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Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition Review

Two robots walk into a bar…ok, no bar, but two robots do walk into a sticky situation. One robot is trapped under glass, with a crusher headed his way, and the other is on the otherside and has to get to a big red button to stop the crusher. After the robot under glass is free, the two robots must make it to the end of the level. The game I’m describing is called Twin Robots: Ultimate Edition and its…

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Kirby Star Allies Demo Impressions

I haven’t always been a Kirby fan. In fact, I didn’t know much about the big pink fur ball until the Wii Virtual Console. I saw the NES Kirby game for download there and thought, “Why not?” and downloaded it. And with that, I was a Kirby fan for life! That said, I have always liked the more traditional Kirby eats everything games more than the other more gimmicky games (though Kirby Robobot was pretty cool). So Kirby Star Allies…

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Mulaka Review

I wrote about Mulaka previously. I like this game a lot. Do I recommend that you download this game right after reading this review? Read on to find out my final thoughts about Mulaka. Mulaka’s setting and characters are really interesting and different from what we’ve seen from other games on the Nintendo Switch eshop so far. But does all this make for a good story? I’d say the story is interesting, the characters are interesting, and the dialogue usually…

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More Thoughts From Me #109: What Are the Nintendo 3DS Games of 2018?

Nintendo is currently very focused on the Nintendo Switch. They released a ton of games for the system and will be releasing even more this year. And yet, they still have the 3DS too and have said there will be games for it this year. They have already released a new Kirby game in January and will release Detective Pikachu in March. But will there be other games? What will those other games be? I love the Nintendo Switch. I…

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Transported to the Wonderful World of Mulaka

When I first saw Mulaka for the Nintendo Switch, I was impressed by its graphics right away. This game, of course, is not the first game for Nintendo Switch to be 3D and Polygonal. Morphite was the first game that I played on the Switch with such graphics. However Mulaka is doing something different from Morphite or any other game I’ve seen with this type of art style. Mulaka is colorful and infused with a very unique and stunning premise.…

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Luigi’s Balloon World Added to Super Mario Odyssey

During the last Nintendo Direct, a free update to Super Mario Odyssey was mentioned. Last night, Nintendo released the update! Luigi’s Balloon World was added to the game. There were some other things added too. For more details on this addition to the game, please read on below. Nintendo of America (and Canada!) announced last night that Luigi’s Balloon World has been added to Super Mario Odyssey. This new mini-game has players collecting balloons for a high score. You can…

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Steamworld Dig Switch Review

I’ve played the orignal Steamworld Dig on the 3DS and the Wii U. It is an excellent game. And now that excellent game is coming to the Nintendo Switch. Is this version any better than the other versions or is it the exact same game as before? Nothing has changed about Steamworld Dig’s story. Steamworld Dig for the Switch is the same experiance that it was on other consoles. This game has a really good story. Though, the gameplay is…

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Night in the Woods Review

When the credits rolled on Night on the Woods for Nintendo Switch, I watched them, scratched my head, and thought “Yes, but what did that all mean?” I’m still trying to figure this game out. What does that mean for review though? Did I like this game? On the surface, Night in the Woods is all about a girl, who happens to be a cat, who lives in a world of animals and who just came home from college. She…

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Just A Night In the Woods?

How do I even explain Night in the Woods? How do you judge a game when you don’t fully understand it? Night in the Woods for Nintendo Switch is unlike any game I’ve ever played before. Its an adventure game, sure, but it has platforming, some puzzles, and lots of wandering around. Night in the Woods is more story focused than anything else. Its basically an interactive story? Although even that sounds like its selling the game short. Lets take…

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More Thoughts From Me #105: The Importance of Demos

Recently, I read a tweet by SMG Studio, the developer of Death Squared, about their demo on the Nintendo Switch eShop for the game. They talked about the demo but also asked for feedback on it and the possibility of demos from other indie developers. They said that indies wanted to know if people wanted more demos on the eShop. Right away, I knew I wanted to talk about this. I believe that demos are very important. Square Enix recently…

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