News LadiesGamers week 11

Come on in my friend, and get yourself a nice cup of coffee or tea! Time to look back and wrap up of everything that happened on the site this past week, running from March 11th until March 17th of 2019.

The weekly news highlights what happened on LadiesGamers.com this past week. If you are pressed for time during the week (aren’t we all, these days? 🙄you will find everything you need to know in this weekly wrap up!

This past week’s reviews:

Five reviews were published this week:

REVIEW: Claybook (Nintendo Switch)

Tumble into a whimsical world of clay and roll, carve and puzzle your way through a host of levels that test your skills

Claybook

My Memory of Us Review (Switch)

My Memory of Us is a compelling game, with an emotive story, and excellent narration from none other than Sir Patrick Stewart, aka Captain Picard.

Review: Samsara: Deluxe Edition

Samsara deLuxe is a puzzle game that Brandi found enjoyable at first, with fun and challenging puzzles. After playing on, she’s not so sure.

REVIEW: Bonds Of The Skies (Nintendo Switch)

 Bonds of the Skies is a typical RPG in a fantasy setting with characters and a story that doesn”t attempt to reinvent the wheel. Seems that’s all it needs.

Review RemiLore Lost (Switch) Girl in the Land of Lore

RemiLore is an RPG on the Switch that has a good combat system, tight controls and various game modes. Including 2 player co-op. ChamZen checked it out.

Featured Series/ Editorials

Indie competition

First of all, a little competition has gone up on LadiesGamers. Want a chance to win $10 eShop credit? Check out what you have to do to enter here:

Time for a little competition

One year at LadiesGamers

This week, it was the one year anniversary of writing at our website for Paige. She takes a look back at the moments that stood out to her.

A year of game writing

YvoCaro Plays

In the series YvoCaro Plays (find my unedited gaming thoughts here) I tend to ramble on about my gaming adventures. And sometimes these thoughts lead to something altogether different. This week I talk about Japanese eShop gaming that have an English setting. And I’m wondering how it is that differences in release dates over the different regions seem a thing of the past.

Check it out: YvoCaro Plays: Japanese games in 英語 and game releases world-wide

In other news:

I’m going to let you go with a last snippet of news. Have a very happy gaming week!

Trüberbrook: want to go on an adventure in a parallel world in 1967?

SciFi adventure game Trüberbrook is coming to the Switch: with a very mysterious story and beautiful handmade environments. Can’t wait to give it a try!

2 comments

  1. Whenever I hear about Claybook, I can’t help but reminisce the satisfaction there is in shaping a clay into something.

    I can’t believe Second Order’s clay-inspired puzzle game made that satisfying feeling a thing.

    This is another brilliant original.

    Its solid physics and graphics is really nice as well.

    It was definitely a pleasure to try out Claybook on the Switch.

    Thanks for reminding of this one.

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