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Miitopia – Review

Since the release of the Nintendo Switch, the Nintendo 3DS has gradually faded in both popularity and relevance. Not to say that the 3DS didn’t have a good run, it was actually one of the most successful consoles of all time. For the most part, when people think back to

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New Pokémon Snap – Review

It has officially been over two decades of speculation, outlandish ideas, and doubt on the future of the Pokémon Snap legacy. I thought it was a fever dream when they released the trailer last year, but four generations of Nintendo consoles later, a new entry is finally here! Developed by

9

Two Point Hospital: Jumbo Edition – Review

Do you feel like you’re prematurely mummifying? Are you concerned about your “denim genes”? Heck, maybe you’ve got “turtle head”? Well, don’t you worry anymore, folks, because Two Point Hospital is here to help. With a staff that is the best-in-class…well, mostly… Two Point Hospital is going to make sure

8

Skater XL – Review

Published and developed by Easy Day Studios PTY LTD, Skater XL is in a school of its own and is a solid simulator compared to Tony Hawk, or the Skate series. Upon starting, players will have a tutorial that teaches the basics of movement and how each thumbstick works to

7.5

DungeonTop (Nintendo Switch) – Review

DungeonTop is a strategic deck-building, dungeon-crawling card game, where you adventure room by room, battling monsters and finding treasures, in the hopes to accumulate enough wealth to then expand your deck. Very simple. However, at the same time, it’s really not that simple. In fact, this game is anything BUT

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RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition – Review

I’m back for another review, though this time it’s on the Switch with RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Complete Edition, a construction and management simulation video game, published under the Frontier Foundry games label. It’s been awhile since I’ve played a simulation game besides The Sims, which usually ended with sadistic laughing

5

Port Royale 4 – Review

Developed by Gaming Minds Studio and published by Kalypso Media, ‘Port Royale 4’ is available on Xbox, PS4, PC and Switch and will take players back to the 17th century of swashbuckling on the seven seas. Port Royale 4 is an ‘Age of Sailing’ economic and management sim, set in

8

Moero Crystal H – Review

Moero Crystal H is developed and published by Compile Heart and originally released back in 2019 for Japan but is now available the world-wide release as of September, 2020. Moero Crystal H is a visual novel, dungeon crawl, adventure game with heavy Ecchi and fanservice content. Players assume the role

9

Party Hard 2 – Review

You just want to sleep, I feel that more than anyone and I can totally understand that driving someone to a mass spree of murder. “Party Hard 2” is just that, one person’s journey into madness as the party scene destroys his life. I have never played the first ‘’Party

8

NBA 2K21 – Review

Published by 2K Sports and developed by Visual Concepts, NBA 2K21 is the 22nd installment to the 2K franchise. I am not the biggest fan of the NBA and it has been at least 10 years since I last played a Basketball game, so let’s see if much has changed.

8

PGA Tour 2K21 – Review

If you’re like me and have been craving a new PGA Tour game, today is your lucky day. PGA Tour 2K21,  developed by HB Studios and published by 2K Games is out now. For those of you that haven’t heard of HB Studios, they are the independent studio behind “The

10

Dreamscaper – Review

‘Dreamscaper’, a game developed by Afterburner Studios and published by Freedom! Games and Maple Whispering Limited, is an action role-playing game (ARPG) that takes you into your main character’s dreams where she must fight her nightmares using both magic and melee fighting. Your waking hours are spent getting to know

9

Do Not Feed The Monkeys – Review

Published by Alowar Premium and developed by Fictiorama Studios, Do Not Feed the Monkeys is voyeurism simulator that puts players in the shoes of a spy who monitors various live video feeds through an in-game desktop computer. Players will have to observe the actions and behaviours and listen to conversations

9

XCOM 2 Collection (Nintendo Switch) – Review

Published by 2K Games and developed by Firaxis Games, the XCOM series finally makes its way to Nintendo. XCOM 2 Collection includes both ‘XCOM 2’, released in 2016, four DLC packs (Resistance Warrior Pack, Anarchy’s Children, Alien Hunters, Shen’s Last Gift) and ‘XCOM 2: War of the Chosen’, released in

10

Moving Out – Review

Published by Team 17 Digital Limited, Moving Out is a game developed by SMG Studio and DEVM Games, an adorable moving simulator tests both your patience and your understanding of physics. You are tasked with helping the people of Packmore move out of their homes. You are the newest member

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MotoGP 20 – Review

Another year, another installment. Like so many sports gaming franchises, we see yet another edition to MotoGP developed and published by the talented team at Milestone SLR. I was the chosen one who got to experience MotoGP 19. It’s been almost a year and my taste in games hasn’t changed,

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