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6 / 10 - Bear With Me
Feb 21, 2020

Bear With Me for the Nintendo Switch is a point and click adventure based on a detective investigation story and it does a good job at presenting a strong, emotional story with a very humorous overtone and a remarkable art style. Nonetheless, the fluctuating difficulty of its puzzles, the mediocre voice work and some problems with finding objects due to the very same art style end up feeling like obstacles. Fans of point and click games will be able to look beyond this, other players might feel less tempted.

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6 / 10 - One Night Stand
Feb 20, 2020

One Night Stand is a good indication of what the game is about - indeed, this is a visual novel where the protagonist will have to navigate around the follow-up to an alcohol-fueled one night stand. A rather short and simple game but with plenty of different endings to keep the player interested, One Night Stand disappoints when it comes to its audiovisual environment, which is lacklustre to say the least and has almost nothing to listen to and feels like a too short experience.

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Feb 19, 2020

While the loading times are often excessive and can feel like a burden, the game successfully creates a comic-like environment, which along with its soundtrack and attention to the way the missions are planned make this a very welcome entry in the Nintendo Switch catalogue and one which will fit well with anyone looking for a fun adventure.

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5 / 10 - Domiverse
Feb 18, 2020

Domiverse proposes a simple path for taking on the brawler formula and while it's certainly no luxury opus, it's minimally competent to keep players entertained to a certain level, thanks to its detailed characters and a fun challenge mode. However it also reaches its highest threshold fairly quickly, and its very simplistic formula and lack of online multiplayer will end up constricting Domiverse's possibilities to rise above other efforts in the Nintendo Switch catalogue.

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Feb 17, 2020

Monster Jam Steel Titans on the Nintendo Switch will be welcomed by fans of monster truck racing thanks to its official license and to the rather sharp and enjoyable gameplay. Those who are not into this sport will enjoy the variety of game modes but they will also look beyond that and the game's flaws will stand out more easily: a lacklustre visual detail, glitches and lack of online component. Overall, anyone looking for a good driving simulation will find better offers elsewhere, but those curious about or interested in monster truck racing will no doubt find something to pay attention to.

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Feb 16, 2020

Shovel Knight Showdown for the Nintendo Switch continues the series' steps in this emulated 8-bit world of tough, intense gameplay, this time with the added value of a story/campaign mode. With its variety of characters and mechanics that can work for fans of brawlers and fans of party games, Shovel Knight Showdown has a perfect recipe for local multiplayer, and sadly an absence of online multiplayer.

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7 / 10 - Spirit Roots
Feb 14, 2020

Spirit Roots for the Nintendo Switch brings a game in the form of a relatively simple 2D platformer. Simple, but challenging, especially where its level bosses are concerned - they can be quite tough, even for experienced players. And while this is not a blockbuster, it's clear that a very good work went into its artistic component. It may not give a lot of reasons to return to after finishing it, but Spirit Roots certainly earned its place among its peers.

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6 / 10 - Mosaic
Feb 13, 2020

Mosaic, a game about loneliness, redundancy and the tormenting bleakness of everyday life that makes us akin to robots repeating pre-programmed tasks to keep society working. This is not meant to be too harsh (or too kind) but Mosaic on the Nintendo Switch does manage to capture that void which seems to affect so many millions of humans in nearly every society on the face of the Earth. Pity that the way it behaves could not keep several errors and performance issues away, as the game often freezes and doesn't respond the way it would be expected to.

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Feb 12, 2020

Mars Power Industries on the Nintendo Switch is not a jaw-dropping bombshell AAA title but that's hardly a sin - it's a simple puzzle game that works fine and does its job the way it should. Fun, entertaining, with a level of challenge that is enough to amuse and keep most players entertained for a while, Mars Power Industries does not need to bring in the heavy artillery to provide an enjoyable experience.

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Feb 10, 2020

Street Outlaws: The List brings to the Nintendo Switch a gaming experience based on the Discovery Channel programme of the same name and for that very limited purpose of illustrating the show on a gaming format, it has a certain appeal. Unfortunately it has very little use outside that segment of the audience and with its bland and dull experience and very dated visual environment, Street Outlaws: The List adds nothing relevant to the driving games available on the Nintendo Switch.

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