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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between June 21st and June 27th.

Monday, June 22nd

  • Sword and Sandals: Sparticus- Switch

Tuesday, June 23rd

  • Assetto Corsa Competizione- PS4, Xbox One
  • Conjurer Andy’s Repeatable Dungeon- Switch
  • Little Town Hero- PS4
  • Pokémon Café Mix- Switch, IOS, Android
  • Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom Rehydrated- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Star Wars Episode 1 Racer- PS4, Switch

Wednesday, June 24th

  • AntVentor- Switch
  • Ninjala- Switch

Thursday, June 25th

  • Brigandine: The Legend of Runersia- Switch
  • Dungeons 3: Complete Collection- PS4, Xbox One
  • Grimshade- Switch
  • Mideon Tower- Switch
  • Mr. Driller: Drill Land- Switch
  • Pachi Pachi On a Roll- Switch
  • Ploid Saga- Switch
  • Poopdie: Chapter 1- Switch
  • The Almost Gone- Switch
  • The Forgotten Land- Switch
  • The Messenger- Xbox One
  • Towaga: Among Shadows- Switch
  • Tower of Time- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Truck and Logistics Simulator- Switch
  • Unitied- Switch
  • Urban Trial Tricky- Switch
  • Yes, Your Grace- Xbox One, Switch

Friday, June 26th

  • A Summer with the Shiba Inu- PS4, Switch
  • Sudoky- Switch
  • Urban Flow- Switch

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea? Now you can relive arguably the best game with Spongebob Squarepants on the cover! This is a remaster of the original game that came out on Playstation 2, Gamecube, and Xbox. You get to play as Spongebob and his friends, Patrick and Sandy as they try to rescue Bikini Bottom from the evil Plankton. This game comes from an era where 3D platformers were very popular and it does not disappoint! If this game does not interest you, I would also suggest to pick up The Messenger on Xbox One (or any other platform of your choosing).


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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between June 14th and June 20th.

Tuesday, June 16th

  • Colt Canyon- Xbox One
  • Disintegration- PS4, Xbox One

Wednesday, June 17th

  • Edna & Harvey: The Breakout Anniversary Edition- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Timberman VS- Xbox One

Thursday, June 18th

  • Aery: Little Bird Adventure- Switch
  • Best Friend Forever- Switch
  • Destrobots- Switch
  • Endless Fables: Dark Moor- Switch
  • Hakoniwa Explorer Plus- Switch
  • Klaus- Switch
  • My Butler- Switch
  • Namco Museum Archives Vol. 1- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Namco Museum Archives Vol. 2- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • One Way Heroics Plus- Switch
  • Polandball: Can Into Space- Switch
  • Push the Crate 2- Switch
  • Waking- Xbox One
  • Working Zombies- Switch

Friday, June 19th

  • Burnout Paradise Remastered- Switch
  • Radio Squid- Switch
  • Railway 2: Nintendo Switch Edition- Switch
  • The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters- PS4, Switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • The Last of Us Part II- PS4 (Friday, June 19th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

My pick for this week goes to the 1st part of Namco’s Museum Archives. To be truthful, you could go with either and have a good time. Each pack contains 10 games. I went with the first one because it contains Galaxian, Pac-Man, Xevious, Mappy, Dig Dug, The Tower of Druaga, Sky Kid, Dragon Buster, Dragon Spirit: The New Legend, Splatterhouse: Wanpuku Graffiti, and Pac-Man Championship Edition. These 10 games for $20 is a great deal and any arcade fan from the eighties will have a blast with this collection.


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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between June 7th and June 13th.

Tuesday, June 9th

  • 1971 Project Helios- Xbox One, Switch
  • Jump King- Xbox One, Switch

Wednesday, June 10th

  • Demon’s Tier+- Xbox One, Switch

Thursday, June 11th

  • Beyond Blue- PS4, Xbox One
  • Evan’s Remains- Xbox One, Switch

Friday, June 12th

  • Dots 8- Switch
  • Goosebumps Dead of Night- Xbox One
  • Pew Paw- Switch
  • Rogue Robots- Switch
  • Super Toy Cars 2- Switch
  • Warborn- Xbox One, Switch

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

That’s right! I’m finally picking a game that is not coming out for Nintendo Switch! Beyond Blue looks to be a serene game that takes place in the ocean. It describes itself as single-player narrative adventure. You are a scuba diver exploring the depths of the ocean. As a researcher, it is your job to discover what the ocean has in store and the mysteries of its wildlife.

