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One More Day Until Paper Mario: The Origami King Arrives On Nintendo Switch

Paper Mario: The Origami King comes out tomorrow for the Nintendo Switch. Need more reason to be hyped for this game? Check out the Nintendo Treehouse Live footage from last week! Paper Mario: The Origami King comes out tomorrow (7/17) on the Nintendo Switch. We will have a preview article on the game this weekend and a review of it next week! I’m pretty excited for the game. If you remember, I gave Paper Mario: Color Splash a 10 out…

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Banner of the Maid – Nintendo Switch Gameplay Trailer

Banner of the Maid is strategy rpg thats coming to the Nintendo Switch on August 12, 2020. A new trailer has been released for the game! Please check it out and then come back to GamesReviews.com for some thoughts on Banner of the Maid. Banner of the Maid is a a strategy rpg that looks like Final Fantasy Tactics on the surface, but its not completely like that game. The graphics and the initial turn-based strategy in Banner of the…

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More Thoughts From Me #229: A Look Back At All the Paper (Mario)

Paper Mario: The Origami King will be coming out very soon (July 17th) and so I thought I’d take a look back at previous Paper Mario games. Here they are: the good, the bad, and the ugly… The newest Paper Mario game will be coming out soon. So its time to take a look back at the good, the bad, and the ugly of the series. Let’s start at the beginning… Paper Mario: Debuting on the Nintendo 64, this game…

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Railway Empire Switch Review

Railway Empire, originally released on PC, XB1 and PS4 in 2018, is a simulator and economic management game by German developer Gaming Minds Studios which allows you to build a railway tycoon from the ground up. While there have been many issues with larger simulator games porting from current-gen consoles and PC over to the Nintendo Switch, a few have managed to do so quite successfully. Will Railway Empire join the sparse ranks of successful ports or will it be yet another game that has to sacrifice too much, and in the wrong places, to make the transition? ...

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Megaquarium: Freshwater Frenzy DLC Review

Just when you thought it was safe to go back into the water - Megaquarium's Freshwater Frenzy DLC is ready to take a serious bite out of your free time! Released in Fall 2018, Megaquarium is a wonderfully delightful sim/management game where the player builds their dream aquarium, while managing their food, staff, water quality and fish compatibility needs. While the base game focuses only on saltwater marine life, fans of river fish will be delighted to hear that freshwater frenzy (unsurprisingly) features an entire array of freshwater fish and habitats!

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More Thoughts From Me #227: Sega! Classics!

I was a Nintendo kid growing up, so I didn’t play very many Sega games. I played Sonic, everybody played Sonic, but not many of the other games. Over the years, I have played a few more Sega games, like Beyond Oasis and recently the first Phantasy Star, but there are still a lot of Sega games I haven’t played. Recently, I decided to get the Sega Genesis Classics collection for Nintendo Switch (helped that it was on sale). What…

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Disintegration Review

Disintegration is a first-person shooter developed by V1 Interactive, a relatively new indie-developer, that aims to blast away any preconceived notions of what a first person shooter should be. While there is no doubt how ambitious of a project that might be for a team of under 30 people, some of the best games are ones that were built out of heart and passion for the hobby of gaming - not simple by those who have the most money and resources to throw at it. With that in mind, let's take a look at what Disintegration has to offer!

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More Thoughts From Me #226: Where Is Nintendo?

Last month, Nintendo revealed Paper Mario: The Origami King to us. After that, well, they have been pretty silent about new things. Where is Nintendo? What are they up to? The following are my guesses on when we should expect news and what that news might be! Nintendo has been quiet lately (well expect for that Jump Rope game). Too quiet. What are they up to? When will we get (real) news next? Many people think that we’ll get news…

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Clubhouse Games Review

Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics is a collection of small games, everything from card games to fishing. We've seen Clubhouse Games on portables before but never a full fledged console version. Is Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics worth checking out on the Nintendo Switch? Let's take a look in our full review of Clubhouse Games!

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XCOM 2 Collection Nintendo Switch Review

One of the titans of the turn-based shooter, XCOM 2, has made its way to the Nintendo Switch! Featuring all of the DLC and the War of the Chosen expansion, the XCOM 2 Collection offers the complete XCOM 2 experience on what is quickly becoming the most popular current-gen console, the Nintendo Switch. As a turn-based game that does not rely on latency, frame rate or even reflexes, it would seem to be a perfect pick-up and put-down game for the Switch. Will this be the case or will the slight performance drops hold it back? Let's take a look!

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