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Catherine Full Body (Switch) review

Catherine heads to the Switch with a proficient port that captures all the romantic tension, surreal puzzling, and competitive climbing of the PlayStation 4 iteration. Since the Vita version never got localized here, this marks ...

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Biped review

Even if online play gets added, like the developer have pledged, Biped is best enjoyed by local partners. Those seeking a solitary experience can find a myriad of better puzzle-based platformers. After flailing through Octodad: ...

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Mr. Driller DrillLand review

Mr. Driller DrillLand furnishes the 2002 Gamecube title with faultless high-definition makeover. It’s arguably the energetic excavator’s best outing, with a multitude of intriguing modes that ensure longevity. Susumu Hori hasn’t had the easiest life. ...

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Evan’s Remains review

Give the affordably priced Evan’s Remains about three hours of your time and you’ll find a succession of pretty good puzzle. You’ll find a worthwhile plotline that asks just a few more questions then and ...

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La-Mulana 1 & 2 review

Tougher than a Four Dollar Steak ‘Trial and error’ based gameplay isn’t for everyone. For some, approaching a puzzle and attempting new techniques until a solution is found can be frustrating. If you’re the type ...

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Incredible Mandy review

Putting the word “Incredible” in the title of your game kindles lofty expectations. With the release of Incredible Mandy for the Nintendo Switch, Tianjin-based Dotoyou Games almost makes good on that pledge, at least during ...

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Button Button Up! review

From Rayman Legends, Sonic Mania, Super Mario Odyssey, to New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe, the Switch has quite a few top-tier platformers. As such, the emergence of Button Button Up! on the platform is ...

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AI: The Somnium Files review

Kotaro Uchikoshi’s games are often an indispensable reminder of the possibility of interactive fiction. In the hands of another developer, the Zero Escape series might have little more than an nondescript fusion of conversational sequences ...

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Catherine: Full Body review

Despite obsessions with hyperbolic violence and titillation often rooted in a teenaged sensibility, there are signs of maturation in gaming. Faced with refreshingly pensive objectives, Catherine: Full Body challenges participants to prevail against the type ...

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