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between May 31st and June 6th.

Monday, June 1

  • Do Not Feed the Monkeys- Switch

Wednesday, June 3

  • Awesome Pea 2- Xbox One, Switch
  • Depth of Extinction- Xbox One, Switch

Thursday, June 4

  • The TakeOver- Switch
  • Tour de France 2020- PS4, Xbox One

Friday, June 5

  • Bridge Strike- Switch
  • Clubhouse Games: 51 Worldwide Classics- Switch
  • Cyber Protocol- Xbox One
  • Knight Squad- Switch
  • Outbuddies DX- Xbox One, Switch
  • Pinball Lockdown- Switch
  • Rigid Force Redux- Xbox One, Switch
  • Strawberry Vinegar- Switch
  • The Sims 4: Eco Lifestyle DLC- PS4, Xbox One
  • They Came From the Sky- Switch
  • We Were Here Together- Xbox One

Saturday, June 6

  • Potata: Fairy Flower- Switch
  • Super Holobunnies: Pause Café- Switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • The Outer Worlds- Switch (Friday, June 5)

Jeff’s Pick of the week

My pick this week goes to Clubhouse Games coming out for the Nintendo Switch. Clubhouse Games combines the best parts of the original Clubhouse Games with Wii Sports and Wii Play. You can play board games such as backgammon, go, and chess or you can try your hand at toy soccer, toy baseball or toy boxing. An Easter Egg to look for is that the golf course in the golf game is the same course from Golf back on the original Nintendo Entertainment System. This also happens to be the same course used in Wii Sports.


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It is no surprise that Nintendo has been very successful with its handheld and console hybrid, the Nintendo Switch. In 3 years, the Nintendo Switch has sold almost sixty million units. That puts it as Nintendo’s 7th best-selling console and 3rd best-selling home console when handhelds are taken out of the equation. With the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X come out at the end of this year, people are wondering where that leaves the Nintendo Switch. Will it be left in the dust of these better performing, higher operating systems? Or, will it continue to be the juggernaut that it is. Even though we are quite a few years away from the next Nintendo console being released, here are some ideas I want Nintendo to consider for the Switch or whatever the next console will be.

1. It Still Needs to be a Hybrid Between Handheld and Console

            One of the biggest selling points of the Nintendo Switch is that it can be played on a television like any other console, or you can play it as a handheld system. I believe that whatever system Nintendo comes up with in the future must still have this feature. Nintendo’s next console will not be as successful without this feature. I also do not think it will be called the Switch 2. Nintendo has a habit of giving their consoles unique names. The one time they tried to keep the same naming convention for a console (Wii U) it was a complete failure and is the lowest selling Nintendo console of all time.  If Nintendo’s next console does not “switch” between handheld and television play, it will be a huge step back for Nintendo.

2. Better Online Infrastructure

            It is no surprise that Nintendo’s online infrastructure is severely lacking. In even some of the simplest games that do not require a lot of extensive action, Nintendo games will still stutter along and dip in framerates. It does not bode well when EVO, one of the largest game tournaments in the world, cancelled the Super Smash Brothers Ultimate tournament because it could not reliably run on Nintendo’s online system. If Nintendo wants to compete against these more powerful systems, it needs to be able to take its games online with better quality and not have all of these hurdles that need to be jumped over. The next Nintendo console needs to allow headset to be used through the controller so that you can talk to your friends while you are playing. It should not require the use of a separate app as a means to talk to each other while playing a game.

