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Posts By Adam Roffel

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Ghost of Tsushima Directors Cut – Iki Island

I've been making my way through Ghost of Tsushima on the PlayStation 5, although my time with the game was interrupted by an unfortunately placed week long camping trip! Still, from start to finish, the Directors Cut of Ghost of Tsushima has been one of my favourite gaming adventures in 2021 - not only does the game look and feel phenomenal on Sony's next generation console, but all the additional DLC, including Iki Island, blew me away.

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Kitaria Fables is an Outstanding Blend of Farming and RPG

When Kitaria Fables was originally announced, I had paid very close attention to the development. After all, if you've read my stuff here on GamesReviews or my streams on YouTube, you know that these types of games are my bread and butter. Whether it's Story of Seasons or Garden Story, anything that mixes farming and role playing mechanics is almost an instant win in my opinion. And while Kitaria Fables has some faults, it is still a fantastic experience that ...

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Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions Review (Nintendo Switch)

Before I dive into my thoughts of Big Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions on Nintendo Switch, there are a few things I want to get out of the way. I'm not a boxing guy. I don't talk about boxing, I don't watch boxing, and until last week, I definitely don't play boxing games either. Anything in a ring has never excited me before, and that goes for both the real world, television, or video games. But there was something different and enticing about Big Rumble Boxing ...

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Samurai Warriors 5 is More of the Same (and this is good)!

I've recently been playing around with Samurai Warriors 5 on Nintendo Switch, and while I'm not one with a lot of experience playing Warriors games - my time has been limited to Fire Emblem Warriors and Hyrule Warriors. That being said, the presentation of Samurai Warriors 5 is an improvement on past iterations in the system, providing a brand new visual look that I really enjoyed.

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My Time at Portia Mobile Port a Welcome Addition

As we reported earlier this year, My Time at Portia - the fantastic farming and life simulation game - was heading to mobile after having a very successful run on PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Steam. We've been playing with the mobile build for well over a week now, and while we obviously haven't made it through everything the game has to offer, we have played our fair share and can easily tell you how this game ports over to Android and iOS.

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LEGO Bowser’s Airship Expansion Set

I'm not shy about stating my early opinions of LEGO Super Mario - the entire concept looked really uninteresting, and I saw this being one of LEGO's very rare flops. I didn't want a chunky Mario who played sounds and collected coins. I wanted regular sized Mario minifigures, with other characters like Bowser or the Kooplings built on the same minifig base as Hagrid from Harry Potter or the Hulk from the Avengers. Then I watched my kids play, and I knew I was so ...

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Microsoft Dropping Halo Hardware to Celebrate 20 Years

It wouldn't be a Halo launch without a crap ton of exclusive and special hardware, and the team over at Xbox is delivering a little bit of everything, from controllers and headsets, to specially branded consoles. Lets take a dive on what was shown off, thanks to information from the Xbox Wire!

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New PDP Pull-N-Go Cases Available Now – Tom Nook, Mario & Link

A few weeks ago, we took a look at the Performance Design Products (PDP) Pull-N-Go storage and travel case which allows folks to store their dock, cables, switch, and more in a two part case. The bottom half will hold your dock and cables, along with additional controllers and more, while the top portion holds the Switch, attached Joy-Con, and games. Detaching the Velcro from the top case will allow you to "Pull" your Switch off "N-Go!"

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Hands on History – 28 Unlockable Videos for Age Of Empires 4

During their pre-Gamescom presentation, Xbox gave us an even deeper look at Age of Empires 4, and highlighted a series of unlockable videos that would show various aspects of how civilizations ruled the world in the past. Here is more from the Xbox Wire:

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When Will Nintendo Develop a New Mario And Luigi Title?

It is safe to say that Nintendo has moved to their one-console ecosystem, proving at home entertainment and on-the-go fun in one great package, the Nintendo Switch. And this hybrid console has paid off in spades, selling nearly 90 million units since 2017. Not too shabby. This transition away from the 3DS and the rest of their handheld library has begged one important question: when do the exclusive handheld franchises land on the Switch?

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