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Apr
21
2017

Snipperclips – Cut it out, together! Review

Snipperclips – Cut it out, together! from SFB Games is an unparalleled delight in both frustration and fun. The frustration element is at a minimum and only comes from the game requiring communication and coordination that can lead to it. The fun is finally getting everything aligned to move on to the next level. The music is a joy to listen to, and Snipperclips will be a great party game to introduce your friends and family to the Switch, even though it doesn’t use all of the features of it very well.

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Apr
17
2017

FAST RMX Review

Fast RMX serves as a remix and expanded version of Fast Racing NEO that only appeared on the Wii U. It is also a follow-up to Fast Racing League before that on the Wii. What this means, is that Fast RMX is the best version of the game to date where it looks and plays great no matter how you like to do so; whether it be in tabletop mode, handheld mode, or using your joycon grip while the console is docked.

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Apr
14
2017
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13
2017

Nintendo Switch console launches on March 3rd for $299.99

Nintendo announced today that the new Nintendo Switch system will launch worldwide on March 3, 2017 at a suggested retail price of $299.99 in the United States.

Dec
28
2016

Kirby: Planet Robobot Review

For better or worse, very little has changed with Kirby. He’s a fluffy pink sphere that inhales nearly everything with extreme prejudice. But that paints a darker image than what you know about Kirby. He’s a do-gooder, out to right the wrongs that he comes across. Kirby: Planet Robobot continues that trend for Kirby, and does so in just enough and exciting ways that make this adventure new and perhaps a bit too easy for older players, but is enjoyable all the same.

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Dec
14
2016

Super Mario Maker for 3DS‎ Review

After a year, Super Mario Maker makes its way to the small screen of your Nintendo 3DS. This is a portable version of Super Mario Maker that you’ve always wanted, but it isn’t as powerful as its larger console brother. And getting the game onto handhelds required a lot of concessions to be made, and not all of them made sense. However, Super Mario Maker for 3DS manages to still be engaging, rewarding, and a lot of fun to play – in isolation.

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18
2016
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2016