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Trevor Gould

New England

Favorite Games:
  • Super Mario series

134 games reviewed
64.3 average score
70 median score
35.1% of games recommended

Trevor Gould's Reviews

Review Coordinator & Senior Editor at Pure Media. Especially enjoys building working relationships with smaller and independent developers and studios. PNM is your independent magazine for all things Nintendo.
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7 / 10.0 - The Eyes of Ara
Oct 17, 2019

While a great game at heart, The Eyes of Ara has too many third-act issues for me to give a broad recommendation. Nonetheless, this is still a good release, skillfully crafted with attention to detail. For genre enthusiasts, I might even say The Eyes of Ara is a great release. Just be prepared for a daunting challenge as you near the end, likely with a walkthrough on hand.

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Oct 16, 2019

The truth is, I simply can't recommend The Bradwell Conspiracy in its present state. It just misses the mark in too many areas. With some fine-tuning and polish, its technical shortcomings could eventually be overcome, in which case it'll be ready for primetime. But playing it on the Nintendo Switch now has me reaching for a bottle of ibuprofen.

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By all means, download  Angry Bunnies: Colossal Carrot Crusade for free. But after an hour or so, give or take, you'll likely have had your fill. Even at its best, this was a subpar clone, and now (with paid DLC and microtransactions) it's well past its shelf life.

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5.5 / 10.0 - Dreaming Canvas
Oct 7, 2019

Dreaming Canvas is small but, within its limits, it almost manages to deliver some measure of a satisfying experience. For all its weak points, at least it has what it takes to stand apart on the eShop. Not as a game, mind you, but as a walking simulator with an artfulness, and easygoing tranquility. At $4.99 it's reasonably priced, but only if you're into moderately unique experiences that feel underdeveloped.

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3.5 / 10.0 - Petoons Party
Oct 4, 2019

With a serious lack of unique content and not much gameplay variety, Petoons Party feels like a primitive offering. It's too limited, in real need of further attention to detail and polish.

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8 / 10.0 - 80 Days
Oct 3, 2019

Instead of "just one more chapter" 80 DAYS will have you saying "just one more playthrough". It might also have you wanting to revisit Jules Verne's novel. It comes recommended to booklovers and those desiring to a digital taste of the valet lifestyle.

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Despite its modest handheld origins, The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening is a true console experience. With updated aesthetics and superior controls (especially for inventory), it's shaping up to carry on the Game Boy legacy and be both a critical and commercial hit. An innovative, generally light-hearted installment that's full of surprises, Zelda enthusiasts won't want to overlook this game. Link's Awakening is also an ideal entry for those who aren't Zelda fans.

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7 / 10.0 - Quarters, Please!
Sep 29, 2019

Quarters, Please! has charm, is entertainingly retro, and replayable. Yes, it has cut a few games, but it's added even more in their place. It's basic but fun, and the latter has become a real rarity on the Nintendo 3DS in 2019.

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Sep 29, 2019

This action game is aptly named, as it is indeed a mess.

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9 / 10.0 - Star Wars Pinball
Sep 27, 2019

Zen Studios bring a top-notch level of quality that you'd expect from a company established in video game pinball supremacy. Whether you're a casual fan or a pinball enthusiast, you're bound to find enjoyment with Star Wars Pinball. This package is a real bargain on Nintendo Switch too, with replay value as high as Bespin's Cloud City. Zen Studios has done the Star Wars license proud.

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