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REVIEW: Gensokyo Defenders (Switch)

The Touhou Project has pumped out many unofficial entries from its universe creating numerous games which has earned a record of being “the most prolific fan-made shooter series”, accordin...

7.9 Solid

REVIEW: Storm Boy (Switch)

Storm Boy: The Game is an interactive retelling of the 1964’s children’s book, Storm Boy, by Colin Thiele. Storm Boy delves into specific themes which eases children into topics such as fr...

7.8 Solid

REVIEW: SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Switch)

Return of a Retro. Classic gaming has never gone away. Remakes and 1-to-1 ripped ports of old gems and duds have made their way to every generation of gaming in some form, be it squeezed out in a digi...

8.8 Pretty Good

REVIEW: Moonlighter (Switch)

The indie scene is populated with a huge variety of games filling in the void of particular genres and styles that gamers naturally gravitate towards. Often a stellar idea is put into a playable art f...

8.8 Pretty Good

REVIEW: Yomawari: The Long Night Collection (Switch)

October is the month for many where a crisp chill in the air creeps in and the build up of spooky vibes occurs during the entirety of the month to its final day. For others, it’s not a necessity...

8 Pretty Good

REVIEW: Marble It Up! (Switch)

Marble platformers are less than a dime a dozen and notable entries have especially been missing in the last decade. Some offer a traditional 3D platforming experience while others feel more in line w...

8.8 Pretty Good

REVIEW: The Gardens Between (Switch)

Indie developers are some of those most creative in the gaming industry today, with developers hailing from all parts of the world, especially Australia. Earlier this year we’ve reviewed Pridefu...

8.9 Pretty Good

REVIEW: Labyrinth of Refrain: Coven of Dusk (Switch)

The dungeon-crawling RPG experience puts more emphasis on the genre’s core mechanics such as battle systems and exploration. Ultimately what carries interest is its depth and unique features whi...

8.7 Pretty Good

REVIEW: The Spectrum Retreat (Switch)

There are games that will charge you additional money just for optional palette swaps. However, in The Spectrum Retreat, it’s the main entree. Dan Smith Studios has created first-person puzzler ...

8.1 Pretty Good
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