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About Kirstie Summers

Kirstie Summers is a writer based in London, England, who takes every opportunity to blend her hobbies with her career. She has written about books, movies, art, and gaming. She has been a Nintendo fangirl for as long as she can remember and relishes any excuse to incorporate it into her work.
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Review: Pokémon Scarlet and Violet (Nintendo Switch)
5
3 days ago

Review: Pokémon Scarlet and Violet (Nintendo Switch)

Pokémon Scarlet and Violet is a mixed bag. It’s obvious where corners have been cut. But it excels at catering to lifelong fans while still being accessible to children in …
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Review: A Plague Tale: Requiem – Cloud Version (Nintendo Switch)
9
1 week ago

Review: A Plague Tale: Requiem – Cloud Version (Nintendo Switch)

A Plague Tale: Requiem is the eagerly anticipated sequel to 2019’s A Plague Tale: Innocence. It picks up six months after we last saw the de Runes, now reunited with …
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Review: Hell Pie (Nintendo Switch)
3
1 month ago

Review: Hell Pie (Nintendo Switch)

A 3D platformer that prides itself on obscenity, Hell Pie stars a demon of bad taste on an epic adventure through the many layers of Hell.

You play as Nate, …
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Review: Splatoon 3 (Nintendo Switch)
9
2 months ago

Review: Splatoon 3 (Nintendo Switch)

The long-awaited third installment to one of Nintendo’s biggest family games, Splatoon 3 had a lot to live up to from the moment it launched. Luckily for this title, the …
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Review: Severed Steel (Nintendo Switch)
8
2 months ago

Review: Severed Steel (Nintendo Switch)

A first-person shooter that prides itself on its complex yet beautifully fluid mechanics, Severed Steel moves at a rapid pace. It opens on a wordless cutscene that introduces your protagonist, …
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Review: Please Touch the Artwork (Nintendo Switch)
9
3 months ago

Review: Please Touch the Artwork (Nintendo Switch)

Inspired by and set within the calm environs of a modern art gallery, Please Touch the Artwork is a creative and intelligent puzzle game curated to be soothing. It plays …
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Review: Ground Divers (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
4 months ago

Review: Ground Divers (Nintendo Switch)

Combining a cute art style with playful dialogue, Ground Divers plumbs the literal depths of alien worlds, while only grazing metaphorical ones.

The game takes place in a distant future. …
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Review: Mr. Prepper (Nintendo Switch)
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5 months ago

Review: Mr. Prepper (Nintendo Switch)

Set in a chillingly familiar world, Mr. Prepper is predominantly a crafting game. Under the thumb of invasive, oppressive government agents, you build your own underground bunker and populate it …
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Review: Zorro The Chronicles (Nintendo Switch
5
5 months ago

Review: Zorro The Chronicles (Nintendo Switch

The companion game to the show, Zorro The Chronicles is a child-friendly hack-and-slash adventure. The game reimagines the legend of Zorro through a series of 18 missions you undertake to …
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Review: Lumberhill (Nintendo Switch)
6
6 months ago

Review: Lumberhill (Nintendo Switch)

Rapid pacing and bold, busy environments combine in Lumberhill to create the kind of colourful, time-challenge game that is easy to learn but difficult to master.

You play as a …
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Review: Dungeons of Dreadrock (Nintendo Switch)
8
6 months ago

Review: Dungeons of Dreadrock (Nintendo Switch)

Inspired by early adventure video games, Dungeons of Dreadrock sends you – a lone child – into a 100-floor dungeon that requires you to fight off monsters and solve puzzles …
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Review: My Brother Ate My Pudding! (Nintendo Switch)
8
7 months ago

Review: My Brother Ate My Pudding! (Nintendo Switch)

A surreal take on the point-and-click puzzle game, My Brother Ate My Pudding! blends an everyday, slice-of-life situation with increasingly weird challenges. You play as a little boy who has …
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Review: Crystar (Nintendo Switch)
7
7 months ago

Review: Crystar (Nintendo Switch)

Preceded by a bombastic anime trailer, Crystar takes you on a gut-wrenching adventure through the afterlife. You play as a teenage girl called Rei who is summoned, along with her …
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Review: Rotund Rebound (Nintendo Switch)
5
7 months ago

Review: Rotund Rebound (Nintendo Switch)

Between the lightning speed of the gameplay and the cast of fat, bouncing animals, Rotund Rebound builds on the foundation established by its predecessor, Rotund Takeoff. The latest game drops …
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Review: Will You SnAIl? (Nintendo Switch)
10
9 months ago

Review: Will You SnAIl? (Nintendo Switch)

In a market inundated with clever platformers, Will You SnAIl? finds a host of unique ways to stand out from the crowd. Set in a technologically advanced future, you play …
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Review: Derpy Conga (Nintendo Switch)
6
9 months ago

Review: Derpy Conga (Nintendo Switch)

With the concept of friendship baked into its core mechanics, Derpy Conga is an adorable game, no matter what angle you look at it.

The game takes place over a …
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Review: Kinduo (Nintendo Switch)
7
10 months ago

Review: Kinduo (Nintendo Switch)

Kinduo is one of those cute puzzle platformers that focuses on the small details that make it different so its simplicity works to its advantage.

You play by controlling two …
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Review: Watermelon Blocks (Nintendo Switch)
6
11 months ago

Review: Watermelon Blocks (Nintendo Switch)

Watermelon Blocks is a cute 2D puzzle platformer that uses simplicity to its advantage. You play as a chunk of watermelon traversing a series of platforms that get increasingly more …
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