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Hello Neighbor Review

Have you ever wanted to break into your neighbor’s house? If you are saying yes, then what the heck is wrong with you?! Also: boy do I have a game for you. And even if you said no, then thats ok. You should still check out Hello Neighbor for the Nintendo Switch. Why should you check this game out? Read on! If you want to be on the edge of your seat, Hello Neighbor will do that to you. From…

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Captain Toad Treasure Tracker Review

When Captain Toad first launched on the Nintendo Wii U back in 2014, it received the utmost praise from most major outlets, our included, but that wasn't enough to get people to buy the game. And in reality, that wasn't the games fault, but rather, the lack of Nintendo Wii U systems in the wild. Fast forward to 2018, and with the popularity of the Nintendo Switch, Nintendo was giving Captain Toad a second lease on life. Was it worth playing again? Has anything really changed? Let's dive in!

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Bomb Chicken Review

Thanks to a freak accident, a chicken suddenly doesn’t lay eggs anymore…he lays bombs! Bomb Chicken for the Nintendo Switch is an odd game. I wrote about it in a preview. And now my review is done and we can finally find out: which came first the bomb or the chicken? Wait. No. We’ll find out whether or not I recommend this game! There isn’t much of a story to Bomb Chicken but that shouldn’t be a surprise: this game…

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Wolfenstein 2 Nintendo Switch review

I’ve written a lot about Wolfenstein 2 lately. You can check out my first impressions of the game here and my two preview articles here and here. But what do I think of the game overall? Where’s my full review of Wolfenstein 2?! My review is right here. Right now. You can check it out below. Remember when I was talking about how movie-like Wolfenstein 2’s story was and how it brought something different to the Switch. I still think…

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de Blob Nintendo Switch review

If you thought that Splatoon 2 was the only game on the Nintendo Switch where you paint the town red, well, you were wrong! de Blob came out for the Nintendo Switch recently. Its a game, much like Splatoon 2, thats all about painting. Though in de Blob, you are transforming black and white areas into color. Its a pretty cool effect. Is de Blob a good game though? Check out my review! There is a story in de Blob…

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The Lost Child Review

The Lost Child for Nintendo Switch is very strange game. It is one part anime, one part first person dungeon crawler, and one part investigation game. I didn’t really care for the game during my preview, even though I knew that it was good game! For my full review, I didn’t just look at whether or not I personally liked the game. I also looked how the game played, how it looked, and what it sounded like. Is The Lost…

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LEGO The Incredibles Review: All about Cooperation

The LEGO formula hasn't changed a lot in recent memory and while in writing that sounds like a bad thing, in reality it's been working just fine for a number of years. Sure, small enhancements have been made in combat - changed in LEGO Ninjago Movie Game and kept for this adventure - but overall, the brick busting, stud collecting, puzzle solving characters are back, with more options than ever before. And the open world feel of The Incredibles gives me the same feelings I had when playing LEGO City Undercover, which is a huge achievements. But does it all ...

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Mario Tennis Aces Review

Mario Tennis Aces is hitting the Nintendo Switch at the exact right time, about half a year before Nintendo's next major multiplayer title - Super Smash Bros Ultimate - and just a few months before Nintendo's paid online access take affected. And this timing is incredibly important, because despite its shortcomings on single player content, Mario Tennis Aces is setting itself up to be one of Nintendo's better online offerings in recent memory. With the promise of a robust online system, Mario Tennis Aces is about to hit the next level.

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Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido Review

When watching gameplay of Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido, I was having a very difficult time getting excited. I'm a big fan of puzzle games, but on my mobile phone instead of consoles. It was for this reason that I actually chose to skip out on the demo of Sushi Striker and focus on other games and articles that need to be written. When the opportunity came up to take the retail version for a spin, I decided to leave my preconceived notions at the door, and enter the experience with an open mind. I'm so glad I did, as Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido is ...

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Happy Birthdays Review

I love simulation games. Animal Crossing is my all-time favorite game. I’m also a huge fan of Sim City and I even like The Sims. Well, kind of. But the simulation genre really appeals to me. So I had a feeling that I would like Happy Birthdays. But how much do I like it? And does this game appeal to non-simulation genre fans? I was surprised to find that Happy Birthdays has an actual storyline. I didn’t think there would…

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