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What The Golf? Review

In What The Golf? you are aiming to get to a flag attached to a pole and maybe even a hole below that, but you a most likely not hitting a golf ball with a golf club. In fact, sometimes you're throwing the club itself, or the golfer; in one level you're throwing the power and direction indicator itself that you use to control your shots. All, of course, leading to you asking "what the... golf?" 

Muse Dash Review

Roughly a year after its original release on mobile devices in 2018, Muse Dash is now available on the Nintendo Switch. If you’ve played the game on mobile before as I had, I can safely say it plays just as well on the Switch. If you haven't played it before, or would like to know more, please read on.

Ape Out Review

Ape Out is like that final scene in Whiplash starring J.K Simmons and Miles Teller. It’s a loud brash jazz band on stage that builds up slowly until you’re a rampaging ape charging down a corridor covered in blood just hoping for the best while trying to survive the monsters pursuing you. (Note: not actually a good description of that film.)

2064: Read Only Memories INTEGRAL Review

2066: Read Only Memories from developer Midboss is a cyberpunk narrative-adventure that originally released on computer platforms in 2015; was updated and ported to consoles in 2017, and now the pixel-art, point and click adventure makes its way to the Nintendo Switch with the 'INTEGRAL' tagline and some bonus features. 

The Walking Dead: The Final Season - Episode One 'Done Running' Review

Two seasons, two spin-offs and six years later and it’s time for Telltale to finally wrap up their time with Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead world (until they decide not too) and also give us an ending to Clementine's story who players grew attached to years ago as a little girl facing the trial and tribulations of growing up fast in the face of the world's end.