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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! Review (Xbox One)

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 3?! takes the fevered cooking game on the road, which opens up a slightly different gameplay style while further refining the original gameplay concept along the way. All three of the games in the series amount to what is a frantic rhythm game as orders come in associated with specific sequences of button presses to complete.  For many of the early orders, this can lead a player to a zen-like experience of hitting the sequences without much…

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Pumpkin Jack Review

We are knee-deep in the spooky season, which I always find myself playing spooky games throughout, this year was delighted to find a trick not treat in my goodie bag in Pumpkin Jack. Which is a 3D platformer much in the same style as the cult classic MedEvil with a bit of a modern flair. The peaceful Boredom Kingdom, with its happy citizens, monotonous calm… and adorable little bunnies, has sent the Devil himself into a flying rage! With dreams…

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Ys Origin Review

Ys is a long running series that doesn’t get a lot of attention. I’ve played a couple of the games but Ys Origin for the Nintendo Switch is the first time that I’ve really given the series a fair chance. Is Ys Origin worth a look or is this an entry in the long running series that you should skip? Ys Origin isn’t a modern action/rpg. It is most definitely an old school action rpg. The game’s story is a…

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My Universe – School Teacher Review

It’s the back-to-school season! Time to open the doors of your school and welcome your new students. Put on your schoolbag and get your notebooks: the game My Universe – School Teacher is available today on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and digitally on Xbox One and soon on PC/Mac. Play as a young teacher with a mission: take on the challenge to bring your new school back to the top and become the best teacher of all! To achieve these…

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9 Monkeys of Shaolin Review

Whatever happened to the brawler genre? One day, every game was a brawler, and the next it was gone. It had become retro, with new content consigned to stylised sequels like the incredible Streets of Rage 4. 9 Monkeys of Shaolin is an attempt to bring those old titles back in something feeling a little fresher – and it mostly succeeds. But not just that. 9 Monkeys of Shaolin is a perfect combination of genre and theme, bringing back kung-fu…

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Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix Review

Nickelodeon, a major part of most people’s childhoods of a certain generation. Myself, I was a bit older but still enjoyed some of the original Nicktoons like Doug, Rocko’s Modern Life, Ren + Stimpy, etc etc. Over the years they have done numerous mash-up games such as Nicktoons Unite (which was awesome), Sports games, racing games, and yes even racing sequels like this one. Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2 is just what you think it is, a typical kart racer-inspired heavily…

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Hades Review

Now and then a game comes out that you know you’re going to love. And when it finally releases, it’s even better than you’d hoped. Supergiant Games’ most recent release, Hades, is exactly that kind of game for me. It takes some of my favorite parts of past Supergiant games, improves on them, and adds my favorite roguelike implementation in any game. I adore each of the developer’s games and count Transistor and Bastion in-particular among my favorite games ever.…

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Fight Crab Review

Fight Crab is a new type of 3-D fighting game that grants the player complete autonomy and control of their limbs as a playable crab. Create your own play-style and unique moves by utilizing the physics of your surroundings, and the unique movement style of each species of crab. The battles are Super Smash Bros in how they play out, there is no health bars, just percentage of damage done to you and your opponent.  Your goal is to flip…

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Super Mario 3D All Stars Review

Its Mario's 35th Anniversary this year and Nintendo is celebrating with a whole bunch of awesome things, including the release of Super Mario 3D All Stars for the Nintendo Switch. The collection contains three games: Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, and Super Mario Galaxy. And GamesReviews.com has now reviewed all three and its time to tell you whether this collection is worth picking up!

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Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Review

Gear.Club Unlimited 2’s new Endurance race expansion turns the game into something that, until now, just hasn’t been available on the Nintendo Switch. Finally, sim racing fans have an actual option on the hybrid handheld console.   That’s not to say that the Gear.Club Unlimited sequel is a sim racer. The game is still largely the same in terms of structure: it feels a lot like a mobile racing game, with a defined progression track, a piecemeal upgrade system and…

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