Out There: Ω the Alliance brings the classic experience to the Switch with brand new content, button controls, and a new chance to die from lack of oxygen.
Author: Elliott Osange
Truberbrook has style, class and charm, and does a solid job of storytelling: however, some technical issues, combined with red herrings, may put players off.
Follow where your mind tells you to go and see what dreams may come. A Dark Room, finally on the Switch, with so many bells and whistles I may be here a while.
A rhythm game with story, diversity, and not just the same recycled K-Pop songs? It's more plausible than you'd think!
A simple take on the 2048 formula, the detailed tiles are a nice touch, but don't bring anything new to the table for this well trodden path.
The journey of a lifetime is full of wonder and sights, no words, and a surprisingly solid Switch port.
I truly cannot believe how much I enjoyed this game, and I say that with no sarcasm or irony whatsoever.
While the soundtrack is a bit too repetitive and the difficulty curve high, The Demon Crystal offers a satisfying and addicting level of retro goodness.
A game that's so joyful in presentation and concept but slightly painful in player execution, Galak-Z is sure to be treasured by long time fans.
The progressively punishing roguelike is back, with a new 3D approach to turn players on their heads; the excitement is palpable for new and old players alike.