            Nintendo also needs to not have as many restrictions on their online play. Allow more than one island in Animal Crossing or allow my friends to be able to send more than 3 gifts to me during a day. Also, if my friends and I want to play some Super Smash Brothers online, allow us to put in a couple of computers so we can have a full four-person game going. It was really surprising when Super Mario Maker 2 came out and Nintendo’s original plan involved not being able to play online with your friends. I also do not understand why we still cannot play games like New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe online and can only play them locally.

3. Bring Back the Virtual Console

            When the virtual console debuted with the Nintendo Wii, it was a gamechanger for Nintendo consoles at the time. Finally, we would get the chance to play these legacy titles without having to hook up an older system. They were also fairly inexpensive to buy through the Wii’s online store. Most first party games were released through this system and even involved other systems such as the Sega Genesis, Turbografx 16, and Commodore 64. They then proceeded to release the virtual console on Nintendo 3DS and Wii U. For some reason, this all stopped with the Nintendo Switch. They do have the NES and SNES Online, but you must have Nintendo Switch Online in order to play these games. You must also be able to connect to an internet connection every 7 days to continue to use them. The virtual console would give Nintendo the chance to sell the games separately without an online subscription. This would be hard to implement on the Switch currently because a lot of companies went and made their own collections of their games.

4. Achievement/Trophy System

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            It still amazes me that Nintendo has not implemented an achievement or trophy system into any of their consoles. Xbox, PlayStation, and Steam all of trophies or achievements built into their games and I believe that adds a lot of replay value. Most first party Nintendo games will have some sort of achievements already inserted into the game, so why not just add the format into the system as the whole. If a game is a multiplatform game, they already have to come up with trophies and achievements for the other systems and Nintendo already implements them into most of their games, it would not take a lot of work to add them in to whatever Nintendo is planning to do next. I am a huge fan of achievements in games. Whenever the sound or graphic goes across the screen, it gives me the feeling that I accomplished something, and I have to immediately go and check what I achieved.

5. More Perks for Their Online Service

This reasoning coincides perfectly with a better online infrastructure. Currently, you pay $20 to be able to utilize the Nintendo Switch online and their library of NES and SNES games, but it could be so much more. I would love for Nintendo to allow a free game every month like PS Plus or Xbox Games with Gold. The NES and SNES games are great, but I think it overwhelms people when they see how many games there are. If they could tie this in with a possible virtual console so that the developers and publishers get some amount of compensation, it could be a huge success. I doubt that we would ever see Chrono Trigger or Final Fantasy VI on their library of NES and SNES online games. Square Enix may find it more enticing to allow people who join for that month to be able to play the game that is being given away. If Nintendo took the same approach as PlayStation and Xbox, they could easily charge $60 like their competitors. The only problem would be improving their online and adding these perks.

These are just a few of the perks I would like to see added to Nintendo’s next system or even implemented into the Switch’s future. I do not think the Nintendo Switch will struggle with the competition coming out with their more powerful machines. It will continue to be successful due to its portability and unique characters that only Nintendo can bring.


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On the EFG Show (our weekly family gaming talk show on Facebook), Stephen and Jeff are ranking every NES and SNES game available on the Nintendo Switch Online service. They will play a new game each week, talk about it during the show, and determine its place in the overall ranking live!. Join us at 9:00 EST on Engaged Family Gaming’s Facebook page every week to see where your favorite game will end up!

1. Ninja Gaiden

In Ninja Gaiden, you are playing as Ryu Hayabusa through 6 stages and 20 levels as he seeks revenge for the death of his father. At the end of each of stage you will also fight a boss which has a life bar. This game is hard and very unforgiving! You are constantly dodging enemies on the ground and in the air and have to look out for projectiles as well. Ryu can jump and cling to walls to jump to a higher level. When an enemy hits you, there is knockback, which can be frustrating. Ninja Gaiden falls into the realm of NES Hard games, but is beatable if you take the time to practice.

2. Wild Guns

You choose either Clint or Annie to go on a shooting spree against cowboys and robots. Traverse through six different levels with bosses after every pair of levels. Wild Guns plays a lot like an arcade shooter. The controls can be a bit confusing because you cannot control where your gun is shooting and move at the same time. Like any arcade shooter, the point is to try and get as high of a score as possible.

