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1924 games reviewed
69.7 average score
70 median score
59.8% of games recommended

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May 28, 2021

Despite a fun premise overall, SpongeBob: Krusty Cook-Off is tough to recommend. Apart from its high price tag, it also lacks the touchscreen controls that made the original so fun. It’s missing some of the heart of the series, which could have been addressed with some simple audio cues. I actually enjoyed my time with this game, but it would be a better purchase if picked up on sale. A big sale.

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Unscored - Duck Souls+
Apr 20, 2020

Duck Souls+ is simple, but it excels at what it does. It’s inexpensive and adorable. There are few key ingredients that it takes to make a good platformer and Duck Souls+ has them all.

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Dec 18, 2018

Overall, Everspace: Stellar Edition is a fantastic addition to any Switch library.

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Unscored - Fernz Gate
Sep 24, 2018

Fernz Gate is a fun RPG. While there's a lot to learn with the mechanics, I think this is a game anyone can pick, play, and enjoy.

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Unscored - InkSplosion
Jun 6, 2018

Overall, InkSplosion is disappointing.

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Unscored - Clustertruck
Apr 2, 2018

Overall, Clustertruck is a fun, addictive game with plenty of content. It's also quite challenging and, although it won't suit everyone, there's enough to keep interested players busy.

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Unscored - Undertale
Sep 30, 2018

I've purchased this game on every console I own, and happily purchased it again. No sour grapes here either, never has this game felt more at home than when playing on a Joy-Con.

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Unscored - Chasm
Oct 12, 2018

With a lot of similarly styled games on the market right now, the vastness and the creativity of Chasm makes for a really fun take on a popular theme.

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Sep 13, 2018

The story is fantastically tropey when it comes to the post-apocalyptic genre, which is admittedly getting a bit over-saturated in the contemporary pop culture market. But it is still a lot of fun and the thirty year anniversary of the inspiration behind it is definitely worth celebrating.

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Apr 22, 2021

I find Gallic Wars: Battle Simulator more of a proof of concept than an actual game. There are so many far superior options in the tactics category that this game is even a waste of time for beginners.

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1 / 10.0 - Help Me Doctor
Feb 29, 2020

Help Me Doctor is a simulation game that's made with broken dialogue, sprinkled with glitches, and only a pinch of gameplay. Save the $8 and find a different medical simulator.

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Jan 16, 2020

Crazy Zen Mini Golf serves up a triple bogey, with an awful camera and game-breaking glitches among its worst offenses.

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Sep 29, 2019

This action game is aptly named, as it is indeed a mess.

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Aug 8, 2019

Garage Mechanic Simulator takes an uneventful premise and wraps it in an aesthetically uninteresting package with an embarrassing user interface. When it comes to fundamentals, console polish, and stand out features, this game is out of gas. It's so boring, I'm taking my business to another garage.

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Aug 2, 2019

Redneck Skeet Shooting blunders on such a fundamental level that, I'm surprised it even reached the eShop from mobile without more adjustments. A game with such low quality simply doesn't belong on the Nintendo Switch. Dull as dishwater, Redneck Skeet Shooting is, sadly, simply horrible.

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Dec 31, 2020

I said at the begging of the review I didn't have high expectations, it's a shame the game proved less fun than I expected. Unfortunately, I did not get very much entertainment out of it at all. It felt more like an educational game for young kids trying to put things in the right order. Sadly, even those can be more fun. However, fans of the YouTube channel may get some entertainment out of the game, but I cannot justify the $4.99 price tag for anyone. Fans should probably stick to the YouTube channel.

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2 / 10.0 - Art Sqool
Dec 28, 2020

Art Sqool fails as both an "art school simulator" and a video game. There's nothing educational here, and its gameplay is the equivalent of scribbles I might've drawn as a toddler.

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2 / 10.0 - WeakWood Throne
Oct 9, 2020

WeakWood Throne looks charming from the outside, but it still needs a lot of work in terms of feeling like a completed game.

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2 / 10.0 - Make War
May 15, 2020

Overall, Make War is far from strategy and more simulation as you seemingly try to make the battle the best it can be.

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2 / 10.0 - Pooplers
Mar 30, 2020

My time spent with Pooplers was disappointing as it wasn't fun. I thought to myself several times when playing, "Who thought this was a good idea?" and "People are expected to play this and enjoy it?" I would not suggest this game to be played at your next gaming party or at all.

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