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Two Point Hospital

Simulation games are slowly starting to come over to the Switch in all sizes and forms. And Although we still have to receive the behemoth that is ‘The Sims’, we already have plenty of superb sim games for us to enjoy long and happy game sessions with. One new game that has just arrived is […]

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Ibb & Obb

Ever since the Switch launched with its left and right joy cons Nintendo made it perfectly clear that it was a machine made for multiplayer games. Since then plenty have launched on the eShop, yet not that many have been truly great and a must-buy. Now that may change with a game that has been […]

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Bucket Knight

The eShop is an incredible platform for indies to showcase their games on. Some are even better, last longer and are more fun then the AAA games that bigger publishers tend to release. However an indie game with a lower budget can also be on the short side. And Bucket Knight is one of those […]

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Warriors Orochi 4 Ultimate

Eighteen months ago, Koei Tecmo released the 4th offspring of the Warriors Orochi series in the West. Many fans can already imagine how this game plays and it is therefore not surprising that just like its predecessors, this game will also have an extra game in the form of an Ultimate edition, but how ultimate […]

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Metro Redux

Whenever a graphically impressive game is ported for the Switch, we keep on being impressed that it is actually possible. With games such as The Witcher 3, Doom and Doom Eternal, Mortal Kombat and so on, it turns out that the Nintendo Switch can handle more and more than what we originally hoped for. However, […]

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King Lucas

Randomly generated games have been popular for quite some time due to them being ideal to play over and over again. Some of the best and most addicting games of the last year had this principle and seeing a new game release with this in mind always gets atleast some attention. Yet it is even […]

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Goblin Sword

Releasing a game these days can be extremely complex. How will your game stand out from the rest? What will the story be about? How can you easily target the highest demographic? Sometimes you just have to try and not stress to much around all of these questions and that’s the exact thing Goblin Sword […]