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REVIEW – Mutant Mudds Collection Switch Review

A Compilation For Everyone The Mutant Mudds series, developed and published by the small team at Atooi, has earned a name for itself over the last few years. Originally created using the 3D effect on 3DS, Mutant Mudds was eventually ported to WiiU, PS4, PS3, Vita, PC and even iOS. With such saturation in the …

REVIEW – The End is Nigh Switch

The End is Deadly As a spiritual sequel to 2010’s Super Meat Boy, The End of Nigh is a tough-as-nails reflex platformer that is designed to kill you, make you curse every word in the book, and put a satisfactory smile on your face all at the same time. In short, if you liked Super …

REVIEW – Party Planet Switch

Apparently The Planet Is Having A Party With many controller and display options, the Switch is built for local multiplayer experiences and Party Planet takes advantage of Nintendo’s latest hardware. It is no Mario Party but at least this mini game compilation gives Switch owners something to chew on before the inevitable Mario Party 11 …

REVIEW – River City: Rival Showdown 3DS Review

Stick With It Over the last few years, 3DS owners have been blessed with original River City games. I still think River City: Tokyo Rumble is one of the best games on the 3DS eShop and River City: Knights of Justice also should please any fan of the beat’em up genre. Rival Showdown separates itself …

REVIEW – Super Beat Sports Switch

Hitting Balls With Sticks Through Music It is easy to tell that Super Beat Sports is a product of Harmonix, the developers of Rock Band, as the focus on music and rhythm is the key gameplay element. Originally released on Apple TV, this Switch port has some exclusive features and positions itself as a $14.99 …

REVIEW – Road Rage Xbox One

Driving Angry As a resurrection from the 16-bit era, Road Rage 2017 on new gen consoles feels unfinished, broken, and overly simple. The obvious flaws are so glaring that Road Rage is humorous for all the wrong reasons. The story does not make any sense but serves as the backdrop why the player is riding …

REVIEW – Ace of Seafood PS4

Fish Mouth Lasers Developed by Nussoft and published by Playism, Ace of Seafood is nonsensical and a straight up ridiculous fish-sim of a game. Always confusing and filled with flaws, this fish shooter essentially turns sea life into a messy Storm Trooper battle. Ace of Seafood is like playing the all-range mode of Star Fox …

REVIEW – VVVVVV Switch

Now Switching Gravity VVVVVV is unquestionably a unique title for a game but do not let that distract you. This Commodore-64 inspired platformer is just as creative as its name. The gimmick behind VVVVVV is simple; tapping a face button causes the playable character to fall in the opposite direction instead of jumping. While it …

REVIEW – Ittle Dew 2+ Switch

A Secret To Everyone Ittle Dew 2+ on Switch is the Zelda experience to play after you completed Breath of the Wild. Like A Link Between Worlds, this top-down exploratory RPG is designed around an open world in which the player can explore wherever desired. Ittle Dew 2 is basically a new, classic Zelda title …

REVIEW – Tallowmere Switch

Fight the Roguelike Created by a one-man team and ported from iOS and Wii U, it is hard to knock Tallowmere on Nintendo Switch too much given the circumstances. Published through Teyon, their first Switch title, this indie action roguelike platformer isn’t all bad but has its share of problems. Using 8-bit graphics, Tallowmere has …