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REVIEW: Lightseekers

To be honest I had seen Lightseekers at my local Toys’R’Us store for a while. (Yes, in Canada the Toys’R’Us chain is alive and well.) […]

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REVIEW: Fire Emblem Warriors

Fire Emblem has become a blossoming franchise for Nintendo, even if the series itself has been around for nearly as long as Mario and Luigi. […]

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REVIEW: Super Smash Bros. Ultimate

Like all of the various entries in Nintendo’s historic franchises, the latest entries are like brand new experiences for me. I played the original game […]

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Playing Pokémon: Let’s Go is like going home again. After playing the original Kanto adventures in the first game in Pokémon Red version twenty years […]

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REVIEW: Swap This!

Swap This! from Two Tribes on Nintendo Switch is a slick little arcade-style puzzle game. The game is reminiscent of colour match mobile games and is […]

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REVIEW: Sports Party

Sports Party is just what the title suggests. It’s a party game that is based around sports, albeit they lean towards more casual games than […]

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REVIEW: This is the Police 2

This is the Police 2 is a hard game to review. It’s not really the game I thought it was and is one of those […]

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REVIEW: SNK HEROINES ~Tag Team Frenzy~

SNK HEROINES Tag Team Frenzy is a fast, colourful tag-team fighting game from NIS America. While the game is a little bit light and has […]

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REVIEW: SubaraCity

SubaraCity is a city-making puzzle game, giving a fresh spin on the block-matching genre. It’s simple to play and addictive, but needs a little more […]

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REVIEW: Captain Toad Treasure Tracker

Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, which originally launched for Wii U back in 2014, has been ported and released for both the Nintendo Switch and the […]

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