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Metroid: Samus Returns Review-in-progress Part 4

In Part 1 of my review-in-progress of Samus Returns, I told about how this game compares to the original, in Part 2, I talked about how much harder the game was getting and discussed the graphics, and in Part 3, I talked about the game’s controls. And now in the final part of my review-in-progress, I’ll update you on my progress in the game and discuss its difficulty a bit more. I’m getting pretty far into Metroid: Samus Returns. I…

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Solving a Point & Click Murder: A Look At Thimbleweed Park for Nintendo Switch

I’m pretty sure I mentioned my love for old school PC Adventure games here on GamesReviews.com before. If I haven’t, well, I just did. I loved playing games like Space Quest and King’s Quest on PC. I also really dug the NES adventure games like Deju Vu, Shadowgate, and the Uninvited. In more recent history, I thought Tales of Monkey Island was great on the Wii. So when I heard about a new point and click adventure from the maker…

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Steamworld Dig 2 Impressions

Steamworld Dig and Steamworld Heist are two of my favorite games on the Nintendo 3DS. Both games are a lot of fun. And the developer of those games, Image & Form, just released another Steamworld game today: Steamworld Dig 2 for the Nintendo Switch! I’ve been playing the game for a couple of days now, thanks to Image & Form, and have some impressions of the game to share with you. How is Steamworld Dig 2 so far? I’ve only…

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36 Fragments of Midnight Review

Indie developers are already bringing a wide range of their titles to the Nintendo Switch eshop. We have platformers, action games, puzzle games, and more! 36 Fragments of Midnight adds to that collection of games by bringing a simple, low budget puzzle-platformer to the Switch.

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More Thoughts From Me #86: The Rabbids Invade the Mushroom Kingdom

I didn’t believe the rumor about a Mario crossover game with Ubisoft’s Rabbids. I thought it was just something somebody with a lot of time and an overactive imagination came up with. And when I found out it was true, I wondered how good a game with Mario and the Rabbids could be. I was very impressed by the first footage of the game though. I was starting to get excited about Mario and Rabbids: Kingdom Battle. Would this game…

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SteamWorld Dig 2 – Official Launch Trailer

Steamworld Dig 2 is coming to the Nintendo Switch this Thursday! Here is a new trailer for the game and my impressions of it. I loved this new Steamworld Dig 2 trailer. We got a tease of Rusty in the game, saw some new powerups (that hook!!), new areas, and more! I just have to mention how great it was to get another look at the town that Dorothy will be visiting. I like how the new menus are laid…

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Earthlock: Festival of Magic Wii U Impressions

Earthlock: Festival of Magic is a brand new turn-based rpg for the Wii U eshop. Yes I just said a brand new game for the Wii U! You do not see that very often, especially now that even Nintendo has abandoned the system for the Switch. So I have to admit I was pretty excited for this game. I love rpgs, I love the Wii U, and I think its great to play a new game on the system again.…

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Middle-earth: Shadow of War Mystic Tribe Trailer

Check out a new trailer for Middle-earth: Shadow of War and new information about the Mystic Tribe below! According to a PR e-mail we received, “the Mystic tribe” are “a faction of Orcs who specialize in dark magic, rituals and incantations that date back thousands of years.” “In Shadow of War, Orcs now belong to tribes, which extend their influence stemming from the Overlords ruling the mighty fortresses throughout the open ...

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Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack Review

Do you like Mega Man? Do you like Japanese (anime) style action-platformers? Then you may be interested in Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack for the Nintendo Switch. Azure contains two games, Azure Striker Gunvolt and Azure Striker Gunvolt 2.

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Metroid: Samus Returns Review-in-progress Part 3

In part 1 of my Metroid: Samus Returns review-in-progress, I talked about Samus Returns gameplay and how it compared to its Gameboy counterpart. In part 2, I updated you on how I was doing in the game and talked about its graphics. And today in part 3, I’ll talk about this game’s controls, specifically its touch screen controls. Metroid: Samus Returns has really good controls. This game plays a lot like older 2D Metroid games, though with the 3DS ...

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