Creepy, suspenseful, and surprisingly slick, Count Lucanor is a grand tale for the Halloween season, though it may only be fun to hear the first time.
Month: October 2017
True to its roots RPG, which features just as many old school solutions, as it does imperfections.
Go Ninja, Go Ninja, Go!
Asymmetrical cover-based-melee-shooter? There's lots of stuff going on in Raiders Of The Broken Planet.
A decent title, even if it fails to fulfill its purpose in full.
Mix Braveheart with 300, add the backbone of Never Alone, sprinkle liberally with some of the best brawling on the Switch to date: you've got Wulverblade.
There's a fine line between challenging and frustrating and Cryptark crosses it a bt too frequently.
This endearing and thought provoking journey takes one far beyond what you'd expect from one small elephant.
An impressive and powerful shooter that does it's best to challenge and captivate the player time after time after time after time...
If you're looking for a scary Switch experience, answer the door, but don't expect the same feeling to come a calling twice.