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About Harrison Milfeld

Since the first day he was able to pick up an NES controller, Harrison hasn't looked back on the one video game company that has given him so many vivid memories. Described as a "proud American but a prouder geek," Harrison's love for all things pop culture got its start with Nintendo and soon blossomed into an infectious love for reading, writing, and, of course, playing video games for days on end. After graduating from the University of Missouri School of Journalism, Harrison started podcasting and writing freelance articles about the entire gaming industry before joining Pure Nintendo Magazine as a contributing writer. He's also known to have an unhealthy and uncontrollable obsession with the Metroid and The Legend of Zelda. NNID: HybridMETA
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Review: More Dark (Nintendo Switch)
7
19 hours ago

Review: More Dark (Nintendo Switch)

Can you restore order to Hell? That is the big question presented to you as you begin More Dark, a pixelated retro puzzle platformer that’s not only easy to pick …
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Review: Area 86 (Nintendo Switch)
6
4 days ago

Review: Area 86 (Nintendo Switch)

Anyone who has had the opportunity to partake in an escape room with friends will feel slightly familiar with the concept behind the indie puzzler Area 86. While that concept …
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Review: Part Time UFO (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
3 weeks ago

Review: Part Time UFO (Nintendo Switch)

While they’re more well-known for being the minds behind the Kirby series and the inception of the Super Smash Bros. franchise, independent developer HAL Laboratory has never shied away from …
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Review: CrossKrush (Nintendo Switch)
5
4 weeks ago

Review: CrossKrush (Nintendo Switch)

CrossKrush, on paper, has a weirdly disturbing yet interesting premise as a puzzler. The game set-up is that an elderly married couple, Henry & Florence, are enjoying a peaceful lifestyle …
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Review: Super Punch Patrol (Nintendo Switch)
7
2 months ago

Review: Super Punch Patrol (Nintendo Switch)

One of the major things you’ll come to realize when playing present-day incarnations of 16-bit inspired arcade beat ‘em ups is that if you’ve played one, then you’ve essentially played …
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Review: RogueCube (Nintendo Switch)
6
3 months ago

Review: RogueCube (Nintendo Switch)

RogueCube is a rough-and-tumble yet simple 2D action affair in which you may ask yourself, “Is it acceptable to be a square?” Or a cube, in this case. Okay, really …
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Review: Ultracore (Nintendo Switch)
7
5 months ago

Review: Ultracore (Nintendo Switch)

It’s quite interesting that the development of the 16-bit run and gun shooter Ultracore is one which has striking similarities to even Star Fox 2’s own journey to existence. Both …
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Review: Radio Squid (Nintendo Switch)
5.5
5 months ago

Review: Radio Squid (Nintendo Switch)

On paper, Radio Squid sounds like a neat concept that could easily charm you straight to your heart. Straight out of the box, you have a retro 2D monochrome aesthetic …
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Review: Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (Nintendo Switch)
6
7 months ago

Review: Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee (Nintendo Switch)

If there is a way to describe Oddworld accurately, it’s most certainly both strange (in a good way, natch) and never afraid to show its dark humor chops. Those elements …
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Review: Ego Protocol: Remastered (Nintendo Switch)
4.5
9 months ago

Review: Ego Protocol: Remastered (Nintendo Switch)

The key observation that one will first discover when playing Ego Protocol: Remastered is that you must be quickly on top of things if you want to succeed. That is, …
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Review: EQQO (Nintendo Switch)
7
10 months ago

Review: EQQO (Nintendo Switch)

Upon my first few minutes with EQQO, it was already apparent that this was going to be a unique and rather poetic experience. Essentially, what I was getting into would …
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Review: Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san!: A River City Ransom Story (Nintendo Switch)
4
1 year ago

Review: Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san!: A River City Ransom Story (Nintendo Switch)

I will admit right off the bat that the Kunio-kun series of games is something I have only been really familiar with because of the River City moniker. For years, …
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Review: Killer Queen Black (Nintendo Switch)
8
1 year ago

Review: Killer Queen Black (Nintendo Switch)

One of my first experiences with a Killer Queen arcade cabinet dates back a few years ago at my local barcade. As soon as I entered the establishment, I noticed …
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Review: Astral Chain (Nintendo Switch)
9
1 year ago

Review: Astral Chain (Nintendo Switch)

When Astral Chain was first unveiled to the world a mere six months before its official street release, the thoughts careening through my head were both optimistic and yet slightly …
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Review: River City Girls (Nintendo Switch)
8
1 year ago

Review: River City Girls (Nintendo Switch)

When dealing with any form of a 2D arcade beat ‘em up, one would likely assume to not expect much depth or even substance in the entire package. However, in …
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Review: SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
2 years ago

Review: SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech (Nintendo Switch)

Developer Image & Form is certainly no stranger when it comes to experimenting with different genres. Since 2010, the Swedish indie dev has dipped their toes in the likes of …
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Review: Neverout (Nintendo Switch)
6
2 years ago

Review: Neverout (Nintendo Switch)

Right from the get-go with Neverout, the game immediately puts you into a harsh sense of claustrophobia that somewhat got to me. All that you see is darkened rooms and …
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Review: Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
2 years ago

Review: Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido (Nintendo Switch)

I didn’t know exactly what to think when I first laid my eyes on Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido when it was first unveiled over a year ago. Upon …
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