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Team Sonic Racing: The Kotaku Review

While it’s true that kart racing clashes with the idea of a character who runs super-fast, Sonic the Hedgehog is less likely to trip up when he’s driving a vehicle. Developer Sumo Digital proves that statement true a third time with Team Sonic Racing, a very good kart racer with a game-changing co-op twist.Read more… […]

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WILL: A Wonderful World: The Kotaku Review

When I booted up the Switch port of WILL: A Wonderful World, the game told me about its autosave function. Then I saw this, set next to a red megaphone icon: “This game includes occasional **** plots. When shocked or surprised please scream loudly and disturb your neighbors.” The stars could refer to anything—botched…Read more… […]

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New Switch Discount Program Is Unnecessarily Complicated

Rather than simply discount its digital games like every other video game platform, Nintendo is running a new Switch promotion where players can purchase special vouchers that can then be traded in for new games, turning the entire process into a convoluted mini-game of its own.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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There Are Some Decent Card Games On The Switch, And More On The Way

Hearthstone, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, and Gwent are nowhere to be found on the Nintendo Switch. While it’s unclear what’s holding the biggest digital card games back from the platform, their absence has opened up space for a handful of other decent card games.Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Sniper Elite V2 Doesn’t Hold Up, Even In Pretty Remaster Form

Boy do I love Sniper Elite 4. Those beautiful, wide-open environments, spending a couple hours carefully navigating a map in order to make the most kills while alerting as few enemies as possible, enemy soldiers reacting more realistically than ever—it’s so good. But going back to play Sniper Elite V2—even a lovely,…Read more… Continue Reading […]

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One Of The Coolest Rhythm Games Ever, Now On Switch

Originally released for iOS and Android way back in 2012, Rayark’s Cytus is one of the sleekest, most stylish rhythm games out there. Today it’s out on the Switch as Cytus Alpha, and with more than 200 songs (including previously unreleased tracks), a cool sci-fi story and the ability to play with buttons instead of…Read […]

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Minecraft’s New 10th Anniversary Map Is Awesome And Hides A Few Secrets

Minecraft is celebrating its 10th anniversary since it was first released, back in 2009. To pay tribute to this milestone, Mojang teamed up with Blockworks to create a massive map covering the entire history of the popular game. And for those who dig deep, you might find a few secrets and Easter Eggs. Read more… […]

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Starlink’s Latest Update Confirms Star Fox Is Still The Best Part Of The Game

Ubisoft’s once-toy-powered adventure, Starlink: Battle for Atlas, is a very pretty spaceship game with short bursts of excitement padded with an endless array of repetitive tasks. The game is only consistently enjoyable when the Star Fox crew are winging their way through the Nintendo Switch-exclusive adventures. This…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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Some Players Are Really Excited About Rocket League’s New Icon On Switch

Two years out from its release, the Nintendo Switch’s user interface design remains incredibly minimalist and barebones in comparison to other modern consumer electronics. Maybe that’s why its biggest fans get so excited about especially striking art for game icons, or in this case, icon redesigns like the one Rocket…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Power Rangers Fighting Game Adds Three New Rangers And A Story Mode

Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid is a solid little fighting game in desperate need of strong single-player content and more mighty morphin’ combatants. Developer nWay attends to those needs today in a batch of free downloadable content featuring three new fighters, a full-fledged story mode, voice-overs from series…Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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The Switch Version Of Mortal Kombat 11 Has Its Ups And Downs

The Switch port of Mortal Kombat 11 plays like a champ but looks like jaggy ass. It’s pleasingly portable but incredibly finicky about its internet connection. I want the Switch version to be my go-to, but it keeps pushing me away. Read more… Continue Reading at https://kotaku.com

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