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Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Review

Every once in a while a game comes along that just feels completely out of place in its environment. As soon as I heard that Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes was to be released on the Nintendo Switch, I knew instantly that this would be one of those games. Travis Strikes Again: NMH, in all of its raunchiness and straight-up adults-only dialogue, on the family-oriented Nintendo Switch? It just didn’t make sense. It still doesn’t. But you know what, that might just be one of the best things about it. Confused? As you will come to learn, confusion is just ...

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Super Smash Bros Ultimate Review

Although Nintendo has been publishing Super Smash Bros titles since the Nintendo 64 era, I’ve never really been able to get into any of them. The reasoning for that isn’t as apparent as I would have thought either. I like the idea of Super Smash Bros. I like the characters in Super Smash Bros. And I even love the level design. But for some reason, they’ve never grabbed me. A copy of the game was provided by Nintendo of Canada…

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LEGO Harry Potter Collection Review

The grunting is back, and the voices are gone, but that's perfectly fine with us! LEGO Harry Potter Collection recently launched on the Nintendo Switch, and we are loving our time with it so far. While some will argue that this is purely a money grab, I have a different take on it which I will outline below.

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Pokemon Let’s Go Review

It's been over 20 years Pokémon Yellow released, and Nintendo has brought back so many memories with the release of Pokémon Let's Go Pikachu and Pokémon Let's Go Eevee! From my first moments in Pallet Town to the completion of the Elite Four, and even into the post game matches against master trainers, Pokemon Let's Go gave me enough to remind me I'm playing something I loved decades ago, while offering enough new game play to make me excited to see what was next. But does the whole package come together in the end? Let's dive in!

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LEGO DC Super-Villains Nintendo Switch Review

LEGO DC Super-Villains recently launched, and thanks to our friends at Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment, we had the chance to play the game ahead of launch!

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Diablo III: Eternal Collection – Nintendo Switch Review

Diablo III: Eternal Collection launches today on Nintendo Switch, and fans who have only ever owned Nintendo products are about to get their first taste of the long running, and incredibly successful franchise. Released back in 2012 on the PC, and in 2013 on Xbox 360 and PS3, Diablo III has had a long, successful run, with new updates and 'seasons' still rolling out for longtime fans to enjoy. All of that great content is now coming to Nintendo Switch, with no restrictions and no need to purchase additional content. This is Diablo III: Eternal Collection, and ...

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Starlink: Battle for Atlas Review

When Starlink was officially announced, and a partnership with Nintendo was formally shown off - which included the Starfox Crew! - there was a lot of hype and a ton of hesitation. As more and more companies opted to leave the toys-to-life genre (Skylanders on hiatus, Disney Infinity folded, LEGO Dimensions folded), it was shocking to see Ubisoft Toronto invest so heavily into it, with a brand new franchise no less. Now that we've got our hands on the products, and see what the game is all about, is it really worth your while to pick up plastic toys once ...

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Super Mario Party Review

Although I've always enjoyed the Mario Party franchise - mostly because it allows all my family to come together for one great evening of gaming - the past few releases in the franchise have been a bit subpar for me. They all brought their own unique spin on things - such as the 5th player option on the gamepad in Mario Party 10 on Wii U - but the inclusion of vehicles that transferred all players together at one time was a bit disappointing, and hurt the game in many areas, board creation most importantly. With a refreshed look at the franchise, can Nintendo ...

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Scribblenauts Mega Pack Review

When our own Daniel Fugate reviewed Scribblenauts Showdown, he felt the game had a lot of promise on Nintendo Switch, but lacked some of those key, classic Scribblenauts mechanics. Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment must have heard that from other reviewers, as the company came back with another Scribblenauts offering on Nintendo Switch, Scribblenauts Mega Pack, which includes previously released titles Scribblenauts Ultimate and Scribblenauts Unmasked, both with fresh new content. Do these title re-introduce the classic Scribblenauts mechanics in ...

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Into the Breach Review

I love turn-based strategy games. And amazingly, the Nintendo Switch has a bunch of them. Another one was added to the list last week: Into the Breach! I received a review code of the game and have been playing it. What do I think of Into the Breach? Here’s my review! There is sort of a story in Into the Breach: basically some creatures are coming up from underground and your timeline jumping crew has to stop them. If the…

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