Official GBAtemp Reviews

Official GBAtemp Reviews

Official GBAtemp reviews written by our staff and contributors.

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    Neverout in Nintendo Switch

    Previously exclusive to VR platforms, this spatial cube puzzle has made its way to the Nintendo Switch. Does it work without a VR headset? And will you make it out alive?
    Posted by Tim Larsson, Jul 18, 2018 at 8:25 AM  4
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    Displate in Hardware

    Displate is a company that has been producing metal art prints of the same name for five years already. The team has recently entered in a collaboration with Blizzard to adapt artworks from franchises...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Jul 15, 2018 at 7:44 PM  2
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    All-Star Fruit Racing in Nintendo Switch

    When it comes to kart racing games on Switch, your first and only thought is probably going to be 'Mario Kart 8 Deluxe'. After playing All-Star Fruit Racing on Switch, I don't think that's going to...
    Posted by Daisy May, Jul 11, 2018  15
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    Mario Tennis Aces in Nintendo Switch

    After poor sales from its previous release, Camelot look to redeem the Mario Tennis series with its latest addition, but is it game, set and match for our sporty plumber?
    Posted by Scarlet Bell, Jul 7, 2018  18
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    snakebyte Game:Chair in Hardware

    We take a look at the Game:Chair, an imaginatively-named, premium video game seat from the accessory manufacturer, snakebyte.
    Posted by Thomas Hugh, Jun 30, 2018  16
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    Rainbow Skies in PlayStation Vita

    The developers behind Rainbow Moon are back with a new fantasy role-playing game: Rainbow Skies! This title is quite the oddball as it is being simultaneously released for the PS4, PS3 and PS Vita and...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Jun 26, 2018  5
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    Paranautical Activity in Nintendo Switch

    Paranautical Activity is a simple first-person shooter with roguelite elements. It was originally released on Steam in 2014, and most recently the Wii U in 2016. Is it worth buying on Nintendo Switch?
    Posted by Daisy May, Jun 25, 2018  9
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    Sushi Striker: The Way of Sushido in Nintendo Switch

    From the makers of such classics as Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, and Metroid, we have a new gem to walk with the giants. Join me in welcoming the era of sushi.
    Posted by Scarlet Bell, Jun 20, 2018  17
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    Xecuter SX OS *Dongle Update* in Nintendo Switch

    Team Xecuter releases its newest product-- The SX OS Custom Firmware for Nintendo Switch.
    Posted by Jessie Ljunggren, Jun 19, 2018  54
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    Data East Classic Collection in Retro

    Another day another SNES cartridge review! No, this is not the early 90s but really 2018 where we’ll take a look at another new SNES multicart published by Retro-Bit and packing games develped by...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Jun 17, 2018  9
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    Vampyr in Computer

    In a world rampant with post-apocalyptic zombie games, Vampyr proposes another setting: vampires in 20th century England. Initially slated for a 2017 release, how does this delayed game from Dontnod...
    Posted by Prans Dunn, Jun 12, 2018  3
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    Trident Pro-S2 Controller in Hardware

    Game Devil is back from hell with an evolved Switch controller. Featuring the same turbo functionality and multiple D-Pads of the first iteration, as well as motion controls, will the Devil once again...
    Posted by Scarlet Bell, Jun 12, 2018  6
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    Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn in Nintendo Switch

    In a year long-since forgotten, an unlikely hero rose to save a young boy from the clutches of an evil mummy in another dimension. In this modern age, can Shaq return to relevance in a story more...
    Posted by Scarlet Bell, Jun 7, 2018  22
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    Shape of the World in Nintendo Switch

    Come with me on a journey through a world ever-changing, in a time unknown, to a place I don't quite understand. Witness the Shape of the World in its might and indecision.
    Posted by Scarlet Bell, Jun 6, 2018  5
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    Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze in Nintendo Switch

    It's time to return to Donkey Kong Country and save your home from the clutches of nature's most evil and nefarious creatures: Penguins. Let's take this journey and find out just how well this new...
    Posted by Chris Knight, May 28, 2018  14

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