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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.

Yoshi’s Woolly World Review

Yoshi and his adventures have been a divisive issue in Nintendo's catalogue ever since Yoshi's Story. Some argue that the games have become the casual gamer's Super Mario titles, whilst others believe Yoshi is...

Never Alone Fox Tales DLC Review

After playing and reviewing Never Alone I was instantly pleased to be getting straight to work on our Never Alone Fox Tales DLC Review, for you indie games fans out there, but also on a selfish...

Chariot Review

Your Chariot Awaits... as does our Chariot Review here on MGL. The king is dead, the kingdom mourns, you and your friend are tasked with putting the king to rest, once a resting place...
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Mortal Kombat 11 Review

What a classic, sorry "klassic", game series Mortal Kombat is. As someone old enough to have played the original when it released, I have an affection for the game. My Mortal Kombat...

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...

Never Alone Review

I’ve been enjoying some very entertaining and well-crafted 2D games of late and here is one more in this Never Alone Review. Never Alone is an interesting platformer that recently had some new DLC coming...

Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition Review

This is my definitive write-up of Tales of Vesperia Definitive Edition review. But, perhaps "definitive" means something different to the Tales team. You see, I myself feel that "definitive" is the final...

Warriors Orochi 4 Review

A back-to-basics approach is taken with the latest Koei Tecmo offering, as we'll detail in this Warriors Orochi 4 Review. Developer Omega Force had a rough time in early 2018 with the poorly-received "open-world"...

Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon Review

In Bioshock, there's always a lighthouse. For Koei Tecmo's "Nights of Azure", there's always a lesbian hotel. Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New Moon takes that concept to a new, unnecessary height....

Red Game Without a Great Name Review

iFun4all brings another indie title to the Nintendo Switch. To see if this one is a good fit for you, here I am with this Red Game Without a Great Name review. Not only...