This is for those who enjoy their gaming sessions quick, convenient, yet still rewarding. The Mobile Exclusive category winner is revealed. Continue reading “Play Legit’s Best Mobile Game of 2018”
Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback and KJ
GDEX 2018 brought the fire with Virtual Reality and in-depth interviews with Columbus Ohio’s upcoming video game development teams. Play Legit was there at the forefront to get all your gaming news in order. Continue reading “GDEX 2018: An Indie Celebration”
The time has come for the next generation of iPhone and we have an unboxing treat for your eyes!
Be on the look out for our iPhone X review coming soon!
Nintendo has done it again: they continue to shrink down my precious childhood memories and resell them to me. Perspectives will vary on this hardware, whether there’s justifiable value, what the point is when there’s a number of ways to play these games, and if the supply shortage is manufactured or just poorly planned. I am sure for every person out there that raves about this $79.99 bundle of 16-bit classics there’s somebody else who is jaded on the whole thing. Yes you can emulate these games, yes there are other systems out there that already do this but with more titles, and yes you can still buy working SNES systems and play the real deal. Instead of weighing too heavily into that, I’ll focus on what these games did for me when I first played them and why I believe they’re important to preserve— in whatever way you see fit.
Real Talk By: Zombie Zac
Nintendo’s Joy Cons are a great solution for the modular nature of the Switch, but pick up a PS4 or Xbox One controller and you’ll notice the difference immediately— Bigger buttons, more expressive analog sticks, and a more premium feel overall. Sony and Microsoft have both decided to double down on their previous controller designs while Nintendo seems to change it up every generation, sometimes leading to inferior products. For example, the Wii U Pro Controller gave the tactile feel of a “normal” controller, but it felt cheap and didn’t have a satisfying weight. Continue reading “Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Review: Playing With Power”
Real Talk By: Rickayyyyy
I’m sure many of you have used an emulator before, either on a computer or on your phone. Both have their downsides: some games can be challenging to emulate on a phone, and you usually have to get a USB controller for your computer. However, there recently has been a solution that solves all of those problems. Imagine a handheld device that looks like a DS from afar, and on it you can play essentially any game made for many of your favorite systems. Continue reading “The GPD XD Tech Review”
On August 20th, 8Bitdo will be releasing the Nes30 Arcade Stick, a wireless controller that will turn your Nintendo Switch into a mobile arcade cabinet. Continue reading “8Bitdo’s Awesome New Wireless Arcade Stick for The Nintendo Switch”