Author: J. P. Humphries

Sparkle Unleashed – Switch Review

Sparkle Unleashed – Switch Review

Sparkle Unleashed is sort of a spin-off of Sparkle 2. Not to be confused with Sparkle 2: Evo, Sparkle 2 was a marble shooter from 10tons, not the evolution simulator from Forever Entertainment. Slightly confusing, for sure. Marble shooters are on the more casual side of genres,  they don’t appear too often on gaming stores these days but there is an audience for them, even if they’re not for me personally.

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Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Switch Review

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King – Switch Review

Let’s just get it out of the way, Blossom Tales wears its heart of its sleeve. There’s literally no other comparison to be made as it’s basically a copy of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past. From the artwork to the gameplay it’s A Link to the Past through and through. And, as one of my favourite games of all-time, I was both hugely excited to play Blossom Tales and also a little wary, how can it possibly live up to a classic? If you’re not going to make it as good or better, why bother? Does it live up to it? Well, let’s find out.

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Frederic: The Resurrection of Music – Switch Review

Frederic: The Resurrection of Music – Switch Review

If there’s ever a whackier concept for a game premise than Frederic: The Resurrection of Music, be sure to point me in its direction because I frankly don’t believe you. Based on Frederic Chopin, the famous classical composer and master pianist, the long dead maestro is back from the grave to battle it out against soulless modern music. Travelling around the world with his magic carriage and piano, he partakes in musical duels to regain some class to the world of music.

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