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Star Sky review

When you look at video games, you often seem them being treated as violent or plain dumb fun to pass the time. But what people don’t see is that some developers also want to show something to the player. And rather then showing it off with hefty cutscenes, they want to offer an experience to […]

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Monster Puzzle review

Seeing puzzle or casual games arrive on the eShop usually spells two different results. It could either be a hidden gem, one that is just as intriguing as a Tetris or Chess, or it could be felt like an easy cashgrab that leaves your mouth sour after you played for twenty minutes. Monster Puzzle has […]

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Evil Defenders review

When you think of the Tower Defense genre you usually think of building structures or units to fend of the evil forces that want to destroy your land or civilization. You do not often see things in reverse and that is why Evil Defenders has a nice ring to it when you know that you […]

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Octogeddon review

Sometimes you look at games and you think “Man, they must be crazy making that into a game”. Yet more often then not, those crazy ideas do tend to sell and be very fun. Look at Plants vs. Zombies for example, a crazy man sells you seeds to create plants who shoot at incoming zombies. […]

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Shakedown: Hawaii review

A few years ago, both indie developer VBlank Entertainment and Brian Provinciano launched a succesfull Grand Theft Auto parody that struck gold with the players due to having fun !-bit style gameplay and a ton of 80’s references, exciting action and a great soundtrack. Now both developers return with a long awaited sequel set in […]

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Puyo Puyo Champions review

The Puyo Puyo franchise has long since been popular overseas in Japan, but it has never quite had a big following here in the West. That however changed quite a bit with the Puyo Puyo Tetris game that was released two years ago on the Switch. Puyo Puyo combined with Tetris helped to introduce this […]