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Apr 1, 2020

Animal Crossing: New Horizons marks the return of the much appreciated series to a Nintendo home console and this new episode is an achievement in every way. With its familiar formula but adding some new mechanics, New Horizons features a fantastic sense of progression, a lot of generosity in its rewards and puts the player in a wonderful environment, all these being major pillars of creating a marvelous experience where we most expect it.

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7 / 10 - Red Bow
Mar 31, 2020

Red Bow bears the visual hallmarks of a 16-bit era RPG but once that impression gives places to a more involving experience, something else becomes clear: Red Bow is a horror game, and does a good job at demonstrating that a horror game does not need a realistic looking world. While a short experience, Red Bow has enough reasons to mire players in with its simple gameplay, plot and replay value. Perhaps it can also raise the banner for simple-looking horror games.

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Mar 30, 2020

Ritual: Crown of Horns proposes a mix of frantic, demanding action with a loony plot and a decent gameplay mechanic. While the game's visual environment could be more appealing to the eye, there is enough action here to satisfy fans of twin stick shoot'em ups. The game won't make inroads beyond that audience, though - its exaggerated difficulty level and somewhat repetitive nature will put off those who don't tend to gravitate towards such games.

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7 / 10 - Super Crush KO
Mar 28, 2020

Super Crush KO goes all in when it comes to its frantic and action-packed combat, which coupled with its bright and intense colours make this a visibly intense and fun experience. It never goes very much in-depth, though, and with repetitive bosses and the lack of extra content the game ends up feeling rather limited but it's undeniably a very fun effort for anyone who enjoys fun and explosive action.

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Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk DX begins another trilogy of the Atelier series to the Nintendo Switch and this improved version definitely features a good plot and a very developed game world. Alas, it's also afflicted by some performance issues which should have been solved by now and its last moments fail to captivate but the return of Atelier's Dusk trilogy is off to a good start on the Switch.

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9 / 10 - Blasphemous
Mar 26, 2020

Blasphemous on the Nintendo Switch stands out right away with its fantastic pixel art depicting a desolate and inhospitable scenario. But there's a lot more to Blasphemous than its marvelous visual environment, the game has an amazing combat mechanic and its Metroidvania design coupled with platforms provides a world that is well worthy to explore, even after the game's main quest is completed.

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Under Night In-Birth: EXE Lat [cl-r] doesn't roll off easily but it doesn't mean this is not a wonderful fighting game. Thanks to its array of characters, a fine-tuned combo system (which admittedly can get frustrating at moments) and an eye-popping audiovisual world, this is an experience that easily amounts to the definitive version of this game and which will quickly become a favourite within the competitive fighting game communities.

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2 / 10 - Dezatopia
Mar 24, 2020

Dezatopia on the Nintendo Switch looks simple, really very simple. That may not be a sin per se, as it's the gameplay and performance that really harm this work. While there is a lot of frantic action going around, the game performs too poorly for anyone to enjoy it and its control system is peculiar enough to make it difficult to get used to. All in all, Dezatopia simply doesn't rise up to the minimum expected standards of a sidescrolling shoot'em up.

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Mar 23, 2020

Shadows 2: Perfidia has ambitions when it comes to immersing the player in a scary environment but they only turn out to fulfill half of the game's goals: the sound is definitely on the right track, but its visual environment does more harm than good. The overall gameplay mechanics are nothing to write home about either, but its use of a sanity meter hits the right spot. Anyone looking for a groundbreaking work won't be impressed but players interested in a good soundscape and tempted by the use of a sanity mechanic will enjoy some time around Shadows 2: Perfidia.

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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Tactics brings to the Nintendo Switch a turn-based strategy game based on the Netflix series and Jim Henson's classic puppet movie and while this game relies more on CGI than on puppets, the spirit of both the series and the movie is undeniable, thanks to the way the game immerses its players and provides a welcoming environment for fans and for those just discovering the world of The Dark Crystal universe.

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