An interesting experiment in form and execution that delivers forgettable dialogue, a decent soundtrack and some frustrating driving mechanics.
Author: Elliott Osange
This mythical tale of mysticism and adventure is tripped up by the one thing players can't control: load times.
A curious and expansive indie game that, while perhaps not for everyone, will captivate those looking for a long-term exploration.
A great metrovania title that, despite some questionable source material, delivers a solid experience for new and veteran players alike.
Time waits for no man, woman or child, but damn, time will straight up murder you through the wall if you're on the wrong team.
There's nothing odd about the appeal and execution of this charming (if older) physics puzzler that's finally come to the Switch.
A journey onto the Switch fraught not with peril or danger, but with poor controls and a pretty flat protagonist.
A solid, straightforward speedrunner with good ink and water mechanics, tight controls and a Dystopian story that'd make Huxley gasp.
Side effects include great enemy design, kickass combat and a goofy plotline that still makes it one of the better brawlers I've played.
An old game comes, a young console delivers, a fair trade for all as this dark sim comes to the Switch.