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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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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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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 you…

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Music to Rayman’s Ears: A Look at the Musical Genius of Rayman Legends Definitive Edition

I love music in video games. I see video games as a visual, audio, and tactile experience. A bad audio experience won’t  kill a game but its always a disappointment to me when the audio isn’t where it should be. Of course, not all games can have a great score. I’d settle for a good score. But wow, isn’t it great when developers go the extra mile and create an amazing audio experience? Rayman Legends Definitive Edition for the Nintendo…

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PDP’s Latest Shipment Shows They are About Diversity of Franchises

When the Pixel Pals were first launched by PDP, we noticed a number of people commenting on our social media threads that Performance Design Products was going to cater to the Nintendo audience with these releases, and basically leaving out the 'hardcore' audience. From what we have seen, however, this is far from the truth, and the latest shipments we have received for review speak volumes to that.

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The Wonderful graphics of Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition

Yesterday, I talked about Rayman Legends: Definitive Edition’s gameplay. Today, I want to tell you about the game’s graphics. The first thing I noticed about Rayman Legends, of course, was its graphics. This game looks amazing on both the TV and on the Switch’s screen! Rayman Legends looked great on the Wii U but I think the game looks even better on the Nintendo Switch. Without a doubt, Rayman Legends Definitive Edition absolutely pops on the TV in HD and…

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Chicken Wiggle is on sale! Now is the time to buy it for 3DS

I gave Chicken Wiggle on the 3DS a 10 out of 10 in my review. I do not give out 10s lightly. In fact, the only other game I can remember giving a 10 (ever) was Paper Mario: Color Splash. Chicken Wiggle is really that good! And now is the time to buy it if you haven’t. Chicken Wiggle is now on sale via the 3DS eshop! The sale started today (9-14) and will run through September 28. The game’s…

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Nintendo Direct: Third Party Support Strong, Nintendo Publisher of the Year?

Yesterday's Nintendo Direct was incredible, with 45 minutes of non-stop announcements, reveals, and details on all our favorite announced - and previously unannounced - titles coming to the Nintendo Switch and the Nintendo 3DS family of systems. Nintendo has to be in line for Publisher of the Year for all that they have accomplished in 2017, leaving the Wii U and the criticisms that surrounded the company during that time way in the past. With strong 3rd party support on the horizon, and tons of great titles left for 2017, it's obvious to me that Nintendo ...

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Nintendo Direct 9-13-17

There was a Nintendo Direct today! If you missed it, please check out the video below and then please come back for my impressions on it. I have a split opinion about today’s Nintendo Direct. I thought that the 3DS lineup was ok, meanwhile the Switch’s lineup was awesome. I’ll talk about the 3DS lineup first. The first game to be shown off in today’s Nintendo Direct was the upcoming Pokémon games. As you may know, I’m not a fan…

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