game news Nintendo Switch: 8 games not recommended for those under 18
Even if the Switch remains a family console, over the years it has been able to enrich its toy library with games not recommended for those under 18 years of age. The JV newsroom offers you today 8 games intended for players who have passed the symbolic milestone of the majority and are available on the Nintendo hybrid console.
- bayonet 1 and 2
- elysee nightclub
- eternal doom
- the black
- South Park: Fractured but Whole
- The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
- Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
bayonet 1 and 2
We start this selection with two Beat’em All – Bayonetta et bayonet 2 – developed by Platinum Games in which you play a witch who fights against angelic enemies in the city of Vigrid, a fictional place located in Europe. The games are super dynamic. In addition, the provocative character of Bayonneta denotes with the usual image of the main characters what she does not make of her but make her more interesting. The pace is frenetic and each weapon has its own range of combos to master. You will also be able to use magic to make your attacks even more impressive. Once in handheld mode, the first game can get a bit messy because the license has always had an impressive amount of monsters on screen. This negative point is swept away in the second game.
Disc Elysium: The Final Cut is a role-playing game developed by ZA/UM. Here a detective must solve an investigation in the heart of an alternate 20th century in the seaside town of Revachol. The customization options are extensive. They range from the appearance of the main character to the physical and social traits of the character. In addition, each choice has consequences in the adventure. You should also not follow your blind skills because they can lead you to very complicated situations. The Switch version takes the touch screen into account and integrates it into the gaming experience. In this way, you can validate your dialog options or even interact with the decoration objects. The game also uses the console’s internal clock to trigger certain events at specific times.
Developed by iSoftware, eternal doom it puts you in the shoes of a Slayer facing the armies of hell. If the Switch version is not the best in terms of graphics, the game is still addictive and rhythmic. Stress can quickly reach heights in the face of increasingly numerous and belligerent enemies. Survival here requires complete mastery of weapons and a strategy that evolves in real time. In addition to the single player campaign, Doom Eternal has a multiplayer mode where you and/or your friends become demons. This asymmetric game requires organization and coordination on the part of the demons, while the Slayer will have to show composure and concentration.
the investigation game the black, developed by Team Bondi, was also entitled to a port on the Nintendo Switch. You are in the shoes of an LAPD detective, the Los Angeles police, in charge of solving the most sordid cases. It will be necessary to take the time to question each witness and study all the clues. If you choose to intimidate him, you will need to use evidence recovered from crime scenes. You can also tour the city at the wheel of a dozen vehicles, taking the time to stop to calm down the streets of the city of angels. The game sometimes takes too long, but its “Dark” atmosphere should appeal to lovers of detective novels and the so-called “Hardboiled” literary movement. The Switch version immediately gives you all the DLC, as well as some collectibles.
South Park: Fractured but Whole
South Park: Fractured but Whole is a must have on Nintendo Switch for all fans of the South Park animated series. The game developed by Ubisoft is a direct continuation of the previous episode… The Stick of Truth. This time, the Raccoon and his gang go in search of a lost cat to collect a $100 reward. They then hope to be able to finance the Coon franchise. The Annale of Destiny retains the turn-based combat system of the video game saga. In addition, there are 10 classes available in addition to a large number of spells. The game sometimes lacks difficulty, but the references and the spirit of the game are a credit to the franchise. The humor is vulgar and flippant, and that’s why newcomers quickly run the risk of being destabilized. However, fans of the license may be disappointed not to find the usual VF in the cast.
Inside The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the player embodies Dragonborn, the only one capable of putting an end to the conflicts that ignite Skyrim, a land torn by civil wars, and of defeating the dragons. The lore of Elder Scrolls is very extensive. If new players don’t understand all the references at first glance, you don’t need to have played the other games to enjoy this fifth episode. Skyrim is known for its impressive game life and vast open world. Since its release in 2011, this RPG has been equipped with many modes to improve gameplay or graphics. Unfortunately, they are not compatible with the Switch version. However, the Zelda and Super Smash Bros amiibo offer outfits and even gear to compensate.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus from Machine Games studios is the direct sequel to The New Order. This is an uchronic FPS where Nazi Germany won World War II. Captain William Joseph Blazkowicz faces an enormous challenge… to take back the United States from German occupation. If the gameplay has seen many improvements, the narrative sometimes lacks originality. However, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus is still an excellent game when it comes to letting off steam and making the gunpowder talk. Special mention to the cartoonish characters and the spicy dialogues inspired by the encore cinema.
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