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07 Aug 2018

Overcooked 2 Review

Lots of great multiplayer games have been on the rise thanks to digital stores and new ways to play. Whether they are big AAA titles or Indies, a majority of those titles don’t live up to the fun. Team 17 Digital Limited and Ghost Town Games’ Overcooked 2 brings all the

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31 Jul 2018

Castle Rock Episodes 1-3 Review

Castle Rock, the latest in mind-bending television bastioned on a pay service, in this case Hulu, is looking to continue the long trend of amazing TV on a network other than cable. Castle Rock, while spanning a couple areas in its premiere, primarily takes place in a town by the

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28 Jun 2018

MUSYNX – Nintendo Switch Review

MUSYNX wastes no time. From the word “go” you are dropped into the music selection screen to begin your beat-matching journey. You are taken to the first song in the selection screen with an option for the shop, to switch to Hard mode, or to switch to 6 key mode instead

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09 May 2018

Max and The Cursed Brotherhood – Nintendo Switch Review

Wired Productions has brought over Max and The Cursed Brotherhood(MATCB) onto the Nintendo Switch which is now available physically. MATCB takes you on a journey as Max who is trying to save his brother, who has been kidnapped by the evil wizard Mustacho and crew. Max further explores and investigates

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27 Apr 2018

BAFL – Brakes Are For Losers – Nintendo Switch Review

Publisher Playdius and Game Developers Oudidon bring Brakes Are For Losers (BAFL) to the Switch and how does it rank compared to other games in the same price range. Brakes Are For Losers (BAFL) is definitely true to its name to win you have to speed. It does  well in a party full

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16 Apr 2018

Last Day of June – Nintendo Switch Review

Last Day of June, originally released on PS4 and PC during the summer of 2017, is best described as an experience intended to connect emotionally to its viewers. The project is the brainchild of Massimo Guarini and his small team at Ovosonico, who are no strangers to the video game industry. The game’s

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15 Apr 2018

Lode Runner Legacy – Nintendo Switch Review

Lode Runner is a series as old as I am. Originally appearing in 1983 by Broderbund on systems such as the Apple II, Commodore 64, and Atari 8-bit consoles. It’s sequels and re-imaginings have been seen on countless systems, like the Famicom, MSX, GameBoy, Sega Saturn, and tons more. And

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21 Mar 2018

Attack on Titan 2 – Nintendo Switch Review

With the success of Attack on Titan, many fans craved a game that made them feel like they were part of the show and Koei Tecmo gave them just that with the original game release. With Attack on Titan 2, fans get to go a bit deeper into the series but

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16 Mar 2018

Mercenary Kings Reloaded – Nintendo Switch Review

Originally released for PC and Playstation 4 back in Spring of 2014, Mercenary Kings gets a revival on Nintendo Switch early this year as Mercenary Kings Reloaded. Coming off the heels of a successful Kickstarter, the game was developed and published by a small team that goes by the name

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11 Jan 2018

Portal Knights | Nintendo Switch Review

In an industry that is seemingly flooded with Minecraft clones and spin offs, it is quite challenging to bring something new to the table while still constantly being associated with the “blocky mining game” sub genre. Portal Knights is most certainly lumped into that category due its familiarity in the mining and exploring

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01 Dec 2017

Hand of Fate 2 Review

Defiant Development brings us back to the table with a well-thought out and expertly crafted action-based card game sequel, Hand of Fate 2. The first Hand of Fate title melded an interesting and unusually compelling card game with a halfway-to-Arkham combat style, but its story was a bit straightforward, as

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04 Oct 2017

NHL 18 | Review

EA’s NHL has consisted of strong entries for the last handful of years. Minus the first entry for this gen, (I believe NHL 15, which was barely skimping by with content) each entry has played exceedingly well. The latest game always plays as well as the previous, with minor tweaks

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