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[Review] Thinking Like a Snake with Snake Pass


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Developer: Sumo Digital

Publisher: Sumo Digital

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Action, Adventure, Platformer & Arcade

Release Date: 28th of March, 2017

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[Review] Old but Not Past It! The Has-Been Heroes are Ready for Battle


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Developer: Frozenbyte

Publisher: GameTrust

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Strategy, Adventure, RPG & Arcade

Release Date: 28th of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] Old but Not Past It! The Has-Been Heroes are Ready for Battle

[Review] Blaster Master Zero? More Like Blaster Master Hero!


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Developer: Inti Creates

Publisher: Inti Creates

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Action & Adventure

Release Date: 9th of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] Blaster Master Zero? More Like Blaster Master Hero!

[Review] Putting the Worker Bees to Work with Human Resource Machine


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Developer: Tomorrow Corporation

Publisher: Tomorrow Corporation

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Puzzles, Education, Simulation & Strategy

Release Date: 16th of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] Putting the Worker Bees to Work with Human Resource Machine

[Review] “X” Marks the Spot with Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove


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Developer: Yacht Club Games

Publisher: Yacht Club Games

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Action, Adventure & Platformer

Release Date: 3rd of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] “X” Marks the Spot with Shovel Knight: Treasure Trove

[Review] A Tale of Woe and the Birth of Specter Knight (Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment)


 

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Developer: Yacht Club Games

Publisher: Yacht Club Games

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop)

Category: Action, Adventure & Platformer

Release Date: 3rd of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] A Tale of Woe and the Birth of Specter Knight (Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment)

[Review] The Wonderful World of Goo


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Developer: 2D Boy

Publisher: Tomorrow Corporation

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop only)

Category: Puzzles, Strategy, Simulation & Lifestyle

Release Date: 16th of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] The Wonderful World of Goo

[Review] Burning Down the House with Little Inferno


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Developer: Tomorrow Corporation

Publisher: Tomorrow Corporation

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop only)

Category: Puzzles, Simulation & Lifestyle

Release Date: 16th of March, 2017 Continue reading [Review] Burning Down the House with Little Inferno

[Review] Hitting all the Right Notes with VOEZ


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Developer: Rayark Games

Publisher: Flyhigh Works

Platform: Nintendo Switch (eShop only)

Category: Music

Release Date: 9th of March, 2017
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[Review] Putting the FAST in FAST RMX


Hi there, I’m Jack Longman, the Editor-in-Chief of Miketendo64 and armed with a Nintendo Switch to call my own, Miketendo64 is now putting out Nintendo Switch related reviews to match all our other Switch content! Having already reviewed The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it’s time to review another of the Switch’s launch titles! Join me as I review FAST RMX! Continue reading [Review] Putting the FAST in FAST RMX

[Review] Diving Head First Into Adventure (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)


Hi there, I’m Jack Longman, the Editor-in-Chief of Miketendo64 and armed with a Nintendo Switch to call my own, Miketendo64 is now putting out Nintendo Switch related reviews to match all our other Switch content! Having already reviewed the console itself, in today’s piece we’ll be reviewing one of the Switch’s launch titles, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild!

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[Review] Satisfying the Itch with Nintendo Switch


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Saturu Iwata, may he rest in peace, had a dream and that dream was the Nintendo Switch. A console that could offer the home console experience, but can be played anywhere, at any time, with anyone, for any reason and that dream has become a reality! A reality that is in the hands of many of our readers and gamers across the globe, but with many without the console, wondering if it is any good and lives up to the hype, then this review is for you. Continue reading [Review] Satisfying the Itch with Nintendo Switch

Plantera (The BiteSize Jacktendo Review)


My name is Jack Longman and this is The BiteSize Jacketendo Review. Whereas The Jacktendo Review is my very own two-in-one game review that caters to all kind of readers as it consists of both a fast and a short review and a slow and long one, the BiteSize version skips the lengthy review. Instead it is a singular, smaller review that wastes no time in getting to the point and undergoing The BiteSize Jacktendo Review today, is the newly Nintendo ported Plantera for both Wii U and 3DS.

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Welcome to Alola: A Pokémon Sun & Moon Review


No Jacktendo Review this time around, just a singular lengthy review on Pokémon Sun & Moon, penned by yours truly, a born again Pokémon fan and the Editor-in-Chief of Miketendo64. Continue reading Welcome to Alola: A Pokémon Sun & Moon Review

Pirate POP Plus Review (Wii U & 3DS)


For modern gaming, this is probably as “retro” as it can get. Combining modern graphics with past gameplay mechanics, Dadako have created something genuinely unique for this day and age and that creation is none other than Pirate Pop Plus. The rules are simple,  move your character around the screen and pop the bubbles, the more bubbles you pop, the more points you score. More points can net you more coins, coins which you can use to buy extra characters, background music and accessories to customize your display including Faceplates. Borders, Buttons, Faceplates and Game Screen Colours. It is an easy game to get to grips with but trying to get a great high score can prove more challenging than it looks as the longer you play, the more difficult it becomes to manage bursting and avoiding the bubbles on the screen.

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