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Everybody’s Golf Review

We take a look at Everybody's Golf on the Playstation 4, a title with many highlights and a few ugly moments, but that will ultimately make you smile as you play golf in the most unprofessional way possible!

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More Thoughts From Me #83: Testing Out ARMS

When Nintendo first showed ARMS off, I thought it looked awful. Then I saw some more footage and I thought, well, it might be ok. But the more footage I saw of it, the less I liked how it looked. ARMS was boring me. I was pretty sure I’d never play it. However, I got a Nintendo Switch recently and Nintendo decided to bring the ARMS Testpunch (demo) back last weekend. I decided to check the game out. Does my…

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Mario+Rabbids – Ubisoft’s 10 Tips for Beginners

It's not often that developers and publishers do Let's Plays of their own games, but Ubisoft has taken it upon themselves to not only provide walkthroughs on its YouTube channel for each level, but also to provide new players with a number of tips to succeed in Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle. We've embedded the video below, and type out Ubisoft's Top 10 Tips below!

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Everybody’s Golf Review-in-Progress

I've never been one to play authentic golf titles, and although I did enjoy The Golf Club 2 which launched earlier this year, it still wasn't what I was looking for. It's been a while since we've had an outstanding arcade golf experience like Mario Golf or Hot Shot's Golf, but that has all changed today with the release of the Hot Shot's successor, Everybody's Golf! Grab your clubs and get ready for an RPG golfing experience, one that is sure to both delight and frustrate you to no end!

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Across the Ocean: A Look At Oceanhorn for Nintendo Switch

One of the first games I thought of downloading onto my recently bought Nintendo Switch was Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas. I remember Adam Roffel telling me how good it was. I remember reading his review. And of course, I’m a big Zelda fan. Oceanhorn looked like a lot of fun. So I finally bought Oceanhorn for the Switch and I have been playing it a lot. Here are my thoughts on the game so far. Oceanhorn for the Nintendo…

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Nintendo of America Will Have a Nindie Showcase Video Presentation This Wednesday

Nintendo of America loves their Nintendo Directs and video presentations (so do I!). And so it should come as no surprise that another video presentation is coming up soon. This time, Nintendo will highlight Indie games coming to the Nintendo Switch! Nintendo of America’s Nindie Showcase video presentation, according to their twitter account, will highlight “multiple indie games coming to Nintendo Switch.” The presentation will be up at 10am PT on Wednesday, August 30. There is no word on what…

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Press Release: Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack Coming to Nintendo Switch This Fall

Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack will be coming to the Nintendo Switch this fall. Check out the press release below for more information. “NEW JERSEY – Aug. 28, 2017 – Prepare to jump into one of the most electrifying 2D platformers out there as Azure Striker Gunvolt: Striker Pack is heading for Nintendo Switch at North American and European retailers. This October, fans can pick up the two-in-one package featuring both Nintendo 3DS classics, Azure Striker Gunvolt and Azure Striker…

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Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle – 4 Tips to Win after a Defeat

We've been playing Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle for a good while now, and have almost completed the entire game. While you won't be able to breeze through the game, there are some things to take note of that will allow you to get through a hard level on your second try, or worst case scenario, your third. Check out these tips for getting through Mario+Rabbids!

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Ubisoft’s Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle is Still Nintendo’s Mario

When images of Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle were leaked ahead of the games official announcement at E3 2017, the masses of Nintendo fans online were pretty skeptical about what they were looking at. Could it be true? Was Nintendo allowing another publisher to use their assets to create a cross over title? Turns out, this was all true, but rest assured: despite Ubisoft developing and publishing this game, and despite them using their Rabbids characters, this is still very much Nintendo's Mario!

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Browsing The Side Of Gaming We Tend To Forget

When we look at the history of games, we often take a look through the arcades, at the early gaming computers, at Atari, Amstrad, Nintendo, and so on. When it comes to PC games, however, there are often sides to the history of how we got where we are today that we tend to ignore.

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