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Jun 13, 2020

What the Golf? could be a misleading title...or maybe not - it does not suggest a serious golf simulation after all. This hilarious and creative game takes an entirely different approach to the sport of golf, to the point of throwing away nearly everything about the sport and turning it into an addictive game that is simple and can also get absolutely infernal at times. A game that deserves an enthusiastic welcoming to the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories took a long time to reach us - more than nine years, to be exact. That said, it's undeniable that this game features interesting characters, a degree of freedom that's worth the praise and multiple endings that will get players to return to it over and over again. Unfortunately its technical execution is very far from ideal and the heavy, clunky and unstable way it runs will definitely put many players off, which is a shame because Disaster Report 4 gets a lot of things right.

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5 / 10 - Knightin’+
Jun 11, 2020

Knightin'+ draws inspiration from adventure games of previous generations and presents a 100% dungeon action without an outside world to explore. If its visual environment does a good job, more variety on the dungeons' nature could help, as well as some outdoor exploration. As it is, Knightin'+ ends up too repetitive and short and without much to offer to fans of adventure games.

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Jun 10, 2020

Shantae and the Seven Sirens adds one more chapter to a very appreciated series and while the ambition to be the best game to carry the Shantae name is not a full success, this is a very appealing work that combines a marvelous presentation, good level design and a gameplay experience that will please veterans of the series as well as welcome any newcomers.

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Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling is something unusual, in the sense that it had a goal that it did not fulfill, but ends up doing a success on everything else. So while Big Fables is not a fitting tribute to Paper Mario, it still does almost everything right, especially when it comes to its plot, its combat system and the absolutely marvelous visual world. All in all, something that won't look bad in anyone's Nintendo Switch.

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7 / 10 - Liberated
Jun 8, 2020

Liberated on the Nintendo Switch assumes the form of an interactive comic book that uses a noir aesthetic and a very dystopian plot to put the player in the middle of a sombre, disquieting and genuinely frightening experience. Its technical issues and quick time events are the game's Achilles' Heel but the plot, visual outlook and accessibility, which even allows the player to treat it as if it was purely a comic book, make this a very interesting choice for Nintendo Switch owners.

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7 / 10 - Indivisible
Jun 7, 2020

Indivisible is what happens when a Metroidvania type of game is given RPG elements and it's a successful case at that. Thanks to its marvelous looking and sounding world, exploration mechanics and combat that help make up for the plot's poor pacing and fun humor, Indivisible is a worthy game to spend many hours with.

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Jun 4, 2020

Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee on the Nintendo Switch brings back this chapter in the Oddworld series and while the gameplay mechanics are solid and the Oddworld universe remains attractive, it's clear that there was not enough work in this conversion to make it appealing enough beyond fans of the original game, especially when it comes to its visual environment and to its frustrating controls.

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Road to Boruto is a game that arrives with a bit of a delay to the Nintendo Switch but that doesn't mean that it loses out on its main assets. If fans of the Naruto series and of the Ultimate Ninja Storm games in particular will appreciate the immersion in the Naruto world, newcomers will be nicely treated to a game of accessible learning that features an in-depth combat experience, a very wide cast of characters and an involving online component.

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This is a game filled with humor and which mixes characteristics of different genres which leads to a resulting fun experience that nevertheless, doesn't tick all the boxes to convince everyone. While the colourful visual environment, original ideas and overall humor make it a friendly game, its very short life and rather high price make it an experience that will not please everyone.

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