Reviews

Game Review: Wargroove (Switch)

Game Review: Wargroove (Switch)

Advance Wars fans have been clamoring for a new entry in the series since Days of Ruin launched on the Nintendo DS in 2008. Still with no sequel in sight, the decade-long begging appears to have been largely snubbed by Nintendo. And with Fire Emblem’s increasing popularity *ehem waifus*, it’s no wonder Nintendo and Intelligent Systems have given the latter much attention. Now, to fill the fans’ longing, Chucklefish took one for the team, pitched-in ideas, and pieced them up together to create a perfect blend of a charming and well-polished turn-based strategy game – Wargroove.

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Game Review: Sleep Tight (Switch)

Game Review: Sleep Tight (Switch)

When we were children, we were always told to watch out for the monsters lurking under our bed. This idea of monsters hiding in our bedrooms waiting to attack us became the basis of the Disney Pixar movie ‘Monsters Inc’ and now, studio We Are Fuzzy have brought their own version of this concept to the Nintendo Switch.

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Game Review: Yooka-Laylee (Switch)

Game Review: Yooka-Laylee (Switch)

Yooka-Laylee is intended as a throwback to the Nintendo 64 collectathons of years gone by.  I didn’t play Banjo-Kazooie as a child so maybe I’m not quite the intended audience, but as a fan of the 3D platformer genre, I went into Yooka-Laylee with a cautious optimism. Maybe this game would surprise me!

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Game Review: Diablo III (Switch)

Game Review: Diablo III (Switch)

It can often be quite frustrating when developers continually port games from one console to another. But when that game is one of the most critically acclaimed games of all time, then we welcome it with open arms. Original released back in 2012 for Windows, Diablo III has made it onto numerous consoles and having sold over 30 million copies worldwide. It is something of a gaming classic and yet it is a franchise that has somehow passed this reviewer by.

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