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Astria Ascending First Impressions

Astria Ascending is a 2D side-scrolling jrpg. It was developed with the help of several Final Fantasy veterans. That fact alone adds a lot of hype to this indie rpg! We just got a review code for the game yesterday and here are our first thoughts on Astria Ascending for the Nintendo Switch. Astria Ascending is a turn-based jrpg. The combat is about what you’d expect: pick Attack, guard, special attack, etc from a menu. You can also switch characters…

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Welcome to the Nintendo Switch, Kingdom Hearts!

The final Smash Bros Ultimate character was revealed today and it was…Sora from Kingdom Hearts! Sora will be coming to the Switch later this month and also…the Kingdom Hearts games will be coming to the system too. We have the details below and also check out the Smash Bros video with Sora’s reveal. The final Smash Bros character, Sora, will be coming out on October 18th, 2021. And…the Kingdom Hearts games will be coming to the Switch too. We don’t…

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Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania Review (Nintendo Switch) – Video

Thanks to our friends at SEGA, we were able to play and review Super Monkey Ball Banana Mania on Nintendo Switch. This title is a remake of the 2005 title Super Monkey Ball DX, which itself was a compilation of Super Monkey Ball 1 and Super Monkey Ball 2. But does this bundle of nostalgia live up to my childhood hype? Let's take a look!

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RiMS Racing Review

I’ve never played a racing game like RiMS Racing, and its core unique mechanic is both the thing that makes the game stand out, and is also the thing that sometimes make the game tedious to progress through. RiMS Racing is the newest motorcycle racing sim from French publisher Nacon and first-time developer RaceWard, from Italy. The core concept of the game is that it’s part racing sim, part mechanic sim. Instead of earning more advanced bikes during the game,…

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Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Prince Edition Shines on Switch

We have been playing Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom Prince Edition on the Nintendo Switch for almost a week now, and can say definitely that if you own both a Switch and a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5, the mobility benefits of the Switch make this the version to purchase.

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More Thoughts From Me #281: Gotta Catch ‘Em All?

When I tell people I don’t like Pokémon, they are a bit surprised. I’m a Nintendo fan.  People think if you’re a fan of the company you probably like all their franchises, especially Pokémon! Who doesn’t like Pokémon? Well, I don’t. Why is that? And what am I thinking about the new games? Read on if you dare! I’ve tried to get into Pokémon. I played the 3DS demos, I’ve looked at footage, and of course played some non-rpg  games.…

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A Juggler’s Tale Review

In a Jugglers Tale, players will take on the role of Abby as she traverses various biomes to escape the evil circus ringmaster. Getting from A to B isn’t always easy for abby as she is hindered by the strings that allow her to move.

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3 More Nintendo 64 Games We Want on Switch Online

Ok, so Nintendo has officially announced that Nintendo 64 games are coming to Nintendo Switch Online, but only announced a handful of titles that will actually be available on the system. So, not taking into consideration the upcoming titles Nintendo announced - such as Majora's Mask - here are three titles we want to see on Nintendo Switch Online!

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Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars Demo Impressions

During Thursday’s Nintendo Direct, Square Enix announced a couple of surprise games. One of them was Voice of Cards: The Isle Dragon Roars.  Footage of the game was shown off for the first time and it was announced that a demo was coming out after the Direct. I’ve now played the entire demo and want to share my thoughts on it. Voice of Cards: The Dragon Roars is a video game that plays like a board game! You have cards…

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Does Kirby Spell Doom for Donkey Kong?

During last night's Nintendo Direct, Nintendo showed off their brand new upcoming Kirby title called Kirby and the Forgotten Land, which appears to be using a similar engine to the one used to create Mario Odyssey. And from the footage, the game looks absolutely incredible, with a variety of worlds to explore, characters and enemies to interact with, and so much more! But does this announcement kill the rumored 3D Donkey Kong title folks have been batting about for the last few months? 

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