Brilliantly offbeat, technically sound and aurally pleasing, The Vasara Collection will intrigue and delight new and old shmup fans alike.
Author: Elliott Osange
An engaging and edgy rhythm fighter, TERRORHYTHM delivers plenty of great ideas, but slips in actual performance on the Switch.
Omega Labyrinth Life has a great balance between dungeon crawling and garden maintenance, and more sexual implications than the Spice Channel.
A gorgeous, functional and comfortable case with minimal drawbacks that could be personal at best, the GripCase is going to be the best bang for your buck.
A fantastic story and enthralling combat that is totally waylaid by an ugly and muddled handheld experience.
A Doom game that’s less like a Doom game than others, but still a Doom game at the core. Did that make sense?
A cute and simple Pac-Man clone that invites friends and foes alike to collect coins, avoid traps and try to find the fabled Golden Duck.
Boring, meandering, mechanically frustrating and without satisfaction, Watermelon Party is one of the worst Switch titles I’ve played in years.
Rescue your mom from the king by any means necessary in this procedurally generated, fantasy style hack-n-slash that really appeals to anyone with a Switch.
DOOM II is one of the best fragging adventures of all time, bar none.