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Quake Remaster Review

There's virtually nothing new left to say about Quake, one of the breakthrough titles that changed the gaming industry forever. Along with its predecessor Doom, Quake stands as one of the most inspirational games of all times. It's 3D rendering was way ahead of its time and arsenal of weapons, puzzles and level design hold up to this day. Quake truly is a classic, and it has been remastered with 1080p resolution support, enhanced models, dynamic lighting and so much more.

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No More Heroes 3 Review

No More Heroes 3 is the strangest game I’ve played. Buckle up! Here is our review of No More Heroes 3 for the Nintendo Switch. No More Heroes 3 is strange. It is very, very, very, very, very, very, very strange. What? You want me to explain the plot? Okay… Travis Touchdown, an assassin, must save the world from aliens that dress like 70s B-Movie villain rejects! Thats the simplistic explanation for the game’s plot without too many spoilers. No…

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Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory Review

Kingdom Hearts is a mess of mixed genres, overlapping storylines and convoluted writing, and yet we still love it. Its cheesy optimism and tight gameplay – not to mention the much-loved cameos – makes it a must-play for anybody with a heart (sorry, Nobodies). Melody of Memory takes all of that and basically just dumps it in the bin, replacing the best of the franchise with a self-indulgent Theatrhythm clone. And that’s not to say it’s bad. There are things…

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Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD Review

Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword was originally on the Nintendo Wii. It hadn't been available on anything else...until now! Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword HD is out now for the Nintendo Switch. How is the game on the Switch? Does the remapped controls work on Nintendo Swithc after so many folks passed on the motion controls of the Wii version? Here is our review!

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Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin Review

Its finally time for our Monster Hunter Stories 2: Wings of Ruin review! For even more thoughts on the game, please check out our review-in-progress articles. How is Monster Hunter Stories 2 overall? Let's take a look!

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Mario Golf: Super Rush Review

In our preview of Mario Golf: Super Rush, we told you about the game's brand new modes and how we've been enjoying them so far. But is Mario Golf: Super Rush another must have game for the Nintendo Switch or should you just go back to playing Mario Kart? Here is our review of Mario Golf: Super Rush for the Nintendo Switch!

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Game Builder Garage Review

Do you like Sony’s game builder Dreams? Do you wish Nintendo had an interesting, more complex game builder too? Then you should check out this review of Game Builder Garage for the Nintendo Switch! Game Builder Garage is unlike any other game on the Nintendo Switch eshop right now. Yes, we’ve seen other game makers on the system like Super Mario Maker 2 and RPG Maker MV. However, Game Builder Garage is more complex than those games and offers more…

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Miitopia Review

Miitopia was, and technically still is, on the Nintendo 3DS. We reviewed it on that system, plus you can find review-in-progress articles here. But what do we think of the Switch version? Is it the game worth picking up again or for the first time on Switch? Here is our review of Miitopia on the Nintendo Switch!

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Famicom Detective Club Review

There are some games from the NES era that we never got in the West. Nintendo has started bringing some of them over like Earthbound Beginnings on the Wii U and the very first Fire Emblem on the Switch. And now Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir and Famicom Detective Club: The Girl Who Stands Behind have been translated and will be on the Nintendo Switch soon. Are these games any good? Here is our two-in-one review of the Famicom Detective Club games!

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New Pokemon Snap Review

Personally, as a gamer, I’ve had a semi love/hate relationship with Pokémon over the years. I was an early adopter to the series having Pokémon Blue when it came out and did really enjoy the game. But we haven’t really had anything quite like that until then. Obviously, since then it has blown up to a worldwide phenomenon with people camped out for cards, buying games left and right, storming Build-A-Bear to get plushies…its been a crazy ride. I’ve gone…

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