3. City Connection

City Connection is based off of an arcade game by Jaleco that came out in 1985. In the game you control Clarice in a Honda City Hatchback as she travels the world to look for a boyfriend. Your job is to drive over sections of the road from the 12 stages and change the color of the road. While you are driving, you need to avoid the police cars and cats that show up in the road. There are 12 stages, but I could not get past stage 1! This game is difficult! You can make your car jump over gaps in the road, but I could not determine if you could jump from a lower part of the stage to a higher part.

4. Eliminator Boat Duel

In Eliminator Boat Duel, you are controlling the red boat as you race against the green boat. It’s that simple. When you first start the game up you can choose from three different difficulty levels. Each difficulty level pits you against a different racer. Easy mode puts you against Seasick Sidney, normal against Aquarius Rex, and hard against Surfer Bob. Between each set of races you win money that you can use to upgrade your boat. There are supposedly other racers past the original three, but I could not get that far! It’s pretty tough. If you lose three times it is game over so you have to learn quickly! Eliminator boat Duel had the honor of being the first game that Stephen and Jeff played so it will forever be the first number 1 game on the list even though it will likely fall down in the rankings.

5. Pro Wrestling


In Pro Wrestling you choose one of six different professional wrestlers (Fighter Hayabusa, Giant Panther, Kin Corn Karn, King Slender, Starman, and The Amazon). Pro Wrestling was part of the black box group of games as part of the sports series. It does not age well! The moves were hard to pull off and winning a match seemed to be more luck than skill. Both Stephen and Jeff remember playing this game when they were younger and both agreed that it did not age well.

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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between May 24th and May 30th.

Tuesday, May 26th

  • Minecraft Dungeons- PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Wednesday, May 27th

  • Ailment- Switch
  • Missile Command: Recharged- Switch
  • Ninjala- Switch

Thursday, May 28th

  • Atomicrops- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Fly Punch Boom!- Switch
  • Game Tengoku CruisinMix Special- Switch
  • Hill Climbing Mania- Switch
  • Resolutiion- Switch
  • Sega Ages: Thunder Force AC- Switch
  • Shantae and the Seven Sirens- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Synaptic Drive- Switch
  • Turmoil- Switch

Friday, May 29th

  • Adam’s Venture: Origins- Switch
  • Bug Fables: The Everlasting Sapling- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Flux8- Switch
  • Genetic Disaster- Xbox One, Switch
  • Georifters- Xbox One
  • WildTrax Racing- Switch
  • XCOM 2 Collection- Switch
  • Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition- Switch

Saturday, May 30th

  • #womenUp, Super Puzzles Dream- Switch

For the Grown-Ups

  • Mortal Kombat 11: Aftermath Kollection- PS4, Xbox One, Switch (Tuesday, May 26th)
  • Bioshock: The Collection- Switch (Friday, May 29th)
  • Borderlands Legendary Collection- Switch (Friday, May 29th)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

This week is the week of remasters and remakes with Borderlands and Bioshock coming to the Switch for adults. You also have the T rated XCOM 2 collection coming to the Switch. My most anticipated remake coming out this week is Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition. I never played the original release on the Wii and have only played the New 3DS version for the first few hours. I am super excited to give this game another chance. The upgraded visual look and the additional story elements will make this a great RPG to spend playing during the month of June.


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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between May 17th and May 23rd.

Tuesday, May 19th

  • Golf With Your Friends- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • The Wonderful 101 Remastered- PS4, Switch

Wednesday, May 20th

  • Cannibal Cuisine- Switch

Thursday, May 21st

  • Aqua Lungers- Switch
  • Arrest of a Stone Buddha- Switch
  • Fluxteria- Switch
  • Lost Artifacts: Time Machine- Switch
  • Pushy and Pully in Blockland- Switch
  • Red Wings: Aces of the Sky- Switch
  • What the Golf?- Switch

Friday, May 22nd

  • Animal Up!- Switch
  • Concept Destruction- Switch
  • Sokobunny- Xbox One
  • Sword Art Online Alicization Lycoris Month 1 Edition- Xbox One

