Kirstin Swalley


52 games reviewed
83.3 average score
80 median score
88.5% of games recommended
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Copen was originally featured as a playable character in Azure Striker Gunvolt 2, but being given his own title has made him shine amazingly.

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Sep 24, 2019

It's hard to go into what makes AI: Somnium Files so extraordinarily great without spoiling key elements, but it's truly a title that grips quickly and doesn't let go.

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Link's Awakening was a massive hit when it was first released, and today it's still just as amazing as it was 26 years ago.

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4 / 5.0 - Daemon X Machina
Sep 19, 2019

A modern mech title that can easily be a gateway drug to hours of fast-paced action, there's noting else quite like Daemon X Machina on Switch. While its story falls a bit short, it's still enjoyable and intriguing enough of a ride to keep up with even when confusing.

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Sep 4, 2019

Monster Hunter World is a fantastic entry into the series and stands as a pinnacle of accomplishments for Capcom. Iceborne does everything within its power to improve upon that and does it fantastically.

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Collecting the cards from any TCG series is fantastic and rewarding, but realistically not everyone can afford to participate in such a hobby.

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Aug 8, 2019

Three Houses offers one of the best stories in the Fire Emblem series since its revival on 3DS. The characters are all brilliantly written and none ever feel like their conversations fall flat.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Super Mario Maker 2
Jul 1, 2019

Super Mario Maker 2 is still heavily about the creation process, but adds great new features that make it even more enjoyable than ever before.

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4.5 / 5.0 - Collection of Mana
Jun 17, 2019

Collection of Mana is one of the greatest classic RPG assortments out there now.

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It's hard to believe that something as crazy sounding as rhythm-based rougelike would actually work, but Necrodancer proved it could be done well and Cadence of Hyrule took it a step further by improving multiple facets of gameplay and visuals.

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