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Unscored - Dreams
May 18, 2020

I can definitely see Dreams having a long lifetime, especially if a PS5 version is swiftly released after the new console. Being able to dive in and try out what’s new and exciting in Dream Surfing is always great, as is slowly building up your skills in Dream Shaping. I don’t think I’ll ever to able to create a masterpiece of my own, but I admire Dreams greatly for empowering those people who can.

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Unscored - Jet Lancer
Jun 1, 2020

Bobbing and weaving through hails of gunfire, frantically trying to intercept bombs, taking down any enemies you can wherever you can all the while: Jet Lancer is at its best in these moments. For as tough as it can be sometimes (though thankfully it does include a nice suite of difficulty and accessibility modifiers you can activate at any time), when it all comes together, it’s sublime.

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Jun 3, 2020

Although the most significant changes to Mortal Kombat 11 come from an update that doesn’t require you to put down more money for an expansion, Aftermath still manages to be a worthwhile addition for its story mode and Shang Tsung’s exceedingly fun performance alone.

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Unscored - Maneater
Jun 4, 2020

Gameplay issues aside, I had fun playing Maneater. It’s hard to determine whether or not I’d be this positive about the game if the circumstances were different, but there’s no denying that it does what it aims to do satisfyingly enough, and that it came around in a very opportune moment where I appreciated turning my attention away from the outside world, at least for a bit.

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Jun 10, 2020

For as easy and positively safe of a bet Shantae and the Seven Sirens might be, it’s an gorgeously well put together platformer that’s a lot of fun to play that comes from a developer that’s become proficient at putting out heavily nostalgic and polished games.

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Unscored - Neversong
Jun 15, 2020

Neversong doesn’t do anything incredibly different from games before it, but everything it does do it pulls off excellently.

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Jun 16, 2020

If you’ve been put off from trying a JRPG fearing they are a complex timesink, Ys: Memories of Celceta is a fantastic place to dispel those aspersions. It gives you an experience that feels meaningful and worthwhile.

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Unscored - Desperados III
Jun 17, 2020

Ever since seeing the game for the first time at last year’s E3, I was hopeful that it would turn out well due to the people who were handling it and how much I’ve enjoyed playing their previous game, but my expectations were surpassed by the sheer quality of the end product that I got to enjoy over the course of a week reviewing it. Desperados III is one of my — if not the absolute — favorite games that’s come out in 2020.

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Unscored - Samurai Shodown
Jun 18, 2020

It’s always exciting to get the chance to play a game you truly enjoy after an extended time away from it and see that it remains just as good as you remember it.

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Unscored - The Outer Worlds
Jun 19, 2020

Even on a limited console such as the Switch, the scope of The Outer Worlds isn’t lost.

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Unscored - West of Dead
Jun 22, 2020

For as trite as the roguelike genre might be at this point, West of Dead tries its best to take a different approach, whether it’s through its incredibly stylish presentation, or the way that it injects dual-stick shooting into the mix.

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For anyone feeling nostalgic for Spongbob and crew, there’s plenty to enjoy in Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated.

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Unscored - Summer in Mara
Jun 25, 2020

I really wanted to like Summer in Mara for what it attempts to do, but having played it enough to find out how it goes about trying to deliver a relaxing time, it ended up doing the exact opposite.

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Unscored - House Flipper
Jun 26, 2020

There’s no drought in the Switch eShop for weird games, and House Flipper certainly fits the bill of being something different to partake in if you ever get tired of trying to burst out of the grim reality of everyday life.

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Unscored - Colt Canyon
Jun 29, 2020

You can toss a rock into the eShop nowadays and are likely to hit a roguelike in the head, so having one that feels as good and worthwhile to play as Colt Canyon is something to behold.

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Unscored - Outbuddies DX
Jul 2, 2020

I had hoped that Outbuddies DX would be another great addition with a unique spin to the ridiculous overflow of games in this style, but it’s nothing of the sort.

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Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories is clunky, broken and buggy. The framerate regularly struggles to stay in the high 20s. It’s ugly, with small, bland environments and some occasionally finicky controls. And yet despite all this, Disaster Report 4 is remarkably engaging, using a variety of small scale stories and encounters put together against the backdrop of a cataclysmic earthquake. Disaster Report 4 might be technically lacking in a lot of areas, but it is stuffed full of heart.

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Jul 7, 2020

If you are looking for the most realistic driving experience on a console and can feel gasoline running through your veins, this game was made for you. But if the sheer amount of options and the level of seriousness of Assetto Corsa Competizione scares you, steer clear of it.

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Jul 9, 2020

For what it has going there’s fun times to be had fighting your way through Elden: Path of the Forgotten.

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Jul 10, 2020

This game is far from being the deepest nor most intense puzzler you’ll ever play, but it works very well with what it’s got and has enough variety to keep you guessing, not to mention a very rewarding challenge curve that will have you coming back for more in order to beat levels with the least amount of moves or without taking a hit, for instance, or to collect all the challenge orbs used to unlock extra stages. If you’re in the market for more quality puzzle games to add to your Switch library, you can’t go wrong with Keen: One Girl Army.

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