For the Grown-Ups

  • Wasteland 3- PS4, Xbox One (Tuesday, May 19th)
  • Maneater- PS4, Xbox One, Switch (Friday, May 22nd)
  • Saints Row: The Third Remastered- PS4, Xbox One (Friday, May 22nd)

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

My pick of the week goes to the remaster of The Wonderful 101. This game was originally released in August of 2013 on the Wii U. Since the Wii U only sold 14 million units, the developers, Platinum Games, put out a Kickstarter earlier this year and the goal was funded in under 24 hours. If you are fans of physical games, you are going to have to wait. Due to the current state of the world, the physical versions of the game were delayed to June 30. But you can still get your hands on a digital copy if you have no preference.


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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between May 10th and May 16th.

Tuesday, May 12th

  • Huntdown- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Jet Lancer- Switch
  • Star Wars Episode 1: Racer- PS4, Switch
  • Tabletop Racing: World Tour Nitro Edition- Switch

Wednesday, May 13th

  • Deep Rock Galactic: Game Preview- Xbox One
  • Island Saver- PS4, Switch
  • Potata: Fairy Flower- PS4, Xbox One
  • Super Mega Baseball 3- PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Thursday, May 14th

  • Armed 7 DX- Switch
  • Carnage: Battle Arena- Switch
  • Cooking Simulator- Switch
  • Kholat- Switch
  • Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee- Switch
  • Satazius Next- Switch
  • TT Isle of Man: Ride on the Edge 2- Switch
  • Wolflame- Switch
  • Zenge- Switch

Friday, May 15th

  • Dungeon of the Endless- PS4, Switch
  • Emma: Lost in Memories- PS4, Switch
  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix- Switch
  • Kakuro Magic- Switch
  • The Eternal Castle: Remastered- Switch
  • Thy Sword- PS4, Switch

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

My pick of the week goes to Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee on the Nintendo Switch. This is a remake of the game that came out on the original Xbox in 2001. You will guide Munch in his quest to rescue other creatures that are being used as test subjects. It is up to Munch and Abe to save Munch’s species from extinction and to help Abe rescue his Mudokan buddies. Will Munch and Abe be able to save themselves? Play Oddworld: Munch’s Oddysee to find out!


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Here are all the video game releases rated E-T by the ESRB that are releasing between May 3rd and May 9th.

Tuesday, May 5th:

  • Pushy and Pully in Blockland- Xbox One
  • Tonight We Riot- Switch

Wednesday, May 6th:

  • Zombies Ruined My Day- Xbox One

Thursday, May 7th:

  • 80’s Overdrive- Switch
  • Cloudbase Prime- Switch
  • Fledgling Heroes- Switch
  • Gerritory- Switch
  • Ghost Files: Memory of a Crime- Switch
  • Infinite: Beyond the Mind- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Jay and Silent Bob: Mall Brawl- Switch
  • Lonely Mountains: Downhill- Switch
  • Monochrome World- Switch
  • Relic Hunters Zero: Remix- Switch
  • Slayin 2- Switch
  • Spirit of the North- Switch
  • Tennis Club Story- Switch

Friday, May 8th:

  • Dark Burial- Switch
  • Feathery Ears- Switch
  • Fury Unleashed- PS4, Xbox One, Switch
  • Mecho Wars: Desert Ashes- Xbox One
  • Megabyte Punch- Switch
  • Sin Slayers: Enhanced Edition- Xbox One
  • SuperMash- PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Saturday, May 9th:

  • Highrise Heroes: Word Challenge- Switch

Jeff’s Pick of the Week

My pick of the week goes to SuperMash. This game was announced back in December during a Nindies World Showcase by Nintendo and I have been waiting patiently for it to be released. In SuperMash, you take two genres of games and combine them into a game that is generated by SuperMash. There are countless options of games to play. You can play a stealth JRPG, an action-adventure metroidvainia (called metrovania in the game). Or maybe you just want a simple platformer shooter. All of these can be created through the algorithms of the game. I cannot wait to see what games will be created! You can even share your game codes with a friend to try and beat!


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