Month: February 2021

Reviewed by Tristan Ogilvie on Xbox One. Also available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. “Little Nightmares 2 is every bit as black, bleak, and eerily beautiful as the original. It’s also just as brief, and although the reintroduction of the Six character as an AI-controlled co-op partner ultimately serves the story well, she’s
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Reviewed by Cam Shea on Nintendo Switch. “Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury packs a tonne of engaging gameplay, but neither component comes together as elegantly as it might have done. This is a solid option if you’re craving more Super Mario for your Switch, but it’s not the moustachioed must-play I was hoping
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Persona 5 Strikers reviewed by Tom Marks on PlayStation 5, also available on PlayStation 4, PC, and Nintendo Switch. This action spin-off from Dynasty Warriors developer Omega Force replaces Persona 5’s turn-based battles with a simple but consistently engaging real-time combat system, and its summer vacation story (while slimmed down) is a sequel nearly worthy
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Blue Fire provides and impeccable 3D platformer experience with the just right balance of abilities to master and challenges to test you, even when its pacing falters from its Zelda-like dungeons to rely on backtracking. Blue Fire reviewed by Brendan Graeber on PC. Also available on Nintendo Switch. #IGN #Gaming
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SUBSCRIBE for more gaming trivia ► http://bit.ly/DYKG_Subscribe More Mario Facts ►► http://bit.ly/2ceSVGE JonTron’s Dark Dungeons ► http://bit.ly/2cCh0Ie In this episode we take a look at some facts, secrets, and history of Super Mario World. Super Mario World (also subtitled Super Mario Bros. 4 in Japan) was developed and published by Nintendo as a launch title
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