Some Thoughts on Human Resource Machine, for the Nintendo Switch!

I can't exactly pinpoint the reason I've been reluctant to spend any money on the Switch eShop, but if I had to pick one, it would be a combination of 1) already having enough games to play, and 2) I don't like digital-only games, and would like more physical games in my hand to get excited …

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You Know What’d Be Sweet? A Mii Game on the Switch!

First, let me just say I never got into Miitomo, and at least according to various sources, it never took off in the west. Personally, I had exactly three friends on the thing. And one of them only used it once. Granted, there wasn't a whole lot to do with it and it was deleted from …

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What Do I DISLIKE About the Nintendo Switch?

NOTHING! Nah, just kiddin'. The Switch has been getting the bulk of my posts recently, but if statistics mean anything, it's what people want to read about lately. And of course, as I've been spending a lot of time playing mine, I have no shortage of opinions on it. Because I realize I can sound very …

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Breath of the Wild: It’s All About the Little Things!

There's so many damn Breath of the Wild reviews out there right now that it almost feels pointless to write one, and so I'm going to bypass all of that and just talk about some awesome things about the game that I am loving so far! This game is a case study of the concept …

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Geddy Visits the Nintendo World Store in New York City!

The Switch is so close I can almost taste it - although it's possible that's the Chinese lead and BPAs of which this plastic water bottle is comprised. That's right folks - tomorrow morning I truly believe we will be seeing the beginning of one of the biggest shifts to gaming since the release of the …

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Will the Switch Revive Social Gaming?

It's late 1996. The holiday season is coming up fast, and the "gift of the year" gracing the top of every kid's wishlist is none other than the Nintendo 64, Nintendo's answer to the Playstation and Sega Saturn. Code-named "Project Reality" from its inception and boasting a 64-bit processor, this system was guaranteed to change …

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