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Kingdom Two Crowns

Building games are becoming quite common on the Nintendo eShop, with farming games and city builders leading the charge. But not many games take things on a different route, like the series of Kingdom. Kingdom Two Crowns lets you create your entire kingdom from scratch, and this mainly in a side scrolling view. Kingdom Two […]

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Music Racer

Ah music, us humans can’t live without the sound of rhythmic tunes that inspire us, helps us relax and so on. You also see music come by in all forms of media and there are plenty of rhythm based games out therefor us to enjoy. Now there is also Music Racer, and you can already […]

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Heroland

Originally published in Japan, Heroland finally found its way West almost a year after release. Heroland had a modest amount of hype behind its original release because its collaborators included Mother 3 director Noboyuki Inoue, who wrote the story, and Mother 3 artist Nobuhiro Imagawa. Despite the legacy of the development team, expectations of the game should […]

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GoNNER

After a few years of being available on the Nintendo eShop and with many other rogue-like games having arrived we thought it would be good to finally get to review GoNNER from Art in Heart. You know titles like Dead Cells and The Binding of Isaac, but there are sure more rogue-likes out there that […]

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Mosaic

If you are among those who consider video games as an expressive medium with great potential, able to convey content, emotions and reflections through a new communication and storytelling system, then you may be very interested in this Mosaic review. Announced back in 2016, this is the new game of Krillbite Studio, creator of the horror […]

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Ember

Usually when we talk about RPG’s with huge open worlds, a good skill system and a deep branching story we think of the popular well known games like The Witcher or Divinity Original Sin. But often enough games release that have all of these aspects to offer and are very well made. Ember is one […]

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SpeedRunners

The competitve games have shown time and time again that they can be some of the most intense, fun and most of all addictive games out there. SpeedRunners has been in a long early access state before the developers finally decided that the game was’ready’. And after being out for a few years now on […]