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Review: Neo Cab

Neo Cab is a game all about facing my greatest fear: being trapped and having to talk to someone in a confined area. Every time I step into a cab, I’m filled with dread as I pray that I got one of the rare untalkative drivers. Fortuna...

 
 
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Review: Stela

Charles Caleb Colton once said, "Imitation is the sincerest [form] of flattery." Clearly, Mr. Colton never owned iPhone. Since the launch of the App Store, it has become a cesspool of hastily thrown together titles that mimic, rip-off, or s...

 
 
 
 
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Here are some alternatives to Hearthstone

Hearthstone roared onto the scene in 2014, and with the backing of Blizzard's billions, tore up the esports scene and never looked back. It's a giant in the collectible card game (CCG) space, and there's a ton of highs and lows to go w...

 
 
 
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Fire Emblem Heroes gets spoopy with Halloween content

What with the spoopiest of season's right around the corner, Nintendo has dropped a new trailer for mobile battler Fire Emblem Heroes, giving us an early look at some of the hero variants getting into the Halloween spirit.The video features...

 
 
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The maligned Mario Kart Tour pulls into Tokyo later today

Nintendo's latest mobile venture Mario Kart Tour launched a fortnight ago to, well, hardly a rubber-burning critical reception. Built around a particularly egregious monetization and gacha system, combined with fairly blah gameplay, it was ...

 
 
 
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Review: Hearthstone: Saviors of Uldum: Tombs of Terror

Blizzard's Hearthstone has been the face of digital card games for several years now, reliably one of the highest earning mobile titles since it launched in 2014. The simple rules make it easier to follow than competitors such as Magic...

 
 
 
 
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The Walking Dead crossover event hits PUBG Mobile today

As reported by Variety, PUBG Mobile is teaming up with popular AMC series The Walking Dead for a limited time event, which goes live in the pocket battle royale title today. The event is offering several skins based on popular characters fr...

 
 
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Mobile RPG Dragon Quest of the Stars heading West in 2020

I'm eagerly awaiting Dragon Quest Walk, the next mobile game that'll pump me up to stroll around town, but today's Dragon Quest news concerns a different title, one that first made waves in 2015. Dragon Quest of the Stars is venturing outsi...

 
 
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Review: Hot Lava

Klei Entertainment is low key one of my favorite developers in the industry today. Even if they don't hit all their marks they aren't afraid to try anything new, and have tackled myriad genres like stealth platforming, survival, strategy, p...

 
 
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Review: Agent Intercept

Spy/thief/espionage fiction is a sweet spot for me. I could watch Ocean's movies ad nauseam, and even though Eon has no clue what to do with James Bond in the modern era, you better believe I'm there in theaters waiting to see if they ...

 
 
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Review: Assemble With Care

One of the great things about the mobile platform is it's ripe with opportunities for developers who want to create small, narrative-driven or experimental games. One of the worst things about the mobile ecosystem is it's largely unsupporti...

 
 
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Review: Spidersaurs

WayForward sure as hell knows how to sell a game. With a cartoon intro that looks straight out of the '80s/early '90s as-is, downloading Spidersaurs on the Apple Arcade is an easy ask. It doesn't fully execute that lovely premise, but ...

 
 
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Review: Grindstone

When a puzzle game's central mechanic is seared in your mind to the extent that it vividly flashes before you every time you close your eyes, you know you've overdone it. That's precisely where I'm at right now with Capybara's new puzzler G...

 
 
 
 
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Review: Shinsekai: Into the Depths

When Apple Arcade was first announced, I never expected to one day use the subscription service to play a deep-sea metroidvania game from Capcom. What a wild thought. Even now, it feels like a dream. Looking through the launch lineup, Apple...

 
 
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Review: What the Golf?

What the Golf? is as good as I hoped it'd be, which is to say, "very." I'm honestly relieved! The game takes an otherworldly view of golf, twisting and turning a basic premise in increasingly outlandish ways not unlike something out of Wari...

 
 
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Fire Emblem Heroes adding Mystery of the Emblem stars

It's been a couple of weeks since the last drop, but Nintendo is prepping another quartet of brave characters for the roster of mobile battler Fire Emblem Heroes. For inspiration, this latest content drop turns to 1994 Super Famicom title M...

 
 
 




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So am I alone in preferring to use the ZL and ZR buttons on switch over the regular L and R buttons? It feels like every game Ive been playing lately if you need to hold a button to aim, it uses L/R rather then

 
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I finally beat a Zelda game that wasnt a spin Im proud of

 
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Supposedly Sonics redesign for the movie If its legit, its a big improvement! (still blue arms, though)

 
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