Review: Resident Evil Revelations Collection

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Originally released for the Nintendo 3DS in early 2012, almost a year-on from the system’s launch, Resident Evil: Revelations showed just how capable the little system could be. Sure, we had beautiful games like Pilotwings Resort and Ocarina of Time 3D in that first year, but very few attempted realistic…

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Review: Pokémon Ultra Sun & Ultra Moon

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: 3DS, Reviews

As far back as I can remember, I’ve been a fan of Pokémon. For more than 20 years I’ve eagerly awaited new releases in the series, devouring every new bit of information about every new entry that I could. I would obsessively check websites and scour the internet for the…

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Review: Rocket League on Nintendo Switch

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Rocket League has been one of my most anticipated Switch releases this year. The demolition derby/soccer-hybrid has been a smash hit since its release back in 2015, and it doesn’t show any signs of stopping. Psyonix porting Rocket League to Switch, with the help of Panic Button, was a no-brainer,…

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Review: Skyrim on Nintendo Switch

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: News, Reviews, Switch

Disclaimer: Due to the fact that Skyrim has made its rounds to other major consoles over the years, we spent the majority of the review below primarily focusing on how it performs on the Nintendo Switch and what this version offers in comparison to other console versions. For those of…

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Review: Moon Hunters

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Reviews, Switch

For the last two weeks my life has revolved around one thing — hunting moons. I’m currently on a quest to play Super Mario Odyssey to 100% completion, with over 800 Power Moons and counting. I’ve also been tracking down a couple of pretty rad Funko POPs, created in the…

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Review: Ittle Dew 2+

Author: Tom Brown
Categories: Reviews, Switch

In recent years, more and more indie games have begun to take heavy inspiration from the Legend of Zelda franchise, each with its own twists on the formula. Binding of Isaac marries the first NES game’s dungeons with a roguelike randomizer, while Oceanhorn takes things isometric. Ludosity’s Ittle Dew, meanwhile,…

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Review: VVVVVV

Author: Ricky Berg
Categories: Reviews, Switch

It’s been seven years since VVVVVV first came out and in that time it’s been released on several platforms, including the 3DS and even smartphones. Yet in all these years I somehow managed to not play it. It was the type of game I’d always hear mentioned among other unquestionably…

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Review: Octodad: Dadliest Catch on Nintendo Switch

Categories: Reviews, Switch

In today’s gaming landscape of muted colors, dramatic set-pieces and deafening explosions, we need more games about a simple father and his loving family. Here is such a game, following the paternal adventures of a charming character and his normal, totally human life. He is most certainly not an octopus…

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Review: Sonic Forces

Author: Logan Plant
Categories: Reviews, Switch

It’s been four years since Sonic Team’s last outing, Sonic Lost World on the Wii U. In that time, the branch of Sega in charge of the Blue Blur was working on Sonic Forces, the next 3D adventure for Sonic & friends. The marketing bragged that Forces was made by…

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Review: Super Beat Sports

Author: Jaxson Tapp
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Rhythm gaming is something I hold very near and dear to my heart. It’s easy to understand and hard to master, both as a player and as a developer. Those behind Harmonix aren’t strangers to rhythm gaming by any means; after all, they brought Rock Band and Guitar Hero onto…

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Review: Doom for Nintendo Switch

Author: Jason Ganos
Categories: Reviews, Switch

Doom and I have been on quite the journey together. I remember when I was ten years old, watching my dad play the groundbreaking original title on his Compaq desktop and being floored at what I saw. Up until that moment, video games had been colorful, cheerful and two-dimensional affairs…

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Review: Super Mario Odyssey

Categories: Reviews, Switch

I was ten years old when Super Mario 64 first revolutionized 3D gaming as we know it. Leaping onto North American shores two weeks before my birthday, I vividly remember tearing into that plastic, snatching out the cart and sitting glued to my parent’s television for hours on end, slack-jawed…

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