We would first like to disclose we did receive a review copy of the game to make this review, hope you enjoy!
A Robot Named FIGHT! has to be one of the best if not the best indie game we have played that has come out of the E-Shop so far that we’ve played, it brings that classic Metroid vibe to the table in the 16-bit style we’ve missed and wanted for so long. The game is very similar to Metroid with the gameplay, weapon varieties, weird enemies, and the vast amount of secrets that are come across in each play-thru! The big difference with this game though is that every time you play the game you start up a play-thru it creates a randomly generated world for you to play in which allows for almost unlimited replay value since every run will play differently with weapon unlocks and what bosses and enemies you run in, once you die however the run will have to be reset with a new seed unless you put in the seed you see in the pause menu so you can play thru that set up of a level all over again. Along with this every time you play you unlock things like weapons and powers that will appear in the next run after you die for you to use in the game. The game runs and looks so very smooth in both docked and handheld mode allowing for a seamless transition between the two modes which is very good. The game overall is exactly what you’d expect at a great value of $15.00, it runs smoothly with little dips in fps or performance, has a lot to explore and collect to extend the replay values, and the overall fun i had from playing the game. The only down side was some glitches that happened before the boss battles and the annoyance of having to restart the game after every death bothered me very much so. TheNintendoSpot gives A Robot Named FIGHT! a 9 out of 10 review score!
I recorded some of the gameplay while i tried out the game, go check it out at this link!
Nintendo is set to have the Switch Servers, Wii U servers, and 3ds Servers go under maintenance on the next 2 day being April 23rd and 25th. Not all services will be effected but it’s said some will be.
For the Switch it’ll be April 23rd from 5:50 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. and April 25th from 7:50 to 9:30 p.m. with all times being Pacific time
For the Wii U and 3ds it’ll be just April 23rd from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Pacific time as well!
Hope this helped you be informed of when you won’t be able to access the servers!
The preorder’s for games such as Super Smash Bros Switch, Metroid Prime 4, Yoshi, Octopath Traveler, Mario Tennis Aces, Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition, and Donkey Kong Tropical Freeze all for Nintendo Switch! Amazon is a great place to order them since if you have Prime you get the games for a cheaper cost than ordering them somewhere else!
Link to all games: https://www.amazon.com/s/ref=as_li_ss_tl?keywords=B078XYF9SV|B01N5OKGLH|B078Y3HVK8|B072JYMLT3|B071JRG7RW|B01N4N8NAL|B078Y4FLCL|B01MU9VV36|B072JYTJCH|B079RZ8VCL&rh=n:468642,k:B078XYF9SV|B01N5OKGLH|B078Y3HVK8|B072JYMLT3|B071JRG7RW|B01N4N8NAL|B078Y4FLCL|B01MU9VV36|B072JYTJCH|B079RZ8VCL&qid=1520561804&sort=date-desc-rank&linkCode=sl2&tag=myamiibonewsc-20&linkId=25fa417d9e6853b4f755323c383b52d9
A new Japanese Preorder Bonus bag accidentally revealed three new characters coming to the new Nintendo Switch Title Mario Tennis Aces being Diddy Kong, Birdo, and Paratroopa will becoming to the game because we can see the symbols for them on the hand bag, still waiting for a official reveal for these characters but we hope that there will be more characters added to the game because of how good it looks!
Nintendo has just announced the Pearl and Marina Amiibo that are slated to come out on July 17th 2018! Along to go with it they also announced that preorders for the amiibo’s are available starting now! The amiibo’s are coming in a 2 pack for $24.99 at most retailers!
With the newest Nintendo Direct taking place on Thursday March 8th 2018, Nintendo decided to end the stream off with a breathtaking reveal that a new iteration of the beloved franchise Super Smash Bros would be finally making its long awaited debut to the Switch! The trailer showed off that the Inkling characters from Splatoon would be making their debut in a Smash Bros game along with a pan of the shadows of many characters in the far distance. The trailer sent shock and major hype through the die hard Nintendo fan base we all know and love. The trailer didn’t really reveal much more than this but this more than what we all asked from Nintendo from the direct and we can say we are very satisfied with this announcement. We also learned later after the stream VIA Sakurai’s Twitter that he will be attached to the development of the game which is very exciting but we don’t know what role he has on the project since a while ago he said he’d like to take the backseat in upcoming games in the series because of the large amount of stress it puts on him. Sakurai wasn’t done however since he said Smash Bros fans are in for more information down the line for the game as long as they are patient. We hope we get similar character reveal trailers for new characters just like the previous Smash Bros games before this because those brought so much excitement and hype for the game! Well this is all the information we have on the next Smash Bros for the Nintendo Switch. Please subscribe to our website it really helps us grow and bring out more and more articles by the week!
So there have been many reports that the Nintendo Switch has a Joycon problem. These reports coming from places like gamexplain, ign workers, etc. The problem all these people are sharing is that the left Joycon is losing connection (being synced) and is getting stuck in one direction for about 2-3, so for example if they are running forwards in Zelda Breath of the Wild and turn right sometimes the controller will lose sync and continue to run forward until the connection is restabilshed. This is very odd since the connection of controllers to consoles is pretty reliable especially in these past few years. Nintendo hasn’t really commented on this issue yet but we hope that the problem can be fixed by the release on March 3rd 2017 via a day one patch! Comment down below your thoughts and comments about how this issue could really hurt players if not fixed!