Among Us Review – An InnerSloth Gem

Among Us for the Nintendo Switch Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes If you’re looking for a quick action multiplayer game that you can play with your friends, either locally or online, I may have the game for you. Despite coming out over two years ago, in June 2018, Among Us has found sudden and extreme popularity recently, thanks to YouTube streamers, who have picked up the …

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Is Nintendo’s “Online Service” Really Even Worth It?

Nintendo Switch Online Logo

Reading Time: 5 minutes In a digital world like ours, it’s really no surprise that we’ve found all sorts of ways to be social online. What once required an adapter or hub, is now an integrated, if not the entire purpose behind all modern-day gaming systems, from console to PC. The PC offers most mass multiplayer games that are …

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Start Here! MS Flight Simulator First Impressions

Reading Time: 7 minutes Microsoft’s Flight Simulator “landed” today for the PC in the Microsoft Store or Steam Store for purchase, or as an included title (Standard Edition) with a GamePass for PC (beta) subscription. The release of the venerated title has been anticipated for months. I have been excited to see news of the title coming out over …

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An Incredible Set, LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)

LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System

Reading Time: 5 minutes When LEGO first announced the LEGO Nintendo Entertainment System I could not wait another day to get my hands on it.  As an avid fan of the original “Nintendo”, the Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) has a special place in my heart.  This console is what got me into console gaming way back in 1986.  The …

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Paper Mario: The Origami King Review, Do We Still Like it?

Paper Mario: The Origami King

Reading Time: 5 minutes I’ve been putting off writing this Paper Mario: The Origami King review for some time because I really wanted to like this game. There was one element in particular that drove me crazy and hoped it would get better but it didn’t. I was quite happy in the beginning as you can see in our …

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Grounded : First Impressions

Reading Time: 5 minutes Grounded – the single/multiplayer survival game from Obsidian Games, came available on Xbox and PC on Tuesday, thanks to a pre-release of the game. We talked about this title last week, as it was presented as part of the Xbox Game Showcase 2020, and are getting a much more in-depth look at the game this …

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Retro Review: LIMBO Review – All Platforms

Reading Time: 4 minutes Originally posted on July 28th, 2010 on our older site http://www.world-gaming.com. To celebrate LIMBO’s 10 year anniversary, we thought it would be nice to revive this review. LIMBO still is an incredible game and is available on a variety of devices like Xbox, PlayStation, iOS and Android devices. Absolutely worth checking out this 2D platformer. …

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Paper Mario: The Origami King First Impressions

Reading Time: 2 minutes Paper Mario: The Origami King is now available for the Nintendo Switch. You can read our announcement that includes some screenshots and the trailer here. After spending quite a few hours playing, I got a decent feel for the game. While I am in no way ready to give a full review of the title, …

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Nintendo Switch NES Controllers “Review” (Updated)

Reading Time: 3 minutes Many of us remember opening the Nintendo Entertainment System, loading Super Mario Bros and hearing that iconic theme song for the very first time. Little did we know, this would be the beginning for of an age for gamers. Fortunately there are many different ways to play these old school school games, some officially sanctioned; …

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AMD Adrenalin 2020 Software, I hate it and So Should You

AMD Radeon Adrenalin 2020

Reading Time: 3 minutes Ask anyone that knows my tendencies in PC builds (which really isn’t that many people) and they will tell you: I like AMD. I’ve been into system building for my entire adult life (ahem.. thats ehhh 20+ years), and all throughout, I’ve mostly gone for AMD stuff. I’ve owned AMD processors repeatedly and a majority …

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