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Star Wars: Republic Commando

Platform: Switch • Author: Dennis Tummers

The Republic is at war! Luckily, an elite team of commandos is ready to deploy, and you are in the lead of it in this team-based first person shooter set in the Star Wars realm. But how does this port of a 16 year old game hold up? Check inside for the verdict!

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Horned Knight

Platform: Switch • Author: João Pereira

A retro-styled platformer, which puts you in the role of a Knight? This must be a template for a successful title by now. Jonnas runs the gauntlet, to see how proficient this Knight really is. Check inside for the verdict.

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Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury

Platform: Switch • Author: Dennis Tummers

Fun for one, fun for all! Super Mario 3D World + Bowser’s Fury sprints onto the Switch. Dennis puts the enhanced port through its paces. Check inside for the verdict.

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Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse

Platform: Switch • Author: Dean Jones

Feeling nostalgic for a good old-fashioned 1950's Zombie Apocalypse? Stubbs the Zombie offers just that, but has this re-release of an early 00's game aged well, or is it more of a shuffling corpse? Dean reanimates his review skills to find out. Check inside for the verdict.

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The Hong Kong Massacre

Platform: Switch • Author: Lee Davies

There may be plenty of Twin-Stick Shooters available on the Nintendo Switch, but how many of them are set in Hong Kong? The Hong Kong Massacre is presented in a top-down perspective, and is inspired by classic action films set in the East. Lee shoots his way through this revenge story to bring you his verdict.

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Dandara

Platform: Switch • Author: João Pereira

While the Metroidvania genre is undoubtedly oversaturated on the Nintendo Switch eShop, when Dandara was first released in 2018, it certainly proved to stand out from the crowd, and in 2020, thanks to the release of the 'Trials of Fear Edition' it's a title which has proven to be captivating all over again. Jonnas journeys into the world of Salt to bring you his verdict.

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Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity

Platform: Switch • Author: Glen O'Brien

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is the Breath of the Wild themed sequel, to the Zelda themed original Musou game, first released in 2014. Just how does this new entry stack up on the Switch when faced with hordes of on-screen enemies? Glen puts the game through its paces. Check inside for the verdict.

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Part-Time UFO

Platform: Switch • Author: Adam Hirst

From the studio which brought you such iconic characters as Kirby and BoxBoy! Comes an unassuming game, about a UFO, featuring the mechanics of a crane. Part-Time UFO is the latest game from HAL Laboratory, Inc which was released on the Nintendo Switch eShop, just over a week ago, but is it enough to grab you? Veteran forum member and contributor Adam Hirst finds out in his review of this well-balanced title. Check inside for the verdict.

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YesterMorrow

Platform: Switch • Author: Dennis Tummers

The 2D time travelling platformer YesterMorrow steps into the light to banish darkness forever. But does this title from the Slovakian developer Bitmap Galaxy has a bright future tomorrow, or is it better left in yesterday's past? Step inside for the verdict!

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Projection: First Light

Platform: Switch • Author: João Pereira

There have been a variety of Puzzle Platformer titles, released in recent times, but this could be the first time that a new developer, has produced such an example based on Shadow Theatre. Shadowplay Studios, brings Projection: First Light to the Nintendo Switch, does it reveal itself to be a shining example? Or is there a shadow of doubt hanging over it? Jonnas delivers his verdict.

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