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OddBallers Review

Ubisoft seems to be in the news a lot lately, from plunging stock values, delays of Skull and Bones again, and now the semi-flawed release of their newest title OddBallers. Now let me start all this off by saying Ubisoft is one of my absolutely favorite developer/publisher teams out there. I am a massive fan of Watchdogs, Far Cry, The Division, Etc etc. I think they get a lot of heat for putting out many good, not GREAT, games. Does…

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Demolish and Build Classic Review

Most kids start at a young age with a fascination with construction vehicles and demolition, right? Well, this game is basically that in a nutshell, break stuff buy new tools to break more stuff, buy more stuff to break bigger stuff. Simple formula really, should be easy enough to execute. Well…. Demolish and Build has you take charge of your own Demo company, you start off with minimal tools and equipment picking up odds jobs to earn more cash to…

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Motorcycle Mechanic Simulator 2021 Review

Don’t let the name fool you, this is a brand-new game out now for the Nintendo Switch. Sure, it’s a port of the 2021 version for PC, but don’t let that stop you from having a good time and getting your grease monkey on. The game’s overall premise is pretty simple, you are a budding mechanic with big dreams to create your own custom bikes. But in order to gain money and a solid customer base you start off doing…

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Fire Emblem Engage Review

It's difficult to say whether or not Fire Emblem Engage will appeal to all audiences, as it depends on what type of gameplay and features players are looking for in a game. I know that the Fire Emblem series has a dedicated fanbase that enjoys the turn-based, tactical gameplay and character development. The use of familiar characters from previous entries in the series may appeal to fans of the series, but it could also potentially alienate new players who may feel like they are missing out on previous storylines and character relationships.

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Sonic Frontiers Review

Sonic Frontiers is the best Sonic game in a generation. If you’re running faster than the blue blur to tell me that isn’t saying much, congratulations. You win Internet Original of the Day. But believe me when I say this is a new direction for the former console mascot. Do you remember the Saturday morning cartoon Sonic? He could seemingly run on any surface, leaping from one area to another in a blue line, impossible to see. That was the…

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Soccer Story Review

In a world where football is banned, it’s up to one youngster to… play football. So that football can return to the world? That’s Soccer Story, and if that explanation grabs you, congratulations – the game is exactly what you think it’ll be. Soccer Story is part sports game, yes. But mostly it’s about exploration and MMO-style quests that have you mostly using your magic ball for busywork. It is a story where it seems the only reason everybody gave…

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Kukoos: Lost Pets Gives me Tropical Freeze Vibes

I’ve been playing Kukoos: Lost Pets for a good while now, and I’m shockingly surprised with how much I have been enjoying the experience. Kukoos is a platforming adventure game in the vein of Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, which is widely considered one of the best side scrolling platformers in history. Kukoos is packed with levels and interesting concepts and ideas, and it all works together to create a very satisfying experience. One area of concern is the way…

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Pokémon Scarlet Review

Pokémon Scarlet is the first open world game in the franchise. Is it a good game? A bad game? Lets find out!

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Ship of Fools Review

Just when you thought you’ve seen and done everything a rogue like game could offer….along comes Ship of Fools. Ship of Fools is a seafaring rogue like co-op game where you play the Fools, the only creatures fool enough to brave the sea. The Great Lighthouse that once protected the Archipelago is broken and a storm of malice and corruption is coming. Together, you and your ship mate will jump aboard The Stormstrider and make your voyage across the sea.…

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Return to Monkey Island Review

Return to Monkey Island is the follow up to 1991’s Monkey Island 2, that’s right 31 years later we got the follow up to the cliffhanger ending of Monkey Island 2. For those of us old enough to remember and appreciate it. Legendary point and click game creator Ron Gilbert (Maniac Mansion, Monkey Island, Thimbleweed Park) had always wanted to continue to work on the series he created however when Disney bought Lucas Arts he no longer had access to…

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