Review: Layton’s Mystery Journey: Katrielle and the Millionaires’ Conspiracy – Deluxe Edition (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Matt S.  My experience with Layton’s Mystery Journey was soured very early on, thanks to a “puzzle” that demonstrated that finally, after over a decade of offering a delectable blend of point-and-click adventure and puzzle book-style gameplay, the series was running out of steam. It picks up from…

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Review: Tokyo Dark: Remembrance (Nintendo Switch)


Review by Matt S. Cherrymochi is a Japanese development company with a unique distinction – most of the team are westerners, drawn from the UK, Europe and America, but all of them have extensive experience living and working in Japan. It’s rare that a game can be truly Japanese –…

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Review: Death Stranding (Sony PlayStation 4)


Review by Matt S. I’m going to start this review with a personal comment: I don’t think there has ever been a game that is more difficult to review than Hideo Kojima’s ego sandbox… I mean Death Stranding. It’s a game where almost its entire worth is wrapped up within…

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Tokyo Dark Remembrance is one sexy-looking horror game, coming to Switch soon!


News by Matt S.  Developers, Cherrymochi and Mebius, and publisher Unties have announced Tokyo Dark: Remembrance for a November 7 release on Nintendo Switch (in Japan, at least). originally released on Steam in 2017, it has a nearly universal positive rating there, and is well regarded for its narrative style…

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