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Skully

Once, there was a paradise island, ruled by four brothers. They were not mere sovereigns but divinities, who one day began to quarrel and attack each other, for no apparent reason. The worst was Terry, the weakest, stripped of his lands and forced to witness a conflict that is still jeopardizing the very existence of […]

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Catherine: Full Body

For the first time, Catherine arrives on a Nintendo console and in handheld form in European territories. Having had a re-release on the PS4 last year, it’s now time for an entire new audience to experience the weird, yet erotic story of Vincent and his girlfriends. In fact, a third girl is added to the […]

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Night Call

A mysterious serial killer walks the streets of Paris today. The number of bodies is increasing and the police are not about to catch the culprit. You are a taxi driver and a survivor of a killer attack. You have seven nights to help find the killer, if not … These next quarters will be far from ordinary […]

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Superliminal

Logical puzzles are one of those genres that continues to develop somewhere on the sidelines of the industry, breaking out from time to time to the general public. The Superliminal project from game designer Elbert Shea and Pillow Castle Games Studios offers a new take on the established genre, making a significant step forward since […]

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51 Worldwide Games

2020 is a year that many companies will not soon forget. Next-gen is coming, but at the same time publishers are paying a heavy toll due to the pandemic that is spreading around the world. Nintendo especially seems to have a hard time so far, with few announcements and issues with working from home. Nevertheless, […]

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Spirit of the North

Games where you play as animals aren’t really that easy to find. And when you find them, they can sometimes lack decent controls or just be plain boring to play through. In comes Infuse Studio with Spirit of the North, which is both charming and amazing to look at, well this is a game we […]

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Good Job

During Nintendo Directs, Nintendo sometimes dares to announce games and immediately offer them for sale via the eShop. This was no different during the Direct Mini at the end of March. The game seemed to slip through the cracks, but we took a closer look at Good Job. As the son of a famous CEO, […]

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Talisman Digital Edition

Games can be great fun in a party of friends, but so can board games. When you think of making a board game digital it might not always work out perfectly, but sometimes it actually does! Talisman Digital Edition was already available on platforms like Steam, and now it deservingly arrives on Nintendo Switch. Talisman […]

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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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7th Sector

With the delay of Cyberpunk 2077 many fans are going to have to wait an extra half year before delving into the new masterpiece of CD Projekt Red. But what if you didn’t have to wait to jump into an epic cyberpunk universe? One that was made by only one man named Носков Сергей. 7th […]