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Indie developer Bloober Team has become known for its visual, reality-bending horror experiences. From Layers of Fear and its DLC to the fast-paced horror shooter 2084...

Dragon’s Lair Trilogy review for Nintendo Switch

Don Bluth’s Dragon’s Lair Trilogy is, perhaps, a fixture in early narrative-driven video games. Bluth, a popular animator and director of such animated films like All...

Rumor: Super Mario Maker 2 Under Construction For Nintendo Switch

The chance to play, create and share your own courses were ingredients for success with Super Mario Maker, the game’s creation tools allowing players to surprise...

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Fairy tales have been around for centuries; and while their imagery is easy enough to find, it’s not too often you find a game that presents...

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It’s the end of an era, that’s for sure. Atlus’ Etrian Odyssey series has graced Nintendo’s dual-screened handhelds now for almost 12 years, and in that...

Review: ‘Coffee Crisis’ Is a Fun Throwback (Switch)

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Cyberpunk Noir of the Highest Quality

The cyberpunk genre is alive and well on the Nintendo Switch with the glorious new port of >observer_, a narrative-focused first-person adventure game starring Rutger Hauer....

City of Brass for Nintendo Switch review

A number of titles have come from the dissolution of BioShock studio Irrational Games. The Deep End Games gave us Perception. The Molasses Flood gave us...

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