Deponia Doomsday, The Book of Unwritten Tales 2, and The Raven Remastered rated for Switch in Brazil

So we have new leaks for Switch games from a familiar source; the Brazilian rating board! All three games titled are from THQ Nordic once again. Let’s go over the findings. Click the pics below to view their full sizes.

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Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy (Switch) Review

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Title: Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Developer: Vicarious Visions/Toys For Bob (Switch version)
Publisher: Activision
Release Date: June 29th, 2018 (NA)

Review copy provided by Activision

It finally happened. The first three original Crash games created by Naughty Dog that Sony-published on the original PlayStation (or simply PS1) have finally landed on a Nintendo platform. Releasing last year on the PS4 in a 3-in-1 trilogy pack, all three said games got full-fledged remakes by Vicarious Visions. So how do all three games fare on Switch? Let’s find out!

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Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded (Switch) Review

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Title: Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded
Platform: Nintendo Switch
Developer: Aqua Style
Publisher: Nippon Ichi Software America/Unties (Japan)
Release Date: July 17th, 2018 (NA)

Review copy provided by Nippon Ichi Software America

This is a classic rogue-like dungeon crawler RPG. This is part of a franchise that already showed up on Switch before in Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle, but that was more of an action arena fighting game. So how is this game? Let’s find out!

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Dragon Ball GT Final Bout (PS1) Review (via Wayback Machine)

Didn’t expect this did ya? Here’s a very special gift from the depths of Wayback Machine; my first EVER review! Written wayback on July 26th, 2005 at IGN’s Reader Reviews section!

The site’s changed a billion times over the last decade plus and the section no longer exists natively. Thanks to Wayback Machine, I was able to dig it up, and screen-cap it in its original glory, typos and all!

I was 16 at the time and at my peak Budokai craze so I was VERY easy on the game despite its obvious poor quality (bar the music, that’s ABSOLUTELY amazing!). So with that, click on and have a look at the image with its Wayback Machine link at the end. Click the image to load it in a new window/tab for the full size!

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