What can only be described as the best example of showcasing depression and suicidal thought in a game.
Author: Elliott Osange
Well meaning and with a lot of potential, 198X is just on the cusp of greatness, but needs to finish the story before expecting everyone to jump on board.
A decent handheld experience for folks who are positively thirsty for turn based strategy combat but not looking for much else.
The Switch port of this white knuckle competitive runner looks great, but hiccups and face plants at all the wrong times.
Well, that’s one way to rekindle Japan’s love of trains.
An interesting and cute visual novel that delves into the idea of love blooming in a hospital, but don’t be fooled: some truly complex & dark twists lie ahead.
The fascination and attraction of the nurses who heal with medicine & spiritual energy continues, and players now can take bold, unsettling moves forward.
Never before has a game so fowl been so incredibly exciting.
A bland, confusing storyline combined with some exceptionally poor localization will beat down all the good voice acting in the world.
All of the Switch released Psikyo shooters come home to roost (with one additional guest!) giving convenience and variety to the fans of bullet hell games.