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Feb 26, 2020

Warhammer 40,000: Space Wolf sounds like something exciting. Unfortunately this adaptation for the Nintendo Switch ends up disappointing on nearly every front. Despite its original take on the card system and the wealth of Warhammer 40,000 lore, the game's weak performance, unbalanced combat, arbitrary tactical component and its obstacles to an enjoyable handheld experience make it something that doesn't deserve much attention within the console's catalogue.

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1 / 10 - Back in 1995
Feb 3, 2020

Back in 1995 on the Nintendo Switch may sound like a tempting promise for enthusiasts of retro-themed works but beware the promises of its name. The game bases itself on the 32-bit generation, which is unusual but not a bad decision per se. Unfortunately it doesn't get anything right and it fails to understand that what made games of that generation stand out was the amusing naiveté they employed to go around the technical limits of the time, whereas Back in 1995 is just a clumsy collage of elements that try to simulate a game from 25 years ago but which plays terribly and without any sense of enjoyment whatsoever.

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Apr 28, 2017

Beyond its completely shallow gameplay that offers no added value whatsoever, the game's audiovisual component looks more fitting in a system from twenty years ago, the HD rumble functionality is more of a nuisance than a feature and it really offers no plausible reason whatsoever to buy and play...unless it's to read its translations, so poor that they could be mistaken for comedy writing.

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While using easily recognizable characters from popular cartoon series can prove to be a successful formula, it's hard to see how that will benefit Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers. Its gameplay has virtually no points that stand out from an overall feeling of mediocrity and the lack of features of this title only make the selling price seem even more disproportionate for what is a game that offers no redeeming factors.

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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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2 / 10 - Ships
Jan 27, 2020

Ships on the Nintendo Switch proposes something that there's not a lot of in the console's catalogue. However, and while there could certainly be something to extract from a management simulator around naval vessels, Ships just isn't worth it. A dull, repetitive game with poor controls, slow gameplay and a featureless environment, Ships for the Nintendo Switch is a piece of software that's best kept at bay.

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Jan 23, 2020

Ultra Off-Road 2019: Alaska presents itself as a racing game that puts the player in courses with obstacles and meteorological conditions, the problem is none of this works as expected. Repetitive game mechanics, with very little to attract the players and with a poor and flawed audiovisual performance, Ultra Off-Road 2019: Alaska gives off the impression that this game should simply not be available on the Nintendo Switch eShop catalogue.

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Jan 22, 2020

Harvest Moon: Mad Dash on the Nintendo Switch might attract some attention on account of its affiliation with the very appreciated farming RPG series. That said, this puzzler spin-off (and therefore outside the main series) fails to make any good impression. Its challenges are empty, dull and uninteresting, the game's audiovisual environment is at a whole order below what the Switch can do and there's no moment whatsoever that genuinely stimulates the player (or players, given the multiplayer component).

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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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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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