Behold, the very essence of madness, distilled to a game and finally available on the Nintendo Switch.
Author: Elliott Osange
A decent, if targeted, brawler that could be the treasured gem of some child’s Switch collection, just not mine.
Get ready to crash into walls, miss the ball and spam dialogue until it gets disabled, now in portable mode!
Not knowing enough about this show to make a clever tag line is painful, but the action and voice acting is pretty decent.
Simple is sometimes best, but that doesn't mean it's as enjoyable as it could be.
A whimsical adventure driven by humor, relatibility and just enough snark to keep it interesting.
A normal, everyday guy finally wiggles his way onto the Nintendo Switch.
Ubisoft's port is the number one version of this worldwide card game.
Despite some great intentions and Miyazaki inspirations, Maria the Witch fails to evoke any prolonged sense of wonder.
A delightfully simple roguelike platformer which promises death, delivers, and manages to keep you coming back for more.