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Our Hopes and Expectations for the 2019 Switch Pokémon Games

Our Hopes and Expectations for the 2019 Switch Pokémon Games

With the arrival of 2019, Nintendo fans have many different franchises to speculate about, including Pokémon. At E3 2017, Nintendo revealed that Game Freak was developing a mainline Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch. When Pokémon: Let’s Go, Pikachu! and Pokémon: Let’s Go, Eevee! were ... »

2064: Read Only Memories Integral (Review)

2064: Read Only Memories Integral (Review)

We received a review code for 2064: Read Only Memories Integral on the Switch. 2064: Read Only Memories Integral is an adventure game that takes place in a cyberpunk futures where robotic helpers called ROMs have become commonplace and advanced gene therapy has led to a number of people becoming hyb... »

Top Three Differences Between Limbo and Inside

Top Three Differences Between Limbo and Inside

In addition to the code for our Inside review, Playdead also sent us a review for coverage of Limbo, their first 2.5D platformer that came to the Switch at the same time as Inside. At first glance, Limbo and Inside seem quite similar. They’re both dark side-scrolling games with puzzles to solv... »

The Journey Down: Chapter Three (Review)

The Journey Down: Chapter Three (Review)

We received a review code for The Journey Down: Chapter Three on the Switch. The third and final entry of this point-and-click adventure game series brings Bwana’s story to a close. Chapter Three more or less assumes you’ve played the first two chapters already, as it tosses you right in... »

The Journey Down: Chapter Two (Review)

The Journey Down: Chapter Two (Review)

We received a review code for The Journey Down: Chapter Two on the Switch. The second entry in this point-and-click adventure game trilogy picks up where Chapter One left off, with Bwana, Kito, and Lina in a bit of a predicament after their ill-judged escape in Bwana’s plane. While there are a... »

Inside (Review)

Inside (Review)

We received a review code for Inside on the Switch. Inside is an unusual game, a dark puzzle-platformer that raises questions almost immediately. It gives no context, but instead immediately puts you in the role of a boy traveling through a forest while avoiding guards. You must solve environmental ... »

The Journey Down: Chapter One (Review)

The Journey Down: Chapter One (Review)

We received a review code for The Journey Down: Chapter One on the Switch. This point-and-click adventure game game draws on Afro-Caribbean inspiration, most noticeably in its character designs, which are based on African masks. While the main character’s mask-like face occasionally makes him ... »

Pode (Review)

Pode (Review)

After our interview about Pode, Henchman & Goon sent us a review code. Pode is a puzzle game about a fallen star that teams up with a rock in order to find its way home. Together, the two set out to climb a mountain so the star can return to the sky. However, this isn’t just any mountain, ... »

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