Nintendo Switch Pro Controller Review: Playing With Power

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”

Splatoon 2 Review: Slammin’ Salmon

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Real Talk By: Zombie Zac

Splatoon on the Wii U was the equivalent of a great performance in a terrible movie— Those that stayed got to experience it, but most missed it all together. It sold well all things considered, but the larger problem was that it was on a system that just wasn’t turning around and no single game was going to be the Hail Mary that Nintendo needed. Recent reports have put the Switch at around 4.7 million units sold, on par to do 10 million by the year’s end which is almost the entire lifetime sales of the Wii U. Splatoon 2’s quick appearance on the Switch is no accident Continue reading “Splatoon 2 Review: Slammin’ Salmon”

E3 2017 Power Ten

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As our E3 2017 coverage comes to a close,  we at Play Legit have released our Power 10 Rankings.  This means games that we want to play right this instant.  If every title listed dropped today, we would be in line waiting.  Continue reading “E3 2017 Power Ten”

Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers Review: Another Round

Real Talk By: KJ

The Switch Library at this point is still growing.  Fortunately there’s a solid amount of Old School Fighting Games available in the Eshop.  Next-up comes Capcom’s newest entry in their wildly-respected series.  It has Launched, but at a price tag of $40.  Is Ultra Street Fighter II: The Final Challengers worth it? Let’s get down to business.
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8-Bit Troll: Stage 20 “Big-Bit-Ballers”

Gremlik here.  It’s our 20th edition.  Clearly the biggest news of the century, but something just isn’t right. Angrily Browsing on oohay.com today I found out 2 Broke Girls had been cancelled by CBS! Everyone is aware this was the only modern show I’d even pirate. In need of hugs honestly. Here is the latest news uncovered before my world came tumbling down. Continue reading “8-Bit Troll: Stage 20 “Big-Bit-Ballers””

Games We Need From E3 2017

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

It’s that time.  The season where we come out ecstatic for upcoming releases.  Let’s break-down our E3 2017 list for you.  Titles either scheduled to appear, or stuff from the industry we want to see revealed can be found below.  Play Legit is on The lookout for some boss games.  No wannabee announcements this year please. Only The hottest.  Here we go: Continue reading “Games We Need From E3 2017”

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review: Super Battles

Real Talk By: KJ

Mario Kart 8 (Wii U) has been held in high regard at Play Legit for quite some time. Many here believe it to be the franchise’s best entry.  Be sure to check out Ms. Throwback’s review of MK8 OG Edition.  Where could Nintendo take The Game next?  The answer is on the go. Continue reading “Mario Kart 8 Deluxe Review: Super Battles”

Nintendo Switch System Review

Real Talk By: Ms. Throwback

The Nintendo Switch has been out over a month and a half, plenty of time for Play Legit to get its hands on all the system has to offer.  We want to sum up the highlights and let you know what we think it’s lacking.  Nintendo seems to always be on the brink of something incredibly epic or something that will implode in on itself.  As we break down the points we want to give you a reason to buy this system, or pass it up as a failure all together. Continue reading “Nintendo Switch System Review”

Mr. Shifty Review: Don’t Blink

Real Talk By: KJ

Mr. Shifty is an action title that will immediately remind players of another outing.  This being “Hotline Miami”.  Similar camera angles with fast/tough gameplay.  Developer tinyBuild takes on familiar themes, with a twist.  Continue reading “Mr. Shifty Review: Don’t Blink”