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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. Today, she games on Switch, PC and, until Pokémon comes to the Switch, the 3DS.
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Review: Sol Divide (Nintendo Switch)
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3 days ago

Review: Sol Divide (Nintendo Switch)

Blending side-scrolling battles and fighting functions with a touch of RPG story, Sol Divide: Sword of Darkness made a mark on developer Psikyo’s reputation when it was first launched in …
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Review: Immortal Redneck (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
2 weeks ago

Review: Immortal Redneck (Nintendo Switch)

A stereotypical southern American redneck isn’t the first kind of character you might typically pair with the magic and mythology of Ancient Egypt. But that’s what gives Immortal Redneck its …
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Review: Ninja Strikers (Nintendo Switch)
7
3 weeks ago

Review: Ninja Strikers (Nintendo Switch)

Don’t let the stubby-limbed, pink-cheeked cuteness of the Ninja Strikers characters trick you into thinking that this game will be easy to master. The retro 8-bit design style is not …
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Review: Shelter Generations (Nintendo Switch)
6
1 month ago

Review: Shelter Generations (Nintendo Switch)

Probably the thing that strikes you first about Shelter Generations is the distinct art style. It is simple and lovely and stands apart from most of the other games available …
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Review: Tesla vs Lovecraft (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
1 month ago

Review: Tesla vs Lovecraft (Nintendo Switch)

Tesla vs Lovecraft is pretty much exactly what you’d expect from a game called Tesla vs Lovecraft.

It is a top-down arena shooter game in which you play as brilliant …
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Review: The Final Station (Nintendo Switch)
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2 months ago

Review: The Final Station (Nintendo Switch)

It’s incredible how terrifying a pixelated silhouette can be. It’s the glowing white eyes, waiting for you in the shadows.

The Final Station does horror gaming so well. It …
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Review: Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf (Nintendo Switch)
5.5
2 months ago

Review: Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf (Nintendo Switch)

Joe Dever’s Lone Wolf is an immediately striking game. It is incredibly good-looking. It’s all rich sepia tones and detailed, hand-drawn maps that instantly plunge you into the fantasy setting.


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