Simply put, one of the most bizarre, unsettling, and fascinating titles that I’ve ever played on the Switch.
Author: Elliott Osange
The Nintendo Switch can never have too many tales of revenge and murder, and Aragami is an excellent example of good techniques put into solid practice.
A short, somewhat sweet shooter that delivers on graphics and ideology, but not so much on replay or excitement.
A gorgeous, captivating fighting game that was an unbelievable nightmare to figure out how to play.
A fantastic puzzle game that incorporates the flair and excitement of skateboarding with some serious, tight-as-a-drum coordination.
Because what better title is there to release on Valentine’s Day?
A mediocre Keen game is still a Keen game, and fans of the heyday of shareware might find interest in this mostly-forgotten title.
Without question, Deemo is the best damn musical game that I've played for the Switch to date, and I am concerned it won't be topped, like, ever.
Truly a strange but wonderful experience, I don't think I've ever played a fighting game where I needed to read this much in my life.
A modern fairytale that speaks volumes through this medium, capturing both memorable characters and a unique, whimsical world.