Persona 3 Portable Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on October 7th, 2023 by Natan C.

What happens to a game when it is remade? Does it become obsolete or does it keep some merit? That is a question that Persona 3 in particular had to face a couple of times. One year after its original launch on the PlayStation 2, Persona 3 FES released to expand on its foundations. In …

River City Girls 2 Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on October 7th, 2023 by Kirsten G.

Series like Mortal Kombat, Street Fighter, and Super Smash Brothers have dominated the fighting game scene over the last few years, yet there are still gems of this genre to be found outside of these massive franchises. River City Girls, released in 2019 as part of the River City franchise, was a moderate success. Two …

Life is Strange Arcadia Bay Collection Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on October 6th, 2023 by Kara M.

Life is Strange Arcadia Bay Collection for the Nintendo Switch gives two full versions of games from the franchise, Life is Strange and Life is Strange Before the Storm, that showcase Max and Chloe’s stories while allowing players a glimpse into the rest of the series. This is a great way for players new to the …

Rune Factory 3 Special Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on October 5th, 2023 by Kierra Lanier

The Switch has long since become a safe haven for farming games big and small. Among some of the more well known farming games is Rune Factory. The Rune Factory series has been on Nintendo systems since its creation in 2006 for the DS. And just three years later in 2009 was the release of …

Persona 4 Golden Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on August 12th, 2023 by Natan C.

When Joker joined the fight in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, Persona coming to the Nintendo Switch became inevitable.  When Persona 4 Golden broke the mold and got ported to Steam, the series’ multi-platform contract got sealed. At long last, the fabled Persona Switch ports were finally announced afterward, with Persona 4 Golden among them. Compared …

Mekorama Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on July 9th, 2023 by Dan H.

Sometimes it’s nice to just sit back and take a break. In the ever-expanding world of gaming, there’s a constant stream of titles that offer intense hours of competitive fun. Every now and then though, it’s refreshing to play a game that encourages slow and strategic thinking. That seems to be the idea behind a …

Kirby’s Return to Dream Land Deluxe Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on July 8th, 2023 by Natan C.

Kirby fans have been enjoying an all-out buffet in the Switch generation. From mainline games to free-to-play spin-offs, a large variety of games featuring our favorite pink fluff ball is available to play. Last year, he entered the third dimension for the first time in Kirby and The Forgotten Land. This year, Kirby returns to …

Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on July 6th, 2023 by Gervais D.

It first began with Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life back in 2003-2004. Years later, it evolved and introduced a female protagonist as Harvest Moon: Another Wonderful Life. Today, the Nintendo Switch has Story of Seasons: A Wonderful Life, allowing you to decide who you want to be, with a dash of some modern-day changes such …

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Review (Nintendo Switch)

Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII Reunion Cover
Published on July 4th, 2023 by Natan C.

Nintendo has had a rough relationship with third party publishers over the years, and few games are as emblematic of this as Final Fantasy VII. Square Soft left the big N for the PlayStation when their ambition grew more powerful than the Nintendo 64’s cartridges. Today, the situation has improved, but not entirely. While Cloud …

Potion Permit Review (Nintendo Switch)

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Published on June 23rd, 2023 by Kirsten G.

Over the last few decades, it’s become easier than ever for independent publishers to claim a slice of the gaming pie. Farming and social sims have seen a huge increase in market share especially, with many Nintendo Switch users in particular clamoring for more simple, comforting games. Potion Permit is a relatively new entry in …