• Super Mario Maker 2 Review Building Off a Strong Foundation | Dualshockers

    8 days ago - By N4G

    Super Mario Maker 2 is the game that keeps on giving, while leaving enough room to build in the future-despite a few places for improvement.
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  • Super Mario Maker 2 Nintendo Switch Review - NoobFeed

    8 days ago - By N4G

    Extremely addictive, fun, and a must have video game for all Switch users!
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  • 'Super Mario Maker 2' and a Detailed Breakdown Behind the N64 and Gamecube Tech

    8 days ago - By N4G

    The calm before the storm is officially over, as the release of Mario Maker 2 kicks off the bounty of Nintendos solid lineup of 2nd-half games for 2019. On this episode, the gang reviews Super Mario Maker 2 and dives deep behind the history and technology of Nintendo's various consoles.
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  • DeepMind's StarCraft II AI Will Play Public Matches on Battle.net

    DeepMind's StarCraft II AI Will Play Public Matches on Battle.net

    8 days ago - By ExtremeTech

    DeepMind first dominated the game of Go, and then it moved on to StarCraft II, beating some of the world's top players early this year. Now, you might have a chance to play against the AlphaStar AI, but you'll probably get wrecked.
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  • Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered Review - A Recipe for Destruction | Dualshockers

    8 days ago - By N4G

    While ten years later it's not a shining example of open-world design, Red Faction: Guerrilla on Nintendo Switch is still a blast to play.
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  • Dr. Mario World Review: The Waiting Room - TheGamer

    8 days ago - By N4G

    Dr. Mario World is average in every regard and well deserves its rating for being so generic.
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  • Dr. Mario World review - "Easily Nintendo's weakest game in years"

    8 days ago - By Pocket Gamer

    I feel quite comfortable saying that Dr. Mario World is Nintendo's weakest game in years. It's also likely the worst possible version of itself; a mobile game adaptation of the popular Dr. Mario puzzle games - so rife with desperate penny-pinching, technical issues, and woeful controls that I'm genuinely stunned it's been unleashed in its current state.
    The goal of each stage is to clear the board of viruses and other such hazards. You'll get a set number of pills with which to do so, and the idea is that you can destroy obstacles and targets by matching them with three pills of the same...
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