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Saturday Morning RPG Review

G.I. Joe, Transformers, Thundercats, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Looney Tunes, and so many more cartoons are relics of my past, though I still think about most of them till this day. So when a game comes along thats obviously a love letter to those cartoons of old, well, I’m more than interested in it. Saturday Morning RPG for the Nintendo Switch is that game. But is it a good game or just pure nostalgia? Saturday Morning RPG’s story is seperated…

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Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze Review

Donkey Kong Country is one of Nintendo's longest running franchises, next to Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda, and for good reason. The side scrolling, monkey action has been a staple in homes of Nintendo fans for generations, and while the releases are not as frequent as Mario and Zelda, the quality of the games they do release is fantastic. While we await a new Donkey Kong Country experience on Nintendo Switch - which we believe is imminent - returning to the under appreciated Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze from the Wii U is a great way for ...

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Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs

Not all strategy rpgs are created equal. Sometimes you get a strategy rpg like Final Fantasy Tactics, other times you get cheap knock-offs, or sometimes you get strategy rpgs that are good but could be so much better. Regalia: Of Men and Monarchs came out for the Nintendo Switch recently. Its a strategy rpg with a mix of adventure and a tiny bit of sim to it. Is it a good game though? Lets take a look! Regalia: Of Men…

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Super Daryl Deluxe Review

When I think of the name Daryl, I always tend to think about The Walking Dead. However now, I’ll be thinking about another Daryl too. Super Daryl Deluxe for the Nintendo Switch is a totally odd game. This game could easily become a cult classic on the Switch. People might look at the previews for this game and go “Thats just too odd.” and pass it by. If you’re smart though, you’ll read my review before dismissing Super Daryl Deluxe!…

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Devious Dungeon Review

As I said in my preview for Devious Dungeon, the game is so addictive that I wasn’t even sure I’d get this review done. Here it is though and you may wonder: is Devious Dungeon as good a game as I said it was in my preview? Is this a game that you must download right now? Please check out my review below to find out my final opinion of Devious Dungeon for Nintendo Switch. The story in Devious Dungeon…

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Penny Punching Princess Review

There are a lot of fighting games on the Nintendo Switch. There are not, however, many nor any other games that can claim that you can bribe an enemy to go away and/or come back to help you. Money isn’t usually used much in fighting games unless its to buy new equipment rpg style or unlock new stuff. So a game where you can bribe enemies, well, thats gotta be unique right? Enter Penny Punching Princess for the Nintendo Switch.…

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Last Day of June Review

What if you lost someone you loved…and then you were given the chance to save them through time travel? Would you do it? How would you save the person you love? This is the premise of Last Day of June for the Nintendo Switch. In this game, you repeat a lot of the same events over and over in order to try and save the main character’s loved one. Is this a good game? Here’s my review of Last Day…

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Midnight Deluxe Review

The following game is not 36 Fragments of Midnight, even though it does look like that game. Instead, Midnight Deluxe is like a game of golf. You must hit an object into a hole. Sounds simple right? Well, this game gets harder as you go. Is Midnight Deluxe a good game or not? Read my review to find out! Midnight Deluxe has no story or setup. Instead, the player is thrown into a series of environments where they play an…

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Kirby Star Allies Review

Like Mario and Zelda, Kirby is another of the Nintendo franchises that has refused to quit over the past 25 years, and for good reason: despite the 'easy' nature of these games, they continue to appeal to the broader Nintendo fan base, taking the world of platform video games and delivering it to a wider, more accessible audience. Like the Kirby games before it, Star Allies continues the trend of mixing easy gameplay with charming visuals and audio. Does the package work when stuck together? Despite the easy nature of the experience, we think so!

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Scribblenauts Showdown Review

The Scribblenauts franchise has been around since the DS era. While this series has never been a best selling attention getting game, it has always been unique and different. And now Scribblenauts has come to the Nintendo Switch with a multiplayer focused game. Is Scibblenauts Showdown as good as the other games in the series? This is a very different sort of Scribblenauts game than previous games in the series. With the games on other systems, Scribblenauts has always been…

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