Reventure reminds us that even the best meaning heroes can actually be way off base, and the results are chaotic, hilarious and, above all, fun to experience.
Author: Elliott Osange
A delightful little adventure, Yu-No is back in an 8-bit scroller that has a surprising amount of depth, replay, and genuinely interesting gameplay at work.
A confusing and verbose game, YU-NO still can spellbind the right player, and it’s a fascinating piece that shows how one game can turn a genre on its head.
Valfaris crashlands onto the Switch, bringing the same amazing soundtrack of its predecessor and bringing better gameplay, better atmosphere, and more carnage.
In spite of some promising ideas and darkly humorous events, Community Inc. fails to deliver on time, owing to poor controls, bad NRG and murky graphics.
Fight'N Rage took my expectations and shattered them with a well timed blow to the solar plexus, leaving me out of breath and hungry for more.
One of the best multiplayer games in recent memory, Invisigun Reloaded brings so much more than just a gimmick to this online and offline competition.
The stunningly beautiful, impossibly difficult and timelessly endearing tale finally leaps off the XBox to come and nestle, safely, in the arms of the Switch.
Turn the real world upside down and tear into the subconscious of the innocent and guilty alike in this spellbinding investigation visual novel.
The real paradox is how a game can exist in my life for two hours and yet leave no trace whatsoever when it's gone.