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Bravely Default II – A Brave New Battle Trailer

Bravely Default 2 is coming out later this month for the Nintendo Switch. Check out this new trailer from Nintendo about the game’s battle system! Bravely Default 2 will be coming to the Nintendo Switch on February 26th, 2021. The battle system in Bravely Default is very strategic. As mentioned in the trailer, the Brave option does allow you to use multiple actions quickly. This is risky during boss battles though. I know when I was playing the Bravely Default…

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More Thoughts From Me #256: Will Nintendo Directs Continue?

Last year was…well it was 2020. What else needs to be said? And this year isn’t better yet. However we do know what games will be coming out for the Nintendo Switch in February, March, and April. So does Nintendo need to do a regular Nintendo Direct soon? And will they ever do a Direct again? As a bonus to my thoughts, check out the very first Nintendo Direct below! Last week Nintendo released a trailer and new information for…

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More Thoughts From Me #252: Happy Holidays!

Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays! This time I share my thoughts about this year in video games and just how lucky video game fans were compared to, oh say movie fans or tv show fans. Time to reflect and hug your video games or you know, thank a video game developer. Well, we made it to the holidays. Its been a bad year. I think most of us can agree that 2020 sucked and we never want to see it again.…

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Worms Rumble Review

Ah yes, Worms. That beloved tactical franchise from the early-to-mid 90s. You remember – with the sheep and the “Oh dear”. Know what it needs? To become an ACTION-PACKED BATTLE ROYALE, BABY. I don’t know if that conversation ever took place, but whatever the thought process, meet Worms Rumble. It’s a multiplayer-only 2D-shooter, taking some of the more familiar elements of Worms and repackaging them for the new generation of gaming. It’s the biggest change in tone since 2003’s Worms…

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Wild Game Awards Predictions

Its that time again: The Game Awards will air tonight! Whether you watch it on YouTube or twitch or twitter, you should check out this show. You just never know what will be revealed during the Game Awards. And really, isn’t that what we care about? Not the Awards, no never that, but the announcements! The trailers! So what will we see tonight? Here are my wild, never will these happen predictions. Real Talk: Its 2020. If we get one…

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More Thoughts From Me #250: My Top 5 Games of the Year

The Game Awards is coming up on Thursday. I’m actually excited about the awards this year because a lot of great games are up for awards. Plus I’m hoping some cool things are revealed for next year too. So with all that said, what are my Games of the year? The Year is almost over. This is the time when we’re all thinking about our games of the year. So without further ado, here’s my top 5 games of the…

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More Thoughts From Me #248: You May Say I’m A Dreamer…

I’ve talked about Dreams for the PS4 before. I played the beta. And I eventually played the demo too. However, now, I finally have the full game. Here are my thoughts on Dreams for the PS4 so far. Dreams for the Playstation 4 is on sale for $19.99 right now at retail and on the Playstation store. You should go get it! Why? Let me tell you about my experience so far. I bought Dreams on Friday when it went…

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Age of Empires 3: Definitive Edition Review

Age of Empires has been a part of my life since the original launch, and when you count of the hours played across all the titles, it's easily my most played franchise on PC, by a long shot. In the build up to Age of Empires 4, the development team has been churning out Definitive Edition versions of the past numbered games in the series - Age of Empires, Age of Empires 2, and now Age of Empires 3. Although Age of Empires 3 is the least impressive upgrade of the three - likely due to it being newer, and therefore, required less - there is still a ton of fun ...

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Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light Will Be Released in December on Switch

Today, a surprising game can be found on the Nintendo eshop in North America! The title is Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and Blade of Light. The game is the very first 8-bit Fire Emblem. Its being localized and released in North America for the first time! We have the details below. Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light will be released for the Nintendo Switch on December 4th, 2020. This is the first Fire Emblem game and its…

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Baldur’s Gate 3 Review

The latest in the wildly successful franchise set in the Dungeons & Dragons universe, Baldur's Gate 3 was just recently released via Early Access. While expansions and enhanced editions of previous games have continued trickling in, fans of the Baldur's Gate series have been waiting the better part of two decades for a new full release in the franchise. Although it is still in Early Access, Baldur's Gate 3 is available for purchase and play on Steam, Stadia and Galaxy of Games as of October 6th, 2020. How will this latest installment find its place in one of ...

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