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Many Switch Games Available This Weekend

If you are looking for something to play this weekend, there are no shortage of new titles coming to the Nintendo Switch. While things are dominated by collections released by Take Two, Nintendo is also serving up one of their bigger titles this year in Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition! Here are a few releases you can get excited about!

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2K Support on Switch is Fantastic

It's not everyday that one company launches multiple game packages on the Nintendo Switch, but 2K is doing just that with a Borderlands Collection and BioShock Collection. At this time, we at GamesReviews are uncertain if we will have reviews for you, but hopefully we can update this to say we will soon! But for now, let's jump into what is releasing this week!

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Is the Nintendo Switch That Much Different Than the Nintendo Wii U (Software)?

With E3 and other major gaming conventions being cancelled around the globe, online events have slowly begun rolling out, making big game announcements and showing off new technologies. Last weeks announcement that Tony Hawk Pro Skater 1 and 2 were being bundled together in a new package highlighted another question that has been bugging me for weeks, if not months - when it comes to available software, is the Nintendo Switch that much different than the Nintendo Wii U?

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KontrolFreek Thumb Grips

I've often visited my local game store to purchase or pickup games, and always bypass what I use to consider the "suckers" section of the store. You know it - the place where they put those thumb grips, silicon sleeves, decals, etc. The area where you spend money on things people don't need. I was a complete skeptic. Thankfully, Kontrol Freek decided to test the skeptic in me, and send along thumb grips for both Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and while I'm not here to tell you they are must own products, having them has been a decent improvement in my overall ...

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Nintendo Direct Mini 3-26-20

Nintendo surprised everyone by releasing a Nintendo Direct Mini today. You can check it out below and then please come back here for some thoughts on the Direct! I thought the Nintendo Direct mini was pretty good! No major new Nintendo games were revealed but a whole bunch of third party games were. And Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition was shown off more. I like Xenoblade Chronicles on the Wii and the remake for the Switch looks excellent. Its great that…

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Almost Three Months – How Is Google Stadia?

Over the past few weeks, I've been diving deep into Borderlands 3 on Google Stadia, and have really been enjoying the experience so far. I'm playing on 40 mb Internet, mostly on my Google Pixel 4 XL, once and a while connecting to Google Chromecast and playing on my TV. And still, the experience has been nearly flawless.

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Unfortunate Public Perception Setting Stadia Back – This Is a Good Product

Because of a rough launch, and a minimal number of available games, the launch of Google Stadia has been anything but good. Issues with games not loading, issues with graphic quality during streams, games quitting suddenly – it wasn’t pretty. Add to that the seemingly underwhelming selection of games, and the high entry price point (unless joining via a Buddy Pass), and you have a pretty rough launch. And that is unfortunate, because almost two months later, and Google Stadia…

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Remnant: From the Ashes feature

Remnant: From The Ashes Review

Remnant: From the Ashes simultaneously feels like a brand new mix of genres and a familiar title reminiscent of gaming days gone by. By themselves, the third-person combat, dungeon-crawling looting and randomly-generated playthroughs are all very comfortable and well-used elements of action-adventure games but the manner in which Gunfire Games has combined them provides an overall experience unlike anything I have played before. That being said, let’s take a deeper look into Remnant: From the Ashes!

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Steam Summer Sale feat

Top 10 Deals for the Steam Summer Sale

The glorious Steam Summer Sale is upon us again! The mega-sale that provoked Steam to host a sale every season, the Steam Summer Sale is known for having a few outrageously good deals that are just too good to pass up. In recent years, likely due to the overwhelming success and popularity of the sales, the deals have felt more than a bit diluted. This year, however, promises to bring a real amount of excitement as the Summer Sale returns to its roots of providing its loyal user base with some absolutely spectacular prices on high quality games. We’ve compiled ...

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More Thoughts From Me E3 2019 Special Edition: What was that Microsoft?

Microsoft hyped up an E3 2019 beyond our imagination. They promised surprises, bringing someone new, lots of games, and more. Shigeru Miyamoto was even rumored to appear at the Xbox Briefing. So how did the conference turn out? Well…lets talk about it… What was that Microsoft? Xbox E3 Briefing 2019 was full of games, sure, but nothing too stunning. We knew about most of the games and the ones we didn’t know about were mostly indies. Microsoft, to their credit,…

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