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About Morgan Truder

I think it’s fair to say I’m quite into games. As a kid I could often be found, controller in hand, exploring vast and unimaginable worlds. I soon realised that my passion for gaming could exceed being a hobby, and that’s what brings me here. Nice to meet you.
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Review: Blind Men (Nintendo Switch)
6
4 weeks ago

Review: Blind Men (Nintendo Switch)

Blind Men is a visual novel following Keegan, the self-proclaimed Dr. Cyclops. If you hadn’t guessed it yet, Keegan lost one of his eyes. He lost it in the same …
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Review: Galaxy Warfighter (Nintendo Switch)
6
1 month ago

Review: Galaxy Warfighter (Nintendo Switch)

Side-scrolling shoot ‘em ups make up a genre that just never quits. It feels like we get a new one every couple of weeks or so, especially in recent years. …
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Review: Bohemian Killing (Nintendo Switch)
8
1 month ago

Review: Bohemian Killing (Nintendo Switch)

I love a murder mystery. Something I love even more is when new ideas are injected into old genres. That’s exactly what Bohemian Killing does. It’s a murder mystery like …
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Review: Exit the Gungeon (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
2 months ago

Review: Exit the Gungeon (Nintendo Switch)

Exit the Gungeon is a bullet hell adventure where the ‘Gungeoneers’ are attempting to escape. It is the follow-up to 2016’s hugely successful Enter the Gungeon by developer Dodge Roll. …
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Review: Overpass (Nintendo Switch)
6
2 months ago

Review: Overpass (Nintendo Switch)

As a genre, racing games are tried and tested — it’s a bit of a treat when a game like Overpass comes along, and is trying to do something a …
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Review: Bloodroots (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
3 months ago

Review: Bloodroots (Nintendo Switch)

Bloodroots is a fast-paced action game developed by Paper Cult with a wild west setting. In Bloodroots, you and the majority of the enemies only need to be hit once to …
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Review: Arcade Fuzz (Nintendo Switch)
5.5
3 months ago

Review: Arcade Fuzz (Nintendo Switch)

Arcade Fuzz is a two-in-one title developed by Brazilian independent developer Walter Machado. The two games included in Arcade Fuzz are WARPZONE DRIFTER, a physics-based drifting game, and TTV3, …
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Review: Tilt Pack (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
3 months ago

Review: Tilt Pack (Nintendo Switch)

The arena fighting genre has long been dominated by the Super Smash Bros. franchise. This doesn’t mean there haven’t been attempts to recreate the formula Nintendo has perfected, but none …
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Review: SEN: Seven Eight Nine (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
3 months ago

Review: SEN: Seven Eight Nine (Nintendo Switch)

SEN: Seven Eight Nine isn’t going to stay with you. However, whilst you’re playing SEN, the puzzles will consume you. They aren’t overly difficult, but like all good puzzle games, …
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Review: Super Tennis (Nintendo Switch)
5
4 months ago

Review: Super Tennis (Nintendo Switch)

Sports games are usually a pretty safe bet — they’re one of the few types of games that can appeal to everyone. You only need to look at how well …
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Review: SELF (Nintendo Switch)
6
4 months ago

Review: SELF (Nintendo Switch)

SELF is a text-based adventure game — a rare occurrence in the current gaming landscape. Despite their waning popularity in recent years, this style of game still holds up well …
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Review: Down to Hell (Nintendo Switch)
5.5
5 months ago

Review: Down to Hell (Nintendo Switch)

Down to Hell is a game that, unfortunately, lacks originality. It’s been built in a mold we’ve all seen before. On appearance only it looks dark and gothic, similar to …
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Review: EarthNight (Nintendo Switch)
7
6 months ago

Review: EarthNight (Nintendo Switch)

EarthNight only recently came to Switch after its initial release on Apple Arcade earlier this year. On the face of it, it’s fair to assume that this game is another …
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Review: One Person Story (Nintendo Switch)
8
6 months ago

Review: One Person Story (Nintendo Switch)

Games as a medium are more engaging than any other. It doesn’t matter what you’re doing in a game, you’ll often find yourself feeling a connection with its characters and moments, and that can be unlike anything else…even if that character is nothing more than a purple orb.
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Review: Corpse Party: Blood Drive (Nintendo Switch)
6
6 months ago

Review: Corpse Party: Blood Drive (Nintendo Switch)

Corpse Party: Blood Drive is the third entry in the Corpse Party franchise that first began in 1996. The game originally released in Japan on PS Vita in 2014, but …
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Review: Valfaris (Nintendo Switch)
8
7 months ago

Review: Valfaris (Nintendo Switch)

In the past, veteran heavy metal band Iron Maiden has released all manner of games, from pinball machines to their mobile game, Iron Maiden: Legacy of the Beast. You wouldn’t …
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Review: Freedom Finger (Nintendo Switch)
7
7 months ago

Review: Freedom Finger (Nintendo Switch)

Comedy is never easy, especially in games. It’s incredibly subjective and everybody has a different sense of humour. As a platform, video games have often failed to deliver on comedy. …
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Review: Felix the Reaper (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
8 months ago

Review: Felix the Reaper (Nintendo Switch)

Felix the Reaper is inspired by death and its relationship to dance throughout history. Felix works for the Ministry of Death, whose job is to manipulate the world around someone …
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