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Advance Wars 1+2 Re-boot Camp Review

We previously previewed Advance Wars 1+2 Re-boot Camp and now its time for our review. What do we think of this remake of the first two Advance Wars games for the Nintendo Switch? Advance Wars 1+2 Re-boot Camp is a remake the classic Advance Wars 1 and 2 games for the Gameboy Advance. The games are turn-based strategy games in which you play as the Orange Star Army that’s trying to protect the world from other armies out to cause…

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Wildfrost Review

Wildfrost is card-based strategy action-adventure game. Its not at all what you expect it to be. Is it a good game though? Is it addictive? Here is our review of Wildfrost for the Nintendo Switch! Wildfrost is addictive card combat game with a lot of strategy. There isn’t much of a story to it, though some neat world history is revealed through journal pages that contain cool illustrations. The gameplay is the core of what makes Wildfrost special. In Wildfrost…

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Minecraft Legends Review (Second Opinion)

Minecraft Legends is an upcoming action strategy video game being developed by Mojang Studios and Blackbird Interactive, and published by Xbox Game Studios. It is officially slated to release on April 18, 2023. Now this isn’t the first spinoff from the ULTRA successful Minecraft series, you may remember Minecraft Dungeons from a few years ago, which I had a lot of fun with honestly. Can they do it again with Minecraft Legends? First off I highly encourage you to check…

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Meg’s Monster A Beautiful Emotional Game that takes you on a Journey towards Home

Before we dive into the game, I want to say Odencat the developer behind Fishing Paradiso and Bear’s Restaurant has always created amazing short story emotional games with beautiful music and loving pixel art graphics. And their recent release, Meg’s Monsters, is one game that shares something similar: a beautifully emotional story and beautiful old-school RPG elements and graphics. Here is the launch trailer for Meg’s Monster: Story First, let’s talk about the story of the game and the monster.…

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Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon Review

Bayonetta Origins: Cereza and the Lost Demon is not the Bayonetta you remember. If you hated Bayonetta 1, 2 and 3, I suggest giving Bayonetta Origins a shot. If you loved Bayonetta 1, 2 and 3, I suggest giving Bayonetta Origins a shot. I’ve been very vocal about my general distaste for the serious. In fact, I initially brushed this origin story aside because I wasn’t interested in exploring Bayonetta further. I was wrong, and I’m here to tell you why!

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Digimon World: Next Order Review

With a franchise series like Digimon, there has always been a feverish fan base that loved the series and scoffed in the face of Pokémon. Well all these years later we know which series ended up on top. But despite all that Digimon games do still occasionally come out. Digimon World: Next Order is a port of a game that originated on Vita, then made its way to PS4 stateside and now reaches a new audience with a release on…

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Octopath Traveler 2 Review

The first Octopath Traveler introduced the HD-2D style of games to the world. And now Octopath Traveler 2 is here!

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Dead Cells Review

In the past I was never what you would consider a fan of rogue-like games. Dead Cells came and went without me really even acknowledging it’s existence. Up until 2020 when a friend of mine could stop singing the praises of Hades, which took the gaming world by storm that year, and still to date is one of the best “indie” games I have ever played. Since then I realized I was honestly missing out on a satisfying game loop…

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Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe Review

Kirby was never a Nintendo franchise I had much interest in. That sort of changed with the launch of Kirby and the Forgotten Land, a more 3D take on the traditional 2D Kirby experience. The last Kirby game was so charming that I knew I had to give Kirby’s Return to Dreamland Deluxe a go. Having never played the original, would I find this as charming as The Forgotten Land, even without the 3D experience? Let’s take a look. Gorgeous…

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Blanc Review

Blanc is a beautiful black and white game about a young deer and wolf cub who go on an adventure in a snowstorm. Here is our review!

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