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About Roger Reichardt

Gaming has always been a part of my life ever since my family got a Pong machine when I was five years old. But it wasn't until the NES that I realized the potential of gaming and the worlds they conjure. Despite the NES being the early home to my favorite series Castlevania, RPGs are my preferred genre. I enjoy creating media around my love of games, whether it's podcasts, videos, articles, or reviews. On any given day, you'll most likely find me nestled in a corner, playing my Switch.
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Yacht Club Games announces Mina the Hollower and Kickstarter campaign
5 months ago

Yacht Club Games announces Mina the Hollower and Kickstarter campaign

Yacht Club Games, creator of Shovel Knight, has introduced the world to its newest game with Mina the Hollower. Taking inspiration from the 8-bit era, Mina the Hollower is an …
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Review: The Company Man (Nintendo Switch)
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5 months ago

Review: The Company Man (Nintendo Switch)

The Company Man is a beautifully hand-drawn platformer that is a love letter to those that came before it. The game is challenging, primarily due to the control mechanics (or …
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Retro-style platformer Swords & Bones slashes onto the Nintendo Switch
5 months ago

Retro-style platformer Swords & Bones slashes onto the Nintendo Switch

Ode to retro platformers, Swords & Bones, is making its way to the Nintendo Switch. The new retro-inspired pixel platformer, released on Steam in 2021, comes from developer SEEP and …
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Horace is getting a physical release via Super Rare Games
5 months ago

Horace is getting a physical release via Super Rare Games

Horace, the adorable platformer, is getting a physical release by Super Rare Games (check out our glowing review here). With only 4000 print copies available, you’ll need to act fast …
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Review: Lacuna (Nintendo Switch)
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6 months ago

Review: Lacuna (Nintendo Switch)

Lacuna is a mix of a puzzle and a narrative adventure game. It takes its cues from film noir, set in the distant future filled with corporate corruption, religious zealots, …
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Review: Forgotten Hill Disillusion (Nintendo Switch)
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6 months ago

Review: Forgotten Hill Disillusion (Nintendo Switch)

I enjoy a good puzzle game, particularly point-and-click escape room games. When you play a well-crafted puzzle game and figure out the solution, it makes you feel good. Not only …
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Review: Word Forward (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
6 months ago

Review: Word Forward (Nintendo Switch)

Word Forward is the latest word puzzle entry on the Nintendo Switch. It’s a simple puzzle game without gimmicks or flair. Yet, it’s a competent and challenging game that will …
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Review: Super Impossible Road (Nintendo Switch)
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7 months ago

Review: Super Impossible Road (Nintendo Switch)

Initially released in 2016, Super Impossible Road is the newest contender in the racing genre on the Switch. It’s a fast-paced, futuristic racer where you control a ball on what …
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Review: The Legend of Tianding (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
7 months ago

Review: The Legend of Tianding (Nintendo Switch)

What I like about reviewing indie games, you sometimes get a chance to review a hidden gem, as is the case with The Legend of Tianding. The attention to detail, …
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Review: Circa Infinity (Nintendo Switch)
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8 months ago

Review: Circa Infinity (Nintendo Switch)

Circa Infinity is a puzzle platformer from Kenny Sun and published by Red Deer Games. Originally released on PC in 2015, it is now available on the Nintendo Switch. The …
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Review: Hermitage: Strange Case Files (Nintendo Switch)
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8 months ago

Review: Hermitage: Strange Case Files (Nintendo Switch)

A visual novel needs a few elements to make it worthwhile: a good story, a protagonist you can connect with, and mechanics that allow making decisions that influence the outcomes. …
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Review: Takorita Meets Fries (Nintendo Switch)
3.5
8 months ago

Review: Takorita Meets Fries (Nintendo Switch)

Growing up, I was never a big reader, but I did enjoy Choose Your Own Adventure books. They appealed to me because the choices were meaningful; many resulted in life …
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Review: No More Heroes 3 (Nintendo Switch)
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9 months ago

Review: No More Heroes 3 (Nintendo Switch)

The first ten minutes of No More Heroes 3 are very bizarre. It starts with Travis Touchdown reminiscing about a game called Deathman that he used to play as a …
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