Random Encounters is back for more homeslices!
We start things off this week with Catlateral Damage, a game every bit as ridiculous as it sounds. Would you like to pretend to be a cat wrecking the house? How about being that same cat in VR? If so, this could be the game for you!
Up next is the latest update to Pokemon Go. With the Johto Pokemon included in the latest update, is it worth going back to for more running around in the streets catching some imaginary monsters? Well, that largely depends on your climate and your patience.
Finally, with the launch of the Nintendo Switch right around the corner, we look at our final thoughts on the upcoming system, and go over the last bit of information that’s come out leading up to it. Is the Nintendo Switch the return to form that fans have been hoping for? Only time will tell.
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