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Review: Super Street Racer for Nintendo Switch

Released on November 7, Super Street Racer is available digitally and physically for Nintendo Switch at the price of $39.99. It’s an enjoyable, attractive looking game filled with numerous customization options, as well as a substantial career mode with a variety of challenges to overcome. I’ve enjoyed my time with it and keep coming back for more. Let’s take a closer look at what this game has to offer.

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Review: Untitled Goose Game

When I heard about and saw a video of Untitled Goose Game for Nintendo Switch, I knew I had to check it out. First off, the name is great. Second, you get to play as a goose that causes all kinds of trouble for humans. What’s not to love?! Think of it like Hitman but with a goose, and you’re not killing people – you’re just driving them crazy! You get to pull pranks, steal people’s items, honk at them, and much more. The art style is beautiful, and the music is a character all its own. Untitled Goose Game is a charming experience that everyone should play. Whether you’re playing alone or laughing along with a friend as one of you causes havoc, Untitled Goose Game is a unique breath of fresh air that will stay with you for a long time.

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Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered

It’s October and there’s no better way to celebrate the Halloween season than by firing up Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered for Nintendo Switch, which is an updated version of the original game that was released 10 years ago. One thing to keep in mind is this is a remaster, not a remake. So, the only major improvement is that the graphics have been given a facelift. Everything looks great in HD, and the developers continue to work on updates to improve the experience. Since Harold Ramis passed away in 2014, fans won’t get a true Ghostbusters 3 movie featuring the original cast. However, this game is just as good as Ghostbusters 3 because it was written by Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd. Better yet, it’s set in the early 1990s and it features all of the original Ghostbusters, as well as some memorable supporting characters voiced by the original actors, including Annie Potts and Max von Sydow. When you start the game, you’ll see that it’s dedicated to the memory of Harold Ramis, which is a nice touch, and it is filled from start to finish with fan service. If you love the Ghostbusters, you need to get this game. We’re not going to get Ghostbusters 3 with the original cast, but this is an excellent substitute.

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One More Dungeon for Nintendo Switch

Being a nameless adventure seeker, your job is to reach the final level deep within the dungeon and destroy the obelisks that are used by forces of evil to invade the world. That’s the premise of One More Dungeon for Nintendo Switch, which currently retails on the eShop for $7.99.

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36 Fragments of Midnight for Nintendo Switch

36 Fragments of Midnight is a new indie game for Nintendo Switch, and it only costs $2.99. It’s a procedurally-generated platform game, where you have to avoid deadly lasers, as well as circular saws and spikes to collect all of the Fragments. It’s an enjoyable little game with a unique art style that is a good way to kill a few minutes.

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Nintendo News: Yo-Kai Watch 2 Launches in the U.S. on Sept. 30

13244198_1083128281759162_8659345976694995830_oI recently got into the Nintendo franchise Yo-Kai Watch, which has a terrific free app in the iOS App Store called Yo-Kai Watch: Wibble Wobble, as well as great game for the Nintendo 3DS. Today, Nintendo announced that the sequel to the 3DS game is hitting the U.S. on September 30. Below is the full press release from Nintendo:

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Video Game Review – Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon

81bX5RtQwSL._SL1500_In January I bought a ‘new’ Nintendo 3DS XL and have been playing it ever since. Luigi’s Mansion: Dark Moon was one of the first games I picked up for the system. Is this video game worth buying? Check out my video review below to find out:

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