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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: Ultra Age (Nintendo Switch)
7
7 days ago

Review: Ultra Age (Nintendo Switch)

Ultra Age is a hack-and-slash game akin to the Devil May Cry franchise. Ultra Age is set in a very, very distant future in the year 3174. The ecosystem of …
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Review: Islanders: Console Edition (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
3 weeks ago

Review: Islanders: Console Edition (Nintendo Switch)

Islanders was originally released on Steam in 2019. Now after two years, the Console Edition has been released on the Switch, the perfect home for this kind of game. Islanders …
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Review: Black Book (Nintendo Switch)
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4 weeks ago

Review: Black Book (Nintendo Switch)

There are plenty of periods in history that have long been neglected by the medium of games. 19th Century Russia is a good example of that. Fortunately, Russian developer Morteshka …
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Review: Lambs on the Road: The Beginning (Nintendo Switch)
7
2 months ago

Review: Lambs on the Road: The Beginning (Nintendo Switch)

Lambs on the Road: The Beginning takes place after the world as we know it has come to an end. Food, water and all other resources have run out, leaving …
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Review: Kickerinho World (Nintendo Switch)
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2 months ago

Review: Kickerinho World (Nintendo Switch)

Kickerinho World was initially released on mobile devices, about five years ago. On mobile it is a classic play-until-you-fail, watch-an-advert, rinse-and-repeat type of game. On the Nintendo Switch it is …
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Review: Worms Rumble (Nintendo Switch)
6
3 months ago

Review: Worms Rumble (Nintendo Switch)

The very first Worms game was released over 20 years ago in 1995, and birthed a very popular franchise beloved by millions. The original Worms was a turn-based, strategy game …
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Review: Pecaminosa (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
3 months ago

Review: Pecaminosa (Nintendo Switch)

Pecaminosa is an action-RPG, sporting a pixelated art style and a mid-20th-century noir setting. With a classic setting for a crime game, Pecaminosa follows a detective who’s been kicked off …
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Review: Mystic Pillars (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
3 months ago

Review: Mystic Pillars (Nintendo Switch)

Mystic Pillars is a puzzle game by Bangalore-based developer Holy Cow Productions. The game itself is set in ancient India, mixing story-based cutscenes with puzzles. The puzzles are based on …
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Review: Subnautica: Below Zero (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
5 months ago

Review: Subnautica: Below Zero (Nintendo Switch)

Subnautica: Below Zero is a sequel to Unknown Worlds’ incredibly successful Subnautica, released in 2014. Below Zero builds on what came before, not completely re-inventing the formula, but expanding upon …
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Review: Potion Party (Nintendo Switch)
7
6 months ago

Review: Potion Party (Nintendo Switch)

Potion Party is a game where you run your own alchemy shop. The goal is to run the store smoothly, making potions for your customers quickly, hitting your daily quota. …
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Review: Ghost: Elisa Cameron (Nintendo Switch)
5.5
6 months ago

Review: Ghost: Elisa Cameron (Nintendo Switch)

Ghost: Elisa Cameron is based on the Dark Horse Comics, not the Patrick Swayze film from the 90s, with the recurring character Ghost who is Elisa Cameron. The plot follows …
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Review: The Dark Eye: Memoria (Nintendo Switch)
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7 months ago

Review: The Dark Eye: Memoria (Nintendo Switch)

The Dark Eye: Memoria is a direct sequel to The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav. That means if you didn’t play the previous game, you’re going to be pretty lost. …
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Review: The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
7 months ago

Review: The Dark Eye: Chains of Satinav (Nintendo Switch)

The Dark Eye franchise may not be a household name to many. However, the tabletop role-playing franchise is the most popular of its kind in Germany; it is even more …
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Review: Blue Fire (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
8 months ago

Review: Blue Fire (Nintendo Switch)

Blue Fire draws inspiration from plenty of different sources, ranging from classics like Zelda to more recent games such as Dark Souls and Hollow Knight. It’s another game that scratches …
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Review: Colossus Down (Nintendo Switch)
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8 months ago

Review: Colossus Down (Nintendo Switch)

Colossus Down is a direct sequel to MechaNika, which was released in 2015. MechaNika followed seven-year-old Nika on her quest to destroy anything in the world she didn’t perceive as …
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Review: Rhythm Fighter (Nintendo Switch)
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9 months ago

Review: Rhythm Fighter (Nintendo Switch)

Rhythm Fighter is a bit of a hybrid of a few genres. Part 2D side-scrolling beat ‘em up, part roguelike, and lastly, maybe most surprisingly, part rhythm game. It’s certainly …
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Review: Tropico 6 (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
10 months ago

Review: Tropico 6 (Nintendo Switch)

Tropico is a simulation game where you assume the persona of El Presidente, a political leader based in the Caribbean. There are four different eras you operate through, starting with …
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Review: Hades (Nintendo Switch)
9.5
10 months ago

Review: Hades (Nintendo Switch)

Hades first released for PC in 2018, but only in early access. Two years later, the full game is not only out, but it’s also available on the perfect platform: …
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