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  • Review: One Line Coloring

    I think it’s safe to assume that most people are familiar with connect the dots. It’s a classic pen and paper game in which a scattered array of numbered dots must be connected by drawing a line from one dot to the next in the […]

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  • HORI USA Introduces Nintendo Switch Fighting Commander and Blue Light Screen Filter

    Disclosure: Fighting Commander and Blue Light Filter samples were provided to VGBlogger.com for promotional/coverage purposes by HORI USA. Need to up your Nintendo Switch fight game? Let HORI USA be your peripheral sensei with the awesome new Fighting Commander controller designed specifically for 2D fighting […]

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  • Kill It With Fire Impressions

    Eek!!! It’s a spider! Kill it kill it kill it! I’m not ashamed to admit that I’ve shrieked such things in horror upon being startled by the sudden and unprovoked appearance of an eight-legged monster. Of course my shouts are always laced with a choice […]

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  • Buy HORI USA’s New Nintendo Switch Split Pad Pro

    Disclosure: A Split Pad Pro was provided to VGBlogger.com for promotional/coverage purposes by HORI USA. Built to maximize ergonomic comfort for playing in handheld mode, HORI USA’s Split Pad Pro for Nintendo Switch offers an alternative to the out-of-box Joy-Cons with a gamepad-style design sure […]

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  • VGBlogger’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide for Geeks & Gamers

    Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, loyal readers! I know it’s been a slow and inconsistent year around these parts, but I’m back and aiming to close out the year with a bang, beginning right now with the return of VGBlogger’s holiday gift […]

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  • Jigsaw Review: Cuphead “Don’t Deal with the Devil” Puzzle

    I can’t think of another game in recent memory with a visual style I’d most want to see translated into a jigsaw puzzle than Cuphead. Well, whaddya know? USAopoly must’ve gone off and made a deal with The Devil, because my wish of a Cuphead […]

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  • Gear Review: KeySmart Pro

    Traditional keyrings and keychains have their appeal and are still useful, but they are becoming more and more obsolete as technology continues to advance and become increasingly portable. The days of bulky bulges of keys jingling around in your pocket, poking you in the leg, […]

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  • Book Review: The SNES Omnibus Vol. 1 & 2

    With such a massive and legendary game catalog to chronicle, Schiffer Publishing and author Brett Weiss decided to split their Super Nintendo Entertainment System tome, The SNES Omnibus, into two beefy volumes instead of just one. It was a wise decision, because I don’t imagine […]

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  • Collectible Review: Dark Souls and Kingdom Hearts FiGPiNs

    As the latest gaming franchises to join the FiGPiN lineup, Dark Souls and Kingdom Hearts bring fan-favorite characters to eager collectors, including Solaire of Astora, Dragonslayer Ornstein, and Siegmeyer of Catarina from Dark Souls, and the team of Sora, King Mickey, Donald Duck, and Goofy […]

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  • Book Review: Indie G Zine Vol. 2

    The follow-up to a successfully Kickstarted first volume, Indie G Zine Vol. 2 is a small softcover artzine celebrating the indie gaming scene. But don’t let its somewhat diminutive size–it’s 7″ x 9.75″, smaller than a normal piece of paper–fool you, because its 118 pages […]

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