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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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Smoke and Sacrifice Review

I’ve played a few survival rpgs and they are pretty fun. Yes, you will die a lot in survival rpgs, but you also get to do things in them that you don’t find yourself doing in other types of rpgs. For instance, crafting new and surprising items to fight off or capture something. Smoke and Sacrifice for the Nintendo Switch is a survival rpg that puts you into some interesting┬ásituations. The game also has a story too. So is…

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Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition

Do you miss the old days of pen, paper, and dice rpgs? Oh wait, do you still play those types of rpgs? There’s nothing at all wrong that! Of course, you could be like me and you never played those rpgs at all. For any of the people listed above, as long as you like rpgs, then you should be interested in Knights of Pen and Paper +1 Deluxier Edition for the Nintendo Switch. Why? Read on to find out…

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Battle Chasers: Nightwar Review

Battle Chasers: Nightwar is based on a 90s comic book by artist Joe Madureira. The game was recently released on the Nintendo Switch eshop. We received a review code and checked it out. Is Battle Chasers: Nightwar a good game? Battle Chasers: Nightwar’s story is very interesting. I do wish I had read the comics so that I knew the main characters better, but you don’t need to have read the comics to enjoy this game’s story and dialogue. I…

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Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Nintendo Switch Review

I’ve been looking forward Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles coming to the Nintendo Switch ever since I played a demo of it on the Playstation 4. Adam Roffel was definitely a fan of the game. But does Yonder live up to my expectations on the Switch? Is this a game you should check out? Here is my review for Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles for the Nintendo Switch. Yonder’s story reminds me a lot of Breath of the Wild’s story.…

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Death Road to Canada Review

We all know that Canada is a wonderful place and its full of wonderful people. That is just a fact! And so it should be no surprise that when the zombie apocalypse hits, Canada is one of the few safe places in the world. Welcome to Death Road to Canada for Nintendo Switch. Its a tough journey to Canada. You’ll be fighting a lot of zombies. Are you ready? Is this a Death Road you want to take? Death Road…

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