Nintendo Switch Archive

  • Review: Manual Samuel

    Manual Samuel. The name of the game tells you everything you need to know right in the title.    Nothing Samuel does happens without the player putting in the manual effort to press a series of buttons. Sure, all game characters are basically digital mannequins […]

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  • Review: The Low Road

    Noomi Kovacs is a young spy who wants nothing more than to be assigned to real field work, to make a difference as a secret agent. The beginning of The Low Road, a 1970s corporate espionage graphic adventure, finds Noomi meeting Barney “Turn” Turner, who […]

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  • Review: Doughlings: Arcade

    Somewhere in another dimension, a race of culture appropriating doughballs with arms and bulbous, expressive eyeballs has become infected by poison gas after the crash landing of a meteor on their home planet. The lives of these infected beings, the titular Doughlings, are now left […]

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  • Review: Energy Invasion

    An Arkanoid clone with a dual-stick shooter twist, Energy Invasion pairs familiar ball-and-paddle gameplay with an alternative approach to busting bricks. The genre basics haven’t changed: You slide a paddle back and forth along the bottom of the screen to deflect an orb hurtling upward […]

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  • Gear Review: Logitech G433 7.1 Wired Surround Gaming Headset

    The last Logitech gaming headset I used, the G231 Prodigy, fell short of the quality I’ve come to expect from the company. While the audio quality was clear, the angular ear design felt awkward, the plastic casing felt bulky, cheap, and rickety, and even with […]

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  • Review: SteamWorld Dig 2

    SteamWorld Dig 2 opens with players controlling Dorothy, a robot looking for her friend Rusty, the starring robot from the first SteamWorld Dig. Dorothy meets a parade of different robotic townsfolk who live in a dusty Western mining town troubled by a recent spike of earthquakes after […]

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  • Review: Golf Story

    As the saying goes, “Golf is a good walk spoiled,” which is why I’ve rarely ever found myself playing the sport unless it is in a video game. It’s not that I don’t appreciate the skill needed to be able to hit a tiny ball hundreds […]

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  • Rime to Finally Launch in May (Nintendo Switch Version Coming Later)

    After a long and winding journey through nearly half a decade in development, Tequila Works is finally almost done with its beautiful third-person puzzle adventure Rime. Like a cross between Ico, Wind Waker, The Witness, and a Studio Ghibli production, Rime will be out May […]

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  • Wonder Boy Lays The Dragon’s Trap on Consoles Next Month

    DotEmu and Lizardcube’s Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap remake has an official release date for console platforms. The game will be out April 18th on PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One. But what about the PC? Hang tight, master race of gaming. Wonder Boy‘s glorious […]

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  • Manga Inspired Roguelike Away Makes an Unexpected Journey to PC and Consoles

    One of the standout games announced under the newly formed Playdius Entertainment indie publishing label of Plug In Digital, Away: Journey to the Unexpected is a first person rogue-lite featuring vibrant, cartoonish visuals and kooky characters inspired by Japanese anime and manga culture, paired off […]

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