Category: Reviews

When I first saw Vroom in the Night Sky appear in the Nintendo E-Shop I was confused. A Magical girl flying on a motor bike? No clear objective in the ad-reel? The price tag read $10. I was intrigued. I wasn’t interested, but I was intrigued. So I waited. I thought on it for a […]

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First off, I want to make note: I apologize for the time it took me to get this article from brain to internet. This was meant to be a Christmas piece in line with the game’s theme. A lot of things happen in life and the release of this game ened up being a strange […]

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During it’s launch, PlayStation VR had a pretty good assortment of games. Job Simulator and Wayward Sky, down to smaller titles I’d like to see receive the full game treatment such as Danger Ball and Robot Run. Since then there have been some truly terrifying (in a good way) titles and still others that, while […]

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Snake Puns everywhere! SumoDigitalLtd’s latest game Snake Pass for the Nintendo Switch is a lot of things. It’s a fun, beautiful and lighthearted puzzler. It’s a family friendly and brightly colored game with a catchy soundtrack. Most importantly: it’s the single best Snake simulator game I’ve ever played. I played SnakePass on the Nintendo Switch, […]

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Let’s cut the fluff and have some real talk. I’m not gonna gush about how I’ve been drooling over Zelda since 1996 or how important this series is to me or all the #feels I got while playing this game (okay maybe a little). Breath of the Wild is a masterpiece. The wait to get […]

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Fast RMX Review

Fast RMX might not be vastly different than its predecessor, Fast Racing NEO, but I’ll try to be as unique as possible. If you haven’t already, you can check out our coverage of Neo right here. Okay, here goes. Fast RMX is a reflex driven futuristic racer. It’s a shameless love song to Nintendo’s own […]

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As the “R” in the title suggests, Super Bomberman R is a rebirth or reboot for the long running franchise. The latest entry goes back to the blue bomber’s roots and drops some of the frills of past games for a more basic and accessible experience. The original Bomberman debuted in 1983 from Hudson Soft […]

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Okay. So. I was going to review Poochy and Yoshi’s Wooly World for 3DS, but then we all started this thing called the Zelda Book Report we came up with during our podcast. Soooooooo needless to say, while I did play Wooly World on 3DS and loved it, I’m in no position to actually review […]

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