Author: Elliott Osange
Slugcat, slugcat, why is everyone eating you? Slugcat, slugcat, it's not your fault. Come and enjoy this beautifully brutal life, now on the Nintendo Switch.
The masked wrestling metrovania returns with more of the same from the original, which is music to this hombre’s ears.
Desert Child just screamed past the finish line to become one of my all time favorite indie games.
Better combat, proper time usage, a less annoying protagonist; Atelier Totori checks all the boxes needed to make the second game vastly better than the first.
Incredibly cute and endearing, Atelier Rorona uses some great character development and visual novel tricks to help distract from the stressful time mechanic.
The end of the Arland saga runs in circles, delivering more of the same from the previous titles but without anything to really get you excited.
Monster Boy rises from the ashes with this newest instalment on the Nintendo Switch, and it's so fun, so difficult, and so worth your time.
When a game seeks to change your perspective on life, it deserves a moment of attention, and Abzû only needs a couple hours to really show you.
Knights of Pen and Paper 2 rolls for initiative on the Nintendo Switch and drops a 19. Damn.