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8 / 10 - Vectronom
Jun 17, 2019

With its simple, accessible, but also very challenging and demanding, Vectronom turns out to be something that will welcome everyone and its experience only needed to last longer for this game to stand out more.

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Jun 16, 2019

Fate/Extella Link is the richest entry in the series thanks to its more in-depth combat system and to the wealth and variety of characters, multiple customization options and their contribution to the game's plot.

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4 / 10 - Refunct
Jun 15, 2019

While the idea is laudable and worthy of attention, Refunct does very little to go beyond something superficial and short-lived. It's clear that there was potential to make this a more ambitious game, so what Refunct proposes feels like a big disappointment.

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7 / 10 - Blazing Beaks
Jun 13, 2019

Blazing Beaks joins some of the best ingredients of the roguelike formula and tops it with a marvelous art style, multiplayer (up to four players) and responsive controls. Overall its players will find an involving adventure that never feels repetitive and which has something for everyone.

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7 / 10 - Nidhogg 2
Jun 12, 2019

Niddhog 2 has studied the lessons from its predecessor and makes its way into the Nintendo Switch catalogue as a fun and fluid multiplayer experience. It shines less when it comes to solo play, as the game feels a lot less motivating when there is only one player involved, but those looking for enjoyable local multiplayer sessions will find Niddhog 2 to be a satisfying choice.

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6 / 10 - Beat Cop
Jun 11, 2019

Beat Cop delivers the experience of a 1980s-style police action movie, with heavy doses of irony and unreal comedy added on top of it. The result is a game that is fun and a marvel to look at, even if some of its elements can get confusing and repetitive at times.

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7 / 10 - Golem Gates
Jun 9, 2019

Golem Gates lands on the Nintendo Switch as a proposal that merges Real Time Strategy elements with card-based strategy games and it does a very good job at it, even if it can become too easy after the player is fully invested into the game. Golem Gates also features an involving degree of strategic complexity, a carefully crafted art style and online functionalities that are more than welcome in this effort that is certain to please fans of RTS and card-based strategy games.

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Jun 6, 2019

Dusty Raging Fist brings back the beloved beat'em up genre to the Nintendo Switch and while it doesn't reinvent the formula, it certainly does a decent job with its visuals, simple combat mechanics and its three-player co-op mode. It could be even better with more emphasis on the fighting techniques and some tweaks to its gameplay when it comes to the leveling up of characters and challenge.

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Jun 3, 2019

The Banner Saga 2 builds up on its predecessor and adds a greater variety of environments to an enjoyable tactical RPG with a marvelous visual component. The Banner Saga 2 also gives the impression that it could have gone much farther than what we're seeing here but rather it chose to be more of a layover than a destination, as it seems to open the ground for something greater.

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Jun 2, 2019

While Team Sonic Racing could have gone further in its ambitions, the game is worthy of praise for being a fun and enjoyable kart racing game, with plenty of well-designed and original gameplay mechanics. It's also another opportunity to bring together a series of characters of the Sonic universe, this time in the context of a team racing competition which works very well.

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7 / 10 - Darkwood
May 30, 2019

As far as survival horrors on the Nintendo Switch go, Darkwood certainly knows how to keep players alert and on their toes, as well as to make them take their own decisions to survive. Where Darkwood doesn't fully stand out is when it comes to its visual environment, as well as on solving technical issues but beyond that, this is a game that will satisfy fans of the survival horror genre.

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May 29, 2019

Assassin's Creed III Remastered is an adaptation that has its ups and downs. If the overall gameplay mechanics are good and enjoyable and the combat feels right to the player, the game also has several elements that need improvement, such as its hit detection system and framerate. While the overall experience is positive, the game needs polishing to be up to the series' name.

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May 28, 2019

Deru: The Art of Cooperation is one of the best and most original puzzle games available for the Nintendo Switch, especially when played by two players in cooperation. Its mixture of challenging puzzles which grow increasingly complex with a very minimalist and relaxing audiovisual environment and interesting cooperative gameplay mechanics help turn this into a winning combination for fans of puzzle games.

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6 / 10 - Oh My Godheads
May 26, 2019

Oh My Godheads: Party Edition gets its primary goals right: it's a fun and entertaining multiplayer party game for the Nintendo Switch, one which offers a good variety of levels and which can provide some enjoyable four-player sessions. It doesn't fully live up to what it could do, unfortunately, and after a not too great amount of time Oh My Godheads starts losing its appeal, also due to its short length.

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May 24, 2019

GIGA WRECKER Alt. is a fun and enjoyable metroidvania type of game that features a good amount of action, exploration and platforming, as well as decent level of puzzle challenges. It doesn't go all the way to become an instant classic and it's difficult for the game to rise above its peers but it does a competent job at providing a good experience.

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6 / 10 - The Low Road
May 23, 2019

The Low Road follows the footsteps of classic point and click adventures from two decades ago and does it with a marvelous looking art style and with a very good sound environment. Where The Low Road ends up falling short of expectations is when it comes to some aspects of its gameplay, which feels too cumbersome at times and overall, too limited to a textbook definition of point and click that was not brought into the contemporary age.

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7 / 10 - Cinders
May 22, 2019

Cinders is a good example of a visual novel on the Nintendo Switch based on a familiar tale, that of Cinderella, told through a more modern lens. While the game is rather short, its four endings act like good motivators to keep the players focused, especially with its quality writing and appealing visuals. Cinders would only benefit from longer storylines that would amount to a lengthier experience.

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5 / 10 - Coffee Crisis
May 20, 2019

Coffee Crisis on the Nintendo Switch is full of absurd and fun elements, with a plot that doesn't take itself too seriously and a memorable soundtrack that fits perfectly with the game's purpose. This would be perfect if the game could deliver on everything else with the same quality, and while Coffee Crisis certainly is enjoyable, its short length, difficulty problems and poorly roguelike elements mean that it falls short of breaking into the instant classic category, making this a mostly competent effort but which could have done so much more.

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Where this edition for the Nintendo Switch falls short, however, is on its lack of VR features that can be found on other versions of the same game, which make it feel like something is missing. If the most dedicated players will have plenty to look forward, those looking for a simpler experience might find the learning involved too cumbersome.

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Turok's remaster for the Nintendo Switch brings one of the first Nintendo 64 classics to the contemporary age and for a game that is over twenty years old, the work done here is competent and well executed and it improves on some key aspects that needed to be updated. While this does not intend to reinvent the game, this remaster can both appeal to fans of the original game and to those curious about the early days of console first-person shooters.

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