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Rise of the Triad Ah good, you're back! That comes as a huge relief, ladies and gentlemen. You see, we (Dennis and yours truly) inadvertently came about this close to destroying the universe (yes, again!) in our battle against the security AI gone haywire...
Boxing Champs I was just minding my own business on a random afternoon when suddenly I get a text from Lady DumeeGamer herself, saying: "Tom, you own a Nintendo Switch, right? And you like fighting games right?" So I replied with a double yes and before I even knew it I was playing Boxing Champs!
Selma and the Wisp Selma and the Wisp is a logic puzzle game with a pretty creepy vibe, originally released on August 4, 2016 for Steam by indie developer Toucan Studio. As from May 31 of this year, gamers will also be able to enjoy this puzzle platform game on their Nintendo Switch, giving this game a portable experience. Although the game has already been out there for a few years, I haven't had the chance to play it yet. I love horror and puzzle games and thought this game had a vibe similar to Limbo (Which I loved playing). So naturally, I am very excited to finally play this title!
Marblelous Animals The title of this app game really says it all; it's a marvellous game with positively bulbous animals that roll around like marbles. What can I say more? Well, I have about 300 words left in this review to talk about it. The general story behind the game is that you need to help the animals to get home, which means finish every level to make sure you marvellous marble animal friend gets home safe and sound.
Battlefield: Bad Company Oh, hello there dear readers, here's a question for you: Have you ever had the feeling that you're really unwelcome at a certain location? Why do I ask? Well, let me explain; As Sadhonker told you 2 weeks ago, the AI we were combatting became a little more obedient after we.... euhm.... threw everything but the kitchen sink at it. Now, everything was fine and dandy after that and we did have some good times with several Disney princesses, or general characters in Sadhonker's case, because he somehow had a deep fascination for a rather large mouse with a bowtie for some reason...
Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland Atelier Lulua is the latest sequel in the Arland trilogy and follows the exploits of the daughter of the previous game's main character Ronona. The Atelier series is a big franchise and has many individual games. The main focus of the games is to visit different places in order to gather items which you can use for your alchemy. With this alchemy you can complete quests you've received from villagers and make useful items for battle.
Sumatra: Fate of Yandi I'll come right out and say it; those among you who never played a classic point and click adventure before should really try this game on for size! Sumatra: Fate of Yandi is as classic as a point and click can be. But next to that it's a fascinating new Cloak and Dagger Games title that, once again, manages to blow my mind.
Blades of Time Okay, I've got a confession to make here; I never played Blades of Time before. But a little birdie told me that this action-adventure Hack 'n' Slash game would be released on Nintendo Switch, so for me it's the perfect opportunity to get to know it.
Rage Hello again, dear readers. It's your pal Sadhonker, returning to you with yet another thrilling episode of the Big Red Timemachine! I can safely say that it has been absolute mayhem around here, ladies and gentlemen; somehow, our Big Red HQ has gone rogue and turned on us. You may recall that, last week, Dennis was chased by an evil iteration of Wreck-it Ralph. Well, over the course of the last two weeks, things have gotten increasingly worse...