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Dead or School

These days when a game arrives that promises a story about zombies, infected or any other kind of zombified enemies you could say “Oh, another one..” but sometimes developers can really be intuitive and show that, with a bit of effort, the game can be as fresh and fun in both gameplay and story. Redhead […]

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Mousecraft

Nintendo Switch already has an amazing aray of Switch games on the eShop for yound and old, hardcore gamer or casual fan. A lot of the games have the handheld option of the device in mind which is completely perfect, but not many games have games that work great with a touchscreen to. In comes […]

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Dandara: Trials of Fear

Having released over two years ago on Switch. Dandara has received a huge free update that makes it well worth rediscovering and being in the media once again. The game will also become physical this year thanks to the minds of Super Rare Games, making it a limited release. Dandara is a metroidvania title that […]

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LA-MULANA 1 & 2

La Mulana is a series of games where you will have to die constantly to be able to see the end of these two very very difficult titles. You play, in both games, an archaeologist man in the first and woman in the second. You could think of this as an Indiana Jones adventure gone very […]

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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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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 […]

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EarthNight

The endless-runner genre is one not often used on handhelds or consoles, with their popularity mainly resting on mobile platforms, we only seldom see a game releasing on one of the big three consoles. EarthNight is one of those games that is trying their hands on that possible game crowd and it’s quite a nice […]

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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 […]