Category Archive: Reviews

Videogame Reviews

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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Submerged review for Nintendo Switch

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

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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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Wattam review for PS4

If you ever looked a Katamari Damacy and thought, “Not weird enough!”, Wattam is the game for you.

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Shadows 2: Perfidia review for Nintendo Switch, PC

Are you afraid of the dark?

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Spirit of the North review for PS4

Somewhere inside Spirit of the North, there’s a very good game desperately trying to get out.

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Mary Skelter 2 review for Nintendo Switch

Mary Skelter 2 doesn’t stray from the formula of the original too much, but does that matter?

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Kine review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Kine may have its issues, but it’s still worth checking out.

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Mad Games Tycoon review for Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, PS4

Enh, it’s no Game Dev Story.

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Strike Force Kitty review for Nintendo Switch, PC

If you desperately want to pay money to play free Flash games, Strike Force Kitty is just for you.

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Knowledge Trainer: Trivia review for Nintendo Switch

About as barebones as they come.

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Shenmue III review for PS4, PC

Yu Suzuki presents the long awaited third installment in the Shenmue series.

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Foxyland review for PS4, PS Vita, Xbox One, Switch

A decent platformer with an easy Platinum.

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Eastville Chronicles: The Drama Queen Murder review for Nintendo Switch

Hidden object-by-numbers.

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