Another eShop release, another shooter. It seems to be a genre almost synonymous with the Nintendo Switch these days. Not that I’m complaining, I’ve become quite the fan thanks to the myriad of choices available.
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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Teslagrad. A game that’s been out a while, released on multiple platforms since its initial 2013 release. It even had a physical release on the Nintendo Wii U, that’s how much it’s been around. Despite that, this is actually my first time playing it. I wasn’t particularly looking forward to it, I never am with ports of older titles that have been on everything, but I am without a doubt, very happy I chose to review Teslagrad.
Syberia 2 is an odd one for me to review. The second entry in a well loved series that has seen re-releases on the Nintendo Switch, I didn’t get to review the first one. Always an awkward position to be in. But nonetheless, as someone who is quite the fan of adventure games in the classic sense, I was excited to get to finally get to grips with the Syberia series, even if it’s not the ideal place to start.