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About Kaelyn Daugherty

Hello! My name is Kaelyn, and I LOVE Nintendo! I can't remember a time when I didn't play video games. Growing up with 3 older brothers it was hard to avoid them. Nintendo was always something that put me in a good mood, or taken me away when I needed a break from reality. My favorite series is the Legend of Zelda! I've always been into drawing Nintendo characters and seeing other people's video game themed art. I have a dream of one day meeting the great Shigeru Miyamoto, and one day working for Nintendo (Don't we all).
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Review: Splatoon 3: Side Order DLC (Nintendo Switch)
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4 days ago

Review: Splatoon 3: Side Order DLC (Nintendo Switch)

In the newest Splatoon 3 single player campaign, players will embark on a much-needed vacation to Inkopolis Square, only to be met with an ominous sight. The once vibrant Inkopolis has been drained of color and replaced by odd sea creatures. More bad news, Marina is missing, and it’s your job to rescue her and her friends.
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Review: Piczle Cross: Story of Seasons (Nintendo Switch)
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4 weeks ago

Review: Piczle Cross: Story of Seasons (Nintendo Switch)

Piczle Cross: Story of Seasons is a themed Picross game featuring puzzles, music, and other Story of Seasons aesthetics. But is it a game specifically for SOS fans, or something everyone can enjoy? Let’s take a look.
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Review: Harvest Moon: The Winds of Anthos (Nintendo Switch)
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5 months ago

Review: Harvest Moon: The Winds of Anthos (Nintendo Switch)

I was excited to review Harvest Moon: The Winds of Anthos not only because it is the newest title in the series, but also because it’s kind of a celebration for the 25th anniversary of Harvest Moon. Was that excitement warranted?
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Review: 30XX (Nintendo Switch)
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6 months ago

Review: 30XX (Nintendo Switch)

If you’re a fan of the MegaMan series, or games like it, you will definitely want to check out 30XX. This fast paced, futuristic, action/platformer makes me feel like I’m a kid again, playing MegaMan X for the first time.
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Review: Everdream Valley (Nintendo Switch)
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8 months ago

Review: Everdream Valley (Nintendo Switch)

If you’re looking for a new farming sim to play, Everdream Valley might be exactly what you need. Taking notes from games like Harvest Moon and Stardew Valley, …
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Speed Crew: Review (Nintendo Switch)
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9 months ago

Speed Crew: Review (Nintendo Switch)

Speed Crew is a new co-op party game that allows players to take the role of a pit crew on a race track. The game follows the same kind of mechanics as Overcooked and Moving Out, but does it take first place when it comes to gameplay? Let’s check it out!
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Review: Panic Porcupine (Nintendo Switch)
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10 months ago

Review: Panic Porcupine (Nintendo Switch)

Panic Porcupine is a new precision platformer on the Nintendo Switch. If you haven’t heard about it, it’s literally Sonic the Hedgehog and Super Meat Boy combined. It looks like …
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Review: Flame Keeper (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
12 months ago

Review: Flame Keeper (Nintendo Switch)

Flame Keeper is an action/adventure game that takes players on a journey through a dark, ominous world, and lets them control the power of FIRE! Take control of a piece …
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Review: Rytmos (Nintendo Switch)
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1 year ago

Review: Rytmos (Nintendo Switch)

Music makes the world go round, but what happens when the music stops? Rytmos is an interstellar puzzle game where the player creates music by completing puzzles using a series …
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Review: Ninja JajaMaru: The Lost RPGs (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
1 year ago

Review: Ninja JajaMaru: The Lost RPGs (Nintendo Switch)

Take a trip back in time with this pair of retro RPG classics, never released outside of Japan. Ninja JajaMaru: The Lost RPGs, is a bundle featuring two games: The Ninja Skill Book (’89) and The Legend of the Golden Castle (’90).
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Review: Rhythm Sprout (Nintendo Switch eShop)
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1 year ago

Review: Rhythm Sprout (Nintendo Switch eShop)

I always enjoy rhythm games. When they’re done the right way, they can be really fun. I remember the GBA port of Donkey Kong Country having a rhythm mini game …
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Review: The Crackpet Show (Nintendo Switch)
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1 year ago

Review: The Crackpet Show (Nintendo Switch)

In this fast-paced shoot ’em up, players take on the role of various animals fighting their way through episodes of a crazy, post-apocalyptic game show. It’s kind of like American Ninja Warrior, except if you fail in The Crackpet Show, you die.
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Review: It Takes Two (Nintendo Switch)
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1 year ago

Review: It Takes Two (Nintendo Switch)

It Takes Two is a pretty well-known game by now. Since it’s initial release, it has received tons of praise and various awards, including best multiplayer and game of the …
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Review: Dropsy (Nintendo Switch)
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1 year ago

Review: Dropsy (Nintendo Switch)

As far as clowns go, I’m not terrified of them, but they are a little creepy. The only clown I can think of that I’ve ever actually liked is Krusty …
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Review: OneShot: World Machine Edition (Nintendo Switch)
9.5
1 year ago

Review: OneShot: World Machine Edition (Nintendo Switch)

Imagine you wake up in a world where the sun has vanished. An unfamiliar, cold, dreary place with very few inhabitants or life. This is the world of …
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Review: Coromon (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Review: Coromon (Nintendo Switch)

If you’ve ever wanted to play Pokémon, without actually playing Pokémon, now’s your chance! Coromon is the newest entry in the “pocket monsters” genre. While almost everything about this game …
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Review: Endling: Extinction is Forever (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Review: Endling: Extinction is Forever (Nintendo Switch)

I love animals. I love animals so much that in my excitement to review a game about cute foxes, I never saw the horrible truth of what this …
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Review: Remote Life (Nintendo Switch)
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2 years ago

Review: Remote Life (Nintendo Switch)

I love old school shooters like Asteroids, Centipede and Space Invaders. Many similar games have been released over the years, usually involving aliens or outer space in some way. Now …
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