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American politics inspired SteamWorld Dig 2’s mayor

Image & Form CEO Brjann Sigurgeirsson recently revealed where the inspiration for SteamWorld Dig 2‘s selfish mayor came from.


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Sonic Mania Review – Old School Hedgehog

It is safe to say that in the 25+ years that Sonic has been around he’s been a lot of places and done a lot of things. Sega just can’t resist the appeal of placing the iconic blue hedgehog in any setting possible whether that setting be the Olympics, being turned into a “Werehog,” or […]


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Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Direct coming soon

Nintendo has recently announced a Direct for the highy anticipated Switch game Xenoblade Chronicles 2, A sequel to the much loved Xenoblade Chronicles that was first released on Wii.


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Spellspire casts a Switch spell on November 9

10tons announced today that their wordgame and role-playing mashup Spellspire will release for Nintendo Switch on November 9, 2017.


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Sparkle 2 Evo Review – Eat and Grow

Sparkle 2 Evo is a game based around one of the most fundamental means of survival in this world of ours: eating. You eat and you grow. Once you’ve grown (I should say evolve) you eat some more and on and on it goes. Reminiscent of titles like Snake or Fishy it’s a game play […]


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L.A. Noire’s required download is on Nintendo, not Rockstar

There’s been a lot of hullabaloo recently over the revelation that L.A. Noire Switch will require a 14GB download for the physical version, and if you want to go digital only the download size is 29GB — too large to fit on the Nintendo Switch’s internal memory. The outrage hit its peak on the Nintendo Switch subreddit, where […]


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Nintendo Download: Gotta Go Fast!

This week’s Nintendo Download features several new indie titles and the latest adventure for Sega’s blue hedgehog.


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Splasher Review – INKredible Speed

2D indie platformers aren’t exactly a dying market. With it being easier than ever to craft a minimalist title reminiscent of the platformers back in the day, many developers have given it their best to create a great and cheap game. Unfortunately, a lot of them don’t impress us very much (apart from a few […]


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Breath of the Wild is getting a new bundle

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is getting a new bundle on November 24, 2017.


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Cat Quest pounces onto Nintendo Switch next week

PQube and The Gentlebros announced today that their cat-tastic RPG Cat Quest is set to launch on Nintendo Switch on November 10, 2017.


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Nintendo Switch’s hidden gems for October 2017

October 2017 was dominated by Super Mario Odyssey, and rightly so: Mario’s latest adventure is currently holding a 97 on Metacritic, and Switch Era gave the game a perfect 10 calling it a masterpiece with a hopeful and vibrant outlook that “is sorely needed.”


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Ittle Dew 2+ drifts ashore in November

Ittle Dew 2+ finally has a release date on Nintendo Switch.


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Super Mario Odyssey Review – Jump Up, Don’t Be Scared!

There are a handful of moments in Super Mario Odyssey that are really special. One of them is when Mayor Pauline performs “Jump Up, Super Star” during the New Donk City Festival while Mario leaps through an arcade-style Donkey Kong level. Two others occur during the game’s fantastic post-game content, and I won’t dare spoil either of […]


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Fils-Aime: Nintendo relishes “being different” for online play

Nintendo of America President and CEO Reggie Fils-Aime said that Nintendo relishes “being different” when it comes to online play and connectivity on the Nintendo Switch.


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Rocket League scores a release date on Nintendo Switch

Psyonix announced on Twitter that Rocket League will release for Nintendo Switch on November 14, 2017.


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Interview: Play Switch’s local co-op games online with Parsec

It’s no secret that Nintendo’s online infrastructure is sorely lacking — there’s no option to party-up with friends and only one game supports voice chat, and even then, it requires a phone app to use. Beyond the lack of online features, though, many Nintendo Switch games have local co-op but lack online multiplayer. A lot […]


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Wulverblade Review – Wolves and Electric Blades

Wulverblade sets you up as a tribal village going against the all-mighty Roman Empire. While it is not the most historically accurate description of those times, Wulverblade uses its story to set up this dark atmosphere that slowly makes you feel like you’re on a huge battlefield. Unfortunately, not much is added to this story […]


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Super Mario Odyssey: How to get Yoshi

Caution: This guide, “Super Mario Odyssey How To Get Yoshi,” contains SPOILERS for Super Mario Odyssey.


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Zelda’s “Champion’s Ballad” DLC still coming this year

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild‘s second DLC pack, titled the “Champion’s Ballad,” is still coming out this year.


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The Mummy Demastered Review – Gods and Metroids

There was a time where just about every blockbuster movie had a video game tie-in; walk into any locally-owned game store and almost half of the GameCube and PlayStation 2 library will be movie games. Most of them are garbage, too. It’s very rare that a tie-in game like GoldenEye 007 comes along that’s actually better than […]


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