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Famitsu - review scores

SteamWorld Dig 2 - 33/40 (8/8/8/9)
Uurnog Uurnlimited - 28/40 (7/7/7/7)
Battle Chef Brigade - 31/40 (7/9/7/8)
Gear.Club Unlimited - 30/40 (7/8/7/8)

EDGE - Jan. 2018 review scores

Xenoblade Chronicles 2: 7 "It doesn't quite match the out-of-nowhere brilliance of the first game, nor is it as bold as the daring, but flawed, follow-up."

Animal Crossing Pocket Camp: 5 "Somewhere, Animal Crossing has mislaid its soul."

GoNintendo Video Review - Xenoblade Chronicles 2

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Positives

- Fantastic sense of scope and scale
- Amazing soundtrack
- Battle system is less intimidating than it looks
- Story keeps you interested throughout
- Plenty to explore

Negatives

- Voice acting is mediocre
- Side-quests aren't very exciting
- Some plot points fall flat

Final Word

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 is yet another great entry in the Switch library. This one should keep RPG fans busy for quite some time. There's an insane amount of things to do and see along your journey, and battles will keep you thoroughly engaged.
While the experience might look overwhelming from the outside, the in-game tutorial is evenly paced and does a fantastic job of explaining everything without being overbearing. There's also a lot to enjoy in the story department, even if there are a few missteps along the way. All in all, if you're looking for yet another meaty Switch experience with all the RPG trappings, you should be very happy with what you find here.

Famitsu - This week's review scores (11/28/17)


The following review scores come from this week's issue of Famitsu:

Sumikko Gurashi: Sumikko Park he Youkoso (NSW) – 8/7/7/7 [29/40]
Star Ghost (NSW) – 7/6/6/7 [26/40]
Ninja Shodown (NSW/PS4) – 6/6/7/6 [25/40]

GoNintendo Video Reviews - Resident Evil Revelations 1 & 2 on Switch (special guest reviewer!)


Resident Evil 1 and 2 are now out on Switch and we've got video reviews for each game! I tackled Resident Evil Revelations, which you see in the first video above. For Resident Evil Revelations 2, I brought in a special guest! I may be biased, but I think his review is about a billion times better than mine. Either way, I hope you enjoy both!

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GoNintendo Video Review - RIVE: Ultimate Edition

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Postives

- absolutely gorgeous
- fluid, fast, exciting gameplay
- great amount of challenge
- modes that keep you coming back
- mashes up multiple genre mainstays into something new and fresh

Negatives

- some people might find it too challenging

Final Word

RIVE is Two Tribes' final game, and they couldn't have ended things with a better experience. This is one of the most fun and frantic shooters I've played in quite some time. The game is a blast to play, a sight to behold, and a great challenge of your twitch skills. From start to finish, the game is action-packed with some awesome set-pieces and more. I really do hate to see Two Tribes go, but at least they gave us one hell of a game before all was said and done.

GoNintendo Video Review - Gear.Club Unlimited

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Positives

- racing is varied, fun, and responsive
- plenty of content to unlock
- multiple cars to upgrade
- great sense of speed

Negatives

- graphics and content progression show mobile roots
- race against player ghosts, but no online head-to-head multiplayer

Final Word

Gear.Club Unlimited is quite a fun experience. There's a lot to do and see here. From racing in multiple styles to upgrading your cars and building out your garage, the game knows how to keep you busy. While the visuals might not be the best and the lack of online head-to-head multiplayer stings, the overall package is still an engaging one. If you're looking for something that blends arcade and simulation racing together, Gear.Club Unlimited should do the trick.