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[REVIEW] Max: The Curse of Brotherhood (Switch)

In 2010, the Nintendo Wii was one of the platforms to carry a little gem in their library called Max and the Magic Marker — a cartoony puzzle-platformer where players could interactive with the ...

8.3 Pretty Good

[REVIEW] World to the West (Switch)

World to the West journeys to the Nintendo Switch as a sequel to Rain Games‘ other self-published & developed, stylish Switch game, Teslagrad. Created in the same inspired setting of Old Eur...

7.6 Solid

[REVIEW] Furi (Switch)

“I can’t wait to see the next boss”. These words and similar are often said to one’s self when playing games of grandiose, where various tasks and elements are sprinkled in-bet...

8.8 Pretty Good

[REVIEW] Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King (Switch)

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King is heavily inspired by the game, though not entirely from, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past — arguably my favorite game of all time, at least for the long...

8.7 Pretty Good

[REVIEW] Portal Knights (Switch)

Minecraft garnered a vast audience due to its tools for crafting immense worlds. The construction and deconstruction of essentially every piece in the world being made up of different materials thanks...

8.1 Pretty Good

[REVIEW] Stick It To The Man! (Switch)

I can tell you right off the bat, although Stick It To The Man flew off my radar after its 2013 release, seeing that it was coming to Nintendo Switch had reminded me that I was probably missing out on...

9 Must Play

[REVIEW] Ittle Dew 2+ (Switch)

There will always be a particular game which offers a unique experience that players enjoy leaving them wanting more after they’ve had their time with it. What the game is matters not, as spendi...

8.7 Pretty Good

[REVIEW] Super Mario Odyssey (Switch)

For over 30 years, Mario has been the entry to video games for many people. Mario games retain an accessibility that is realized from the moment hands are placed on the controller and players begin to...

10 Masterpiece

[REVIEW] Doom (Switch)

The company id Software is often credited for pioneering the first-person-shooter genre with their breakthrough 1992 title Wolfenstein 3D, which takes advantage of using a spatial 3D environment with ...

9 Must Play

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