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Overcooked Switch: Review

Product Provided By Team17 Digital Limited Is this the cooking revival the genre needed, or is this just more of the same? When I first heard the news that Overcooked was making its way to the Switch, I was filled with joy. Not because such a beloved game was making its way to the system,

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Blue Estate (steam) Review

Blue Estate has a interesting control scheme and “fast paced” shooter and has a lot of humor pop up during the game! Blue Estate is a black-humoured and corrosive rail shooter, adapted from the critically acclaimed and Eisner Award nominated graphic novel, Blue Estate by Viktor Kalvachev! (description from steam) Story:  The story for Blue

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Isbarah (steam)

Description of Isbarah:  Isbarah is a cross-genre of bullet hell and plat former style, it’s a hardcore 2d game and each level is a duel boss fight. In Isbarah, you have the standard plat former game controls and bosses will fight like in bullet hell games. to survive, Gameplay: Isabarah is a plat forming 2d

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Moon Chronicles: Episode 1 Review

A few days ago, I bought Moon Chronicles. Moon Chronicles is a first-person shooter developed by Renegade Kid. It is for the Nintendo 3DS. It is a game that takes place in space. I have decided to review Moon Chronicles. Gameplay & Controls Moon Chronicles starts out easy, but then gets harder and harder (mostly

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Chat-A-Lot Review (3DS eShop)

Chat-A-Lot is kind of hard to explain. The idea behind it is to chat live with your 3DS friends, be it through text, drawing, or chat. I guess it was trying to tend to the unfortunate loss of the Swapnote/Nintendo Letter Box service. Available now in the Nintendo eShop, this app published by Teyon is available

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Ninja Battle Heroes Review (3DS eShop)

Title Screens. Aren't they a 'beaut?

Ninja Battle Heroes is your run-of-the-mill action adventure platformer, with a few small twists added. It was developed by Tom Create and is available on the Nintendo 3DS eShop for $2.99. Story The basic spiel of the story is that in a Feudal-Japanese city, a general and his team, know as the “Beast Brigade”, were kidnapped.

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