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Famitsu - review scores for Feb. 5th, 2019

Just two review scores this week that are Switch related, but both games fare pretty well. Check out the scores below.

Kin’iro no Corda: Octave (Switch, PS Vita) – 7/8/8/8 [31/40]
Victor Vran: Overkill Edition (PS4, Switch) – 8/8/8/8 [32/40]

Wargroove - video review round-up


Take to the battlefield with Wargroove, a turn-based strategy game for up to 4 players! Choose your Commander and wage war on battling factions, using your ‘groove’ to strategically sway the fight in your favor!

Famitsu - review scores for Jan. 29th, 2019

You know we're into January when Famitsu reviews dwindle. Believe it or not, Famitsu has just one review score this week that's Switch-related. Hell, they only had three review scores overall for the whole issue!

Super Treasure Arena (Switch) – 6/6/7/6 [25/40]

IGN Video - My Time at Portia review

My Time at Portia's many parts don't always shine on their own, but together, they make for a pleasant building adventure.

EDGE #329 - review scores

Time for another review round-up from EDGE. Not too many Switch titles, but you can check out their scores below.

Travis Strikes Again - 5
Pikuniku - 6

IGN Video - Slay the Spire review

We fused card games and roguelikes together to make the best single player deckbuilder we could. Craft a unique deck, encounter bizarre creatures, discover relics of immense power, and Slay the Spire!

GameSpot Video Review - Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Travis Strikes Again succeeds as a simple hack-n-slash with seamless co-op, but doesn't do enough to avoid repetition or challenge you in meaningful ways.

IGN Video Review - Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes reviewed by Steven Petite on Nintendo Switch.

Famitsu - review scores for Jan. 15th, 2019

A couple of Switch-related review scores from this week's issue of Famitsu. Nothing too major, but decent scores for the titles reviewed.

Alvastia Chronicles (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 8/7/8/8 [31/40]
Asdivine Hearts II (PS4, Xbox One, Switch) – 7/7/7/7 [28/40]

Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes - Famitsu review details

We shared Famitsu's score for Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes earlier in the week, but now we have the full details of their review. Check out what each of the 4 reviewers had to say below.

1st reviewer: The world setting and the unique texts are just as expected from Mr. Goichi Suda’s works. It’s good that you can experience various genres as games within the game. There is also a rather surprising title among them, and it’s being made so that you’ll wonder how the next story development will be like. Other than easily enjoying co-op play, the T-shirt collaboration with indie games is also nice. However, since there are a lot of scenes that are developed with pulling-like screens, I felt the intensity is a bit lacking which is regrettable. 8

2nd reviewer: The top-view action, which forms the basis, has a rather simple hack-and-slash style gameplay feel. But each of the world that you visit has its own various presentations and gimmicks being prepared, and even the game genre would change, which is a surprising yet good spec. The appearances of unique bosses are still intact, so look forward to battling against them. It has an abundant humor filled with parodies, risky jokes and more from various titles, which ended up making me grinning. 8

3rd reviewer: Although the action is focused on sweeping enemies away with the Beam Katana, the genre will change to Puzzle, Adventure, Racing, and more depending on the stage, so it’ll make you get excited every time. The action skills are also varied; it feels good to use them, and you can also have fun in thinking of combinations to prepare for boss battles. Homages to games and movies are scattered all over the places, which ends up making me grinning. The visuals which are so senseful also made me numb. 9

4th reviewer: I unexpectedly grinned when looking at the presentations filled in all places with the various coolness of video games from the years past. The creator’s fixations are directly conveyed through things including UI design, BGMs, and more. You can enjoy each genre like Action, Puzzle, and Text Adventure; such game story development is also unique and interesting. Although I’m a bit concerned by the play sensation which I feel like a bit too grindy, this title has a mysterious appeal that I cannot stop because I want to know the story’s continuation. 8