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Archive for Category: Nintendo Switch Game Reviews

Summer in Mara Review: Come…Sail Away!

/ Jul 15th, 2020 Summer in Mara has some rough edges. In spite of them, it is a wildly addictive game. 0 comments continue reading >>

Darksiders: Genesis Review: 2 Guns

/ May 11th, 2020 Darksiders is a series that possessed a lot of potential and tremendous upside after a solid initial outing. However, 0 comments continue reading >>

Half Past Fate Review: Hand Hold Club

/ May 8th, 2020 Dating nowadays is so complicated, now more than ever. There are a million apps and services for every type 0 comments continue reading >>

Bubble Bobble 4 Friends Review: Bubblin’

/ Apr 13th, 2020 There is a tightrope walk when creating a new entry in a beloved and long running series. What can 0 comments continue reading >>

Skellboy Review: Frail

/ Feb 24th, 2020 As a medium video games present a challenge to gauge expectations accurately. A trailer for a video game can 0 comments continue reading >>

Super Crush K.O. Review: Cat Powerrr

/ Jan 16th, 2020 Video games are a bizarre medium. As much as technology helps move the medium forward, there is always a 0 comments continue reading >>

Pig Eat Ball Review: Emetophobes Beware

/ Jan 8th, 2020 You may feel like you’ve gone insane. It might seem suffering from a brain eating disease, but rest assured 0 comments continue reading >>

Mistover Review: Tripping the Mist

/ Jan 7th, 2020 Beware the vortex. The mist is madness. However, it is up to you to find out a way to 0 comments continue reading >>

Mable & The Wood Review: Shape of…

/ Jan 6th, 2020 Shape shifting is a wildly intriguing concept. How would changing shape affect how you do normal things? For Mable 0 comments continue reading >>

The Bradwell Conspiracy Review: Emergency Exit

/ Jan 3rd, 2020 How well would you respond to a crisis? We all like to think we’d be cool as a cucumber 0 comments continue reading >>