Review: Super Bomberman R

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

When it comes to multiplayer there are few games that can boast as lasting and consistent a legacy as Bomberman. The overall game design hasn’t changed much in the last 33 years and with good reason: it still works incredibly well. There’s an inherent madness that comes along with a…

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Review: VOEZ

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Reviews, Switch

One of my favorite genres on handheld platforms is rhythm – Elite Beat Agents was in my DS cart slot for months at a time, and I’d still argue Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain Call is one of the best 3DS games out there. It’s not like I’m a music buff…

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Review: Pokémon Moon

Categories: 3DS, Reviews

Disclaimer: Two games, two reviews! The review below covers Pokémon Moon only. The overall score will be the same for both games. My journey through the Pokémon world started with Pokémon Yellow, and since my fifth birthday when I got my hands on the game, I’ve been completely enthralled. Pokémon…

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Review: Pokémon Sun

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: 3DS, Reviews

Disclaimer: Two games, two reviews! The review below covers Pokémon Sun only. The overall score will be the same for both games. When I first played Pokémon Red Version and set off with my Charmander way back when, it resonated with me on a level not many games could. I…

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