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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: Stay Cool, Kobayashi-san!: A River City Ransom Story (Nintendo Switch)
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8 hours 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)
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1 month 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
2 months 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
2 months 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
7 months 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)
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1 year 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
1 year 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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E3 2018: Arcade versions of Donkey Kong and Sky Skipper coming to the eShop
1 year ago

E3 2018: Arcade versions of Donkey Kong and Sky Skipper coming to the eShop

When Nintendo started rolling out their Arcade Archives brand of classics on the Switch eShop last year, the question of whether or not the original arcade version of Donkey Kong …
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E3 2018: Ridley is finally coming to Smash Bros. as a playable character
1 year ago

E3 2018: Ridley is finally coming to Smash Bros. as a playable character

For years, Metroid fans have been begging for a certain foe from Samus Aran’s past to join the Super Smash Bros. roster. We can safely say that now the day …
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E3 2018: The gang’s all here! Super Smash Bros Ultimate details announced
1 year ago

E3 2018: The gang’s all here! Super Smash Bros Ultimate details announced

Nintendo All-Stars…ASSEMBLE!

More Super Smash Bros. information was shown front and center during Nintendo’s E3 2018 Direct, and they made sure to bring everyone to the party. Every …
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Review: Aqua Moto Racing Utopia (Nintendo Switch)
4.5
1 year ago

Review: Aqua Moto Racing Utopia (Nintendo Switch)

For a few years, many including myself have somewhat been clamoring for a new take on a Wave Race-esque arcade racer to rear its head. Well, enter Aqua Moto Racing …
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Review: Super Rocket Shootout (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Review: Super Rocket Shootout (Nintendo Switch)

When it comes to multiplayer offerings, there’s plenty of options to choose from currently on the Switch that catch you off guard. Super Rocket Shootout is one such example of …
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Review: BINGO for Nintendo Switch (Nintendo Switch)
3.5
2 years ago

Review: BINGO for Nintendo Switch (Nintendo Switch)

It’s not a surprise to anyone that the concept of Bingo as a game is both ubiquitous and sometimes fun despite relying heavily on chance. It’s a simple game where …
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Review: Bleed 2 (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Review: Bleed 2 (Nintendo Switch)

Looking back on my review of Bleed, I quickly noticed that there were quite a few things I cherished about it. I enjoyed the sense of the bullet-time combat and …
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Mini Review: Tachyon Project (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Mini Review: Tachyon Project (Nintendo Switch)

On the surface, Tachyon Project looks and feels like your typical twin-stick arcade shooter. Per the norm of this genre, it’s filled with heaps of enemies and projectiles for you …
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Review: Aqua Kitty UDX (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
2 years ago

Review: Aqua Kitty UDX (Nintendo Switch)

Cats and water don’t mix well in real life, but that certainly doesn’t stop Aqua Kitty UDX from showing what’s possible with this feline-centric aquatic arcade shooter. Developed by Tikipod, …
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Review: 10 Second Run Returns (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
2 years ago

Review: 10 Second Run Returns (Nintendo Switch)

Much to one’s surprise, 10 Second Run actually has a little bit of history with Nintendo platforms. Before the eShop, there was WiiWare and DSiWare Shop, which was Nintendo’s first …
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Review: Super One More Jump (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Review: Super One More Jump (Nintendo Switch)

There’s a certain kind of beauty that comes attached to a game like Super One More Jump. That type of beauty, of course, is when you get acquainted with its …
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