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Archive for Category: Nintendo Switch

Professor Lupo and His Horrible Pets Review: Internship

/ Sep 20th, 2019 We’ve all had terrible jobs. Jobs where we’re under paid, under appreciated, and understaffed. While most feel like they’re 3 comments continue reading >>

MISTOVER Releases New Trailer & Goes to TwitchCon

/ Sep 19th, 2019 Developer and publisher KRAFTON Game Union released a new trailer for its procedural generated turn-based RPG, MISTOVER. The new 0 comments continue reading >>

Fantasy Strike Review: Fighting 101

/ Sep 19th, 2019 We all remember as kids playing fighting games. The thrill of throwing hadoukens in Street Fighter or performing a 0 comments continue reading >>

VA-11 HALL-A Review: Pour Me Another

/ Sep 18th, 2019 There is nothing more sancrocint than a dive bar and the relationship between its bartender and its customers. If 0 comments continue reading >>

Forager Review: A Precious Life

/ Sep 17th, 2019 There is a genre of games that could be uncharitably classified as a chore simulators. Harvest Moon, Animal Crossing, 0 comments continue reading >>

Masquerada: Songs and Shadows Review: Skull Duggery

/ Sep 17th, 2019 As depressing as it is, but politics dictates the core of human interaction. Who has power and what will 0 comments continue reading >>

Rock of Ages II Review: Papa’s Gotta Roll

/ Sep 16th, 2019 History is full of remarkable battles, but little did we know the truth behind them. That was until Rock 0 comments continue reading >>

Puyo Puyo Champions Review: Cool Beans

/ Jun 10th, 2019 Many people may not be familiar with Puyo Puyo, but Sega is hoping to change that with Puyo Puyo 0 comments continue reading >>

Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! Review: Haute Dogs

/ May 30th, 2019 Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! challenges players to become world class chefs and run their own popular restaurant. Getting to 0 comments continue reading >>

Dragon Marked for Death Review: Marked Out

/ May 29th, 2019 Waiting is the hardest part. Sometimes though, waiting has its benefits. Those who waited for Inti Creates’ latest game, 0 comments continue reading >>