We Review Kirby Star Allies!

PODCAST | A Kirby Star Allies review, Shadow of the Tomb Raider leaks, and more.

The USgamer Podcast is our weekly flagship podcast that is updated every Wednesday. You can find the previous episodes here.

The next big Switch game is almosth here! Okay, it's a Kirby game. But still, it looks pretty good! Mike and Nadia share their thoughts (download link here!)!

But wait, there's more! Shadow of the Tomb Raider just can't stop leaking, Sega Genesis Collection is coming PS4 and Xbox One (but not Switch), and Monster Hunter World is getting some pretty nice updates. We discuss all this and more in the latest episode of our flagship podcast!

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Show Description

Mike and Nadia team up to review Kirby Star Allies, the newest entry on the Nintendo Switch [46:58]. Plus: Shadow of the Tomb Raider is leaking all over the place [23:44], Monster Hunter World is getting a meaty update [12:41], the Sega Genesis Classics Collection is accidentally announced, but not for Switch... doh. [6:39]

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