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Posts By Adam Roffel

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LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Ready to Impress?

Review for LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga have begun to drop around the interwebs, and from most people's vantage point, the game is not likely to disappoint. With levels spanning all 9 mainline films, and over 300 characters to play as, there seems to be plenty to do in a galaxy far, far away!

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Lawn Mowing Simulator Launces on PlayStation 5

If you've ever wanted to be a master at....mowing lawns? Wait, I think I have the wrong script here guys! No? OK, it you've ever wanted to be a master at mowing lawns, then the latest release on the PlayStation 5 might have you excited to get back outside, virtually. Already available on the Xbox Series X, and part of Xbox Game Pass, Lawn Mowing Simulator is hitting the lawns on PlayStation 5, and you can pick it up now!

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When Clunky Games are Fun – Rune Factory 5

I've been playing Rune Factory 5 for the better part of 3 weeks now, and although the game is crippled by a host of issues, it's still rather fun. And this has become somewhat of a trend in the gaming industry, and I'm not sure how I feel about it. Rune Factory 5 is definitely bogged down by some serious frame rate hitches and some 'floaty' combat controls, but the core game is still a blast. After all, we can look past a few issues, right? ... right?!

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Trivial Pursuit (Stadia) – Why Party Games Are Best Here

I've been playing a bit of Trivial Pursuit over the past week or so, and I'm quickly realizing that Google Stadia might be the ideal way to play these types of party / game show games! Why, because I can take this game anywhere, save myself a mess all over the table, and have friends join in. This is our look at Trivial Pursuit on Google Stadia!

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Ryan’s Rescue Squad (Stadia) Impressions

If you've ever booted up an Outright Games title you'll know it will be a mixed bag. It could be great, could be trash, could be just OK. Ryan's Rescue Squad - from popular toy YouTuber Ryan - is one that Outright does pretty well, and while it's nothing special for older kids and adults, there is a fun, Mario-esque platformer here for young kids. Let's take a look.

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Tea for Two Review

I have said it on here multiple times, but my wife and I are always looking for new two-player games to play at home, and while we've been playing a bunch of them over the past few weeks, Tea for 2 is one that gets onto the table again and again. Join up with some of your favourite characters from Alice in Wonderland, and let's see how it plays!

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Mouthful Mode is the Copy Ability I Didn’t Know We Needed in Kirby

Kirby and the Forgotten Land has quickly become one of my favourite Nintendo Switch games, and that's actually pretty crazy because I've NEVER been a Kirby fan. Don't play the games, don't use him Smash...just...don't! But Lochlan REALLY wanted Kirby on the Nintendo Switch so we picked it up, and so far I'm incredibly impressed, especially with Mouthful Mode.

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Rune Factory 5 Review-in-Progress

My excitement was through the roof. The anticipation for this launch was killing me. Then I got it. Rune Factory 5. In my hands, on my Switch. With roughly 10 years since the last Rune Factory game I was excited to see what the development team had in for us. With a more powerful console, we would get a superior product, right? Well, let's dive in.

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Press Release – FIRST DLC FOR FARMING SIMULATOR 22 RELEASED: ANTONIO CARRARO PACK NOW AVAILABLE

Expanding flourishing businesses of vineyards and grasslands: Publisher and developer GIANTS Software releases the first pack for Farming Simulator 22, introducing a new brand to the series. Ten new vehicles by historic Italian manufacturer Antonio Carraro enrich the gameplay experience of idyllic vineyard farming and vast grassland operations. In the Launch Trailer for the pack, a seasoned Italian farmer declares his passion for this unique way of farming.

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Tapestry – Arts and Architecture Review

If you haven't read my review of the fantastic board game Tapestry, than hop over to that article and check it out. Tapestry is easily one of my top 5 games of all time, and with so much content via a few expansion packs, every game feels new and unique, even after a dozen or more plays. A few months back, the good people at Stonemaier Games sent over the latest expansion - Arts and Architecture. Let's check it out.

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