Top 5 Third Party Games We Want on Nintendo Switch
Welcome to TVG Top 5, where we rank our favorite picks in a category, for our first episode we rank the Top 5 Third Party games we wish to see ported to the Nintendo Switch!
Vega announced for Street Fighter V
The Spanish Ninja joins Street Fighter V
Square Enix E3 Press 2015
Kingdom Hearts III, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Rise of the Tomb Rider, Deus Ex Mankind Divided and much more!
Just Cause 3
Lara Croft Go and Kingdom Hearts Unchained Key
Kingdom Hearts 3
Deus Ex Mankind Divided.
New RPG: Project Setsuna
Sony E3 2015 Press Conference
Final Fantasy VII Remake, The Last Guardian, Street Fighter V, Uncharted and much more!
Street Fighter V
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate
Final Fantasy VII Remake
Call of Duty: Black Ops III
EA E3 2015 Press Conference
EA Mobile: Star Wars and Minions
Mirrors Edge Catalyst
Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, a spiritual successor to Castlevania
The kickstarter for Bloodstained is one of the most in detail ones we have seen for a game, it goes as far as to giving characters backstory, elements and mechanics of the game, and all the people and teams in charge of specific areas.
This kickstarter is the first one to have a “Special Backer edition Physical Copy”, this kind of games have always planned a digital release but Bloodstained give you the chance to pledge $60 dollars and receive a physical copy, is this going to be a new trend among kickstarters? Well you can still get the digital one for $28 bucks which is not bad at all
We can see here in the image on the left each of the rewards you can get for the amount of money you pledge to the kickstarter.
This game looks to be a lot of fun and a return to the classic we love, we haven’t gotten a game like this for a long time but the wait is now over, at least for 2 years or so.
Be sure to check the kickstarter for yourself and watch the great pitch that Koji igarashi made for it which can only increase your excitement for the game.
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Debut Trailer and Gameplay footage
Today Ubisoft revealed the trailer and name of the new assassin’s creed, “Assassin’s Creed Syndicate” alongside a 10 minute gameplay video which gives us a good idea of how the game feels and plays as well as some new things to expect
Assassin’s Creed Syndicate is set in 1868 Victorian England, this time the world will develop around the industrial revolution and the trailer gives a much more violent feeling than past Assassin’s Creed games and the character seems to have a personality like edward kenway but grittier.
The game still focuses on stealth and doing everything with extreme care and in silence, you can still use stealth mode, eagle vision and mechanics you are familiar with but there are new things that will completely change the experience like the “rope launcher” which allows you to get to high buildings in a matter of seconds or a zip line to go from roof top to roof top.
The game seems to be the classic we know and love, and that some got even tired of, but with enough twists, changes, interesting scenarios and interesting storyline to give it a chance and enjoy it. The game is set to come out October 23 on PS4 and XboxOne with the PS version following later, be sure to check our page and youtube for more information.
TVG Review: Mortal Kombat X
Mortal Kombat X Review
The graphics of the game are nothing too crazy or revolutionary but in the MK series it has never been about that, it’s more about how crazy can they get with the fatalities and how they handle the story, this game does both of those things right. The fatalities are crazier and bloodier than ever; although I couldn’t help but notice that they always include something to with the head, with that said there is not one that looks similar to another. Talking about the story, without any spoilers, it picks up where mortal Kombat 9 left and it is as good as always, anybody can enjoy the adventure and have a kick at it.
Content wise the game futures a 24 roster character selection, which is smaller than the last instalment and it does feel a bit small especially if you play a lot of big roster fighting games like Smash Brothers or the Naruto series. The game doesn’t have that many modes, although you only really need the story, versus, and online, but it does add this new “clan” system called “Faction Wars” in which you play online and win points for your faction and receive various rewards based on how you and your faction did, I think this mode really can add much more replay value to the game and that is always appreciated. The game futures in game DLC which is always frustrating and considering the amount of content it is not on the cheap side, comparing it to different great dlc like smash bros or Mario kart 8.