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‘Paper Mario: The Origami King’ announced

I would ask where this came from…But knowing Nintendo’s ways, there’s no need to ask that question. After four years, the Paper Mario series is back and gearing up for its Switch debut. Paper Mario: The Origami King will be released on July 17 here in the States, and hardcore Mario fans from all over […]

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‘Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2’ announced — “Bird is the word?” More like “Hawk is the word!”

After several years of Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, and Call of Duty, Activision and Vicarious Visions have announced a reunion with an old friend…A friend who lent his name and expertise to what would become a legendary series of sports games — Everyone’s favorite skateboarder…Tony Hawk. Starting on September 4, gamers and skateboarders alike […]

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New Update for ‘Super Mario Maker 2’

As evidenced by the number of laughter-inducing YouTube videos about it, Super Mario Maker 2 is a Switch jam that is here to stay for the time being. The fine folks at Nintendo have added more proof to that in the form of a new update that dropped today. What could be better than the […]

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Review of 'Animal Crossing: New Horizons' — Soak up the sun

The latest installment of ‘Animal Crossing’ has arrived, so sit by the campfire and allow Preston to give you all the details!

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Review of ‘Love Live School Idol Festival All-Stars’ — Friends in Nico-Nico-need (Co-written by “Eevee” from Hyper Alterians)

It’s been a while since Preston has reviewed an anime game, but he’s back at it with help from a friend! #LoveLive

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Review of Sled Storm (1999) — Let it snow, let it snow, let it snocross

For those of you who like it when I talk about racing games…It’s that time once again.  When we talk about Electronic Arts’ racing-game catalog, the first series that pops into our noggins is usually Need for Speed, Burnout, or Road Rash.  But for this review, we’re delving into one of EA’s most obscure titles, […]

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Jumping for (Nurse) joy — A recap of the 01/09/2020 Pokémon Direct

I’m quite certain most of us can agree that today was a good day to be a Pokémon fan, as today’s Pokémon Direct hit us with three very cool announcements.  The most prominent reveal was that of the Expansion Pass that will add 200+ Pokémon and two areas to your journey through the Galar Region.  Some gamers […]

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Is the skatepark back in business? — Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games possibly being remade

If you were around in the late-90’s and early-2000’s, you’ll most likely remember just how big of a deal the Tony Hawk game franchise was.  It brought skateboarding games to mainstream success thanks to its easy-to-pick-up gameplay, memorable music, and skatepark-sized amount of replay value.  And despite a nasty bail in the form of Tony Hawk’s […]

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Review of Pokémon Sword & Shield — Galar Calling

Since its 1996 debut, the international phenomenon in Pokémon has always seemed to cater towards the handheld-gaming crowd.  While there had been plenty of spin-offs and remakes for home consoles ranging from the N64 to the Wii U, having a portable system was a requirement if you wanted a piece of the core Pokémon lineup.  But thanks […]

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Review of Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 — Oh no, there goes Tokyo

Everyone’s favorite plumber and hedgehog are once again going for the gold, as the Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games series has come to the Nintendo Switch for its sixth installment.  Sure, it may seem like nothing more than a simple cash-grab, but there are some enjoyable new features to be delved into.  So without […]