Mario Bros. The game that really started it all for Nintendo. Back in the arcades in 1983, this sort of spin off of the hugely popular Donkey Kong, lead to Mario as we know him to this day. Taking a career shift from carpentry to plumbing, Mario is more like the Mario we know today. But, if in all unlikelihood you’ve never played the original Mario Bros before, then you may be in for a shock as to how completely different he still his.
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The premise of Earth Atlantis is simple. The majority of the Earth’s surface is now underwater (well, even more than usual) and vicious machines have taken the form of sea life: pirañas, swordfish, hermit crabs, you name it; they’re all roaming the seas with deadly weapons. As the pilot of a submarine, you are tasked with destroying the largest of the monsters in what is practically a boss rush game.
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Sky Ride is easily one of the more peculiar games I’ve had the task of reviewing. There’s seriously not many other games where I’ve played for 20 minutes and still not understood even a moment of what was going on. I was perplexed and bewildered at this Japanese oddity that plopped onto the eShop a week or two ago. Having played a few hours now, I’m honestly not much wiser than when I first began and so this is easily the most uncomfortable I’ve been in reviewing a game for the channel, even compared to fighters and shooters of which I’m a pure scrub and have no authority on. This however… I just don’t know if I’m completely missing something, or it genuinely is just a perplexing eccentricity.
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36 Fragments of Midnight is possibly one of the most simple games to grace the Nintendo Switch so far. Made by Petite Games and published by enthusiastic Switch supporter, Ratalaika games, this is a game that I’m struggling to form an opinion on.
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