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Hello dear readers, and welcome to the SwitchArcade Tour on September 20, 2022. In today’s article, we have a review of Clap Hanz’ Easy Come Easy Golf. There are a few new releases to check out, including a pair of visual novels from Idea Factory and a JRPG-style game on fire. Furthermore, we have the usual listings for new and outbound sales. Let’s go to it!

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Easy Come Easy Golf ($19.99)

Just to make it clear from the start, this is Apple Arcade Dog Hans Golf It was adapted to the Switch and given a new name. Twenty bucks frees you from the subscription model which means you’ve been basically renting the game at best, and that’s guaranteed whenever the day comes Hans dogs To leave the service, the game is still there in some form. Those who are in the know might realize it Hans dogs He is the spiritual successor to Sony Hot golf shotswhich the developer Hans dogs worked on Hot Shots Golf 3 onwards. The series created by Camelot, which also continued to work on Mario Golf Series from Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color onwards.

I didn’t hate Mario Golf: Super RushBut I can understand the people who weren’t happy about it. I appreciate that Camelot is tired of making the same old game every time and wants to try to mix things up. But I don’t think people are wrong in wanting to have Mario Golf Games will stick to what works. Well, if you want more or less golf Do Stick to what works, your day has arrived. Easy Come Easy Golf no specially the same like Hot golf shots. It has some grinding because of its origins as a mobile subscription-based game. She has two little tricks to distinguish herself. But the general structure and basic mechanics will be very familiar to fans Hot golf shotsthat’s a good thing.

The main trick in Easy Come Easy Golf It is to bring a team of golfers with you to each nine-hole course, each handling one hole. Each named golfer has his or her own stats and specialties, so there is an element of strategy in choosing which player is deployed to the venue. Said said golfers will level up as you use them, increasing their stats. You start with only four golfers, and filling in the rest of your team with no names will not level up at all.

As you play, you will unlock additional characters to fill your roster. Characters aren’t the only things to unlock either. Since this version of the game includes all the updates that have been delivered to the Apple Arcade game, there is a lot of content here. But you have to grind it, so be prepared for that. However, grinding in this context just means playing more rounds of golf, and I have to believe that’s what I got into this game anyway. Perhaps most importantly, none of the grinding is necessary. The game is happy enough to largely leave out the issue of the challenge in the single player versus the course rather than the CPU opponents. You can also enjoy local or online multiplayer, allowing up to four players to head to the links together and see who is better or luckier.

If you are satisfied with Hans dogs As a subscription game on Apple Arcade, you don’t have to worry too much Easy Come Easy Golf. It’s basically the same game. But if you want the game in a more permanent form, or you’re a fan of Switch-only golf and want something a little lighter without the modern goofy mess. Mario Golf, you’ll want to choose this game. It’s well made, rich in content, and fun in a comfort food way.

SwitchArcade Score: 4/5

New releases

Amnesia: Memories ($49.99)

You may remember this visual novel from its debut on iOS several years ago, or perhaps from the incarnation of PlayStation Vita or Steam. You play as a woman who suffers from an unusual case of amnesia and you end up hooking up with some very unique men. There are multiple paths to play, each with multiple endings, and one additional path that leads to the real ending once you’ve finished them all. It’s a very substantial story, so you get a lot for your money. There aren’t any major additions to this Nintendo Switch version, so if you’ve played it elsewhere, you won’t find anything new here.

Amnesia: Later x Crowd ($49.99)

Later o crowdOn the other hand, it may be new to most of you. This is a fandisk companion to the main game, introducing two games that we’ve never seen outside of Japan before. Memory loss: later It is, as you might guess, after the events of the main story. You can see some potential future outcomes, which is always fun. Amnesia: the crowd It has a what if story called Thrill, as well as a bunch of mini games and card games to play. I think Mikhail will be doing reviews of both for us sometime in the next week or so.

