So we’ve finally had the first Nintendo Direct of the year. What a direct it was! Whilst there were some noticeable omissions, namely Metroid Prime Trilogy and a Nintendo Switch Online update, the direct was cram packed. It was nearly 40 minutes of non stop switch games.
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Please read the below article explaining what each of our review scores means to you. Hopefully they will help you decide whether or not to go out and buy the game.
We’ve finally had the announcement from that the first Nintendo Direct of 2019 will be tomorrow at 10pm UK time (2pm PT & 5PM ET).
February’s Nintendo Switch Online NES Games have been announced. The two games that have been announced will be released on the 13th of this month, so not long too wait till you get your hands on them.
A racing game with rockets and guns, what more could you want? Well as it turns out, a bit more than what GRIP currently offers unfortunately. GRIP is a fun game with a variety of different styles of races and cars to sink your teeth into. The experience however is just a little short of first place.
Links to 2019 gaming events
Gamescom is one of the worlds largest gaming events held every year in Cologne, Germany. Last year the event attracted exhibitors from over 56 countries. Around 370,000 visitors attended gamescom 2018.
E3 is arguable the biggest gaming event on the calendar. It is held in Los Angeles in California in the US once a year usually around the middle of June.
The Yorkshire Gaming Festival is held in Bradford at the National Science and Media Museum.