It was only a matter of time until Super Smash Bros. came to the Nintendo Switch, but I don’t think anyone expected what form it would take. Every single fighter from every past Smash title, […]

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In my opinion, great couch co-op brawlers have a low barrier to entry and facilitate rapid skill acquisition and an ever-changing meta game. Boomerang [...]

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Before playing the demo, I was kind of excited for KH3. Now, not even a gummi ship sequence can bring down my hype. The combat felt as [...]

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It feels like Rage 2 is shaping up much better than I previously thought it would, and far better than the first game. I do find it highly ironic that it's [...]

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The Wii U’s launch lineup wasn’t anything to write home about. Nintendoland was a glorified hardware showcase, and the only other notable first party software was New Super Mario Bros. U, which is one of […]

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Virtual reality games and I have a troubled relationship. Every time I play a VR title, there is confusion about why it’s not working, things get smashed, and one of us usually ends up feeling […]

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The Metro series is a niche experience in terms of what it has to offer. It doesn’t push the boundaries of innovation and new ideas, but it does provide a level of immersion and realism […]

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Demons. We all got ‘em, we all hate ‘em, and we all admire the people who have big swords and guns to obliterate them. Is it any wonder, then, that Devil May Cry captured the […]

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I don’t think The Division 2 has made quite the splash that Ubisoft had wanted it to. The first game was plagued with issues and failed to meet the expectations of many. While the title […]

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Ori and the Blind Forest was a game that blew me away when I originally played it. Taking inspiration from one of my all-time favourite genres, it should’ve been a no-brainer for me, but I […]

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