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7 / 10.0 - Black Legend
Apr 21, 2021

With its 17th Century setting, large 17th Century-era class selection, and an alchemy-based combat system, Black Legend stands apart from other turn-based RPGs. It looks and plays distinctly different enough from other games in its genre on the Switch to merit some attention. Its steep learning curve and the long battles, however, might turn away those with little patience.

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Immortals: Fenyx Rising - Myths of the Eastern Realm marks the return of the game back to the more open-world adventuring as opposed to the instanced puzzle-solving of A New God. However, the DLC does not manage to differentiate itself enough to stand tall. While visually stunning and delving into the rarely touched Chinese mythology, Myths of the Eastern Realm, the expansion feels much more subdued and even a bit unsure at times, especially when it comes to humor.

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Apr 19, 2021

Overall, 3 out of 10 Season Two, is a fun-filled title with mini-games to keep you busy in between story scenes that are full of laughs from beginning to end. Finding out what is going to happen to this company as they work on their game is what pushes everything forward. How will it end? This game is free on the Epic Store now so go play it and have a great time with it.

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Apr 19, 2021

At it's core ARIDA is a narrative experience and if you keep that mind going in I fail to see how you won't find enjoyment in this short, but sweet, indie game.

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A fantastic follow up to The Darkside Detective. A Fumble in the Dark is even more of the same irreverent action and spooktacular silliness from the best beat cops in Twin Lakes PD

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Apr 15, 2021

DARQ Complete Edition for the Nintendo Switch is a joy to play if you like creative, physics-based puzzlers with a touch of platforming. The "wow factor" from this one is an exhilarating reactive emotion for many of these unique, dimension bending solutions. If you like low-key puzzle games, with a dark Tim Burton presentation-quality, all at an affordable price then place this on your "must buy" list!

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Apr 14, 2021

I would have liked to have seen multiple options available Endzone: A World Apart. The ability to have friends play and help as a neighboring town or even be an enemy would have added something a bit more and allowed me to share the experience with my fellow gamers. Whether you are a fan of the genre or just get intrigued by simulators, this title has a bit of everything from experimenting with layout setups and gives players the chance to see how well they would do given the same situation.

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6.5 / 10.0 - REFICUL 666
Apr 7, 2021

Reficul 666 is a dark, pressured, and – honestly – scary game. It is also a short jaunt through an apocalyptic neighborhood. That said, there comes a point where the darkness is so deep that it obscures a game's merits. Indeed, this indy horror game misses out on its best feature, its world building, in favor of increased spookiness.

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8 / 10.0 - Trials of Fire
Apr 7, 2021

A really lovely twist on sandbox RPGs that draws inspiration from choose your own adventure novels right through to Slay the Spire. Definitely for those itching to get off the dice and make your own luck.

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8.5 / 10.0 - R.B.I. Baseball 21
Mar 31, 2021

Overall, R.B.I. Baseball 21 is a great game to play solo or with other people, even younger children. It is an easy-to-learn title that brings you real-world rosters so that you can play with the people you love from your chosen team.

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