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Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince – Review

Dragon Quest Monsters: The Dark Prince tells an alternate story of Psaro, the antagonist from Dragon Quest 4. But don’t feel like you need to know Dragon Quest to play. Focusing far more on monster-raising and battling gameplay than lore, this Square Enix JRPG is accessible to fans and new players alike. The Unexpectedly Kind […]

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Pokémon Scarlet/Violet DLC: The Teal Mask – Review

Enjoyed Pokémon Scarlet or Violet and want more? The Teal Mask DLC adds a new story, a new region, and plenty more as part 1 of The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero DLC. Not played Pokémon Scarlet or Violet yet? Go check out our review of that first. This review assumes you’re familiar with the original game […]

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Pokémon Scarlet/Violet – Review | Best But Buggy

Starting back with Pokémon Blue in 1999, I’ve been a fan of the series. Still, as I got older, I stopped collecting the trading cards and while I still enjoyed it, I grew a little bored of the standard Pokémon formula. That is until Pokémon Legends: Arceus shook things up and became my favorite Pokémon title yet. […]

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Pokémon Brilliant Diamond/Shining Pearl – Review | A Shining Gem?

I’m sure a lot of you can relate to this: I was a humongous Pokémon fan when I was a kid! It was even more prevalent for people in my age range, as I grew up when Pokémon made its western debut in the late 90s. Coupled with the anime series, movies, the trading card game, and merchandise up […]

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Nexomon: Extinction – Review | Nexotrap Go!

Love monster-catching RPGs? Tired of waiting for the next Pokémon or don’t have a Nintendo Switch? You may want to check out Nexomon: Extinction, which is available for PC, XBox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Switch.  Does it measure up to the well-known titles in the genre? Or does this sequel to a mobile game fall flat? In this […]

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Monster Crown – Review | A Love Letter to the Genre

Catch, Tame and Train In a world where monster taming games are quite abundant, it takes a decent one to get me hooked. Monster Crown doesn’t disappoint and put me right back in that mindset I was in when I was younger – catch, tame, train and progress, with a considerable amount of time being poured into […]