A journey onto the Switch fraught not with peril or danger, but with poor controls and a pretty flat protagonist.
Wolfenstein: The New Colossus, is an exhilarating, if incomplete experience.
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.
Just as the Odyssey was a legendary epic, so, too, does Mario join the ranks in one of the greatest video game tales of all time.
A well done, retro endless runner that's a great mobile fit but won't do any favors to players looking for a contained gaming experience.
Another piece of gaming history that reminds us "nostalgic" and "retro" don't always mean "classic."
Far from being a superior technology, ROBO ARMY marches on to a short, mediocre end that might generate a little joy, but not a new fanbase.
The fourth Jackbox Party Pack brings old comforts and new ideas to the next installment of the franchise, and success is varied but still recognized.