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Captain Toad Special Episode DLC Available Today

Nintendo launched a brand new trailer for the Captain Toad Special Episode DLC which is launching today on the Nintendo eShop for 5.99; the entire bundle - full game plus DLC - can also be purchased for 45.98, via the Nintendo eShop.

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TinyNinjas Board Game Review

So few games now-a-days can be taken out and about, played anywhere and everywhere, with little setup and almost no time commitment. Whether travelling on a train, flying through the skies, or simply sitting down with friends around a coffee shop table, having something you can pull out of a backpack or a purse, and play with friends is an extraordinary. Enter TinyNinjas, a card and dice game for two players that can be learned and played within 15 to 20 ...

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One Piece: World Seeker Review

If you've played a One Piece game in the past, there won't be too much familiar here outside the main cast of characters, of which only Luffy is playable. Instead of falling back on the decades old mechanics and game play of past titles, the development team decided to look to new heights, and tackled an ambitious, open world approach to the game. Does it pay of after the nearly 20 hour campaign? Let's dive in!

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Yoshi’s Crafted World Preview

Yoshi’s Crafted World is launching later this month, and thanks to Nintendo of Canada we have had the opportunity to jump into the experience for a few days now. Here is the early good news: for as far into the game as I am, the charm I experienced playing the demo a few weeks back is alive and well, level after level after level.

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Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn Review

The Nintendo 3DS, long thought dead by critics of the platform, continues to amaze the video game world with continued - albeit slowing - sales and new experiences. Enter Kirby’s Extra Epic Yarn, a remake of the Nintendo Wii game of a similar name, which brings to 2019 the same charm the original had in spades. Does it hold up game play wise all these years later? Let’s dive in!

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PDP Elite Accessories are a Must Own

Bright and flashy bags and cases are great for some fans, but other want a more subdued look when carrying around their video game systems. PDP recognizes the market existed for both, and launched the Elite line of Nintendo Switch Accessories; thanks to Performance Design Products, we had an oppertunity to take all those products for a spin! Let's dive in!

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Pokemon Team Up Themed Decks

Each time we review a new expansion for The Pokemon Trading Card Game, the  Pokemon Company International is usually kind enough to send along a few Themed Decks for us to try. In the past, my son Logan and I have pitted the two themed decks against each other, and talked about the values and considerations for each. We did that again, so let's dive into our experiences!

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Modern Combat Blackout Review

Gameloft has made a bold step bringing a traditionally iOS franchise over to the Nintendo Switch, and while Modern Combat Blackout is a port of a mobile title - which is both visually and controlably noticeable - there is still something fun and engaging about the game that kept me coming back for more. Is the most visually appealing game? Is this the best first person shooter on Nintendo Switch? The answer to both these questions is a resounding no, but I ...

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The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame Review

The LEGO Movie 2 was a fantastic experience when I went and saw it in theatres, and whenever there is a great cinema experience, there are high hopes for the LEGO game that spins off from that. LEGO titles over the last number of years have really been hit-and-miss, so jumping into any LEGO experience always has the potential for disappointment. The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame takes a much different route than other LEGO games based on movies, and while this isn't ...

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PDP Wired Fight Pad Pro Controllers Review

With Super Smash Bros Ultimate launching in a few weeks, Performance Design Products (PDP) is set to launch their Wired Fight Pad Pro Controllers in just a few days, so gamers can prep for the release of the game on December 7th. While the marketing around these controllers has focused on Smash Bros - because who doesn't want to play Smash Bros with a GameCube inspired controller! - it's easy to forget that these controllers can be used for other games too!

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