10tons strikes again with yet another port of one of their games to the Nintendo Switch. It seems that every second game on the eShop is now one of their titles. Thankfully their games are fairly cheap and of a decent standard in general. Have they served up an ace with Tennis in the Face? Let’s find out!
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Wave Race was one of my favourite games on the N64, which was a surprise as I don’t tend to get on with racing games. There was something about the game that kept drawing me back and wanting to do better each time. So when I saw Riptide coming out for the Switch and for only £9.99, I was seriously interested and wondered if it could scratch that watery itch. However, being honest, the combination of the low price point and the relatively small install size (151mb) dampened my expectations, as did my understanding that this had come from a mobile game. I honestly expected it to be “not all that”.
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After pumping out their back catalogue on the Switch’s eShop, 10tons are back with their latest game, Crimsonland. According to 10tons themselves, they’re half way through putting their entire game library on Nintendo’s ever growing system.
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The Nintendo Switch is quickly becoming a hotbed of indie and mobile ports, with developers trying to potentially introduce their titles to a new audience. iFun4all is one of the latest to bring over their catalogue, with Red Game Without A Great Name being their second title to release on the Switch in two weeks (Green Game: TimeSwapper being their first).
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