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 February 11th of 2018 until February 17th 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:
Just two reviews this week:
Featured Series/ Editorials
Nintendo Direct February 13 2019
Missed the Nintendo Direct of February 13? Or want to see all announcements made? Paige has put it all to paper and made an excellent overview of all the new games announced. Find her overview here.
Ben’s Animal Crossing Wishlist
Like most of us, Ben had hoped for some Animal Crossing news. He has a wish list for the new Switch game, which he shares with us. You can find it here.
In featured series Memory Museum we talk about our earliest or most profound gaming memories to the backdrop of what was happening in our personal life and what was happening in the world back then!
This week, Brandi tells us about getting the Super Scope peripheral to play a very special game. (Memory Museum: Yoshi’s Safari)
in the series Civilization Guide for Beginners ChamZen tells us all about Diplomacy. As in real life, that’s important in Civilisation too! That concludes her series, the guide is complete. You have all the tools you need to play a stellar Civ game! Find her latest article here.
In the series YvoCaro Plays (find my unedited gaming thoughts here) I add my thoughts to the Nintendo Direct. And I promise I won’t moan about the lack of Animal Crossing news. In fact, I went to be a happy gamer, and here’s why.
In other news:
I’m going to let you go with some last snippets of news. Have a very happy gaming week!
Yoshi’s Crafted World the latest Yoshi game will release next month on the 29th of March. A demo version that has the first level released just after the latest Nintendo Direct. It follows a similar style to Yoshi’s Wooly World. Now instead of just yarn there are all sorts of craft materials to make up the environment. Paige takes a look at the demo here.
In this weeks Nintendo Direct a game was announced for Japan only: Doraemon Nobita no Bokujou Monogatari. A mouthful, but Bokujou Monogatari is the original name of the games we know as Story of Seasons. Let’s take a look what to expect!