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Seth Cano

Dallas, Texas

Favorite Games:
  • Fire Emblem: Three Houses
  • The Sims
  • Pokémon

49 games reviewed
72.0 average score
75 median score
73.5% of games recommended

Seth Cano's Reviews

Seth has been obsessed with gaming ever since the original Xbox and PlayStation 2. Seth is addicted to everything from your yearly Call of Duty game, looter shooters like Destiny & Borderlands, to Nintendo games like Splatoon 2 and Pokemon. Although, The Sims was the first game he truly ever got passionate about, on the PlayStation 2. Nowadays, you will find him obsessing over all things gaming on Twitter, gaming, or writing. He also looks forward to continuing to get to know everyone in the public relations/media industry. Seth also has an unusual obsession with both Starbucks and his cat Spencer.
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7 / 10.0 - Dauntless
Jan 19, 2020

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the loop of hunting monsters and collecting their parts to craft better weapons and armor. That being said, its performance issues in the open-world hub and the inability to earn any substantial amount of platinum through regularly playing the game inhibits me from giving further praise. However, with some improvements, this game could be a sleeper hit within the library of free-to-play Nintendo Switch games.

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10 / 10.0 - Alien: Isolation
Dec 31, 2019

Alien Isolation provides an utmost emotionally pulling experience, and runs flawlessly on the Nintendo Switch. The game truly is a testament to what can be done by third-party developers and porting studios.

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Dec 13, 2019

Overall, Narcos: Rise of the Cartels offers some unique strategy mechanics to help distract you from the game's slow nature.

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7 / 10.0 - Mad Games Tycoon
Dec 7, 2019

Despite the subpar graphics and lack of character customization, Mad Games Tycoon creates an addicting gameplay loop that fans of the simulation genre will love. Just be mindful of which platform you are buying the game on and at what price… because the game is cheaper elsewhere. That being said, if you enjoy simulation video games and can only get it on Nintendo Switch, it is still worth the asking price.

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Overall, Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 is the best game in the franchise for newcomers. The game offers an abundance of events and a charming story that'll give younglings insight into the history of the Olympic Games. If you are looking into becoming a competitive athlete online, then this game will not be for you. However, it is perfect for any get together with friends and/or family, due to the game's short session mentality.

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Nov 26, 2019

Overall, Disney Tsum Tsum Festival is worthy of your time if you are a Disney enthusiast. The game is also worth a look if you want a family-oriented game and/or party game. Despite some of the title's concerning game design choices, it has such a charming atmosphere and no performance issues. Therefore, having a jolly time is inevitable.

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6 / 10.0 - Anthill
Nov 21, 2019

Strategically, the game certainly feels like a unique addition to the tower defense genre. However, the game isn't strategically priced. Anthill lacks some of the basic components you'd expect from a game on the Nintendo Switch, such as the ability to play multiplayer and play in both docked and handheld mode. Fortunately, though, you can listen to the brand new, divine original soundtrack.

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Despite the small target-audience and poor camera controls in docked mode, Construction Simulator 2 exceeded my expectations. The game offers high replay incentive, no performance issues, and a lot of depth, especially for the price. It is also a newbie-friendly game if you aren't too experienced in simulation titles. Even if construction isn't your forte, it's hard not to recommend picking this title up if you like the genre.

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Oct 18, 2019

When compared with the plentiful amount of action-RPGs already on the Nintendo Switch Torchlight II can seem like a bit of an afterthought. But while its story has a poor endgame, it offers a cute aesthetic with plenty of charm. Panic Button has done a great job once again with porting, and those new to the genre will find plenty to entertain at a fair price.

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4 / 10.0 - Snooker 19
Oct 4, 2019

All of this being said, if you want to be able to play a fully-licensed snooker game, anywhere and at any time on your Nintendo Switch then this would be a suitable option, albeit a boring one. If you aren't in need of portable snooker-gameplay, then you are probably better off going to your local bowling alley and/or sports bar.

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