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Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 review

Bundling two of Nippon Ichi software’s tactical role-playing games, Prinny Presents NIS Classics Vol. 1 permits players to step in a starry-eyed past, before the ubiquity of season passes, massive day-one patches, and endless processions ...

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Pretty Girls Panic! review

Zoo Corporation’s Switch ports are typically accessible, fun, and delightfully inexpensive. Pretty Girls Panic! preserves that trend with a Qix-clone that replaces the abstract shapes with sea creatures and buxom cuties. Let’s dive in! Due ...

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King’s Bounty II review

The long-awaited sequel to 2008’s King’s Bounty: The Legend is here, propelling players into a ruthless realm where conspiracy and adversity are pervasive. Success means mastering the intricacies of combat, and woefully, undertaking an interminable ...

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Rogue Explorer review

Rogue Explorer is like a transparent analog watch, where delight comes from the seeing how all the miniature pieces and gears work together in unison. If you appreciate games that drip-feed a sense of discovery, ...

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Space Invaders Invincible Collection review

Space Invaders Invincible Collection mostly lives up to the title, offering ten of the franchise’s most prominent entries, along with some underappreciated Taito gems. 32 years later, it’s all too easy to overlook Tomohiro Nishikado’s ...

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Button City review

Cute animals, arcades, and a cheerful plot seems like the perfect recipe for lighthearted fun. But sadly, there’s little joy to be found in Button City. From a succession of tedious fetch quests to mini-games ...

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Fort Triumph review

The old adage states that if you’re going to steal, do it from the best. That’s the approach taken by Fort Triumph which borrows from both XCOM and Heroes of Might and Magic. While the ...

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Dungeon Defenders Awakened (Switch) review

Dungeon Defenders: Awakened offers a few quality-of-life improvements but follows the original game’s formula a bit too closely. Still, if you’re looking for a portable action/tower defense title, there’s satisfaction once you look past the game’s ...

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Dreamscaper review

Roguelikes often favor action over exposition. That’s not the case with Dreamscaper, which offers contemplative storytelling alongside absorbing skirmishes. Dreamscaper reminds us that some of the biggest challenges we face are internal, rather than external.  ...

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