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5 / 10 - SELF
Jan 18, 2020

SELF is an unusual experience. While at first it may seem like a visual novel, the game turns out to be something else...what that is, though, is not very clear. Its main asset is undoubtedly the soundtrack and a pair of headphones will certainly make wonders but its plot turns out to be passable, dull and easy to ignore, which goes against the nature of a candidate to be a visual novel. Overall, this is a game that doesn't stand out in neither a positive nor a negative way, and one which will be easily forgotten after finished.

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Jan 17, 2020

Garage Mechanic Simulator for the Nintendo Switch doesn't seem like the most ambitious game ever made but its gameplay experience delivers virtually nothing worthy of note. This car mechanic simulator didn't set a very high threshold but with a control system that feels everything but intuitive, an interface that gives no information whatsoever and almost nothing to stimulate the player, this is a work that does not deserve much of an opportunity.

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Drawngeon: Dungeons of Ink and Paper for the Nintendo Switch does pretty much what its title suggests: delivering dungeons that appear to have been ink-drawn on white paper. Beyond this welcome artistic choice, however, the game turns out to be a somewhat simplistic and repetitive work, whose gameplay experience requires some investment in order to get used to it.

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3 / 10 - Football Game
Jan 15, 2020

Those expecting sports action should turn away - this is a 1990s-style adventure game which at no moment engages the player in any kind of football whatsoever. That said, Football Game does not stand out as either a puzzle or an adventure game. With a dull, uninteresting plot and characters and puzzles which are way too simplistic, Football Game quickly loses its purpose and won't do much for those who will feel attracted by its graphics.

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4 / 10 - Desert Child
Jan 13, 2020

Desert Child for the Nintendo Switch intends to be a simple, unpretentious racing game. Unfortunately, other than a pleasant art style and references to Cowboy Bebop, the gameplay on offer doesn't stand out or add anything remarkable compared to the existing catalogue. A rather dull experience, without a significant degree of challenge and very much unexplored by its development, Desert Child does not amount to a recommended racing game for the Nintendo Switch.

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7 / 10 - StarBlox Inc.
Jan 12, 2020

StarBlox Inc. for the Nintendo Switch is what happens when a brawler and a puzzler intersect. Even if it's not the most gorgeous game ever made, this effort can provide some unmistakably fun hours, especially on multiplayer, as the puzzle-based combats advance and the variety of game modes allow for different variations of the experience.

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Jan 10, 2020

Clouds & Sheep 2 is not the most elaborate experience ever made but as far as simple, quick, low risk fun is concerned, it does something right. Poking and throwing sheep around and causing lightning can be strangely satisfying and players with children around might find a winning formula in this game, even if just for a brief time period.

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6 / 10 - Demon Pit
Jan 9, 2020

Demon Pit for the Nintendo Switch does a good job at being a simple, 1990s-based shooter. With its unpretentious but intense action moments, Demon Pit will strike a chord with those looking to relive simpler times. That said and given today's technology, the experience could only improve if this version allowed the use of motion-controls when it comes to aiming, the same goes for its default auto-aiming function, which cannot be switched off.

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Jan 8, 2020

If My Heart Had Wings for the Nintendo Switch knows very well what it's doing. With its emotional, enveloping story and characters, this visual novel excels at transmitting feelings and its art style and soundtrack certainly help with this. It would be even better if the game allowed for touchscreen controls but as it is, If My Heart Had Wings deserves its praise and distinction as one of the best visual novels for Nintendo's console.

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2 / 10 - Beast Quest
Jan 7, 2020

Beast Quest is an adventure game and one that is devoid of any impressive qualities that would justify its purchase. While not all games need to have groundbreaking visuals or tap into a rush of addictive behaviour in our brains, Beast Quest does not present any compelling arguments to give it a chance: it's shallow, repetitive, it has an empty plot, too many performance issues and to top it all off, its price tag is way too exaggerated. A few tweaks here and there could make it into something minimally entertaining but what's on display here should not be recommended to anyone.

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