Come on in my friend, and get yourself a nice cup of coffee or tea! Time to look back and wrap up of everything that happened on the site this past week, running from March 18th until March 24th of 2019.
The weekly news highlights what happened on LadiesGamers.com this past week. If you are pressed for time during the week (aren’t we all, these days? ) you will find everything you need to know in this weekly wrap up!
This past week’s reviews:
Three reviews were published this week:
Looking for a quick but satisfying word puzzle? ChamZen takes a look at Word Search for the Switch which was released in 2018 and finds is a very good puzzler.
Explore, collect treasure, overcome dangers, and become a Hero in Captain Toad Treasure Tracker for Nintendo Switch: this fan favourite is now on Switch as well.
ChamZen takes a look at Monument Builders Rushmore: a game that was on mobile before and now on the Switch. Is this time manamgement game a good one?
Featured Series/ Editorials
A featured series on LadiesGamers.com: Memory Museum. Our earliest gaming memories to the backdrop of what was happening in our personal life. Plus, what was happening in the gaming world back then!
It’s the year 1982 in video gaming.In Japan, Koei releases The Dragon and Princess, the earliest known Japanese RPG. The first Star Wars video game is released: The Empire Strikes Back on the Atari 2600. Lots of new gaming titles in what was to be the last year before the industry took a serious blow.
In Wales, little Jonah is first gets to know the new gaming console in the Davies household: an Atari 2600!
In the series YvoCaro Plays (find my unedited gaming thoughts here) I tend to ramble on about my gaming adventures. And sometimes these thoughts lead to something altogether different. This week I talk about my first experience in Virtual Reality and how years of gaming paid off. And about my first thoughts of My Time at Portia on the Switch! YvoCaro Plays: Virtual reality and impressions of Portia
Nintendo Indie Highlights March 20
The second Nintendo Indie showcase for this year: check out the specifics for the Indie Direct of March 20. I must say I wasn’t overwhelmed with what was on offer. A lot of the same, or so it seemed. Still, I felt some game merited to be mentioned. What games stood out?
Indie Highlights March 20 2019
In other news:
I’m going to let you go with a last snippet of news, although if you’ve read my YvoCaro Plays above, you will already know. Have a very happy gaming week!
Well finally!! The console version of My Time at Portia is coming to the Switch, PS4 and Xbox on April 16! The game will be available both digitally and physically. When you pre-order the game you will receive the “Housewarming gift set” to help you get started.