Posts From Joey Ferris

Nintendo Switch branded microSD cards are more expensive

Nintendo’s upcoming console Switch will be installed with a default storage space of 32 GB, which is much, MUCH smaller than the competition’s 500 GB (which is also too little).

Nintendo Switch commercial shows Mario Kart being played… on the toilet

Let’s face it, we knew what a lot of you were thinking when you found out the Switch can be used as a portable, and so did the marketing team

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild’s number of shrines and sidequests leaked on Amazon

WARNING: If you’re not a fan of game leaks and minor spoilers, it’s best you look in the other direction. This past weekend, Amazon UK has listed the official strategy guide

Game & Talk Ep. 30: The Dastardly Delays of Square Enix

Welcome back! On this week’s episode of Game & Talk, we go over a few things. We’re first going to talk about the new details on Breath of the Wild that

Game & Talk Ep. 29: Nintendo Switch Recap

The long-awaited Nintendo Switch presentation happened last week, and we have a lot of opinions on it. You can consider me and Alan Nintendo fans since we have ours pre-ordered,

The first Nintendo Switch commercial is here

One of the biggest problems with the Wii U was advertising. Most of the casual audience didn’t understand that it was its own console and not a tablet accessory for

GameStop’s first wave of Nintendo Switch pre-orders have sold out

GameStop has been pushing the Nintendo Switch hard since it was announced in October 2016, and even more so closer to the Switch Presentation on January 12th. The weekend after

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild will be Switch launch title

After many, MANY years of waiting, we finally have a release date for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. After teasing us at the end of the Switch Presentation

Check out our new gaming podcast Game & Talk!

What’s going on, Reactorites? We got ourselves a new gaming podcast by the name of Game & Talk, hosted by me and my co-host Alan Plummer. Our goal is to bring

Platinum Games’ Scalebound officially canceled

A series of rumors this morning from Kotaku stated that the Microsoft Exclusive Scalebound, by Platinum Games, has been cancelled. Now, a statement from Microsoft to IGN has confirmed said rumors:

Nintendo Switch Treehouse stream occurring morning after presentation

In one week, Nintendo will hold a presentation in Tokyo, Japan at the Big Sight Convention center to discuss their upcoming new console, the Switch. They will announce launch titles,

Best of 2016 Awards: Video Games

2016 has ended. It was a rough year to say the least, unless you were a gamer! From beginning to end, the year was full of fantastic video games that

Four cancelled Wii prototypes revealed: Batman, Devil May Cry, Star Wars, and Dig Dug

The difference between third-party games on Wii and PS3/360 was always night and day. Due to the Wii’s limited power, it didn’t receive a fair amount of ports from third-party

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero PS4 review

The Shantae series had a rough start back in 2002. Releasing on the GameBoy Color right after the GameBoy Advance’s release wasn’t too fortunate of a plan and it was forgotten until

Is the Super NES Classic coming?

It’s no secret that the NES Classic is taking the world by storm. Coming in at only $59.99 in the US, it is a miniature version of the Nintendo Entertainment

‘Yooka-Laylee’ releases on April 11, 2017; Wii U version cancelled

Today’s announcement from Playtonic Games, the developers of Banjo-Kazooie spiritual successor Yooka-Laylee, comes with a mix of emotions. The good news is that the game will launch on April 11, 2017 for

Talent Not Included review – A platformer for the (m)ages

There was a time not too long ago when we thought 2-D platformers were a dying breed. Thankfully, the indie scene would soon disagree. Talent Not Included by Frima Studios is one

Ocarina of Time Soundtrack to be released on vinyl

With The Legend of Zelda turning 30 this year, it’s only likely that fans will want to eat up as much nostalgia goodness as they can. And what better way to

Darksiders: Warmastered Edition PS4 review – This means War

This console generation has no shortage of remasters. Hell, it feels like one has either been released or announced every other week. Some are released without even a word about

Crash Bandicoot returns in the ‘N. Sane Trilogy’ on PS4

Back at this year’s E3, Sony made ’90s kids (like me) everywhere cry pure tears of nostalgic joy when they announced that the first three Crash Bandicoot games would be