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Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey Review

In the end, if you enjoy quirky RPG’s, Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey should definitely be on your radar. The story is funny, the battle system is fun and engaging and just every part of the game is solid.

Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story + Bowser Jr's Journey Review

The Last Remnant Remastered Review

In the end (as you can probably tell), The Last Remnant isn't really my cup of tea. I just can't get into the story here and the gameplay isn't exciting enough to hold my interest. I blame the dull characters and the repetitive hands-off approach to the battle system.

The Last Remnant Remastered Review

House Party Review

Whether you fall into the target demographic for House Party can be determined by answering a couple of simple questions: 1) Are you a horny dude and 2) do you have a high tolerance for poorly made puzzle games with terrible writing, ugly graphics and more game-breaking bugs than a frat boy's kitchen? If the answer is yes, then do we have a game for you!

House Party Review

The Swords of Ditto Review

Did you ever notice that time limits placed on anything fun - a vacation, for instance - might make you savor the experience but they're also kind of a bummer? Likewise, not having enough time to prepare for something important can also be a drag. Although it's not the first game to impose a timer on the action, The Swords of Ditto begins with the premise that its hero has four in-game days to prepare for the big showdown with the boss, a witch named Mormo. It isn't much time.

The Swords of Ditto Review

The Alliance Alive Review

Playing The Alliance Alive is a lot like getting into a time machine and returning to 1997, as it feels a lot like an RPG from that era. For those younger than myself, I'm specifically referring to an era where JRPGs such as Final Fantasy 7, The Legend of Dragoon and Xenogears reigned supreme. If the graphics of The Alliance Alive were downgraded to polygons and shaders, then it would fit right in there. However, it also falls prey to many of the faults the games of the era had as well.

The Alliance Alive Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review

Wildly ambitious in everything it does, you’ve got to have the patience and willingness to put in the time to learn a myriad of untraditional gameplay systems and buy into the realism it wants to establish. Do so, and I think you’ll find this to be one of the most enriching experiences of the year.  

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Review

Golf Story Review

The fact it's not trying to be a sim makes it so approachable, and I have no problem suggesting this to people who don't even like golf. Technical issues notwithstanding, Golf Story is an unexpected and excellent addition to the Switch's eShop lineup.

Golf Story Review

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review

Taking place sometime after the events of The Stick of Truth, the children of South Park cast off their fantasy costumes and replace them with their superhero alter egos. Eric Cartman, aka The Coon, has aspirations of turning his superhero group, Coon and Friends, into a marketable Marvel Cinematic Universe-style franchise and finds opportunity in a posting for a lost cat.

South Park: The Fractured But Whole Review

Oafmatch

There’s an interesting idea in Oafmatch but the execution is poor. While the game tries to live and die by its main attraction, an RPG overlay to a match-three game, it doesn’t do so in a meaningful or fun way. Oafmatch is a game that could only be enjoyed by absolute fanatics of the match-three genre who have exhausted every other outlet.

Oafmatch