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New Super Luigi U Deluxe Review (Switch)
Back in 2013 Nintendo announced that it would be the year of Luigi. That
year had Luigi’s Mansion and a new Mario and Luigi game to push the green dude
into the lime light. But then this rather unique add on for Super Mario Bros U
was released and is one of...
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New Super Mario U Deluxe Review (Switch)
Originally released at the launch of the Wii U we
were initially sceptical about the ‘New Super Mario’ brand as it had been
somewhat tired and generic too this point. Once we played it though are initial
fears disappeared. Now, transitioning to the Switch, ...
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N++ Ultimate Edition Review (Switch)
We’ve been playing the N series for a long time but the rather lovely limited physical release of the Ultimate Edition on Switch was too much to resist (yes, we actually bought a game to review with our own money!), and a
chance to head back into such a pur...
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Nintendo Switch Retro Roundup 1
Ikaruga The hardcore shooter has remained pretty much the same as it
ever was in its transition to Switch. There are some orientation modes but
little else to distinguish it from other versions. Its colour swapping mechanic
is still unique and it will alway...
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The indie landscape is filled with 2D platformers that are inspired
by the 8 and 16 bit games of the past but very few them go to the lengths that
Fox N Forest does to make you really feel like you are actually playing something
from a bygone era. The game ...
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Tori Toki Review (Nintendo Switch)
Toki Tori was one of the stand out titles on the original Wii eShop and now you can get hold of the HD version on the Switch for a decent price. However, things have moved on since the little yellow birdie first appeared on the scene so we thought we should...
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Tori Toki 2+ review (Nintendo Switch)
Following on from the success of Toki Tori, the second game in the series is now available and takes a slightly different route. There is a plot of sorts but it’s left to the player to decipher. From what we can make out you must try and get your little yel...
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Thimbleweed Park Review (Nintendo Switch)
In recent years the classic point and click adventure has
had a bit of a revival. We’ve had very welcome remasters of Day of the Tentacle
and Grim Fandango and new properties such as Broken Age. This along with the
rise of rise of the various Telltale Games...
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Disgaea 5: Alliance of Vengeance Complete Review (Switch)
It seems
like a life time ago that Etna erupted onto the scene in the first Disgaea
game. From that moment massive number crunching became a way of life for many
console gamers and there have been few games since that are so humorously
twisted and crazy. Di...
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Wonder Boy: The Dragon's Trap Review (Nintendo Switch)
Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap, is one of the most iconic and
sort after games on Sega’s Master System. As such, a great deal of care needed
to be taken in order to make sure that the new version of the game lived up to
fans expectations. We are happy to rep...
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