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Light Fall is Coming to Nintendo Switch

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 19 Sep 2017

Its starting to feel like we cant go a day with out a new Switch title! For a console that people say has no games, that’s pretty impressive. Of all types of games that have been coming to switch platformers…

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Cook, Serve, Delicious! 2!! is out now on Steam

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 15 Sep 2017

Sometimes you dont want to kill anyone, or smash down castles, or conquer worlds when you play video games. Sometimes you just want to cook.  Well Cook, Serve, Delicious tapped in to that need and the result was a wild…

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Lumo is Coming to Nintendo Switch

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 07 Sep 2017

It seems I cant go a single day with out writing about an awesome new adventure experience thats coming to the Switch. Nintendo is stuffing their catalog full of great indie titles to go along with their blockbuster hits. Lumo…

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Syberia 1 gets a launch trailer, to be released October 20th

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Nintendo Switch | 0 Comments | 06 Sep 2017

There are no shortage of fantastic adventure games on the Nintendo Switch right now. From Zelda to Oceanhorn, and it looks like we are about to get another, this time in the point and click flavor.  First released in 2002…

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Atari Releases World Premier Footage and Screenshots for Long-Awaited Arcade Shooter Revival Tempest 4000

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo | 0 Comments | 05 Sep 2017

Tempest is one of the greatest all time classic arcade games. Made by Atari in 1981, its vector based shooting action was at the time it was releases, revolutionary.  Now Atari is going to keep up their streak of making the…

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PAX West: Tiny Build hands on with Graveyard Keeper and Pathologic 2

by fionna Schweit | Consoles Nintendo PaxWest2017 PlayStation PlayStation 4 Switch XBOX | 0 Comments | 04 Sep 2017

One of my favorite appointments at any event is with Tiny Build games. A scrappy little publisher perhaps best known for publishing gems from eastern Europe to a wide American audiences. With hits like Speed Runners, and Party Hard, Tiny…

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Earth Atlantis is coming to Nintendo Switch this fall

by piratejit | News PaxWest2017 Switch | 0 Comments | 02 Sep 2017

Explore a post-apocalyptic underwater world with a breathtaking visual style Headup Games and Pixel Perfex announce Earth Atlantis, coming this fall. The new action-filled title for Nintendo Switch is set in a post-apocalyptic world where a climate shift has struck…

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The Storytelling is in the Music

by Guest Writer | Consoles Nintendo Opinion Other | 0 Comments | 27 Aug 2017

This is a guest post by Elliott who can be found @2PProject. editors note, listen to the songs after each paragraph while reading to best experience the story!  I don’t know about you guys, but I can’t drive anywhere without…

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Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series Returns August 22 with episode 3

by fionna Schweit | Consoles News Nintendo PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 XBOX | 0 Comments | 18 Aug 2017

Telltale has built one of the most unique markets in video games. Their adventure games cross the most popular franchises from all of pop culture. From Minecraft to Marvel, there is no question that Telltale makes the very best adventure…

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Thumper and Game Design – Simplicity is King.

by Owen Connolly | Meta Nintendo Opinion PC PlayStation PlayStation 4 Switch Uncategorized | 0 Comments | 18 Aug 2017

Listen to Miyamoto!   If there’s one thing that I admire in a developer, it’s a clear sense of direction. I feel like some of my biggest disappointments in gaming over recent years have been titles that shoot for the…

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