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Fire Emblem Warriors Review

Please check out part 1, part 2, part 3, and part 4 of my week long coverage of Fire Emblem Warriors. Today, I want to give you my final review of the game. What did I think of Fire Warriors? Is it a great tribute to the Fire Emblem franchise? Will fans and non-fans alike embrace the game? Lets find out! Fire Emblem Warrior’s story is very much the same type of story we’ve seen in previous games of the…

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Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure Review

What if there were no people in the world? What if the world was made of talking boxes? And what if those boxes sent off some newbie box to stop some crazy boxes that were running amok? This is the premise of a game called Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure and its for the Nintendo Switch! Is this a good game, an alright game, or should it be boxed up and put outside with the trash? The story for Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure…

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Super Mario Odyssey Review

Every Nintendo Generation as of late has had an epic Super Mario adventure - 2 on the Wii! - so when Nintendo announces a Mario title, you assume it's the only one you'll get in the generation. Super Mario 64 on Nintendo 64, Super Mario Sunshine on GameCube, a pair of Super Mario Galaxy titles on Wii, Super Mario 3D World on Wii U, and now the pinnacle of them all: Super Mario Odyssey on Nintendo Switch. Odyssey spans the history of the whole series, from the 80s to today. And it is so, so good!

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The Flame in the Flood Review

Do you ever feel like going on an adventure? You know, just pack your bags and go somewhere without a desination. Of course, in real life, taking an adventure requires time and money. Thats why if you can't go on a real adventure, then you can always find one in a video game. It may not feel as real, but sometimes a video game comes along thats all about the adventure-surviving, finding stuff, and not dying of course. The Flame in the Flood for Nintendo Switch is all about how long you can make it.

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Yono and the Celestial Elephants Review

You are an elephant and your name is Yono. You came from the sky and you are here to help people. This is the basic premise of Yono and the Celestial Elephants for Nintendo Switch. Yono is cute, without a doubt, but is it a good game too? Yono and the Celestial Elephants put gameplay above story for the most part, but I still think the game’s story was pretty good overall. I thought the ending to the game was…

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Squareboy VS. Bullies: Arena Edition Review

I remember playing games like Double Dragon and Spider-man Maximum Carnage when I was younger. I wasn't that big on Double Dragon but liked the Spider-man game a lot. They were both pretty basic, walking left to right beat 'em ups. You don't see these types games too often anymore. Enter Squareboy VS. Bullies: Arena Edition for Nintendo Switch

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Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review

Although wildly popular, I've never been a huge fan of the Dragonball Universe nor do I have an affinity for fighting games. That being said, Dragonball Xenoverse 2 does everything a little bit different, making it the ideal game for long time fans and new players. While jumping into franchises with years and years of history is often a daunting task, the story and flow of Xenoverse 2 is the perfect combination of story, characters, and combat that will work for long time fans and new arrivals. Even though a fighting game is pretty low on my list of must play ...

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Earth Atlantis Review

What do you get when you mix a “space shooter” with an undersea Metroidvania? If you answered Earth Atlantis, then you’re right! In this shooter, you control a submarine that investigates the ocean for monsters big and small. There’s a lot of shooting and a lot of exploration in this game too. Sounds like an interesting mix right? Well, you’ll just have to read my review to find out if I liked Earth Atlantis for the Nintendo Switch. The story…

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One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition Review

I'm not a fan of Anime. I've spoken about my dislike of Pokemon before but generally, I'm not a big fan of the manga/anime genre overall. And yet, I decided I wanted to review One Piece: Unlimited World Red Deluxe Edition because I thought the gameplay looked interesting.

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The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game Review

LEGO games have been around for a long time, and have been released on almost every modern video game system imaginable, from the iPhone to the Xbox One, and everything in between. When the Nintendo Switch launched in March of 2017, everyone knew it would be the perfect system for Travelers Tales LEGO game, and so far, they haven't disappointed with the release of LEGO Worlds, and now, the LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game. LEGO Ninjago is much like previous LEGO licenced titles, but one major twist: improved combat that suites a Ninja lifestyle!

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