Overall, I have to say Ninjala: Gumball Shinobi is a blast to play. It does have its shortcomings, but for a game to come out the gate this polished and fun, I can see myself playing this game for quite some time. Ninjala is a ninja’s fan introduction game and I feel it does a good job. If you’re curious to check this game out, pick it up now on the Nintendo Switch eShop for the cool price of Free!
Overall, I can’t praise this game enough, to be honest. Anytime someone asks me what I’m currently playing, this is the first game that comes out of my mouth. My favorite part about saying that is that I can tell people all about this game, and possibly persuade them to check it out too. I feel once Phantasy Star Online 2 expands to other consoles like it’s Japanese brethren, and possibly even pops up on Steam, this game will take off and be around for years to come.
Overall, I have to say Dungeon Defenders: Awakened has a lot of potential. I hope that when this game is released there will be a lot larger population of players making it easier to find and complete matches. Putting time into a co-op game when there’s not a lot of people playing it, is a bit daunting.
Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate is a fun experience to be had, both solo and with a friend. There is quite a bit to do from the game modes to character unlocks and even leveling and finding the best weapons. Yet, even with that being said, the game at times can feel stale or even daunting because of how much work you have to put into the game just to possibly find officers you like and enjoy playing with.