Three strong games carry two averagely weak games, but that's also coming from someone who's here for laughs, not to build better connections with my friends.
Boring, meandering, mechanically frustrating and without satisfaction, Watermelon Party is one of the worst Switch titles I’ve played in years.
With punishing precision, fabulously fresh art style and the heaviest soundtrack this side of Naganuma, Lethal League Blaze sets it up and knocks it down solid.
A kite-flying game that soars to great heights, yet never tails off from having fun.
I can't tell if I should laugh or cry at the fact that this pile of unkept activities costs thirty dollars.
I don't know where the car went, and I frankly don't care: Mario Party gets back to its roots, and it's a wonderful feeling.
A cute little game, Flip Over Frog simply lacks the player base and wide appeal to help it gain any kind of foothold in the sprawling eShop market.
What happens when you mix ink with explosions? Obviously you get...... Inksplosion!
Despite the novelty of a T-Rex and a sloth battling over who can catch the most cannonballs, this oddball title is too repetitive and bland to be more than a curiosity, and certainly not a repeat experience.