!
Gonçalo Lopes, Reviewer
Wow, it’s been hot since I wrote one of these. A new love for Game Boy Advance means that you’re hungry for Metroidvania’s action after revisiting to complete both Metroid: Zero Mission and Metroid Fusion during an extended break … Castlevania: May revisit Aria of sorrow. I’m currently playing Front Mission on SNES. This is a masterpiece that should take a few more weeks to clear. All that’s left is my extensive and ever-growing legendary Switch backlog and last week’s release. To be honest, No More Heroes III was such a great ride that I don’t know what to choose next. Finding a suitable alternative can be difficult.
This week’s game is, of course, Cruis’n Blast. It’s hard to believe that there are absolutely no arcade racers in this generation of markets, so whenever a good one comes out, it takes precedence. It’s time to unlock the more crazy vehicles.
As always, thank you for reading! Please leave a comment below about the weekend game plan.