Monthly Archive: January 2020

Tiny Derby review for Nintendo Switch

Gentlemen, start your…squares and triangles.

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Step up to the plate for MLB The Show 20’s world gameplay reveal trailer

Get ready baseball fans, spring training is coming soon, and so is MLB The Show 20.

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PlayStation Store Update – EarthNight, Foxyland 2, Lumini, Shadow Legend VR

There’s definitely a small but solid selection of new digital PlayStation titles available on the PS Store this week. Check ’em out.

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We. The Revolution review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Phoenix Wright: French attorney.

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GreedFall review for Xbox One, PS4, PC

Surprisingly not awful.

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Terrorhythm review for Nintendo Switch, PC

Style over substance…but man, what style.

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Pine review for Nintendo Switch, PC

If you don’t expect too much from Pine, you might not be let down.

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The Sinking City review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Elementary, my dear Cthulu.

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Stadia to support more Android devices, 4k web streaming, 120+ new games in 2020

Because we were all kinda curious what Google was planning for their Stadia game streaming platform for this year…

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Check out what’s coming to Super Smash Bros. Ultimate soon

Nintendo revealed quite a few details for upcoming DLC and Fighters Pass Vol. 2, and more. Check out the new media and details.

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Nintendo eShop Update – Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE Encore, Seek Hearts, Lydia

There’s quite a few Switch digital titles this week, and even some new 3DS and Wii U games too.

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Submerged review for Nintendo Switch

No enemies, no combat, no danger, no fun?

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Check out the demon-demolishing new DOOM Eternal trailer

Whoa boy… even though DOOM Eternal suffered a bit of a delay, that little release date change looks to be paying off.

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PlayStation Store Update – Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot, Darwin Project, Red Bow

The PlayStation Store Update is back in full force this week, with more than a few new titles and quite a bit of variety all-around.

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Lost Ember review for PS4, Xbox One

Avoid this call of the wild.

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The Touryst review for Nintendo Switch

Clubbing in Ibiza and battling alien monsters.

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Pic-a-Pix Color 2 review for PS Vita, PS4

Pic-a-Pix 2 Color delivers more nonogram fun.

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