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Articles By: Kalvin Martinez

Killer Queen Black Comes to Retail This Summer for Switch

/ May 28th, 2019 Nighthawk Interactive announced today that it is bringing Liquid Bit and BumbleBear Games’ highly anticipated, Killer Queen Black to 0 comments continue reading >>

Mable & The Wood Releases This Summer

/ May 23rd, 2019 Graffiti Games and Triplevision Games announced recently its upcoming Metroidvania, Mable & The Wood will coming to Nintendo Switch 0 comments continue reading >>

Little Friends: Cats & Dogs Releases on May 28

/ May 22nd, 2019 Calling all pet lovers! Little Friends: Cats & Dogs comes out exclusively on Nintendo Switch digitally and at retail 0 comments continue reading >>

Degrees of Separation Review: The Space Between

/ Apr 9th, 2019 How can you work together when you can’t get near the other person? More often than not co-op games 0 comments continue reading >>

SteamWorld Quest Releases on Switch in April

/ Mar 27th, 2019 Thunderful Games and Image & Form announced that its latest game in the SteamWorld series releases soon. SteamWorld Quest 0 comments continue reading >>

Dragon Marked for Death Hits Retail Shelves Today

/ Mar 26th, 2019 Nighthawk Interactive and Inti Creates releases Dragon Marked for Death to North American and European retailers today. It is 0 comments continue reading >>

Treasure Stack Review: Free Fallin’

/ Mar 8th, 2019 Many puzzle games are built around the idea of careful and precise stacking of falling bric a brac — 0 comments continue reading >>

Vane Review: Nevermore

/ Mar 5th, 2019 Making an artistic statement in video games is not an easy feat. There are many ways to elevate a 0 comments continue reading >>

The King’s Bird Review: First in Flight

/ Mar 4th, 2019 If you’re asked what super power you would have, would your answer be the ability to fly? Flight is 0 comments continue reading >>

Unruly Heroes Review: The A-Team

/ Feb 12th, 2019 There is a lot in a name. Names hold power — Someone said that once, but who could remember 0 comments continue reading >>