First released for the Wii U in 2015, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker is a fantastic little spin-off game from the much-loved Super Mario 3D World. It’s a challenging but charming puzzle-platformer where players must guide Captain Toad and his adventure buddy Toadette through chapters of […]

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LEGO The Incredibles

With over twenty titles across all sorts of home and portable consoles over the last fourteen years, it’s fair to say Travellers Tales has got the LEGO formula pretty much down by now. You don’t exactly go into one of these games expecting groundbreaking innovation […]

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The Lost Child

Ever since playing the first Pokémon as a young child, I’ve always enjoyed monster-capture games. The thrill of finding something missing from your collection, the tactics of switching out members of your team for advantage in battle, even the long grinding sessions that follow a […]

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Mario Tennis Aces

I always enjoy the Mario sports games. I’d play Super Mario Strikers over FIFA any day and can’t imagine ever playing a PGA Tour game when Mario Golf exists. These games don’t just consider “What is tennis like?” and attempt to represent their answer, they […]

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Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition

Ever since it launched, Nintendo has been bringing some genuine class A content to their new console portable darling, the Switch. When blockbusters like Mario Odyssey and Breath of the Wild aren’t kicking down your door demanding you play them, there has been a steady […]

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Runner3

Runner3 is a rhythm-based platformer that fits into Bit.Trip series and continues the adventures of CommanderVideo. Overall, the game is very similar to the previous entry, with CommanderVideo and friends once again running happily through a decorative set of obstacle courses to the melody of […]

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I’ll always jump at any opportunity to play a Shin Megami Tensei (SMT) game I haven’t yet tried yet for the challenging gameplay and unique storylines they consistently offer. The original DS release of SMT Strange Journey came out before I discovered the joys of […]

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As someone who never owned a Wii U, I applaud Nintendo’s strategy of re-releasing their first-party back catalogue on the Switch. The quality of the ports to date has mostly been excellent, and while some of these titles have included additional content and others have […]

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Kirby Star Allies

My first Kirby experience was Kirby’s Pinball Land on Gameboy back in the mid-90s, and as I only ever had three games for that system, it got played a tonne. I didn’t necessarily enjoy it enough to want the other titles as they came out, […]

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Attack on Titan 2

In theory, an Attack on Titan game sounds like a great idea. The exhilarating speed of hunting 50-foot tall titans is unquestionably excellent in theory, and when the first game, Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom, released in 2016, it presented a flawed formula that […]

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