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Author: Troy Dunham

Troy Dunham

Death or Treat is a Solid Title with a Bad Switch Port

Fans of Dead Cells or Rogue Legacy will find familiar fare in Death or Treat, but its delayed Switch port is not up to snuff.
Troy Dunham

The Search for the Perfect Roguelike – Pirates, Tyrants, and Gladiators!

Tears of the Kingdom has broken my gaming brain, so I'm checking out a few recent roguelikes to try to break my addiction.
Troy Dunham

The Story of Mortal Kombat (2011) Explained by a Fresh Fighting Game Fan

The upcoming Mortal Kombat 1 is a reboot of the prior trilogy which started with the ninth Mortal Kombat game which is a reboot of Mortal Kombat
Troy Dunham

AEW: Fight Forever is a Fantastic First Outing with Room to Improve

AEW: Fight Forever is an arcade-styled wrestling game with a great retro feel, but the Switch version has a few frustrating flaws.
Troy Dunham

Nocturnal is a Fantastic, Fire-Filled Take on Castlevania!

Nocturnal's straightforward story is not long, but if you go in looking for a compact Castlevania-ish adventure you'll have a great time.
Troy Dunham

Retroflag Controller-M Makes Nintendo Fans Uncomfortable (In A Good Way)

I'd rather play SNES games on Switch with a 6-button Sega Genesis/Mega Drive controller than the official SNES controller from Nintendo, and that's just weird.
Troy Dunham

If You Have Played Everything Shovel Knight Has to Offer, Reward Yourself with Kraino Origins!

Kraino Origins on the Nintendo Switch isn't a knock-off of Shovel Knight, but it scratches the same itch almost as well.
Troy Dunham

Fights in Tight Spaces on Switch is Better Than Ever Before!

Fights in Tight Spaces was fun when it launched on PC in the fall of 2020, but now that you can play it in handheld it is better than ever!
Troy Dunham

Nintendo’s Surprsinging In-Person Event in September is Part of PAX West

Nintendo's announcement of a September Seattle event doesn't mean they are backing out of PAX West... because Nintendo Live is going to be at PAX West 2023!
Troy Dunham

Super Dungeon Maker has good bones, and now it’s in the community’s hands to make it great!

Nintendo won't give us Zelda Maker, but the new indie release Super Dungeon Maker gets very, very close.

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