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Jack Move ($19.99)

This is a fast-paced, sci-fi JRPG, and it’s a fairly good game. You play as a vigilante hacker named Noa who is stuck in all kinds of trouble after her estranged father is kidnapped by members of a giant corporation. Battles are turn-based, and although Noa is the only member of your party, you can switch your devices mid-battle to change their abilities as needed. It’s relatively short where games of this type go, wrapping up its story in about twelve hours, but I’m totally fine with a game that chooses to trim all its fat and get to the point where jack move Much does.

sales

(North American online store, US prices)

A few things to note on today’s new sales list. Ioden’s History: Rising Few discounts. Not the greatest games, but not bad. Shantai: Half Genie Hero It was deducted, along with climax Version and downloadable content. Both The story of the seasons The games are for sale, in case you need more farming games. Not so much in the outgoing mail, but you should check it anyway. Nobody ever knows what they will find.

Select new games for sale

Ioden’s History: Rising ($11.99 from $14.99 through 9/24)
Pinball FX3 Bethesda DLC ($5.49 from $10.99 through 9/26)
Pinball FX3 Universal DLC ($4.99 from $9.99 to $9/26)
Shantai: Half Genie Hero ($9.99 from $19.99 through 9/26)
Shantai: HGH Ultimate ($14.99 from $29.99 through 9/26)
Shantae: HGH Pirate DLC Content ($4.99 from $9.99 to $9/26)
retro highway ($4.19 from $5.99 through 9/26)
Seasons Story: FoMT ($25.99 from $39.99 through 9/27)
Seasons Story: PoOT ($29.99 from $39.99 through 9/27)
Peak kingdom ($4.99 from $9.99 through 3/10)
Kingdom Rush Origins ($7.49 from $14.99 through 3/10)
Peak kingdom boundaries ($4.99 from $9.99 through 3/10)
SkateBIRD ($9.99 from $19.99 through 10/4)
loot hero DX ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
Tamiku ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)


Ultra Godness 2 ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
autumn trip ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
wild west crops ($3.49 from $4.99 through 10/10)
Flat Kingdom Paper Cut Copy ($5.59 from $7.99 through 10/10)
Taqoban ($3.49 from $4.99 through 10/10)
castle makers ($3.49 from $4.99 through 10/10)
royal boundaries ($4.89 from $6.99 through 10/10)
Cosmos Bit ($3.49 from $4.99 through 10/10)
The flower shop: Summer in Fairbrook ($6.99 from $9.99 through 10/10)
Ord. ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
How do you take off your mask ($5.99 from $14.99 through 10/10)
midnight birthday ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
language of love ($4.79 from $11.99 through 10/10)
Freddy’s Spaghetti ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)


trick dungeon ($2.39 from $7.99 through 10/10)
Cheat dungeon 2 ($2.39 from $7.99 through 10/10)
Cheat dungeon set ($5.19 from $12.99 through 10/10)
Limbo ($1.99 from $9.99 through 10/10)
inside ($1.99 from $19.99 through 10/10)
The legend of numbers ($2.00 from $2.99 ​​through 10/10)
Vera Blanc: Full Moon ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
Vera Blanc: Getty ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
Balancelot ($3.19 from $7.99 through 10/10)
up to the ocean ($5.99 from $14.99 through 10/10)
hero and garden ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
Micetopia ($1.99 from $4.99 through 10/10)
bao bao bao ($3.99 from $9.99 through 10/10)

Sales end tomorrow, Wednesday, September 21

Collateral damage ($7.49 from $14.99 through 21/9)
Chaos 1000 ($2.99 ​​from $9.99 through 9/21)
Chaos Evolution Beyond Xtreme ($2.99 ​​from $9.99 through 9/21)
First time in Paris ($6.99 from $9.99 through 9/21)
I love finding cats! ($2.99 ​​from $9.99 through 9/21)
I love finding puppies! ($2.99 ​​from $9.99 through 9/21)
Gem Match Solitaire Winterscapes ($2.99 ​​from $9.99 through 9/21)
Secrets of Light and Shadow ($12.75 from $15.00 through 9/21)
Super Shadow Break: Showdown! ($9.09 from $12.99 through 9/21)
Toddy and Tobdy ($9.99 from $19.99 through 21/9)

That’s it for today, friends. We’ll be back tomorrow with more new releases, more sales and maybe some news or a review. I’ll have a shot of a vaccine tomorrow, so I may end up motionless and have to skip a day though. Life is really a day-to-day puzzle. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have to finish my writing for Tokyo Game Show 2022. I wish you all a great Tuesday, and as always, thanks for reading!

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