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Tiny Metal: Full Metal Rumble Review (Switch)

Moving Out, Moving Up     Man, don’t you just love it when a developer doubles down on a sequel in order to ensure that it’s vastly superior to its original? I sure do. And, of course, by “sequel”, I mean Tiny Metal: Fully Metal Rumble. Don’t get me wrong, the…

Senran Kagura: Peach Ball Review (Switch)

Full Tilt Panic     The Senran Kagura series never seems to run out of surprises when it comes to side-games, does it? From cooking-based rhythm games to water gun tournaments, and, more recently, even massage simulators, Kenichiro Takaki’s ever-growing group of giggling, jiggling Shinobi-in-training have far outgrown being solely…
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Cadence of Hyrule: Crypt of the Necrodancer Review (Switch)

A groovy step forward for Nintendo. Before I begin, it’s only fair to admit I have no prior experience with Cadence of Hyrule‘s progenitor in 2015’s Crypt of the Necrodancer, let alone possessed any awareness prior to Cadence of Hyrule‘s March announcement. I chalk this up to my unfamiliarity with…

Warlocks 2: God Slayers Review (Switch)

Every Witch Way     Warlocks 2: God Slayers is the result of an attempt to create something unique, but not knowing entirely how to do it. When you look at it closely, there are a lot of things in this game. You’ve got some Metroidvania, a good dose…

Super Neptunia RPG Review (Switch)

Falling Just A Little Flat     I’m going to preface this review by making something clear. I like the Neptunia franchise. I’ve been a fan of the series for a good few years now which, while that amount of time might not break any records, puts me in a comfortable…

Vectronom Review (Switch)

Roy G. Beats     Vectronom is an interesting little number. A rhythm game in the truest sense of the term, nearly every little thing that you do in Vectronom all comes down to how well you can move to the beat. But, the game would be easy if…

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