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Broforce Forever (Xbox Series X)

When America needs to dole out some democracy, there’s only one gang of soldiers brave enough to answer the call: the Broforce. Made up of familiar (but not too familiar) faces from favourite action films and TV series of the 80s and 90s, you get to chew gum and kick ass through dozens of hilariously funny levels. And while the original game came out in 2015, Broforce Forever – the final update – was released earlier this month. And it’s…

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Blasphemous 2 Nintendo Switch Review

Blasphemous 2 is a really tough Metroidvania. Though just because a game is tough, doesn’t mean its bad. In fact, some of the best games are ultra tough. Is Blasphemous 2 among their ranks? Let’s find out! Here’s our review of Blasphemous 2 for the Nintendo Switch. The story of Blasphemous 2 is about a knight who goes on a mission to find out whats going on in his world. Well, at least that’s what we gathered from the story.…

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Flutter Away Review

If you like cozy games, then Flutter Away may be for you. Here is our review of Flutter Away for the Nintendo Switch! Flutter Away is a cozy nature adventure game where you take pictures of animals and other things in a jungle and add the pictures and documentation to your in-game journal. There is no real story to this game other than you’re out in the wild for five days and have to finish all your goals by then.…

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Rainbow Skies Review

Rainbow Skies is a strategy jrpg that is a bit different from what you typically see in the genre. Is a good game? Will strategy fans enjoy it? Here is our review of Rainbow Skies for the Nintendo Switch! Rainbow Skies is a strategy jrpg where the main character finds himself and his best friend living in the sky and then going to the surface accidently and ending up on a quest with a new friend. Yes we’ll keep the…

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Disney Illusion Island Review

Back in the 90’s and early 2000’s, licensed games were all the rage and back then there also was a plethora of of Disney themed games featuring numerous franchises such as Lion King, Aladdin, Duck Tales and so much more. But perhaps none were as more iconic as the ones featuring our favorite mouse and figurehead of Disney Mickey Mouse. This time he brings along some friends for a Metroid Vania platforming extravaganza. Mickey, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy arrive on…

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Venba Review

Video games tend not to be simple stories of home life. Guys with guns sell so much better. But unlike film and television, where there’s a healthy market for things that escue the blockbuster, in gaming not so much. Even without the giant budgets, indie games usually follow the same rules of killing, competition, sex and violence as their bigger, more expensive brothers. That’s what makes titles like Venba so special. Sweet, fascinating and best finished in a single sitting,…

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Doomsday Hunters Review

Doomsday Hunters is a roguelike action adventure indie game that came out on Nintendo Switch recently. We took a look at it and wanted to share our thoughts. Here is our review of Doomsday Hunters for the Nintendo Switch! Doomsday Hunters is a roguelite action adventure game set in a post-apocalyptic world. The story isn’t really important. Its just shown before you even start the game and then brushed aside! With Doomsday Hunters, the gameplay is the most important thing.…

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Gimmick! Special Edition Review

Gimmick!, released in Scandinavia as Mr. Gimmick, is a platform video game developed and published by Sunsoft, and originally released in Japan for the NES in 1992. The story follows a small green yōkai named Yumetaro who was mistakenly gifted as a toy to a young girl. After the girl’s toys come to life and whisk the girl away to another dimension, Yumetaro gives chase to save her. Playing as Yumetaro, the player must maneuver through a variety of levels,…

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This Way Madness Lies

“Be not afraid of greatness. Some are born great, some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon them.” Twelfth Night, William Shakespeare This Way Madness Lies is no ordinary game. Dear Reader, bear with me, as we take a journey that may twist the mind and at the end, you may consider me mad or mad yourself. In this game, you play as a group of Magical Girls, similar to what you’d find in Sailor Moon. These high school…

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Cross Tails

Do you like strategy rpgs like Final Fantasy Tactics? If so, then you might want to give Cross Tails from KEMCO a look. Here is our review of Cross Tails for the Nintendo Switch! Cross Tails is a strategy rpg in the style of games like Final Fantasy Tactics. The game’s story focuses on two kingdoms at war and the secrets that are behind it. And the best part is that you can choose between two different characters, one from…

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