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REVIEW: SEGA AGES Puyo Puyo 2

I never had a Sega Genesis or many of the later consoles in the Sega line. As such there are a lot of games that […]

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REVIEW: Squidlit

I was hit by a wave of nostalgia when I spotted Squidlit in the Nintendo eShop. The game is a throwback to the classic GameBoy […]

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REVIEW: Raging Loop

Raging Loop is a horror themed visual novel game. While many visual novels are passive experiences, Raging Loop gives you some choices through the course […]

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REVIEW: SEGA AGES – Columns II

When I was growing up you were either a Nintendo kid or a Sega kid. I started off as a Sega kid and has both […]

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In a way the Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games series is very similar to the Mario Party titles. With a few notable exceptions, […]

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REVIEW: Island Maze

Island Maze is a clever, relaxing, and fun little puzzle game for the Nintendo Switch. It’s quick to pick up, easy to understand, but tough […]

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REVIEW: If My Heart Had Wings

I’ll admit it I’m not a big reader. Let’s be honest, reading takes quite a while. It does for me at least. No matter how […]

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REVIEW: Professor Lupo and his Horrible Pets

Professor Lupo and his Horrible Pets is a fun narrative driven puzzle-adventure game for the Nintendo Switch. It’s filled with head-scratching puzzles as you try […]

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REVIEW: Degrees of Separation

Degrees of Separation is a beautiful and clever 2D puzzle platformer. I’ve played my share of puzzle games, 2D platformers, as well the combination of the […]

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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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