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Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit – Review

I don’t know how to not be just blunt with saying this….this should be on every Nintendo Switch owners’ shopping list for the upcoming holiday purchases. Available in Mario and Luigi designs, Nintendo and Velan Studios have brought to their millions of fans something we never knew we wanted… an

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Disc Room – Review

Disc Room, created by Terri, Dose, Kitty and JW, and published by Devolver Digital, is now available on PC and Switch, taking place in the orbit of Jupiter as a giant disc is discovered. It is a puzzle room survival game, with each room having a timer to record your

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Remothered: Broken Porcelain – Review

Remothered: Broken Porcelain is a stealth-based survival horror game developed by Stromind Games, and published by Modus Games. It is the follow up to the previously successful hit Remothered: Tormented Fathers, which I confess I have not played, but I’ve read some reviews and it seems like a pretty good

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9 Monkeys of Shaolin – Review

Another week, another review, and this time I get the chance to play 9 Monkeys of Shaolin. I like most things to do with martial arts, especially a Cinemax show called Warrior. If you haven’t seen it, I highly recommend it. Now this game takes me back to old-time Kung

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Postal Redux – Review

Developed by Running with Scissors, Postal Redux is an isometric shoot ‘em up and is now available on the Nintendo Switch. Postal first released back in 1997, and over the years the game has had source codes released to expand how you can play it. In the year 2000, a

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The Survivalists – Review

Imagine being stranded on an island, washed up on a beach with nothing but the shirt on your back. Do you think you could survive? With the steadily increasing list of survival games, I think most people feel like they’d have some idea. I mean, you can simply punch a

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Dustoff Z – Review

Published by Zordix and Green Man Gaming, and developed by Invictus Games, Dustoff Z is a spinoff of the Dustoff series which focused on players taking control of a military chopper, flying into war zones, shooting down enemy vehicles, rescuing hostages and bringing them back to safety. Dustoff Z is

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Re:Turn – One Way Trip – Review

A group of college friends go camping in the woods, what could possibly go wrong? Sounds like another horror cliché, right? Well, Re:Turn – One Way Trip is not your standard horror game. This gritty 2D side-scrolling puzzle-adventure horror game, developed by Red Ego Games and published by Green Man

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Let’s Sing Presents: Queen – Review

Published by Koch Media and developed by Voxler, Let’s Sing Queen is a karaoke game and the latest instalment of the Let’s Sing series, but this time dedicating it to the legendary British rock band, Queen. Although this isn’t the first singing game to be dedicated to Queen, with the

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Kirby Fighters 2 – Review

It’s small. It’s pink. It’s fa….uhhh… plump! Most importantly, it’s down right adorable! No, no, no, it’s not Jigglypuff; it’s KIRBY!!! Super Smash Bros. can move on over, because who needs all those different fighters when you can watch Kirby fight Kirby! OK, so it’s not that exciting, and it’s

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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

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Projection: First Light – Review

‘Projection: First Light’ is a unique game with a classic platformer wrapper tied neatly around it. Developed by Shadowplay Studios and published by Blowfish Studios, this game is played out in the gorgeous shadow puppet style of ancient Asia. This being pretty much a beautiful artform in itself in real

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Unrailed! – Review

Developed by Indoor Astronaut, and published by Daedalic Entertainment, Unrailed! adds a whole new twist to games where the aim is to see just how far you can get. Unlike some of the more popular mobile games, Unrailed! is designed to be played in multiplayer, with players working together or

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Spellbreak – Review

Published and developed by Proletariat, Spellbreak is an online Battle Royale style game that stands out from the rest by being set in a medieval fantasy world, trading guns and grenades for magic and spells. It’s a very pleasant change from the usual run and gun games that we are

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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

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Crysis Remastered – Review

Published and Developed by Crytek with the help of Saber Interactive Co-Developing, Crysis Remastered is here 13 years after its initial release. Crysis is a first person shooter taking place on the fictional island of Lingshan, a small island off the coast of the Philippines, where North Korean soldiers have

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Going Under – Review

Coining “Not all heroes get paychecks”, there isn’t a lot not to love about Aggro Crab’s game “Going Under” published by Team17 Digital. You never know what sort of hero is standing next to you and who would have thought it could be just a lowly intern in this humorous

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WWE 2K Battlegrounds – Review

WWE 2K Battlegrounds by Sabre Interactive and Published by 2K, is a wrestling game that has a story. Crazy right? Stone Cold is recruiting new comers for the WWE, so this is a great way for players to learn each of the play styles and learn each game mode from

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Super Mario 3D All-Stars – Review

39 years. That is how old our favourite overall wearing, princess simping, plumber is. Mario, for people my age, is history. He is a marker for moments in our lives, a historical footprint. I remember Saturday mornings playing 64 with him as a kid and afternoons after work relaxing with

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When The Past Was Around – Review

Puzzle games have never really been my thing. I will quite often overlook even the most obvious of details while scrutinizing things that really don’t require any attention. As a result, I find them to be somewhat frustrating to play and will generally avoid them, even really popular action-adventure puzzlers

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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

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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

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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.

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Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars – Review

Immortal Realms: Vampire Wars is a turn-based strategy game developed by Palindrome Interactive and published by Kalypso Media. This game is very reminiscent of the old ‘Warcraft’ games and ‘Age of Empires’, in certain ways at least. What I was even more surprised by was how much the combat reminded

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Paradise Killer – Review

Published by Fellow Traveler and developed by Kaizen Game Works, Paradise Killer is an open world, murder mystery, crime solving, investigation game. Players take control of Lady Love Dies, an investigator who must search for clues and speak with suspects on Paradise Island Sequence 24, gathering enough information to make

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Witcheye – Review

Witcheye a fun side scrolling platformer published by Devolver Digital and developed by Moon Kid is a fun and tricky game that has been released for mobile phones, PC and the Nintendo Switch. Playing this copy on the Switch, you play as a witch who has had her spell ingredients

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Street Power Football – Review

Step aside Messi! Ronaldinho? Who’s that?! Become the king of Street Power Football! Brought to us by developers SFL Interactive and Gamajun and Published by Maximum Games, Street Power Football is an epic take on football, bringing us the way the beautiful game is more creatively played, in the streets.

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Windbound – Review

‘Windbound’ by 5 Lives Studios, is a survival game that pulls out all the stops on ocean fairing and scourging across the 7 seas. Published by Deep Silver and Koch Media, this title is available as of now on PC and all consoles, even the Stadia, but did it let

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No Straight Roads – Review

It’s somewhat fulfilling when art imitates life, when reality becomes immortalized in fictitious ways. From the creative minds of Wan Hazmer (Final Fantasy XV) and Daim Dziauddin (Street Fighter V), comes this fantastically magical, new indie game ‘No Straight Roads’, which targets the rise of EDM music and the subsequent

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