Genki Switch Bluetooth Adapter Review

Genki Switch Bluetooth Adapter Review

In this review we discuss the Genki Bluetooth Adapter by Human Things and how well it works with multiple bluetooth headphones, including AirPods. This adapter will allow you to listen to bluetooth audio from your Nintendo Switch Console. We discuss…

Miles & Kilo – Nintendo Switch – Review

The Switch is turning into an 8/16-bit game fan’s paradise as of late, there are so many awesome little downloadable titles showing up on the eShop these days. When I saw that the sequel to the fantastic auto-runner Kid Tripp was coming out and that […]

Squids Odyssey Review – Nintendo Switch

Squids Odyssey is an interesting blend of physics-based action and turn-based strategy. You control a band of cephalopods who are on an adventure to save their beloved ocean from an invading force of black, goopy, corrupted shellfish. Squids first made an appearance on the iOS […]

YUSO Review – Nintendo Switch

What does popping bubbles in the club have to do with saving the solar system? I’m not sure, but when you figure it out please let me know. YUSO, is a game about popping bubbly faces while getting a bit of a story from the […]

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Fe Review – Nintendo Switch

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Super One More Jump Review

The Switch is quickly turning into an Indie Game powerhouse, every week seems to bring us a treasure trove of gaming goodness. The unfortunate side effect of this endless bounty is that sometimes hidden gems are buried. It’s because of this that I try to […]

How We Soar PSVR, Reviewed

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