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Review: Diablo II: Resurrected (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
13 hours ago

Review: Diablo II: Resurrected (Nintendo Switch)

Truth be told, because I was firmly on the side of Baldur’s Gate in great gaming debate of the late ’90s, I’ve never played a Diablo game. Now that I’ve played Diablo II on the Switch, I…well, I won’t say I was on the wrong team, but I can freely admit that bypassing Diablo was a mistake.
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Review: Death’s Gambit: Afterlife (Nintendo Switch)
8
1 day ago

Review: Death’s Gambit: Afterlife (Nintendo Switch)

Death’s Gambit: Afterlife is a fun 2D side scroller. It is a remake of the original Death’s Gambit. Afterlife brings the elements of old-school SNES and Genesis platformers while also …
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Review: HIX: Puzzle Islands (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
2 days ago

Review: HIX: Puzzle Islands (Nintendo Switch)

HIX: Puzzle Islands is a surprising game. It sets out to create a puzzle experience that’s fun, addictive, and tricky enough for adults but easy enough for kids. It’s a …
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Review: Gleylancer (Nintendo Switch)
9
5 days ago

Review: Gleylancer (Nintendo Switch)

Respected but not readily available until now, Gleylancer moves from the Mega Drive and Wii Virtual Console to the Nintendo Switch eShop. It might be the best shooter you’ve yet …
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Review: No More Heroes 3 (Nintendo Switch)
8
6 days 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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Review: Don’t Touch This Button! (Nintendo Switch)
4.5
1 week ago

Review: Don’t Touch This Button! (Nintendo Switch)

Don’t Touch This Button! is one of those games where my initial impressions after watching the trailer matched how I felt after playing the game. The trailer gave the impression …
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Review: One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party (Nintendo Switch)
8
1 week ago

Review: One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party (Nintendo Switch)

The second instalment in an already promising series, One-Eyed Lee and the Dinner Party is a point-and-click supernatural mystery. Set in a post-apocalyptic fantastical world, the game balances a nuanced …
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Review: Ultra Age (Nintendo Switch)
7
1 week 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: Where’s Samantha? (Nintendo Switch)
8
2 weeks ago

Review: Where’s Samantha? (Nintendo Switch)

 Where’s Samantha? is a physics-based puzzle platformer for the Nintendo Switch. It follows the adventures of George, a scrap of fabric who travels through a cloth world to find his …
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Review: A Juggler’s Tale (Nintendo Switch)
7
2 weeks ago

Review: A Juggler’s Tale (Nintendo Switch)

I can’t resist a good cinematic platformer, and A Juggler’s Tale is one such game. What keeps it from greatness are its ease and cost relative to the amount of …
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Review: NBA 2K22 (Nintendo Switch)
7.5
2 weeks ago

Review: NBA 2K22 (Nintendo Switch)

For the last few years, the NBA 2K series has had a bit of a rough up and down. The highlights continue to be that the NBA 2K series is …
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Review: G-Darius HD (Nintendo Switch)
7
2 weeks ago

Review: G-Darius HD (Nintendo Switch)

G-Darius was originally released in 1997 for the Japanese arcades and then later ported to the PS1 and again for the PS2. G-Darius HD is the fourth installment of the …
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Review: WarioWare: Get It Together! (Nintendo Switch)
8
2 weeks ago

Review: WarioWare: Get It Together! (Nintendo Switch)

I’m conflicted by WarioWare: Get It Together! This is somewhat by design, as the game is all about conflicts. Urgent, ridiculous, three-second conflicts. And whereas its traditional microgame formula is largely intact, a couple of development decisions can lessen their impact if you’re unwilling to adapt.
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Review: Hoa (Nintendo Switch)
8
2 weeks ago

Review: Hoa (Nintendo Switch)

Hoa is a puzzle platformer that initially escaped my notice. But I was happy to accept a later review key offer, as the launch trailer impressed me greatly. As Strong …
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Review: KeyWe (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
2 weeks ago

Review: KeyWe (Nintendo Switch)

Ever since Overcooked, I’ve noticed a ton more co-op games on the market; some blatant Overcooked clones with a change of setting, and others trying something a bit different. KeyWe …
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Review: Rush Rally Origins (Nintendo Switch)
6.5
2 weeks ago

Review: Rush Rally Origins (Nintendo Switch)

Rush Rally Origins is a fun, albeit simple game that came out in August. In some ways, Rush Rally wasn’t much different from the standard racing game you’d get in …
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Pure Nintendo Review Recap – September, 2021
2 weeks ago

Pure Nintendo Review Recap – September, 2021

We may already be a few days into October, but don’t sleep on the 23 reviews the PN crew published in September. There’s something for everyone, but let us know …
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Review: Monster Train First Class (Nintendo Switch)
8.5
3 weeks ago

Review: Monster Train First Class (Nintendo Switch)

A game that pits you against the most powerful angels of heaven, Monster Train First Class is a roguelike deckbuilder that tasks you with protecting the beating heart of hell. …
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