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Monster Hunter Stories 2 is Better on PlayStation

A while ago, we reviewed Monster Hunter Stories 2 on the Nintendo Switch, and we really enjoyed the game. The downside to the Switch version was a bit of a graphical deficiency and some frame rate issues – when we were offered an opportunity to look at the game again on the PlayStation 5 (game is technically PlayStation 4) from Capcom I jumped at the opportunity. I really enjoyed this handheld game, but would it be just as much fun…

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Why Nintendo Announced So Much

The latest Nintendo Direct has just ended, and I’ve seen a number of people asking why Nintendo has announced so many new titles with the Switch 2 potentially less than 12 months away. A lot of amazing things were announced, so let’s highlight a few of the newer titles and then discuss why so much is happening in 2024. Mario + Luigi – this is a fantastic series, although it has been left on a handheld system until now. I’ve…

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Bring All Your Retro Games to Steam

The original Resident Evil has been rated for a release on Steam, and it’s the most ridiculous thing ever that it isn’t already a thing. Think about it. You have a giant library of games from the last 30 years just sitting there. The average PC gamer has it open by default. They want games to buy, and the rights holders… just do nothing? Yes, the REmake is available for purchase. But that’s not enough. Steam should have all the…

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Rolling Hills: Make Sushi, Make Friends Impressions

Rolling Hills: Make Sushi, Make Friends isn’t your typical restaurant simulator. Sure, you’ll be crafting delectable rolls and nigiri, but at its heart, this game is about forging connections and becoming a part of a charming little community. Stepping into the shoes of a sushi-making robot, you’ll find yourself in a picturesque village nestled amongst rolling hills – a stark contrast to the sterile labs you might be accustomed to. The art style is a delightful blend of soft colors…

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Lamborghini Countach Arrives in LEGO Form!

Gear up for a new LEGO Icons set – the Lamborghini Countach 5000 Quattrovalvole! This detailed model lets car enthusiasts and collectors build a luxurious and technological marvel from bricks. Packed with authentic features, the set includes the iconic scissor doors that open upwards for a realistic touch. The LEGO® Icons Lamborghini Countach 5000 Quattrovalvole will be available starting July 4th, 2024 at LEGO stores and online at LEGO Canada. Want to Learn More? We have additional information and images…

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Tomten Components Overview and Review

Is it July yet? Can we say Christmas in July? Well never mind, today we have the fantastic pleasure of looking at the components for an upcoming crowdfunding campaign for the game Tomten. Tomten is a Christmas themed game of fun where players and work cooperatively, in teams, or competitively to complete contracts while preparing for the holiday season. There isn’t a ton in the box, but based on the copy I am looking at, the production quality is great!…

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Ticket to Ride Paris Review

Ticket to Ride Paris is another great installment in the small box Ticket to Ride series. Where will it fit in your ranking?

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Summer Game Fest Isn’t E3 – And That’s Okay

The Summer Game Fest has come and gone to mark the semi-official start of the season’s Not-E3 celebrations. And yet this year, more than ever, we can see that it’s not the E3 replacement perhaps everybody wants it to be. That should be okay. That is to say, there a place for a smaller “hyped” event that can explore a variety of smaller games alongside a few bigger announcements. And while that might not seem like a controversial opinion, for…

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Bitoku Unboxing and Components Review

Bitoku is a complex game but is also very colourful and well produced! Let's take a look at the games components!

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Project 13 Impressions

Project 13 on Xbox One and Series X/S is an unconventional experience that blends psychological horror with walking simulator elements. Here’s a more detailed look at what the game offers: A Descent into Unease: Endless Corridors: The entire game takes place within a single, sterile psychiatric ward corridor. This monotonous setting is broken only by subtle changes in lighting, decoration, or even the occasional ominous message scrawled on the wall. As you progress, a sense of unease builds with each…