Month: July 2019
Wolfenstein: Youngblood looks to shake up the formula by being the first game to offer co-op and moving the narrative about 20 years into the future, long after the events of The New Colossus.
Mighty Switch Force! Collection mixes old-school gaming and modern presentations to produce a series of games that you can't help but smile at as you play them.
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power will split the community, but in my opinion is the best of the series so far and an ideal entry point for new players.
A Doom game that’s less like a Doom game than others, but still a Doom game at the core. Did that make sense?
Rescue your mom from the king by any means necessary in this procedurally generated, fantasy style hack-n-slash that really appeals to anyone with a Switch.
A cute and simple Pac-Man clone that invites friends and foes alike to collect coins, avoid traps and try to find the fabled Golden Duck.
Boring, meandering, mechanically frustrating and without satisfaction, Watermelon Party is one of the worst Switch titles I’ve played in years.
Vektor Wars is the love-child of Star Wars Arcade, Battlezone and Robotron: 2084 and what a lovely bundle of joy it is too.
Super Mega Baseball 2: Ultimate Edition blends arcade and simulation to score a home run on the Nintendo Switch.