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REVIEW – Robbotto (Switch)

Domo Domo A clone of Bubble Bobble, Robbotto is a simple arcade game that is easy to pick-up-and-play and built around getting a high score while playing through 100 single screened stages. Instead of spitting bubbles and trapping enemies like Bub and Bob, the player controls a robot in which enemies must be shot with …

REVIEW – Code of Princess EX (Switch)

A New Guardian Originally released in 2012 on 3DS and published by Atlus, Code of Princess received somewhat of a cult following for its scantily clad protagonist and combo-based combat system. Here in 2018, Nicalis has re-released this 2D brawler on Nintendo Switch by adding the “EX” at the end of the title which implies …

REVIEW – Ultra Space Battle Brawl (Switch)

The New Pong If you took the zany cast of characters and presentation from Street Fighter and mixed it with classic Pong, you would get Ultra Space Battle Brawl. Displayed through a sport-like venue, this Pong-fighting game offers some heated local multiplayer options and high difficulty battles against some ruthless AI. Gameplay is very simple …

REVIEW – Semblance (Switch)

Modify The World The gimmick behind Semblance’s entire 2D platforming gameplay is the ability to transform specific parts of the environment to solve environmental puzzles. Playing as a squishy blob, the player can reach new heights by hitting a malleable platform from underneath, or can essentially dig a hole by butt-stomping it. This blob can …

REVIEW – The Banner Saga 3 Xbox One Review

Here, At the End of All Things With an amazing story filled with gut-wrenching drama, a memorable cast of characters, and unforgettable set pieces, I can now honestly say that The Banner Saga trilogy is one of my favorite gaming franchises. Once the credits roll in this third installment, the player will be taken on …

REVIEW – Pool Panic Switch

Creative But Annoying Developer Rekim and Adult Swim Games have released Pool Panic on Switch and PC, a creative and comical spin on billiards. Unfortunately, gimmicks and annoyance get in the way fun. Pool Panic is unlike any pool game you have played before. You freely control the white cue ball with the task of …

REVIEW – VSR Void Space Racing Switch

No Gravity. Lots of Rings. Zero Fun. In 1999, the world was graced with the unforgettable Superman 64. Labeled as one of the worst games of all time by critics and fans, players controlled a drunken Superman as he flew through a series of colored rings. With similar gameplay only in the vastness of space, …