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Nintendo Reviews are an in depth look into the latest Nintendo games and how much we at MGL would recommend them to our readers. We cover the Wii U, 3Ds and will be covering the upcoming Nintendo NX as it releases. We’ll be regularly covering all the latest Nintendo Reviews on MGL, following our policies as listed below.

Our reviews will be done as close to release as we can. Our first priority is to deliver the quality which may means you always get the best quality review we can deliver.

Moonlighter Review

If you're curious about a Zelda-like action game with multiple weapon styles, upgrade paths and playing the shopkeeper as well as the hero. Well, this Moonlighter review might just be up your alley! Developers Digital...

Metroid Samus Returns Review

Metroid fans, our heroine Samus Aran, is back to our future. Originally released in 1991 on the Nintendo Game Boy. The game is a redux of the original game Metroid II: The Return of...
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Windjammers Review (Switch)

Windjammers has hit the Nintendo Switch. This Neo-Geo classic throwing disc game originally from the 90's became one of the most popular titles. Dotemu is behind this and more cool retro games coming back on...

Xenoblade Chronicles X Review

This game blind-sided me. Don't get me wrong; I knew it was coming out. It's not as if the Wii U has an insurmountable pile of exclusives to keep track of, so a unique...

Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Review

I've long-awaited my shot at the Xenoblade Chronicles 2 review. After my first dance with Xenoblade Chronicles X(review) - known to a few as my all-time favourite game - I knew I'd found something...

Flashback 25th Anniversary Review – “Future Perfect”

It's time to go back to 1993 with it being 25 years since the release of Flashback. Thanks for making us all feel old Microïds! Now it's back on the Nintendo Switch to let...

Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze Review

Get ready to go bananas for my Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze review as the game swings, leaps and bounces onto the Nintendo Switch. Developer Retro Studios brings the Donkey Kong adventure platform scrolling game...

Grip Combat Racing Review In Progress

GRIP Combat Racing is a high octane-fueled arcade racer with split screen 2 player and multiple online modes. Whilst this game is heavily inspired by the 90's title Rollcage there is plenty to enjoy...

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition review

Hyrule Warriors: Definitive Edition smashes its way onto the Nintendo Switch in a shower of rupees and broken clay pots. Published by Nintendo and developed by KOEI TECMO GAMES CO this popular sword slashing, horde fighting Dynasty Warriors...

Kero Blaster Review (Switch)

Kero Blaster is an 8-bit graphics Contra style game. It features horizontal scrolling platform shooting with a frog. First appearing in 2014 on the PC, Kero Blaster makes its way to the Nintendo Switch. Brought...
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