Upcoming Games- Remi Lore: (2019)

There are so many cool games that the world is looks forward to seeing on multiple game consoles in 2019. One of the few titles that does get talked about as much which is expected to appear on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch next year is a rouge-lite hack ‘n slash title developed by Pixellore Inc & Published by Nicalis called Remi Lore: Lost Girl in the Land of Love. The game has an interesting plot involving the main protagonist Remi has she try to escape the magical world Ragnoah with the help of a talking book named Lore. The anime-style visuals for Remi Lore looks very impressive and features co-op local two player gameplay.

As it currently stands Remi Lore is expected to appear on February 26th of next year. While its possible that Remi Lore can easily be overshadowed by big releases for the PlayStation 4 & Xbox One in 2019 there is no doubt that this rouge-like title can definitely be an attraction for the Nintendo Switch. For those who want to pre-order Remi Lore they can do so for $39.99 in electronic retail stores such as Best Buy before its official release.

Grid: Autosport coming to the Nintendo Switch in 2019

There have seen so many announcements in relation to upcoming video game releases for various systems thought this year. The announcement regarding the upcoming racing title Grid Autosport Mobile for the Nintendo Switch is one that caught many people by surprise. For those who are unaware Grid Autosport was a title developed by Codemasters that was initially released back in June 2014 for the PlayStation 3 and the Xbox 360 before appearing on the iOS in 2017. It should be noted that the Switch version of Grid Autosport will be developed by Feral Interactive the same company that also worked on the development of iPhone version of the game as well.

As it currently stands the actual release date for Grid: Autosport on the Switch has yet to be revealed. However, there is no question that aside from the likes of Mario Kart 8: Deluxe Grid: AutoSport will be somewhat of an attraction for the Nintendo Switch next year seeing that the console is lacking high profile racing titles right now.

Upcoming Switch Games- Super Hydorah: (2018)

There are so many big games that the world is looking forward to seeing next year in 2019. However, there are still some games that will be coming our way as this year comes to a close and one of them is a 2D shoot em up title called Super Hydorah a title which was initially released back in 2017 on Steam. Super Hydorah was developed by Abylight Studios, Locomalito and Gryzor87 and its an interesting game because it has many features that will contribute to the overall replay value of the game itself. Super Hydorah has at least 20 different levels with 35 bosses along with a non-linear level layout which was something that was not too common in 2D arcade shoot em up titles back in the early 90’s.

As it currently stands Super Hydorah is expected to appear on the Nintendo Switch eShop on November 15th. If you are a retro gamer and were fans of shoot em up titles such as the R-Type series than you will love Super Hydorah despite its level of difficulty. It will interesting to see how popular Super Hydorah becomes on the Nintendo Switch following its release on November 15th.

Upcoming Games- Boundless: (2018)

There are so many upcoming video games that the world is looking forward too as we progress throughout the rest of the year into 2019. One game that many people are excited to see on the PlayStation 4 this upcoming Fall is a massive multiplayer online sandbox game developed by Wonderstruck Games entitled Boundless. For those who are unaware Boundless was originally released for early access on PC through Steam back in November 2014. The cool thing about Boundless is that players will have the ability to play the game in either first or third person as they shape the world around them as they craft various items such as weapons and machines.

One of the biggest features about this game that stands out the most about Boundless is the cross platform gameplay that will allow PS4 and PC players to be apart of the same online universe. If anything the cross platform gameplay will play a significant role in the success of Boundless since its starting to become a The next big thing with titles such as Fortnite and Minecraft. For those who are interested in purchasing Boundless for the PlayStation 4 this game will be available on September 11th of this year.

Will Multiplayer Gameplay add to the appeal of Stardew Valley?

As many people know Stardew Valley is probably one of the most popular farm-simulation games of the 10’s decade. Since its initial release back in February 2016 the game has managed to be a success across multiple consoles including the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and the Nintendo Switch. Not only has Stardew Valley managed to sell over 3.5 million units worldwide but it has also made millions of dollars in revenue for the game’s publisher Chucklefish within the past few years.

As popular as Stardew Valley has been so far the addition of a multiplayer mode will only add to the overall replay value of the game itself. The multiplayer mode will enable players to recruit up three friends who can help each other manage their farm along with various crops & livestock. Also, the multiplayer mode will add a touch of realism as players will be able to get married within the game. Also, players will be able to share messages through chat boxes which is vital to effective communication in regards to working together. The multiplayer update is expected to launch on August 1st and is a feature that will make Stardew Valley more appealing than ever.

King of Fighters XIV (2016) vs Killer Instinct (2013) which game had more success?

When it comes down to mainstream fighting titles of the 10’s decade the world got to see the release of many cool games including Marvel vs Capcom 3, Tekken X Street Fighter, Injustice 1 & 2, Super Street Fighter IV, Dragonball FighterZ and more. However, there are surprisingly good fighting games such as King of Fighters XIV and Killer Instinct that have seemingly been overshadowed throughout the 10’s decade.

In terms of gameplay both King of Fighters XIV along with Killer Instinct are both solid. But far as in game soundtracks are concerned some might give the edge to Killer Instinct. It seemed like the BGM for Killer Instinct was one of the many things about the game that stood out the most. Also, the combo system in Killer Instinct was very impressive and was one of the features that contributed to the game’s appeal similar to the older games in the series.

As far as gameplay in King of Fighters XIV is concerned it was also something that was interesting especially considering the fact that players had the ability to perform three different types of Super Moves. In some ways King of Fighters XIV felt like SNK’s version of Super Street Fighter IV but as far a visuals are concerned some would argue that this game paled in comparison to the Killer Instinct game from 2013. In terms of which game was better overall depends on which series one has been a fan of in the past.

SNES Classic vs Game Boy Advance which console is better?

Since its release in the Fall of 2017 the SNES Classic has been considered on Elle of the most most popular retro based game consoles of the 10’s. The SNES Classic allows people to play several classics from the early 90’s such as Super Mario World, Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past, Super Metroid, F-Zero and many other titles that are build into the console. Shortly, after the release of the SNES Classic news had broke on the internet that hacks were discovered that allows people to add other games that weren’t originally feature on the retro based console.

The idea of being able to add more games on the SNES Classic definitely changes the overall value of the console itself. Now when we look at the Game Boy Advance which was one of the most popular handheld game consoles of the 00’s we got to see SNES Classics either remade or ported for that game system. However, there were also several titles that was exclusively available for the Game Boy Advance such as the Pokémon games, Golden Sun, Legacy of Goku II and the Sonic Advance series which we never got on the SNES back in the 90’s. In terms of which game console is better is hard for some people to decide.

But there are others who are inclined to argue in favor of SNES especially since the hack allows players to add many classics that were never ported for the Game Boy Advance back in the the 00’s.

Games such as Actraiser, Illusion of Gaia and Zombie eat my neighbor was never ported for the Game Boy Advance back in the early 00’s. If players want they could add these classics to the SNES Classic. However, if one has been a hardcore fan of the Pokémon set since the late 90’s and the early 00’s then Game Boy Advance is more likely to be appealing.